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Hānī Labīb presents a history of the laws adopted by the church and the government to regulate Coptic marriage and divorce.
The author discusses the phenomenon of Coptic demonstrations in Egypt, and highlights their increasing prevalence. He touches on rumors of demonstrations being organized from within the church itself.
Bishop Bīshūy rejects the propositions of a group of laymen to change the list of regulations for electing the pope of the Coptic Orthodox Church. He also announced the Holy Synod’s approval of a new paper by the metropolitan of Jerusalem prohibiting Copts from traveling there.
Dr. Murād Wahbah writes about his personal experience in the dispute between late Pope Kyrillos VI and late Father Mattá al-Miskīn.
Sulaymān Shafīq presents a brief overview of the history of Waṭanī since its establishment in 1958 until now. He divides the developments of the 49-year old institution into four main phases.
The author talks about the strong relationship based on mutual respect between Pope Kyrillos VI and the late President Jamāl ‘Abd al-Nāṣir and how the latter assisted the pope in building St. Mark’s Cathedral in ‘Abbāsīyah.
The author presents an overview of the Egyptian presidents’ attitude about building churches. He also writes comments on the recently held reconciliation session following al-‘Ayyāṭ incidents.
al-Fajr publishes echoes of Muhammad al-Bāz’s article against Pope Shenouda. Coptic figures defend Pope Shenouda and refute al-Bāz’s arguments.
The following lines present a short biography of Pope Kyrillos VI of Alexandria, predecessor of Pope Shenouda III who was known for his spiritual values and his close relation to former Egyptian President Jamāl ‘Abd al-Nāṣir.
In an official declaration, Bishop Bīshūy denies having accused believers in the deity of Jesus Christ of being polytheists. He also denied attributing other people’s arguments to him.


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