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Coptic lawyers withdrew their lawsuits against "Awan al-Ward" and its writer and made peace with the team who work on the serial. Pope Shenouda and the President of the Radio and Television Union attended the reconciliation meeting.
The controversy around the TV show Awan al-Ward, which presented a mixed marriage between a Muslim and Christian, escalated this week with three cases filed against its author. Many Egyptian and Arabic-language papers dedicated much space to the film. Al-Ḥayāt said Awān al-Ward raised controversy...
Al-Usbua published a file opposing Saad Eddin Ibrahim’s plans to monitor the coming elections under the title "No to dubious supervision. No to interference in Egypt’s affairs."
The long political history of the Muslim Brotherhood group shows that they have never changed their strategy and their view of the other [religion]. Their current backing for a Coptic candidate, in the elections, is a tactical move aimed at overcoming their racist public image, although the Copts...
Discussion about the issue of divorce in the Coptic church, the ten conditions under which divorce was allowed in the 1938 law, and Pope Shenouda’s rejection of these conditions.
Subtitles:Will the Ministry of Justice cancel the hamayouni law? Copts use the administrative court to appeal against the lawA report to the court "The law has been cancelled for 124 years""Will the Ministry of Justice cancel the hamayouni law?" asks the author. It is this law that restricts...
Egypt is often criticized abroad for its treatment of its Christian citizens. Prominent Coptic thinker Dr. Milad Hanna, confirmed that equality between Muslims and Christians is not there. Lu’iy Mahmoud Sa’id, himself a Muslim, describes how Muslim authors attacked Milad Hanna for stating his view...
Michael ‘Ādil looks back on the main events of the year for the Coptic Orthodox Church.
Reactions vary between accepting or rejecting the idea of deleting the religion reference from Egyptian identity cards. People of both opinions express their arguments in this article.
The author rejects the U.S. human rights annual report’s remarks about the issues of human rights in Egypt, believing the American administration interferes with internal Egyptian affairs. He refuses the call of removing religious information from the Egyptian ID cards.

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