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Naguib Mahfouz was dispossessed of a scholarship to France after his graduation because the head of the scholarships department thought that Mahfouz was a Copt. The author believes that this incident is strong evidence of the importance of Copts and the role they played in the modern history of...
Pope Shenouda and many Muslim religious men received a great number of inquiries and criticisms about the series of "Awan Al-Ward." Christians believe that the series presents the issue of the marriage between a Muslim man and a Christian woman as a matter that should be accepted by Christians out...
An Egyptian Coptic lawyer sued to stop state television rebroadcasting the Film "Awan Al-Ward," believing that its topic is offensive to the Coptic community. This is because it mentioned the marriage of a Christian woman to a Muslim man.
Pope Shenouda explained in his weekly meeting in the Coptic Orthodox Cathedral in Abassiya, Cairo, that he is very sad about the film Awan El Ward which is shown during Ramadan on Egyptian TV. He encouraged individual people to write letters of protest to the Egyptian Minister Safwat el-Sherif,...
The organization of "Journalists Without Boundaries" declared, in a statement that it asked Egypt to investigate the incident of two journalists who were attacked while covering the parliamentary elections. The organization said that that it sent a message to the Minister of Interior, in which it...
Rafi Ahmed Taha, a prominent leader of the Gama’a Al-Islamiya, accused Egyptian authorities of being responsible for the killing of fundamentalist leader Alaa’ Abdel Razaq Atia, and one of his accomplices in a clash with the Egyptian security forces in Aswan on October 19.
A year ago, during the general assembly of the radio and television union, Safwat Al-Sherif, Minister of Information announced the establishment of Al-Tanweer channel. A few months ago, the final form was admitted. In about a month, the experimental broadcasting of the channel will start. Religious...
The government promised that all details about the incidents of Al-Kosheh would be revealed to the public as soon as the investigations end. The investigations are expected to end in 10 days.
Mr. Safwat Al-Sherif announced that the police arrested 59 accused. 58 witnesses and injured victims were interrogated too. Now, 21 persons are under arrest and placed in detention until the end of the interrogations.
For three years now, the midnight mass has been broadcasting of on TV. All Christians, especially in small villages, who are able for the first time to see their pope praying the mass on TV, appreciate such a thing.

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