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Middle East Christians’ Organization dissolves its branch in Egypt and reveals its intention to complain to international society about the Egyptian government and the "persecution" that its members in Egypt were subjected to in jail.
A new controversy has erupted after a Coptic counselor proposed an amendment over the current church bylaw on electing the patriarch.
The article reviews the controversial book of the Bishop of Samālūt Bishop Paphnotius entitled, ’The Inevitability of Leading a Renaissance in the Church Function.’
A Coptic lawyer Maryam Ra’ūf ‘Ayyād has filed an appeal against a decision on rejecting her application to admit a test for hiring female judges.
Church leaders described the law that prevents demonstrations in houses of worship as an unprecedented step that aims to deprive Copts of their rights.
Shaykh Yūsuf al-Badrī rules that demonstrations and strikes are religiously prohibited and nonsense.
Councilor Labīb Halīm Labīb proposes a draft law to amend the law of the Coptic Orthodox Church’s patriarch. The following lines highlight Labīb’s suggested law.
While clergymen of the Coptic Orthodox Church reject Coptic nominations in the local council elections on the lists of the Muslim Brotherhood, a leader from the group asserts that accepting Coptic nominees on the Brotherhood’s lists is a sign of the group’s democratic nature and a reflection of its...
The author hails Shaykh Yūsuf al-Qaradāwī as a leading moderate Muslim scholar. He supports his argument by listing the shaykh’s stances on different issues.
Sharīf al-Dawākhilī reports on a human rights group’s criticism of the government for honoring Muslim mothers during the annual celebration of choosing the ideal mother without choosing a single Christian one.

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