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Bishop Quzmān of North Sinai said President Muhammad Mursī, during his recent meetings with the evicted Coptic families that returned to their homes in Rafah, has pledged to protect Copts.
Bishop Quzmān of North Sinai said Copts in the border governorate are between four thousands and five thousands and are indispensable part of the fabric of Sinai, adding Copts in this area do not feel they are being discriminated against. [Muhammad al-Bahrāwī, al-Misrī al-Yawm, Oct. 10, p. 2] Read...
Bishop Quzmān of North Sinai said the church has not witnessed a single mass since the outbreak of the January 25, 2011 revolution, denying, however, the mass service was canceled for security reasons or out of fear over the life of Copts there.
Spokesman of President Mursī, Dr. Yāsir ꞌAlī, yesterday commented on statements delivered by President Mursī on Egyptian Christians describing them as “minorities”. Accusing media of delivering false reports, ꞌAlī argued that media have taken President Mursī’s statements out of context and that the...
His eminence Bishop Bīmin, head of the Crisis Committee of the Holy Synod of the church, accompanied by Bishop Qūzmān of North Sinai, made a visit to the families of al-ʿArīsh in the camp of  al-Qirsh in al-Ismāʿīlīya to inspect the conditions of the Coptic families displaced from their homes. The...
With its natural and geographical characteristics, and its rich history, Sinai, the land of turquoise, is a cherished part of Egypt.  This year, we commemorate the 50th anniversary of the June 1967 war, “the Naksa Day, or the Day of Setback”, during which the Sinai Peninsula, all its cities and...
On May 16, 2013, Arab-West Report was able to interview a former security advisor for the government in North Sinai, who preferred to stay anonymous. A general in the army, his posting began in 2005 and lasted until November, 2012, when he resigned in disagreement with the Mursī administration for...
  Review of Elizabeth Edward’s “Coptic Orthodox statistics and migration in Maghagha”
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