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His Holiness Pope Tawāḍrūs Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of the See of St. Mark mourned the Egyptian businessman, Unsī Sāwīris, who died today. 
According to a statement from the Coptic Church, Pope Tawāḍrūs II met with businessman Naguib Sawiris [Najīb Sāwīris] on Sunday, as well as engineer ʿAdlī Tūmā.
The author overviews projects of prominent businessman Najīb Sawirus in order to prove that he has become a gluttonous man with money and power.
Subtitle:Signing a 21 million pound restoration contractEgypt’s minister of culture has signed a contract of 21 million Egyptian pounds to restore the famous Hanging Church bringing to an end a 15-year-old dispute about the restoration of the 5th century church. The aim is to develop...
A number of Egyptian civil society organizations receive millions of dollars in annual funding from foreign bodies. Many questions arise regarding the state supervision of these NGOs and the role of the Ministry of Social Solidarity in this regard.
Because of the criticism in the Egyptian press on Coptic migrants we continued our overview of contributions on the Copts Daily Digest (see for the first overview RNSAW, 2002, week 14A, art. 11). Many responses in the Digest are strongly polarizing.
The article is an interview with The Christian Egyptian billionaire, Onsi Sawirus, who was the only Egyptian the American magazine "Fortune" put in its list of the richest people in the world. Among many questions about his business and his company group, Orascom, he was asked his opinion of...
This article gives an overall view of the history of Egypt, concentrating on the contribution of the Copts to the political and public life of Egyptian society, which varied depending on the type of government in power at each period.
Father Matta Al-Maskeen succeeded in closing the curtain on one of the deepest divisions in the history of the Coptic church when he told His Excellency Pope Shenouda III on television that he would concede on the issue of the farm of the monastery of Saint Maqarios, which lies at the seventy...
One of the most successful businessman in Egypt [a Copt] is interviewed, specifically about his viewpoint on the Religious Minorities Law legislated by the U.S. Congress. "Those who accuse us of collaboration with the U.S. are ignorant and jealous."
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