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Egyptian activists and MPs in Ismaʿīliyya launched an initiative to hold a candlelight vigil inside and outside of the church, under the slogan, “Candles against terrorism”, in support of the army, police, and church in the fight against terrorism.
Dr. Wasīm al-Sīsī believes that Egyptians are more likely to be the chosen people of God than Jews as they have the long-standing civilization, sciences, and ethics that Jews lack. He also believes that Jews have stolen the heroic stories of the Pharaonic kings and wrongfully recorded them in their...
The Judiciary Administrative Court has ruled that Christians who converted to Islam are not allowed to re-convert to Christianity. The court refuses to allow 45 Christians to change the entry of religion on their identity cards and other official documentary into Christianity, but to leave Islam as...
Vatican Radio called AWR on November 23 for a radio interview about the Annapolis peace conference. Excellent article on “Middle East Christians Association: “’do not make things worse,’” by Coptic author Jamāl As‘ad. Dr. Ikrām Lam‘ī’s article shows how corruption has attacked people’s religious...
The Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies [CIHRS] has sent an appeal to the president of the republic and the speakers of both houses of Parliament called to amend Article Two of the Constitution that states that Islam is the religion of the state and Islamic sharīʿā is the main source of...
Arguments are mounting over American researcher Dean Hamer’s recent book “The God Gene? that adopts a theory that each human being has a gene inside them responsible for the degree of their belief.
For several weeks, the movie ?Baheb al-Sima? [I Love Cinema] has been discussed in the Egyptian press. Following are the articles published about the controversial movie in the Arabic press available in Egypt.
A series of articles from the previous week that focus on issues and incidents that pertain to Copts. The topics range from legal critique of the 2nd amendment of the Constitution to discussions about the accessibility of education for minorities.
Mīnā Fu’ād comments on Wasīm al-Sīsī’s article, ’ Qirā’at al-Aḥrār wal Bahth ‘An al-Ḥaqīqah’ [Reading of the Free and Looking for the Truth], published in Rose al-Yūsuf.
Nājī Wanīs responds to Wasīm al-Sīsī’s article about the resemblances between the Torah and Egyptian legends and myths.

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