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The curtain has closed on the crisis of Abū Fānā. Behind the scenes one can still hear whispers and noise. The following lines present a panoramic image of the final dramatic scene. Article full text: After announcing the end of the Abū Fānā crisis in last week’s media, the Egyptian press...
Dr Najīb Jibrā’īl comments on the condition of Christians in Egypt.
This article sheds light on the expanding power of the Muslim Brotherhood in all different fields of Egyptian society. Thanks to its thorough secret intelligence body, the Muslim Brotherhood group has been capable of penetrating different organizations and bodies inside the state to reach the...
This article sheds light on emigrant Copts in the U.S and their efforts to attack Egypt and Egyptian policy to fulfil foreign agendas which mainly seek to distort the image of Egypt and weaken national unity. However, these Copts who gave up their loyalty to their mother country for the benefit...
In a TV show on Channel 10 of Israeli TV, the presenter mocked Jesus and the Virgin Mary announcing that it was a response to the Vatican’s reinstallation of a clergyman who is skeptical about the Jews’ allegations concerning the Holocaust. Muslims and Christians in Egypt, Palestine and the...
Bibāwī stresses that political activity should not occur on sectarian grounds. Moreover, he calls for the return of national unity in society.
Councilor Labīb responds to Zaghlūl al-Najjār’s attacks on the Bible and presents Bishop Bīshūy’s reaction.
Al-Atrash highlights international church-related problems in general and those reflected on the Coptic Orthodox Church in particular. He reports on the moral violations of some clergymen and the church responds to them.
The article reviews the ideological history of the Muslim Brotherhood and their previous tensions with the ruling regime in Egypt.
A judge told a Muslim girl who became a Christian “If I had a knife I would kill you”. A suspicious organization uses the incident to incite sectarian sedition.

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