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 The Coptic Orthodox Church in Egypt has received more than 120 individual notices from Coptic Christians informing the Church that they have permanently left the denomination, according to Church sources on Sunday.
Dr. Fatmah Sayīd Ahmad began the interview with Major General Abū Bakr al-Jindī, President of the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS), by asking that all the statistics that were prohibited former regime, related to the census of Christians and Nubians in Egypt, be made...
A large number of Coptic Orthodox Christians will collectively quit their denominations in writing on Thursday by offering "mass resignation applications" to the church and the justice ministry and later will have them documented at the notary public, an activist revealed. 'Azah Sulaymān, the...
Fourty six NGOs and 268 independent individuals, along with Bishūy Zāri' [Copt who was prevented from appointment in South Valley University although he meets the qualifications], handed a memo to the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) and the Ministry of Social Solidarity [demanding the...
Michael Munīr, founder and president of U.S. Copts Association, Coptic activist for the expatriate Copts and co-founder of al-Hayāh [under establishment] political party, said that the party is not religious and does not represent Copts alone, but rather that it is a liberal political party. Munīr...
A painting, depicting the Prophet Muhammad, was stolen from a mosque in Darb Ahmar from the mihrab. The theft has adversely affected the value of the ancient mosque, which has been around since Ottoman times. This incident is not the first in this area of Cairo. Read original text in Arabic
Salafī Dr. Shaykh Muhammad Sa'īd Raslān [Shaykh in Al-Sharqī Mosque in Sabk al-Ahad village in Ashmūn city of Monufia governorate] followers printed million copies of a book entitled "Hakīkat Mā Yahduth Fī Misr" or "The truth about What's Happening in Egypt" financed by the Saudi Arabian Khālid al-...
A father filed a lawsuit against Pope Shenouda and one of the nuns [Head Nun of Dayr al-Āmīr Tadrous or Prince Tadrous Covenant], accusing them of allowing his daughter to become a nun without her parents' permission as well as for being unable to see her.
WikiLeaks, quoting the U.S. ambassador in Cairo, has reportedly said that Suzān Thābit, the spouse of deposed president Husnī Mubārak, was Christian, which is doubtful according to official documents.
  Safwat 'Abd al-Ghāni, a representative for al-Jamā‘ah al-Islāmiyyah, has revealed that the party will run in the upcoming parliamentary elections to compete for 20 percent of the seats.  

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