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In an unprecedented move, the Rose al-Yūsuf magazine departed from the nation’s typical way, and attacked the Coptic Orthodox Church and its bishops in the Holy Synod. 
Pope Tawāḍrūs II, pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of the See of St. Mark, expressed his deepest sympathies to His Grace Bishop Timothaos [Tīmūthāuʾs], bishop of al-Zaqāzīq and Minya al-Qamḥ, and the family and parishioners of Rev. Fr. Mīnā Samʿān al-Shaykh, who passed away recently. 
In the context of the recent Sudanese revolution and civil transformations, this article will follow the systematic persecution of Christians in Sudan. Instances of persecution of Christians in Sudan are generally isolated and temporary, yet have taken on a systematic nature, especially since...
Father Benjamin Mitrī (Bishop  of the Church of St. Mark in Buḥayrah and Maṭrūḥ) died today at the age of 77 after spending around 50 years in priestly service. For his part, Pope Tawāḍrūs II offered his condolences to Bishop Bākhūmiyyūs of Buḥayrah and the priests of his diocese for the...
The families of ‘Sammālūṭ’ in al-Minya have intervened to cooperate with the police in a council for peace to resolve the tension sparked by the return of "Faransah ʿAbd al-Sayyid", a 26-year-old female Christian-to-Muslim convert with her husband.   
Shaykh Yāssir Burhāmī the vice president of the Da’wah al- Salafiah has responded to a question about the position of sharī’ah on those who deny the torment of the tomb as does TV reporter Ibrāhīm Īssá (torment of unbelievers after their death until judgment day).
The Iraqi Red Crescent Association has revealed that its has obtained information that ISIS is transporting Yazidi and Christian women to an unknown place to sell them as slaves.
A number of Copts have started a campaign against Rose-al-Yūsuf Weekly Magazine, after it published an article entitled, “The Poor Copts Will Have Paradise; Massaging Pope Tawadros in Vienna.”
Security forces made a security cordon around ‘Izbit Yaqūb in Samalūt, north of Minya governorate after clashes were renewed between the Muslims and Christians due to a circulating rumor that a Copt’s house was transformed to a church.
Dr. Ahmad al-Sāwī, professor of doctrine and philosophy at Al-Azhar University , said that what the Israeli Knesset did to vote on a project that bans the Muslim call to prayer in Palestine, is extremism and a barbaric act that is not in accord with any freedom or international charters.


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