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Pope Tawāḍurūs II of Alexandria and Patriarch of St. Mark has declared in the ABC Radio Discussion that Copts are being targeted by the Islamic terrorist groups. During  his Australian trip, Pope Tawāḍurūs mentioned that the prayers of “Aḥad al-Saʿf”, which commences  the ”weeks of pain” or “Usbuʿ...
The CIA's publication of a number of classified documents attributed to al-Qā`idah leader Usāma bin Lādin underlines the secret relationship among al-Qā’idah, the Muslim Brotherhood Organization and Iran, highlighting the potential changing in the international stance towards the MB, and eventually...
The unfortunate terrorist incidents that have recently occurred in Egypt are condemned by all religions, said Dr. ‘Abbās Shūmān, deputy of al-Azhar, in his reception to a delegation of the council of bishops of Eastern Apostolic Churches of Australia and New Zealand.
Wajdi Ghunaym, the Alexandrian Muslim Brotherhood dā`iah who has escaped to Turkey, is still a source of fatwas for a large number of terrorist organizations, especially the ones emerging from the Muslim Brotherhood, such as Ḥasm and Luwā’ al-Thawrah who recognize him as their Mufti to whom they...
In its provocative publication, al-Naba’ Newsletter, the Islamic State (IS) renewed its threats to Copts in Egypt, saying that “targeting churches is a part of our plan of war.” 
The BBC channel published a report on the visit of Pope Tuwāḍrūs II of Alexandria and Patriarch of St. Mark to Australia.
“We kept quiet, so he barged in with his donkey” is a popular idiom that exemplifies the state of religious parties, which started appearing directly after the 25th of January Revolution. 
The Committee of Suggestions and Complaints included the Foreign Names Prevention Bill on its agenda to amend two articles of the law.
Despite the high temperatures in mount al-Ghunāym, south-west of Asyūṭ Governorate, lovers and followers of the Virgin Mary visit the Monastery of al-Janādila, for the celebration and the blessing of the birth of the Virgin Mary.
Dāʿish, also known as "ISIS". the terrorist organization, has acknowledged its failure to create sectarian strife within the Egyptian society. The latest issue of the organization’s weekly magazine " al-Naba”, said with regard to the recent church bombings in Tanta and Alexandria: "The predominant...

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