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Father Būlos Halīm, spokesperson and head of the Coptic Orthodox Church media office, has released today on the Church's official website, the fifth graduate retreat activities of the Coptic American Canadian Youth Bishopric (CACYB) that was held from June 2 to 4, this year under the theme “The Art...
Pope Tawadros II, Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of the holy See of St. Mark, received this morning at the papal headquarters Wang Zuo’an, Chinese Minister of the State Administration for Religious Affairs (SARA) during his visit to Cairo. 
Pope Tawadros II, Pope of Alexandria and the Patriarch of the Saint Mark , said  that the Coptic Orthodox Church has cordially welcome the historic visit of the Saudi King, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salmān bin ʿAbd al-ʿAzīz Āl Saʿūd.
An opinion article in Sawt al-Ummah was published under the title “Mīnā Danīyāl disobeyed the church...Demanded the martyrdom and earned it.” [Īmān Mahjūb, Sawt al-Ummah, Dec. 25, p.7] Read original article in Arabic 
In an attempt to ease the tension between protesters in al-Tahrīr square and the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF), 65 activists and public figures suggest opening up nominations for presidential candidates on 25 January, closing the nomination period on the anniversary of former President...
An advertisement of the Italian clothing company Benetton featuring Pope Benedict XVI kissing the Shaykh Al-Azhar has provoked a storm of angry reactions in Italy and the company was forced to remove it almost immediately.
Bishop Stephanus of Bibā said Copts in Egypt have been going through their toughest time in many centuries, adding the Coptic Orthodox Church needs help.
More than 4500 Copts, particularly after the Maspero incidents, have lately signed a written request for the Canadian prime minister and government and urged them to take a stance to "rescue the Coptic people from persecution by the army". Political activist Abrām Dāwūd, an expatriate Copt and the...
The salafists, who had no presence before the January 25 revolution, are now preoccupying the public opinion and the mass media. Some of them are making quite a fuss from time to time like Mustafá Tamām, a salafī shaykh in Beni Suef.
The Coalition for the Support of New Muslims continues its support for Shaykh Abū Yahyá, who was arrested on charges of sparking fitnah in the Virgin Mary Church in Imbābah. Dr. Husām Abū al-Najārī, member of the Coalition, said that Shaykh Abū Yahyá was just a scapegoat to calm the public. [...

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