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This article outlines a working paper released by the Vatican outlining the issue of Christians throughout the Middle East.  
This article deals with the recent Church refusal and Pope’s Shenouda’s comments concerning the ruling of the Egyptian Court saying that re-marriage should be granted to divorcees who were divorced within legal bounds.
This article deals with the recent Church refusal to accept the Egyptian Court ruling that re-marriage should be granted to divorcees who were divorced within legal bounds.
This article reviews a book concerning the Egyptian national identity in recent history, especially focusing on the impact of religion.
This article reviews a book written concerning the historical perspective of Coptic rights in Egypt.
Activist Najīb Jibrā'īl issued a memorandum to the Ministry of Interior requesting priestly names for sons of priests appear on their National Identification Cards, as their fathers no longer go under their old names so refusing to do so would be an obliteration of their identities. Negotiations...
Following in the footsteps of previous publication "Mohamed Peace be Upon Him, the Greatest of the Great in the World," a book disdaining Christianity named "Al-Wahy Al-Mohamadi" was published using Muslim and Christian taxpayers' money. The book sells at the subsidized price of 4 EGP. Many people...
A fire completely destroyed the Coptic Catholic Church in the village of Higaza Qibili in Qena last Monday. Investigations found no evidence of arson and think it is likely that the fire was due to an electrical short circuit or a lit candle. Activist Safwat Samaan told Watani he was skeptical of...
This is a series of various recent articles with Copts making the headlines.
A critical set of exams that will help bolster enrolment in universities aims to bring in highly qualified and fair individuals to supervise the process. However, controversy ensued as people believed the Ministry of Education failed to entrust Mr. Emad Sidhom Morqos to such a position in the...

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