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For the last few weeks, the Muslim Brotherhood on its online platforms and channels in Doha and Istanbul has been spreading rumors and fake news about the Egyptian government’s demolition of mosques. 
Bishop Dūmādiyyūs, bishop of Giza and Ūsīm, revealed that he visited Wāʾil Saʿad Tawāḍrūs, formerly Monk Ashʿiyāʾ, who was sentenced to death for killing Bishop Epiphanius [Epīphaniyyūs], head of St. Macarius Monastery (dayr Abū Maqār) in Wādī al-Naṭrūn.
The criminal court in Giza determined that it will announce a ruling in the retrial of the case known as “the arson of Kafr Ḥakīm Church” on August 30.
Copt Rāniyyā ʿAbd al-Masīḥ met with her family for the first time yesterday, after disappearing three months ago.  In pictures from that meeting, Rāniyyā is wearing a cross around her neck in response to the lies being circulated about her leaving the Christian faith. 
Pope Tawāḍrūs II was brutally attacked by Coptic activists on social media after allowing Dr. George Ḥabīb Bibāwī to receive the church’s sacraments even though the Holy Synod under Pope Shinūdah III excommunicated him in 2007.
Dr. Ṣalaḥ Ḥasab Allāh, spokesperson for Parliament, complimented Shaykh of al-Azhar Grand Imām Aḥmad al-Ṭayyib and Pope Tawāḍrūs II after al-Azhar and the Coptic Orthodox Church joined in with the Egyptian state to send aid to the Lebanese people to confront the aftermath of the Port of Beirut...
Orthodox Copts on Friday evening begin the fast of the Virgin Mary [Dormition fast] for 15 days.  It is among the second tier fasts that allow the consumption of fish. 
Around 300 Christians performed “Thursday Worship” at the Coptic Orthodox Cathedral in Alexandria on the fourth day of carrying out the decision to gradually reopen churches.  Churches have been closed since March 21st, when Prime Minister Muṣṭafā Madbūlī issued the decision to close churches...
Legal researcher Muḥammad ʿUbayd said that from a constitutional perspective, a penal code cannot include phrases like “a threat to family values,” “violating public morals,” or “offending the public’s sense of shame.”  According to him, these terms are extraordinarily vague and have no boundaries...
In his book, Impressions of Egypt [Inṭibāʿāt ʿan Miṣr], French voyageur Étienne-Louis Malus observes the impact of French culture and schools established by French missionaries on Egyptian society at the beginning of the 19th century.  Even though these schools were established and run by monks and...

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