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Veteran journalist and media personality, Ibrāhīm ʿĪsā, continued to criticize Ḥamās for the justifications of its crimes when the Islamist movement killed civilians, including children, women, and elderly people. This was precedent to the deaths of numerous innocent Palestinian civilians during...
Yesterday (November 14), Pope Tawadrus II met with the Bishop of the Netherlands, Bishop Arsānī, at the Papal residence in Cairo.
Presidential candidate and leader of al-Wafd party, Dr. ʿAbd el-Sanad Yamāma, met with Pope Tawāḍrūs II at the papal residence in the cathedral in ʿAbāssiya, where Pope Tawāḍrūs welcomed Dr. ʿAbd el-Sanad Yamāma and his accompanying delegation.  
Media figure Ibrāhīm ʿĪsa said that the massacres in Gaza from Israeli bombardment are still going on, adding that the battles result in civilian victims or displaced Palestinians, and that it would be “disastrous” to become accustomed to watching these scenes.
An Azhari scholar said that authentic Sufism is the veneration of ‘Āl al-Bayt (the Prophet’s Household), as well as the pursuit of the ethics of the Prophet Muḥammad, adding that every Muslim must illuminate their hearts with prayers to God and glorification of the Prophet.
Former Palestinian Prime Minister Salām Fayyāḍ proposed a plan for durable peace in the Gaza Strip, envisioning reforms that would enable the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) to rule the area.
The leaders and representatives of the major religions are preparing for the Global Faith Leaders Summit to be hosted this week in Abu Dhabi under the auspices of the President of the United Arab Emirates, Shaykh Muḥammād bin Zāyīd Āl-Nahyān.  
As the occupation army continues to drop bombs on the Gaza Strip, Palestinian Christians performed the Sunday prayers in the churches of Holy Family for Latin Catholics and Saint Porphyrius for Greek Orthodox.  
Pope Tawāḍrūs asked the Christian masses to pray for the sake of peace in the world and for God to grant His wisdom and grace to all the leaders of the world, pointing out that what is happening in the region now is beyond the limits of humanity, and that we have no choice but to pray to God to...
Today, the number of Palestinian Christians in Palestine does not exceed 1 percent, although they constituted nearly 12 percent of the population before the year of 1948. What is the main reason for their decline in numbers? And why do they migrate to other lands to live? What is the relationship...


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