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Pope Tawāḍrūs of the Coptic Orthodox Church stated that the Holy Book bestows a unique status to Egypt and Palestine, noting that both countries' names appear there 700 times.
Priest Mūsa Iskandar Saʿd of the Mār Jirjis Church in al-Sāḥil district, which is affiliated with the North Shubrā Churches Sector, sparked controversy in the Coptic community after doubting the story of Adam and Eve as it was mentioned in the Holy Book.
The international Christie’s auction hall in London will offer for sale an Egyptian manuscript of the “oldest copy of the Holy Book” at an auction to be held in London next June.
Pope Tawāḍrūs received Monsignor Eric de Moulin Beaufort, Archbishop of Reims, and his accompanying delegation, at the Papal Residence in Cairo on Friday (April 12), during their visit to Egypt on a religious pilgrimage. The delegation of the bishops of the Catholic Church consisted of Monsignor...
Last Saturday (February 3), the Freedom Committee of the General Syndicate of the Egyptian Writers Union held a conference under the title, ‘Palestine: The Essence of the Israeli-Arab Conflict,’ in the presence of gathering of politicians, Egyptian intellectuals, and Arabs. During this conference,...
Pope Tawāḍrūs said that the inhumane scenes and massacres taking place on the lands of Palestine are reminiscent of Herod’s killing of the innocent children of Bethlehem.
Pope Tawāḍrūs II said that Egypt, the biggest in the Middle East region with all its historical and cultural leverage, is handling the Palestinian crisis wisely and accurately.
On Monday (January 15), Pope Tawāḍrūs II attended a PhD thesis defense meeting at the Coptic Orthodox Theological College (COTC), headed by the General Bishop and Deputy Dean of COTC, Anbā Mīkhāʾīl.
The Holy Book tells us that a little after the birth of Jesus, he was forced to flee to the lands of Egypt as a refugee. Upon his birth, the Magi, or the Three Wise Men, came from the East to ask about his birthplace, and were guided by a star leading them to the spot where this king was born.
Pope Tawāḍrūs II of the Coptic Orthodox Church said that Egypt, the biggest country in the Middle East region with all its historical and cultural leverage, is handling the Palestinian crisis wisely and appropriately.  

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