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Economy Minister Yousef Boutros Ghali, a Coptic Christian, met last week in Washington with Republican Congressman Frank Wolf, author of the controversial Freedom From Religious Persecution Bill.
The holy council issued a decree that the period spend by a monk in the city should not exceed six consecutive years after which he should return to his monastery.
Pope Shenouda announces that allowing the Copts to visit Jerusalem on the occasion of Christ’s 2000 birthday is a problem to which he has not yet found a solution.
A modern statue of the virgin Mary that is touring the world with a Franciscan monk is causing controversy in the churches of Egypt.
An interview with the Pope about the persecution of Copts and the Middle East peace process.
Rose el-Yousef describes the conflict between a Coptic Orthodox bishop and the people of a village in his diocese who wanted him to consecrate the son of the village priest as priest which the bishop refused. The Pope responded by taking this village and two other villages away from his diocese.
Review of a book on the nature of relationships between the Pope and Anwar Al-Sadat.
Rose el-Yousef reported on the article in el-Destour. It found the extremist declaration as not less dangerous than the murder on 58 tourists in Luxor. Both targeted Egyptian economy. Extremists started targeting economy by imposing the payment of ’protection money’ on Copts in Upper Egypt.


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