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Infirād website presents a number of facts about the new administrative capital church, which will be built at the request of President ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī, during his Christmas mass speech.
The recent incident that occurred in Assiut concerning 13 feddans of land that are near the Holy Virgin Monastery had the potential to turn into another Abū Fānā-style issue. However many will view the outcome as Muslims and the government being forced to give in to Christian demands.
The editorial highlights several interesting articles in this week’s issue, including a report about Christian missionary work and Islamic da‘wah. There is also an article in this issue about the oath that Christians say in Egyptian courts which Hulsman brings to the reader’s attention.
Sa‘īd ‘Abd al-Khāliq writes about the recent incidents that took place at the Abū Fānā Monastery.
Drs. Hulsman points to a number of articles in this issue that deal with sectarian strife, and the political trends that are gaining notoriety in the Egyptian public. He additionally points to the number of articles that discuss the process of divorce in the Coptic Orthodox Church.
Issues that exacerbate tensions between Muslims and Christians in Egypt seem to keep bubbling back to the surface. In this editorial Drs. Hulsman comments on the recent development in the Abū Fanā incidents as well as rumors surrounding Wafā’ Qustantīne.
The article explains a map that was sent to Arab West Report by H.E. Governor Ahmed Dia el-Din concerning the Abu Fana monastery.
The author reports on a dispute over a plot of land adjoins the Monastery of St. Makarius.
Al-Fajr newspaper reports about Hanī ‘Azīz’s attempt to take possession of public property in Alexandria.
Pope Shenouda III called for the necessity of reinterpreting some of the verses of the Qur’an and the Holy Bible that deal with procreation. He said that he had raised the awareness of preachers and priests that the number of children one breeds is not the gist of the matter. Dr. Muhammad Hamdi...


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