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Today marks the anniversary of the prominent author Iḥsān ʿAbd al-Qudūs’ death on January 11th, 1990.  ʿAbd al-Qudūs is responsible for the most famous stories in Egyptian cinema. In the following, we offer some words on his live… his upbringing? His relationship with women? His family? And how was...
Q: Do you want Copts to enter al-Azhar University?   Yes, as a form of reform. In fact, the President asked Shaykh al-Azhar to reform religious discourse and we trust in the ability of Shaykh al-Azhar to do so.
  In spite of the recent affinity between Muslims and Christians, as well as the previous rapprochement between the Egyptian Christian communities, the recent dispute between Egyptian churches raised questions about Christian fundamentalism and its negative impact as a stumbling block in the face...
Pope Francis's first visit to Egypt is scheduled for April 28 and 29 will carry many political messages and economic gains, reflecting the stability and security of the country.
Although the Egyptian church allows women access to a number of important positions, such as: nun, devotee, servant, and Guardian of Service and Hymns; there remain other domains that the Church completely prohibits women from accessing. 
  The Forum for Dialogue of Cultures of the Evangelical Coptic Commission held an intellectual meeting entitled "Egypt for all Egyptians" in one of the hotels of Miṣr al-Jadīda
Political writer and human rights advocate Jirjis Bushra petitioned Coptic Orthodox Patriarch of Alexandria, Tawāḍrūs II, to consider establishing a disaster relief fund to prevent human traffickers from exploiting the Coptic Crisis.
Background: Reverend Dr. Samuel Ḥabīb was an evangelical pastor and founder of the Coptic Evangelical Organization for Social Services (CEOSS). It was a very well planned organization, says Ḥabīb, and he employed a man from the United States to work with him on a plan for a special gathering. Most...
General al-Sīsī’s request for a popular delegation for him to nominate himself for presidency was well received among Coptic circles.
Coptic activist Mīlād Ḥannā was born in June 1924 and is the co-founder of the left-wing opposition party al-Tajammuʿ Party. Ḥannā said that he could have easily been a minister if he had chosen to do some lip-service to President Mubārak; however, the fact that he has criticized the government on...

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