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Anglican Archbishop Mouneer proposed the title Comparing inclusive Citizenship in Egypt with Europe. The comparison with Europe was important to the Archbishop since it is not all rosy in Europe, yet Mr.Belder chose to focus on Egypt alone. Mr.Bas Belder is a former journalist for the...
For the first time in 70 years, since the July 23, 1952 revolution, the Jews of Egypt celebrated Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year.
Grand Muftī Dr. Shawqī ʿAllām said that the development of social, behavioral, and intellectual levels in Islamic societies has changed the patterns of communication within society, and that this includes religious discourse, which is part of the societal discourse in general.
The Coptic Catholic Church shows great interest in the youth sector by holding courses on future leaders and the empowerment of young people of all segments of society through the teaching of certain handicrafts.
Secretary-general of the Middle East Council of Churches (MECC), Priest Rifʿat Fikrī, said that President ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī was transparent in his words and actions before and after he began his term. He explained that this could be seen in his repeated interest in the construction of churches...
Governor of Asyūṭ, Maj. General ʿIṣām Saʿd al-Dīn, ignored all the requests presented by the Dayrūṭ and Ṣinbū Parish to get a license to rejuvenate the Anbā Karās Church, which was burnt down in April when a fire consumed the entirety of the wooden building.
Egyptian Christians are still waiting for the endorsement of a unified personal status law, which is a constitutional right that the Egyptian parliament has not taken heed of since the 2014 constitution was approved.
Foreign ministry spokesman, Aḥmad Abū Zayd, said that Egypt’s Foreign Minister, Sāmiḥ Shukrī, received a phone call from his Danish counterpart, Lars Løkke Rasmussen, to discuss repeated incidents of the desecration of the holy Qurʾān and the crimes of contempt of religion that jeopardize peaceful...
The Institute of Coptic Studies is the most prominent education institution of the Coptic Orthodox Church, focusing on studies of Coptic history, civilization, heritage, and culture.
President of the Protestant Community of Egypt, Dr. Andrēa Zakī, said that the state has played a major role in the legalization of churches, adding that the Coptic Evangelical community has 1,500 churches, from which 500 were registered.


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