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As the situation is aggravating in Israel and the Palestinian territories following the attack by Ḥamās in October and the subsequent Israeli military response in Gaza, a Palestinian university professor has raised concerns about the potential for an Israeli army invasion.  
Veteran journalist and media personality Ibrāhīm ʿĪsā continued to criticize Ḥamās for its justifications for its crimes when the Islamist movement killed civilians, including children, women, and elderly people. This was precedent to the deaths of numerous innocent Palestinian civilians during the...
In a recent statement, media personality Ibrāhīm ʿĪsā remarked that the perspective offered to the West regarding the situation in the Gaza Strip has become pivotal in shaping global sympathy either towards the Israeli people or the Palestinian people. According to ʿĪsā, Western sympathy is...
Media personality Ibrāhīm ʿĪsā remarked that the global community, Western governments, and Arab armies had exhibited no support for al-Shifāʾ Hospital, nor had Iran, Hezbollāh (Party of God), or Turkey come to its defense.  
In my recent article, I highlighted that Israel’s brutal aggression on the Palestinian civilians in the Gaza Strip has raised important questions about the establishment of Israel in 1948 and the historical justifications behind its creation.  
In association with the Centre of Christian-Muslim Understanding & Partnership (CCMUP), the Egyptian Family House (Bayt al ʿĀʾila) held a concluding ceremony for the “It’s Our Planet, Let’s Preserve It” initiative.  
In a recent article titled “Christians and Their Attitude Towards Palestine,” by prominent young researcher, Isẖāq Ibrāhīm, the author analyzes Christian responses to the war in Gaza. The article evaluates press releases and statements from the church, shedding light on the perspective of the late...
The Egyptian Family House (Bayt al ʿĀʾila) in the southern Egyptian province of Asyūṭ held a conference to express support for the political leadership’s decision regarding the Palestinian issue and to also back the candidacy of President ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī for another term in office.
A Palestinian thinker and theological writer, Priest Dr. Mitrī al-Rāhib, said that attacks on religious sites in occupied Palestine were not a new development, and that they did not occur in Gaza alone, but in fact happened in all the lands of historical Palestine.
Managers of travel agents in Egypt said that there was a pressing need to cancel this year’s Christian pilgrimage visit to the holy lands in Palestine due to the war in the Gaza Strip, which has resulted in the death of thousands of Palestinians due to attacks by the occupation forces.


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