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Dr. Muʾmin al-Hawārī, Head of the Central Administration of the Red Sea region of Al-Azhar, and Shaykh Muḥammad ʿAbd al-Raḥīm, Director-General of Preaching of the Red Sea, headed a delegation on Monday to visit the "Catholic, Orthodox, and Evangelical" churches of the city of Hurghada, in order to...
The Coptic Orthodox Church has decided to hold a weekly sermon in the English language in one of Hurghada's churches in the Red Sea governorate to promote tourism in coastal cities.
The Giza and Cairo courts witnessed today several important hearing sessions including the pleading of the public prosecution service in the case of "Spying for Ḥamās" and in the case of "Sinai state".
Bishop Yūsuf Abū al-Khayr of Suhāj, Bishop Immanuel Ayad [ʿAmānuʾīl ʿAyād] of Luxor, and Patriarch Isḥāq Ibrāhīm of the Coptic Catholic Church of Egypt inaugurated today a hotel affiliated to the Coptic Catholic Dioceses of the Red Sea and Sohag [Suhāj].
The Minister of [Religious] Endowments, Dr. Muḥammad Mukhtār Jumʿā, said that in Egypt 120 minarets are calling for truth, stressing that al-Azhar Mosque promotes moderate Islam in the world.  
Al-`Arabiyya.net has published new details and pictures about the young man accused of attacking German tourists in Hurghada [al-Ghardaqah], Egypt, leaving two killed and four wounded. `Abd al-Raḥmān Abū Qūrah, 28, arrived in Hurghada early morning on the day of the incident. He wandered around...
Bishop Antonius, Bishop of the Holy See and the Near East, headed the ordination prayers for the first priests of the Coptic community in Kuwait, alongside a number of the church’s bishops.
For the seventh time, Egypt's Supreme Security Prosecution ordered a fifteen-day detention renewal of journalist Isma`īl al-Iskandarāni. Al-Iskandarāni is facing charges of joining the Muslim Brotherhood and promoting the banned Islamist group's thoughts. 
Background:  This recording concerns the history of Red Sea tourism in Egypt, the preservance of the eco-system in relation to tourism and the drop in tourism following the Luxor massacre of 1997. A German-Egyptian couple outlines their hotel business’ rise at the Egyptian Red Sea coast. In a press...
A Dutch tourist residing in the city of Hurghada declared that he had converted to Islam and changed his name to Sīsī in reference to Egyptian President ‘Abd al-Fatah al- Sīsī. The tourist says the President led him to Islam despite him lacking religious affiliation before. The tourist held a...

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