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Maḥmūd `Ashīsh, the founder of the Egyptian Family abroad, said that the visit of Pope Tawāḍrūs to Kuwayt during the past few days indicates that the Arab Gulf State grants religious freedoms for expatriates residing there. 
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.
  According to Pastor Būlis Ḥalīm, official spokesperson for the Coptic Orthodox Church, Pope of Alexandria and the Patriarch of Alexandria Pope Tawāḍrūs II arrived in Moscow yesterday evening, after finishing his trip to England, which lasted more than ten days. 
Pope Tawadros II, Coptic Orthodox Pope and Patriarch of Alexandria, said that the Church's vision has expanded outside Egypt, and have reached all the world's continent, in particular after the 1952 Revolution. It was in 1961 that the migration of Copts has started, first to Kuwait, followed in...
Although the first Coptic church built on the land of one of the Gulf states is over 80 years old, the construction of churches in the gulf and the service of the Christian clergy there is a dilemma that requires continuous understanding.
An Egyptian parliamentary and media delegation visited the Egyptian Church in Kuwait on the sidelines of a five-day celebration of the 150th anniversary of parliamentary life in Egypt and the honoring of former Kuwaiti parliamentarians. The celebration ceremony will be from October 30 to November 1...
Egypt's ambassador to Kuwait, Yāsser `Ātef, affirmed that the principles of all Abrahamic religions must be translated into daily life practices, citing the Prophet's narrative “love for your brother what you love for yourself.” “We reject any wrong doing committed against our Christian brothers...
The Arab Organization for Human Rights (AOHR) declared on Sunday its solidarity with human rights defenders, and demanded the end of prosecution policy practices against them, particularly in Egypt.
In a new study conducted by Ekrem Karakoç, the American researcher reveals some insights about the real relationship between migration and the rise of the Salafist movement in Egypt.
`Ali `Abd Al-`Āl, professor of constitutional law, is the first speaker of the “June 30 Parliament” who ousted the Muslim Brotherhood president Muhammad Mursi.


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