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Dr. Candace Lukasik is an assistant professor of Religion and faculty affiliate in Anthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures at Mississippi State University. Her research focuses on the transnational politics of migration, violence, and indigeneity in the Middle East, specifically Egypt and Iraq,...
Years ago, two Christian watermelon sellers, who happened to be brothers, decided to hang a picture that sent message of harmony, of Sheikh Aḥmad el-Ṭayyīb, Sheikh of Al-Azhar, and Pope Tawāḍrūs, above their shop. These often discuss their amicable relationship with Muslim customers, portraying...
In a gesture indicative of the strong ties between Muslims and Copts a priest of a church in Najʿ Ḥammādī city of the Qinā governorate in southern Egypt attended an ifṭār (fast-breaking) banquet along with fasting Muslims.
 The purpose of this study is to present the most accurate data on the statistics of Christians in Egypt.
Fr. Yūwāqīm, Coptic Orthodox Bishop of Isna and Armant, has taken a pastoral visit to the Holy Land. He was accompanied on his journey to Jerusalem by several fathers and priests.
Samīḥa Ayūb, the sister of Sāra Ayūb who was reported as a missing person streamed a live video on Facebook and spilled the beans. She said that she had obtained the birth certificate of her sister. As a result, she found out that Sāra is still Christian. Therefore, the videos of her sister that...
A Coptic family cried for help to President ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī after the disappearance of their daughter Sāra Tawfīq ʾAyūb. on December 12, 2021, the 21-year-old Christian girl disappeared in mysterious circumstances, while she was on her way to the church and meet her fiancé.
The Libyan authorities have put 44 Egyptians to trial on charges of illegal immigration.
Copts in Farshūt, north of Qinā governorate, participated in the opening of the new al-Raḥmān Mosque in the village of al-Hāj Salām, after its renovation which was paid for by the people.
After 300 years of neglect, al-Jiddāwī‎ archeological agency [wikāla al-Jiddāwī], built in 1792 in the Egyptian city of. Isna, comes back to life again after its development and reconstruction.


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