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Meeting Senior Pastor Radi A. Iskanderat his office behind his church, the Evangelical church of Atarine.Alexandria, 22 January. As turmoil in Egypt continues and the situation in Suez and Cairo as well as Alexandria hardens, dialogue seems a distant possibility. In his office, in the building...
The victims of the attacks against Coptic property were compensated for the damages they incurred, and a reconciliation session was held in Isnā. Egyptian journalists call for a realistic and objective treatment of the increasing sectarian tension in the country.
The author laments the role that parliament and the media played in increasing sectarian violence by ignoring the bill for a unified law for building places of worship during its last session.
The Isnā Court in Qinā governorate decided to cancel the decision of the Isnā City Council’s Committee of Non-Dilapidated Buildings to restore the Evangelical church in Isnā in support of a request submitted by the church priest to demolish the church.
Rashā Lābīb reports about women and Christians participating in the parliament elections.
The article discusses the municipal elections for the National Democratic Party, and complaints filed by individuals who did not run.
Muhammad al-Bāz presents summarized memoirs of some Coptic figures who engaged in struggles for the welfare of their country.
A recent international conference on Christianity and outsets of monasticism is held in the Archangel Michael Monastery in Qena’s Niqādah desert.
‘Abd al-Hakīm al-Qādī accuses a Coptic activist from the southern city of Qena of contacting dubious foreign bodies and making reports that harm national unity.
Middle East Christians Association issued statistics on the number of churches and mosques in Egypt.


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