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Background: This Conference was held at the Ibn Khaldūn Center for Development Studies in the event of the second conference on minorities. Several speeches were given especially on the Coptic rights in Egypt and related to the Muslim Christian incident of 1996 in Kafr Dimyān (Delta) and the...
Midhat Bishāy writes about the life, work and achievements of two Egyptian historians; Jamāl Badawī and Yūnān Labīb Rizq, who passed away a few weeks ago.
The U.S. Coptic Association organized a conference in Chicago. Coptic and Muslim figures participated in the conference that produced a number of solutions. The Coptic Orthodox Church opposed the conference and its resolutions and declared that the participants do not represent the church.
Fadel Soliman refutes Geert Wilder’s suppositions presented in his film ’Fitna.’ The following article provides Soliman’s critique on the manipulation employed by Wilder in his film.
Jamāl Badawī writes about the history of the Catholic Church in Egypt. He disputes a common misconception that Catholicism was “imported” to Egypt from abroad.
Dr. Nabil Luqa Bebawi strongly objects to the new eight reasons allowing divorce [for Coptic Christians] in the regulation of al-Maglis al-Mileli [Community Council], outside of adultery. Dr. Bebawi says that these reasons are unrelated to the Bible. As an alternative to this regulation, Dr....
The Armenian presence in Egypt materialized prior to the modern age. Their presence dates back to the Fatimid period; the most prosperous period for the Armenians in Egypt.
The following lines present a historic background of the two “exodus” of the Jews from Egypt. While some argue that the second exodus of the Jews was a result of persecution at the hands of the Egyptian government following the revolution of 1952, others suggest that it was the branch of the...
The author of the article refers to an academic study carried out by Dr. Fārūq Ahmad Muṣṭafá concerning Egyptian festivals, in which he dealt with the features and the general characteristics of religious celebrations in Egypt.
The author reviews a study by a bishop from al-Fayyūm, Bishop Abram.


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