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In his video, the Azhari shaykh Mabrūk ʿAṭiya mocked Christ saying he is not a ‘sayyid’ (venerated leader) as people refer to him. The video was a response to journalist and TV host Ibrāhīm ʿĪsā dating back to 2016 but was re-posted recently about the values in Jesus Christ’s ‘Sermon on the Mount.’
“I have an Islamic library rarely had by even a Muslim shaykh to the point that I buy modern books of tafsīr (exegesis), including those of al-Shaʿrāwī.” Pope Shinūda III, 117th Patriarch of the Coptic Orthodox Church, was famous for this response when asked a Muslim him about the claims of the...
ʿĀzir Mikhāʾīl Yūsuf ʿAṭā, nephew of Pope Cyril [Kīrillus] VI, has shared a rare collection of photos of the placing of the foundation stone of the Greater Cathedral of the Coptic Orthodox in Abbassia, Cairo.
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.
Dr. Mamdūḥ Ghurāb, Governor of Sharqia, confirmed that the Egyptian Family House [Bayt al-ʿĀʾila] aims to restore the highest of Islamic and Christian values and their common denominators to preserve the Egyptian identity.
A crime that has shocked al-Minyā Governorate, where three Copts in the village of Abshādāt, in the center of Mallāwī, were shot at, killed and mutilated by a group of individuals in an alleged case of revenge [thāʿr], as the perpetrators danced on the victims’ bodies. 
The Administrative Court ruled on Saturday against accepting the lawsuit of lawyer Samīr Ṣabrī, which demanded the prohibition of the niqāb in public, private and international schools. 
The archeologist, Dr. ʿAbd al-Raḥīm Rayḥān, General Director of Research, Archeology and Scientific Publications for South Sinai at the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has announced a permanent museum exhibition within Saint Catherine’s Monastery. Since its establishment in 2001, the museum has...
The Public Prosecutor ordered an investigation into journalist Ibrāhīm ʿĪssā, following his controversial statements in which he criticized the Miʿrāj of the Prophet (PBUH) during the journey of the ʾIsrāʾ and Miʿrāj (the Prophet’s night journey and ascent to the heavens).
Coptic emigration has gone through numerous stages for different reasons. “Coptic diaspora” (aqbāṭ al-mahjar) mainly refers to Coptic immigration to European countries, the US, and Australia. Waves of migration to these countries began in the early 1960s, and it was a common for Egyptian citizens...


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