In his weekly sermon, Pope Tawadros II, Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of St. Mark See, invited the people to participate in the upcoming referendum on the Constitution.
Ivonne Boshra, Coptic girl who was thrown off the roof of her house in Minya, said that fanatics have broken into her house after they had destroyed the doors, and threw her off the roof causing her serious injuries.
A piece of land owned by a Coptic Christian woman called Ivit Isak was seized by a thug called Abdul Gawad in Minya.
Medhat Kelada, head of the European Union of Coptic Organization for Human Rights, said that killing and attacking the Copts all over Egypt every now and then proves the officials are satisfied by such bloodshed.
According to a statement issued by the Ministry of Interior, police forces have arrested Ahmed Ezzat Mohamed Shaaban, the main suspect in assassinating Homeland Security Officer Mohamed Mabrouk, with huge amount of weapons and explosives in his possession.
Few hours after attacking the Copts in Dir Mawas, Copts in Nazlet Ebid were attacked for a dispute over a piece of land.
In his meeting with the anchor Ezzat Poulos in “Controversial Figures” talk show on Copts United TV, Dr. Naguib Abadir, founder of the Egyptians Party and Alternate member of the 50-members Committee to amend 2012 constitution, said that to amend the 2012 constitution was the mistake of June 30 revolution that eliminated this constitution.
Dr. Naguib Abadir, Alternate member of the 50-members Committee to amend 2012 constitution, praised the role his father Eng. Adly Abadir had played in favor of Egypt and the Copts. This came in his interview with "Controversial Characters" show on Copts United TV with the anchor Ezzat Poulos.
Rev. Sameh Maurice, pastor of Doubbara Palace, has invited all Coptic Christians to pray for Egypt.
He Tweeted today saying: “Let’s pray for our country at this significant moment”.
Rev. Refaat Fekry, media spokesman of the Evangelical Church, said today that passing religious articles in the Constitution contradicts the basic rules of democracy.
Ambassador Ihab Badawi, the spokesman of the presidency, said today that President Adly Mansour has issued the protest law of 25 articles divided into four chapters.
Dr. Mohammed Abu Hamed, former MP and head of Egyptians' Life Party, said today after participation in the mass campaign to support Gen. Sisi for the presidency in Suhag that Upper Egypt should not be left for the fanatics.
European Union of Coptic Organization for Human Rights EUCOHR announced today that Medha Kelada, head of the organization and Ibrahim Habib, EUCOHR's vice president, will participate at United Nations Conference on Minority Rights in Switzerland on 26 and 27 November.
In a phone call with Pope Tawadros II, Dr. Hazem Beblawy, Egypt's Prime Minister offered his condolences for the victims of Dahshur railroad crossing.
Interior Ministry announced two people were arrested today on charges of shooting police officers in front of St. Philopatir Church in Kafr Ziat.
Security forces have arrested 2 people with grenades belong to the Qassam Brigades and four guns belong to Hamas in their possession in Zeiton neighborhood in Cairo.
President Adly Mansour said he won't run for the presidency, but will return to work at the Constitutional Court.
50-members committee to amend 2012 constitution announced it will discuss affirmative action tomorrow for some categories like the Copts in the upcoming parliament.
Copts in Qusiya are suffering as the gang of Ahmed K. Zawila and his sons has been threatening the Copts by burning their properties and kidnapping their children in case they don’t pay the due royalties.
Many Coptic organizations and movements have organized a protest in front of the Shura Council demanding the 50-members committee to amend the 2012 Constitution to grant affirmative action for women, youth and Copts.
Pope Tawadros II, Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of St. Mark See, encouraged new enthroned bishops to exert great effort in teaching the congregation.
Activists take to the streets in downtown Cairo on Wednesday against a new protest law enforced with a string of arrests and the use teargas against crowds a day earlier