Short But Not Sweet
Mena Habeeb | 21 March 2012
After the departure of the Pope Shenouda, many hardline Islamists were thinking of making the Copts feel better, so they tried to issue some funny announcements,..
Magdy Malak | 19 March 2012
Pope Shenouda, you will remain always in our hearts, in our minds, and in our souls. What you have left for us was entirely enough to maintain our soul and to save our life. Your books, your sermons, your education, and your humility. Your nation love you and will love you forever. ..
Mena Habeeb | 16 March 2012
Egyptian judiciary attributed for long time of slow judges that used to last for years. Now it looks like the revolution has come to fix that: In few days ..
Magdy Malak | 14 March 2012
It seems that Egypt has become addicted to the term, "Anonymous." The old regime, before the revolution and after revolution, remained anonymous. Before the revolution, the doer of El-kosh, Kedessen, Omrania, was anonymous...
Mena Habeeb | 12 March 2012
I have always thought that governors of Egypt love the Chinese idiom that says, “Beat the grass, to scare the snakes”. But upon hearing that the priest of al-Merinab church was sentenced to 6 months for irregularities in..
Magdy Malak | 8 March 2012
After the announcement of Mansour Hassan electing himself in the presidential elections, we can say that there is renewed hope in our midst. Can we assume that a balance between the religious groups in parliament,..
Mena Habeeb | 6 March 2012
I was happy to hear that an Islamic MP is undergoing a plastic surgery to make his nose more beautiful. I thought this might show that he is open-minded. However, hearing that he lied about it and made out a story ..
Magdy Malak | 5 March 2012
After the ridiculous way NGO member, left Egypt, we can be sure that the whole world is laughing at us now. While the Prime Minister said we will not kneel, the SCAF has made all Egyptians bend to their power...
Mena Habeeb | 2 March 2012
Few Months ago, an Egyptian sheikh stressed that a Muslim in Pakistan is dearer to the Egyptian Muslim than any Coptic Egyptian! Today, another famous Egyptian sheikh says that the Egyptian Muslim should belong to Islam more than to Egypt!..
Magdy Malak | 12 December 2011
It seems that we have to cover our mouth according to the last statements for Salafis to complete the series of covering which include till the moment hands, face, monuments, legs ......
Others | 2 October 2011
Those who are able to move ,they did the right decision . in the same time,those who left behind facing the fanatic ,ecomomic hard ship and uncertain future ,they need help. if they have relative or friend in us ,the relative should not forget them.God defiently will not forget them . the situation in Egypt was reached to seriou turning point. , the economic hardship give the fanatic to control. if election result come in favo of r the fanatic, Egypt will be a case study of genocide..
Others | 25 September 2011
When u think the world is in so much turmoil so much evil this shows that all power is in his hand thank u lord i know he is real because one day he set my soul on fire in 1970 .who can live under sand unless GOD was there...
Others | 4 September 2011
1.i would agree with some of your demands however if you dont get them all doesnt mean we are not equals. 2. for example removing religion from identification?? Wouldnt u wanna be sure of the religion of the person u are marrying also it wouldnt help as if i want to know your religion to discriminate against you your name could be enough would you change that too ?it is not about IDs it is about learning to coexist and love each other ...
Others | 7 August 2011
As of the terror attack in Norway, it says that a norwegian man did it. I have a feeling that Radical Islam is behind this, and they are using this man as a tool front of the world...
Others | 31 July 2011
One of the principles of "Islamic" Shari'a is that women are not equal to men (for example in testimony, some jobs, divorce... to mention but a few". How can you solve this problem with regard to The Universal Declaration of Human Rights? ..
Others | 24 July 2011
I can understand that that Copts may have demands like any other group in Egypt. Also, they have the right to demand and demand big. They may get some and they may not get the rest of their demands. This normal and acceptable.Discriminated against..
Others | 17 July 2011
Whoever read this just agree with me in Jesus name,father God we thank u that u hear and answer prayers please God help those victims and their families,we cover all of them with the precious blood of your son we ask that your grace will surround them your healing,Holy spirit streams,to them and their families the intervention of you Holy spirit in their lives,and safe return to all of them in Jesus mighy name. amen ...
Others | 10 July 2011
And i wonder why nobody speaks about the salafists in syria. there`s no word that the assad regime could be right with their statements about salafists.no. we blame the salafists in germany at the moment and support the "opposition" in egypt, syria and so on? i see no sense in it..but maybe someone has more information about it. at the moment some friends in syria fear the (part of the) demonstrants - not the military, they told me on the phone...
Others | 3 July 2011
What national unity? In Egypt? There is no national unity since Islam invaded Egypt. To solve a problem one must tackle the source. The source of the problem is Islam...
Others | 26 June 2011
Our dear beloved Marianna and all CTVchannel crew. We are very sorry for what happened to you, we ask the lord Jesus Christ to protect you and help you in this difficult time.We admire the\\\' team work' of CTV crew to save Marianna .You are doing a very good job and without you,we are the people in Sydney,Austrlia would not be able to know any REAL news .Keep going and do not be discouraged .God bless all of you...
Others | 19 June 2011
I would like to comment on the issue of us Christians putting ourselves and the church in conflict with the Salafis and the Islamists specifically re: Christian women who convert and leave the church. I'd like to start by saying that we ought to defend and protect our people from the wolves out there, but if a Copt decides to convert, I do believe they do not deserve the protection and our attempts to convince them to stay true to their Coptic faith. If they have betrayed our faith and our history, then we ought to leave them to go and save our blood and that of the church. I can't recall the last case of Iman, I think that was her name, where it ended, but this was an example of her converting to avoid marital abuse. In my opinion she does not deserve the protection and support of the church, just let her go, they are losing all the way. I'm sorry but that is how I feel about it. ..