Al-Watan newspaper reported that 20 people were suffering from fatigue And symptoms of suspected poisoning, today, Thursday, after they finished visiting the Monastery of the Virgin Mary in Bayad Al-Arab in Beni Suef, and ambulances took them to Beni Suef Specialist Hospital. The Beni Suef Security Directorate received a notification that a number of passengers on a parked bus were injured before the Snour tunnel on the eastern desert road. And the ambulance service paid 7 cars that transported 20 injured, including 14 children, from the bus to Beni Suef Specialized Hospital, complaining of a state of fatigue and symptoms of suspected food poisoning, after they had finished visiting the Virgin Mary in the white of the Arabs.
The Coptic Orthodox Archdiocese of Fayoum announced today that the guest house of Anba Abram located in the monastery of Saint Anba Abram in the village of Al-Azab, in Fayoum. This comes with strict rules of social distancing and precautionary measures after month of closure due to the spread of Corona virus.
Beba Diocese announced that Bishop Stephen returned to his office after recovery from severe illness. The congregation and clergy in the diocese expressed their happiness for the return of their spiritual father.
Dr. Muhammad Hani Ghneim, Governor of Beni Suef, visited the specialist hospital in Beni Suef to check on 20 patients suffering from food poisoning after their visit to the Monastery of the Virgin Mary in the village of Bayad al-Arab. Doctors assured that all the patients are in stable condition and they were discharged after receiving treatment and all necessary medical care.
Many churches in Alexandria resumed today serving Sunday schools in all age groups after suspension for of about 6 months. The Coptic Orthodox Church issued a statement yesterday to announce the resumption of church activities and services including Sunday schools by 50% in the capacity of churches inCairo and Alexandria.
Coptic Church mourned Father Mansour Barsoum, priest of the Church of St. Mark in Kafr Abu-Eid, affiliated to the diocese of Zagazig and Minya al-Qamh. The late father died at the age of 71 years, after a priestly service that extended for more than 23 years.
With the participation of 3 bishops, Helwan University discussed a doctoral dissertation on Coptic melodies and similar ones in four traditional churches. The spokesman for the Coptic Orthodox Church stated that the discussion of the message took place at the Faculty of Musical Education presented by the researcher Saad Boutros chanter of the Church of St. George Bakhmaroy in Shubra, under the supervision of Professor Dr. Yousry Al-Hamuli and Prof. Dr. Dalia Dimitri.
The Egyptian Coptic Orthodox Church headed by His Holiness Pope Tawadros II, mourned the Egyptian Businessman Muhammad Farid Khamis calling him the great national symbol, and one of the national economic figures. The church said in a statement that Khamis The late man took office of President of the Egyptian Federation of Investors Associations, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the British University and founder of the Oriental Weavers Group.
His Holiness Pope Tawadros II said that the idea ofestablishing a youth bishopric for America and Canada was inspired by the bishopric of youth founded by the deceased Pope Shenouda III nearly forty years ago. He added that the service of Bishop Moussa was crucial for the diocese and for the youth in the Diaspora.
Mina M. Azer
Bicycles should be for everyone and not only for males. This was the slogan announced by Margaret Najeh, a student in the second year of the Faculty of Arts in Minya. The campaign started by a questionnaire on the social networking sites, in which she asked girls if they want to ride bicycles, which totally contradicts with rules of Upper Egypt. Soon, the idea spread and girls started to go on a weekly ride. Gr