Mohammed Ibrahim, Egypt's Minister of Interior, held press conference today in which he congratulated the Coptic Christians on Christmas as well as the new year.
In its statement, the Salafi Front had decided to boycott referendum on the amended constitution describing it as a “forged document made by the government of a military coup”.
Abram Louis, founder of Victims of Kidnapping Association, said that authorities in Egypt should grant “religious advice and guidance sessions” for any person who is willing to convert to Islam in order to save their families and reassure them about their children.
Abba Armia, member of the Holy Synod, said that Pope Tawadros II, Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of St. Mark See, has arrived to Germany in a pastoral visit to the Coptic congregation there after he left Austria.
Gen. Abdul Fatah al-Sisi, Egypt’s minister of defense, asked NGOs to provide available lists for street children in order to get them enrolled in military technical schools saying this should enable them to participate in developing their country and solve many problems.
Michele Bachman, member of the U.S. House of Representatives, said that the American government will have to name the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization in case the Egyptian government does.
Egyptian writer Farida Shobashy demanded today to ban the Islamic headscarf in Egypt after a woman wearing niqab had killed a taxi driver who tried to get through a demonstration of the Muslim Brotherhood in Mansoura.
A group of gunmen has attacked St. George Church in Barba village, Assiut.
Dr. Seham Adieb, Coptic Christian woman, has filed a complaint against Dr. Amin Lotfy, president of Beni Suef University, after he dismissed her from the job of Assistant Secretary of the University.
Mohamed Gamal, 33 years old taxi driver, was killed yesterday for he tried to pass a demonstration of the Muslim Brotherhood that cut off the road in Mansoura.
On its official web page, al-Nour ultra conservative party urged its supporters to vote “yet” in the upcoming referendum on the amended constitution.
Fanatics in Fayoum have promised an Islamic state by writings on the walls of St. Mina Church in Fayoum. They have also insulted the Pope and the Church as well.
The official page of the Muslim Brotherhood have published a photo of a Coptic Christian family raising four fingers, which they considered the symbol of Rabaa Adawia and Nahda sit-ins.
Bishop of the Chaldean Church in Babylon called the Oriental Churches to issue a joint statement addressed to the Muslims in the Middle East demanding them to support freedom of belief.
Three Christian school girls were barbarically beheaded by masked attackers in in the highly tense province of Central Sulawesi, west Indonesia.
As an unprecedented cold wave hits Egypt, Youth Bishopric has launched an initiative to donate old jackets for the poor children and the needy.
In a humanitarian tragedy, an old poor man has died of cold after he was expelled from hospital after he had no money to pay the hospital or no relatives to take care of him.
Pope Tawadros II, Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of St. Mark See, praised the new constitution saying that it is fairly good one.
Time magazine selected Pope Francis as its Person of the Year.
The final list included gay rights activist Edith Windsor, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas and Syrian President Bashar Assad.
Aiming to reduce marital disputes, the Coptic Orthodox Church in Alexandria announced a compulsory pre-marriage course.
The Saints Church in Alexandria is getting security enhancements this year with the celebrations of Christmas and the new year.
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