Al-Azhar denounced a call by one of its senior scholars to demolish cinemas that will present the new film of prophet Noah.
European Union for Coptic Organizations in Europe expressed its satisfaction at the announcement of Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi who decided to run for president.
Abba Moussa, Bishop of Youth, said that the Islamic Affairs Council gives an opportunity to demonstrate centrist and gentleness of Islam.
Army and police forces arrested 21 people they described as extremists and criminals in a security operation lasted for two days in Sinai.
Egyptian human rights delegation returned to Egypt after visiting Paris to demand naming the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist group.
Police in Sharkia governorate arrested two extremely dangerous terrorists with machine guns and other weapons in their possession.
Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, Commander in Chief of the Egyptian Armed Forces, attended today training of rabid deployment force of high capabilities formed to fight terrorism and carry out special tasks against terrorists.
Tharwat Kherbawi, former leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, accused human rights organizations of receiving huge funds from the Muslim Brotherhood in order to support them before public and international opinion against the Egyptian state.
Father Polous Halim, spokes person of the Coptic Orthodox Church, said that Pope Tawadros II, Pope of Alexandrian and Patriarch of St. Mark See, has assigned Abba Rafael, bishop of downtown Cairo and secretary of the Holy Synod, to travel to Russia today in a pastoral care visit.
Principal of Dimocrat school in Luxor has punished two teachers for attending Sunday Prayers calling them infidels and refusing to apply the law that permits Coptic Christians to attend Sunday Prayers before they go to works on Sundays.
Three new books written by the late Pope Shenouda III was published and introduced by Pope Tawadros II in the second anniversary of the departure of the late Pope.
For two days, Egypt's Army has raided several spots of terrorist and criminal areas in North Sinai.
Pope Tawadros II, Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of Saint Mark See, celebrated today the holy liturgy at the second anniversary of the departure of the late Pope Shenouda III.
During his meeting today with Dr. Jerry Van Dyck, U.S. State Department advisor on Foreign Relations, Dr. Ibrahim Negm, Egypt's Mufti's adviser, said terrorist attacks by the terrorist group of the Muslim Brotherhood won't prevent developing our modern state in Egypt.
Rev. Refaat Fekry, head of media commission at Nile Evangelical Synod and spokesperson of the Evangelical Church, said that restoration of the burned churches by the Muslim Brotherhood, after the dispersal of Rabaa Adawia and Nahda sit-ins, will be carried out in two stages.
During his historical visit to St. Makarious monastery, H.H. Pope Tawadros II headed the mass today.
Hany Ramsis, Coptic lawyer, demanded the Egyptian government to pay for medical treatment of Salama Fawzy Tobia who was shot in Libya last week.
Ahmed Mohamed Ali, spokesperson of Egypt's military published today pictures of the initial perception of youth economic housing project for young people.
For the first time since his enthronement, Pope Tawadros II, paid official visit, to St. Makarius' monastery.
Dr. Naguib Gabriel, head of the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights, will organize an international conference about prosecuted Christians in the Middle East in the presence of many public figures and journalists.
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