Hilmi Namnam, Egypt’s Minister of Culture, received today delegation of the Coptic Evangelical Organization for Social Services headed by Dr. Andrea Zaki.
Abba Arsany, bishop of the Netherlands, visited Sweden in the hospitality of Abba Abaker, Bishop of Scandinavia.
Dr. Sabri Ebada, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Awqaf, said that Muslim scholars agreed to Al-Azhar fatwa that nobody dares to call members of the Islamic State infidels.
German newspapers published reports about the huge fire at the monastery of St. Anthony in Germany.
Two people were injured and a nearby house was destroyed.
Delegation of the Coptic Orthodox Church arrived in Moscow on Tuesday to attend the forty-day memorial service of victims of the Russian plane in Sharm El-Sheikh on October 31st.
Abba Rafael, General Bishop of Churches in Midtown Cairo and secretary of the Holy Synod arrived to Amsterdam on a pastoral care visit to the Coptic Church there. He was received by Abba Arsany, Bishop of the Netherlands.
Anba Arsana, bishop of the Netherlands, ordained Deacon Stephen as general priest in the Netherlands, which is the first priest ordination in the diocese.
Police announced today the arrest of 17 leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood, who are involved in inciting violence against police and army.
Pope Tawadros II, Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of Saint Mark See, casted his vote on Tuesday in the parliamentary election runoff.
The Evangelical Church held a celebration in Sharm el-Sheikh entitled "Egypt peace in the love of Sharm el-Sheikh" to support tourism.
Helmi Alnmnm, Minister of Culture, said that the renewal of religious discourse has become a must to develop the Egyptian society. All Ministries and religious institutions should share this responsibility.
Police arrested a member of the Muslim Brotherhood on charges of running Facebook pages inciting violence.
Searching his house, police found homemade bomb and several weapons.
Police announced on Saturday the arrest of 18 leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood on charges of inciting violence against police and army and planning for terrorist attacks.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen, in a phone call, welcomed Pope Tawadros in Jerusalem and offered his sincere condolences in the departure of Abba Abraham, Coptic Bishop of Jerusalem.
Spokesman for the Coptic Orthodox Church said that Pope Tawadros traveled to Jerusalem on Thursday to attend the funeral of Anba Abraham, Bishop of Jerusalem, who passed away on Wednesday.
Ticino in Switzerland passed a law that officially bans wearing niqab in public areas, restaurants and shops.
A fine of 10 thousand francs is due in case the law is broken.
During his current visit to Japan, Egypt’s Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry met with the President of the Japanese parliament to discuss the relations between the two countries.
Coptic Orthodox Church denounced today the terrorist attack that targeted judges at Sinai.
It added in statement today that such attack aims to hinder the road map since the judges were in Sinai to supervise the second phase of the Parliamentary elections.
Spokesman for the Egyptian Foreign Ministry said that Egypt rejects the statements of secretary General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon, concerning the killing of infiltrators on the Egyptian border with Libya.
Pope Tawadros II, Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of Saint Mark See, invited the Egyptians to participate actively in the voting process in the parliamentary elections.
Ambassador Hamdi Loza, Deputy Foreign Minister, said that the total number of votes in the second phase abroad amounted 37 168 votes.
Hostages appear to leave the Bataclan concert hall as siege ends with two attackers reportedly having been killed