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58 Washington: The maker of the anti-Islam movie, Innocence of Muslims,' which outraged the Muslim world, has said that he has no regrets.' Egyptian-American Coptic Christian, Nakoula Basseley said that he stands by the incendiary movie, which
ST Anthony's Coptic Orthodox College in Frankston North has joined a growing list of Melbourne independent schools that have been forced to close in 2012 because of financial stress. The school's board announced on Tuesday that it will close its
CAIRO - The Coptic Pope Tawadros II was inaugurated Sunday at St. Mark's Cathedral in Cairo. It was the first time in four decades that the old Christian church ceremony held.
The newly chosen Coptic pope finds his people in a perilous situation. Nov. 4, Egypt 's Coptic Orthodox Church again has a spiritual leader as the country goes through a turbulent transition that has been particularly difficult for Christians.
In an interview with the privately-owned TV station, Tawadros said it is the role of the state to protect its citizens, and Copts are in need of reassurance from the government on many issues. "We live in a society where there are rights and duties,"
Bishop Tawadros, a trained pharmacist who headed a medicine factory, was chosen Sunday as the 118th pope to lead Egypt's Coptic Church on the same day he celebrated his 60th birthday. Born Wagih Sobhy Bakky Suleiman in the delta region of Mansura,
The Coptic Orthodox church of Egypt on Sunday organized a lavish gathering to pick its new pope. During the complex ritual and as per the tradition, a boy drew the name of Bishop Tawadros randomly from among the names of three
Egyptian Copts await new pope to succeed Shenouda III A council of Egypt's Coptic Christians voted for a shortlist of candidates last week Egypt's Coptic Christians will learn the name of their new pope on Sunday, when a blindfolded child selects the
A blindfolded boy will on Sunday select the new pope for millions of Coptic Christians in Egypt, becoming his mother's pride and joy in the process. Nearly 2,500 eligible voters made up of Coptic public officials, MPs, journalists and local
A council of Egypt's Coptic Christians voted on Monday in a process that will lead to the selection of a new pope for the ancient church, as the community struggles to assert its identity and rights amid a rising tide of Islamism that has left many