In spite of the extreme grief over the martyrdom of the 21 Egyptian Copts in Libya, we are so happy for them. They were victims of both poverty and terrorism. They had only pain in their lives, but gain glory in heaven and on earth. They became glorious martyrs in our church and many churches should be built on their holy names. Now, we should remember them forever as great martyrs in our church who got the better life in heaven...
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Gangs specialized in kidnapping of the Copts and imposing royalties in Shamia village have increased..
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Tragically, there has been another attack on our church this year. A time when we are supposed to be celebrating the birth of our Saviour, we are mourning the loss of loved ones. I would like to point out wise words from Anba Angelos from England. "The worst thing that a Muslim can do to us, is