Ikhwanweb :: The Muslim Brotherhood Official English Website

Thu93 2020

Last update18:06 PM GMT

Back to Homepage
Font Size : 12 point 14 point 16 point 18 point
:: Arab Revolutions > EGYPT
Morsi to Egyptian Christians at Home and Abroad: Egypt One Homeland for All
Morsi to Egyptian Christians at Home and Abroad: Egypt One Homeland for All
Egyptian President Morsi congratulates Christians on New Year 2013 and assures Copts at home and abroad that Egypt is indeed one homeland for all.
Thursday, January 3,2013 10:28

President Mohamed Morsi congratulated leaders of Christian communities in Egypt on the occasion of Christmas and the New Year 2013.

In a press statement, the presidency said that Dr. Morsi telephoned Dr.  Safwat Bayadi, President of the Anglican Church; Bishop John Kolta, Deputy Patriarch of Catholic Copts in Egypt; Dr. Rafiq Habib, well-known thinker and writer; Rev. Mounir Hanna Anis, Bishop of the Episcopal Church in Egypt, North Africa and the Horn of African, and congratulated them.

The statement added that the President focused on the unity of Egypt as the homeland of Muslims and Christians alike, and expressed his personal warm congratulations as well as congratulations of all the Egyptian people for their Christian brothers at home and abroad.
tags: Morsi / Christians / Copts / Rafiq Habib / Muslims / Egyptian People
Posted in EGYPT  
Related Articles
Muslim Brotherhood and Freedom and Justice Party Delegation Congratulates Copts on Pope Election
Democratic Experience for Copts and the Muslim Brotherhood
Darrag: Dahshur Problem Not Sectarian Strife; Copts are Citizens in Their Homeland
Writers, Judges, Diplomats and Copts: Morsi Speech Great Initiative for National Reconciliation
Omaima Kamel: Women and Copts to Be Represented in Presidential Institution
Muslim Brotherhood, Freedom and Justice Party Offer Condolences to Egypt’s Copts over Death of Pope Shenouda III
Dr. Badie: Brotherhood Committees to Include Copts, Discuss Building Egypt’s Future Together
Saad Al-Husseini Meets Bishoy; Holds Dialogue With Young Copts About Egypt's Political Future
Alexandria Copts Displacement Claims Dismissed; Freedom and Justice Party Participates in Popular Committees Protecting Christian Homes