Churches in Egypt
Christian leaders in Egypt have sent the nation’s government a draft of legislation on church construction, according to a Fides news agency report.

Church construction has been subject to hostile regulations-- some of which date from Ottoman times, others from 1934-- and to the whim of local authorities. The government of President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, who assumed office in June, has signaled an openness to regulations that are more favorable to Christians.

Let's pray that this comes to pass and they can build churches as they need them. 
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Yes, hopefully the regulation is the right decision for all. Church construction indeed must follow local regulations so that it does not cause polemic in the future.
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Did you check the date of that post?
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(02-10-2020, 08:38 AM)MyLady Wrote: Did you check the date of that post?

I assumed it was a spammer, as it usually is when an ancient post by someone who's been banned is suddenly resurrected/
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