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Party-owned media, until recently the only true competitor for state-owned media, was the Party Press whose leaders also enjoyed limited censorship. Whilst Arabic was selected (or enforced) as the official language of Egypt, Coptic - the language of the church, which would have been heard in the Church of St Mary at the Monastery of the Syrins at Wadi Natrun pictured here - was retained for liturgical services and remains in use today Despite being a successful governor, Handhala ibn Safwan al-Kalbi is replaced when the new Umayyad caliph, Hisham, succeeds in Damascus.

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Publisher: Scholar's Choice (February 19, 2015)

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