I don't see that Father James, or Metropolitan Bishoy have said anything controversial.
Protestantism and Catholicism are not Orthodoxy. They are deficient, and defective as means of salvation.
There is no salvation apart from the Orthodox Church of Christ. This does not mean that a Protestant, and a Catholic may not be united to the Orthodox Church as God wills and as God knows.
But formal Protestantism and the fullness of formal Catholicism are not Orthodox. This is why even in the case of Catholicism there are still many discussions which must take place.
This does not mean that Catholics should not be considered Christians, nor even many Protestants, and it is an error for Father Ambrose to keep posting this clip about Metropolitan Bishoy, as he appears to have done about 10 times in the past few days.
We know that His Holiness and our Coptic Orthodox Church considers the Catholic Church to be Christian. THIS is the position of our Church, confirmed by conciliar decisions. Father James is criticising the view that it does not matter what people believe. On the contrary I am firmly and absolutely of the opinion that protestant influences must be resisted and rejectec wherever they appear. I am firmly of the opinion that an Orthodox person who becomes a protestant is in danger of losing their salvation. This is nothing different to the view of Father James.
But many protestants are on their way towards Orthodoxy. I was. Therefore as Metropolitan Bishoy properly says, Protestantism does not have the power to save, nor even does it provide the sacrament of baptism. But God alone knows whether this or that Protestant is growing in Grace as God wills.