Wondered the same thing. I guess there are some controversies ripping through the OO world according to Jonathan.
The controversy is this:
H.E. Metropolitan Bishoy, teaches a number of things dogmatically, that are based on proof text from scripture, and occasionally proof text from the fathers. H.E. has not tolerance from any opinion different from his own, even in matters that are not at all (or should not be) dogmatic.
H.E. has an article on his website fighting for the Augustinian doctrine of Original Sin (not a proper Orthodox doctrine under the same title).
H.E. has excommunicated a layman without trial for defending the proper Orthodox understanding from St. Athanasius, rather than original sin (laid out with arguments from the fathers, not just proof texts, so who is H.E. fighting against? a random layman? or the fathers?).
H.E. teaches dogmatically against the Assumption of the Virgin (which is not a dogma, and should not be elevated to the real of dogma either positively or negatively), and has called to changes to the liturgical books to suit his personal views, in over-reaction to the RC position of making the Assumption a dogma.
I believe H.E. was behind the excommunication of Dr. George Bebawi, without trial, or attempts at reconciliation. I don't remember for sure.
H.E. harasses good priests, interrogating at priests' conferences in order to find out who's speaking out against his points of view and shut them down.
H.E. is one of the leading candidates for the Papacy, and has written numerous articles defending his own candidacy for the papacy against those who call for obedience to Nicaea.
It seems the most embarrassing articles have been removed from H.E.'s website, but anyone who wants to know the truth about him need only read his writings: http://www.metroplit-bishoy.org/english/
(though the worst articles are only on the Arabic side). Or read: http://canon15.nicaea.ca/index.php/discussion-with-h-e-anba-bishoy
H.G. Anba Serapion, H.G. Anba Youssef, and Fr. Athanasius seem to be the only ones with the courage to stand up to this bully, who persecutes good priests, and uses excommunication against those who speak out against his political power.
It doesn't matter if Judas partook or not in the grand scheme of things. What matters is to stand up to H.E., and say "anaxios, we do not want you to be our Pope, we do not accept your opinions as dogma, we do not hold you above the fathers, you cannot bully us, go back to your see and leave us alone".
Unfortunately H.E. is good at politics, at swaying people, at putting on a holy show, at gathering a following. No doubt H.E.'s defenders will jump in here, accuse me of slander, and praise H.E.'s saintliness. It doesn't matter. The truth is available to anyone who wants to read for themselves.