23. Terrorists wanted by justice in Egypt enjoy liberty abroad!
Date of source:
September 22-28, 2001
The article gives an outline of the terrorists that the Egyptian courts convicted but who were offered asylum by foreign countries, among which was America. It sheds light on their crimes and the judgments made against them. The author points out that America, which once hosted some of these terrorists was attacked by terrorism on September 11.
6. Takfīr of Coptic girls in Muslim Brotherhood leaflets
Date of source:
Students at Upper Egypt universities who belong to the Muslim Brotherhood distributed leaflets inviting Muslim students to wear a Ḥijāb as an aspect of their Islamic faith and warned against wearing perfumed clothes.
Sawt al-Umma presents a special report on the economic and social conditions of Upper Egyptians. The report clearly accuses the Egyptian regime of neglecting the grievances of these people and of being unjust in dealing with Upper Egypt’s governorates.
Jennifer Drago, an American Christian volunteer who is living with her family in Upper Egyptian provincial town Banī Suwayf (Beni Suef), reflects on her experiences at a beach camp with Coptic orphan girls. Her article shows that the mentality of Egyptian Muslims and Christians is often strikingly similar, for example when it comes to hospitality, dealing with authorities or envisioning gender relations and family models.
The writer gives a brief description of Bishop Musa, the Bishop of Youth, and his achievements. Bishop Musa rejects the use of the word ‘minority´ with regards to Copts. In his writings, he always calls for national unity, stressing that Copts and Muslims are one people living in one homeland.