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In an interview with CoptsUnited.com, Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei said that Copts have been ill-treated for decades and that society must come to terms with the issue and work to improve the situation. He warned against tyranny of the majority and said that the only way minorities can be safe is through...
The author talks about the real reason behind the decision taken by Pope Shenouda to leave the Churches Council, underlining it has nothing to do with the decision to ban Copts from visiting Israel.
The Coptic Orthodox Pope Withdraws His Church’s Membership from the Middle East Council of Churches Amid Controversy Within the Organization.   
The Holy Synod of the Coptic Orthodox Church holds a session in which it approves the Coptic Orthodox withdrawal from the Eastern Council of Churches, and decides not to avow Christian channels that are not controlled by the Holy Synod.
Al-Wafd reports on the Coptic Orthodox Church’s alleged withdrawal from the Middle East Council of Churches. The Coptic Orthodox Church has yet to officially announce this decision.
This article outlines the inception of an international Coptic Parliament, which is currently lobbying for support and international recognition. This will allow Copts to have a voice on the international level of politics and society.
Pope Shenouda’s personal secretary, Bishop Butrus, represents the Coptic Orthodox Church at the conference of the Middle East Council of Churches instead of Bishop Bīshūy.
The Copts United Website honors al-Wafd for its efforts regarding Coptic issues.
This article describes a conference held in Sharm al-Sheikh organized by the Coptic Evangelical Organization for Social Services. The director of the CEOSS, Nabil Abadir, stated that the purpose of the conference was to discuss “the tragic cultural dilemma Egypt is living through, hoping to build...
Copts celebrate Christmas in Egypt, and in Switzerland they offer their condolences to the family of ‘Adlī Abādīr. In between, Max Michel announces Christmas surprises.

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