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President of the U.S. Copts Association, Michael Munīr, has been severely criticized over his recent visit to Egypt and his meeting with a number of top officials. A number of expatriate Coptic activists have seen Munīr’s visit as "an act of betrayal of the Coptic cause.” Others have regarded the...
Nabīl Sāmu’īl Abādīr argues that NGOs promoting democracy should themselves be democratic.
Walīd ‘Urābī writes on the recent visit of Coptic activist Michael Munīr to Egypt.
Meunier, the leader of the U.S. Copts Association, recently visited Egypt and met with authorities. Members of the associated are angry that he did so without their involvement and claim that he had no right to speak for their organization or for Copts in general. He refutes their claims.
Celebrating the Evangelical Church’s 150 years of ministry in Egypt, Munā al-Mallākh writes on the history of Evangelicalism in Egypt.
The Coptic Evangelical Organization for Social Services (CEOSS) yesterday organized an intellectual panel with the participation of a number of Muslim and Christian religious leaders.
Egyptian Muslim and Coptic leaders promote brotherhood between the religions by celebrating Ramadan together.
The Islamic-Christian Conference currently being held at al-cAlamayn in the North Coast of Egypt, has affirmed the rejection of forming religious parties in Egypt for they only lead to creating clashes even amongst people of the same faith.
The Coptic Evangelical Organization for Social Services, the Azhar and the Ministry of Islamic Endowments arrange a Christian-Muslim conference. It was agreed in the opening session that Egypt is a lenient country whose Christians were never a racial minority as claimed by American reports.
In Cooperation with the Ministry of Waqfs, The Coptic Evangelical Organization of Social Services organized a conference, under the banner of scientific thinking between practice and ambitions. The head of the Azhar Permanent Committee for Inter Religious Dialogue said that the dialogue aims to...

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