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An opinion article in Sawt al-Ummah was published under the title “Mīnā Danīyāl disobeyed the church...Demanded the martyrdom and earned it.” [Īmān Mahjūb, Sawt al-Ummah, Dec. 25, p.7] Read original article in Arabic 
On the other hand, an official in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs denied figures about the number of Coptic migrants because of religious persecution after the revolution. Media reports had noted that the Ministry had the number of 45,000 Copts migrated because of religious discrimination in Egypt...
Muhammad Salīm al-‘Awā, Islamic thinker and presidential hopeful, for his part, said that the Egyptian media is corrupted. He added that there are attempts to divide Egyptians and warned of discriminating between Muslims, Christians, seculars and liberals. He added that Copts are partners in the...
During the European –Arab Conference, “The Contribution of Religious Minorities to Society”; launching event of the academic exchange program between the University of Vienna and higher education institutions in Lebanon and t
Statistics about Christians in Egypt has been a problematic topic for many years.
There are over 15 million Coptic Christians in Egypt, with another 1.5 million Egyptian Copts residing abroad, Bishop Yoannis declared on Sunday.
Cairo, June 1 2012: As part of the visit of an Austrian university delegation, containing both students and professors, a meeting with a retired professor from the Coptic Orthodox Seminary, Professor Kamāl Farīd Ishāq was arranged. The meeting was centred on the concern of the professor for a...
Mr. 'Izat Na'īm Jindī is the founder and director of the Spirit of Youth, which is a local human rights NGO aimed at helping the garbage collectors community known in Egypt as Zabalīn [coming from the Arabic word zibālah, meaning garbage]. The zabalīn are mostly independent Coptic Christian...
One of the members of the Austrian University delegation that visited Egypt between May 23 and June 3 was Daniel Podertschnig who, following his return to Austria, reported for the Catholic News Service of Austria.  
This is a comment on an article with similar title published today on a blog called “Salamamoussa. Reclaiming Egypt,” named after Salāmah Mūsá (1887-1958), a well-known journalist, writer, and advocate of secularism and Arab socialism who was born into a wealthy, land-owning Coptic family in the...

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