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Father Salīb Mattá Sāwīris bemoans sectarianism and calls for equality.  
The European Parliament has condemned the “systematic persecution” of Christians in Egypt and Malaysia. Egyptian diplomats worked in vain to prevent Egypt and Malaysia being tarred with the same brush. Some people criticized the decision as being the work of right-wing Christian European groups and...
This editorial, republished from the Wall Street Journal by Watani International emphasizes the issue of Christian persecution throughout much of the Muslim world. Pointing to the fact that out of the top 10 worst persecutors of Christians, 8 of those listed are Muslim nations.  
Sidhum continues his series of articles about the difficulties Copts face in the Upper Egyptian governorate of Minya. In this article Sidhum focuses on Coptic NGOs and states that such societies are often used by Coptic congregations when there is no church nearby. The article highlights the case...
Al-Wafd interviews Michel Munīr, head of Copts United in the United States.
The author highlights the recently published book ‘Al-Mutahawwilūn Dīniyyan’ [Religious Converts] by Hānī Nasīrah.
The author casts light on the issue of removing the religion field from the personal ID card and its effects on the civilian society.
Robeir al-Faris provides a round up of the Cairo press this month. He covers the case of the murder trial of Marwa al-Shirbīni which is taking place in Germany, looking in particular at an article written by Ibrāhīm Isá in al-Dustūr that reflects on the Egyptian reaction to the case. Al-Faris also...
The rights pertaining to houses of worship are one of the core areas of conflict between Muslims and Christians in Egypt and are a source of grievance for many Christians. Sidhum explains the cases of two such cases involving Christians’ legal rights in detail in this article, one from 1923 and the...
The conflict in ‘Izbar Bushrá is ended through a reconciliation session.

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