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Imagine that you have switched on the television and found a man announcing to everybody that Copts are persecuted and that they suffer from the Islamic occupation that must leave Egypt. Minutes later, another man appears, explaining religion in his own way, saying that Christians are Kufar [non-...
"...Al-Kosheh is a wealthy village in a poor area. Seventy percent of its inhabitants are Copts among a group of villages with a Muslim majority. The inhabitants of the area complain of corruption. The representation of Copts in local councils is zero. Inhabitants of Al-Kosheh are living a state...
The debate around the problems of Copts in Egypt is one of the most important issues that is raised every now and then. Accordingly, I have preferred to write about the situation of Copts in Egypt by defining certain points that are the core of these problems. Dealing with these points will help...
In this article, Dr. Michael discussed Coptic patriotic unity. It is an historical article in which he stated the honorable situations of the Copts throughout their whole history. In addition to this, he mentioned that the Copts have established a constitution in their dealings with Muslims and...
"No compulsion is there in religion" is a rule which Islam has set, respecting other heavenly religions [Judaism and Christianity]. It has even set rules of Shari’a concerning dealing with followers of other heavenly beliefs...
Without any introductions, it is known that playing with the Coptic issue is an old colonial card. Cromer used it, the Zionists used it, and nowadays, the Americans are using it to harm national unity! The latest scandals: 5 Copts going to America to find solutions for the problems of Copts! ...
Dr. Mustafa Al-Shakma in an interview with Atef Abdel-Ghany, talks about the forthcoming celebrations of the fourteen-hundredth anniversary of Egypt’s entry into the Islamic world. He insists that the people of Egypt were not forced to adopt Islam after its Fath [opening up of the land by Muslims...
The author briefly outlines the nationalist cooperation and generally peaceful coexistence of Muslims and Christians in Egypt over the last century. Yet in view of certain repeated accusations of Coptic Christians he asks the questions: Is there a deterioration in the principle of citizenship that...
The author responds to a controversial article of Islamic thinker Fahmy Howeidy, titled "The voice of the Coptic church". Howeidy mentioned that he is sorry for the behavior of Copts abroad because they meet with some Jewish extremists in a mutual attempt of which they may or may not know its...
Lebanese researcher George Qirm, a Christian, says "Non-Muslims were only severely persecuted under some Muslim rulers. Sporadic suppression as such was mainly governed by three factors: moody Caliphs, economic and social conditions of Muslim masses and intervention of foreign powers.

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