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The author analyses the statement of the recent Coptic conference that was held in Montreal, Canada, last April.
The author asserts that Copts are part of Egyptian society, listing a number of elements that support his opinion.
The author criticizes Pope Shenouda’s recent contradictory decision regarding many important issues that concern Copts in Egypt.
The author spoke about the reasons, aim and outcomes of holding a Coptic conference in Montreal, Canada, last April.
The author criticizes statements made by intellectual Dr. Silīm al- ‘Awā, in which he emphasizes that Copts are dependent on foreign support in solving their problems and that Copts’ conditions are very much better than those of Muslims.
Author Hānī Labīb argues that globalization, according to its Western version in general and the American version in particular, represents a serious threat to citizenship. He adds that national sovereignty is no longer absolute or immunized.
The rights of the Copts are based on a law legitimized by Islam.
Mamdouh Nakhla, head of the Al -Kalīma Center for Human Rights, is participating with Muhammed al-Dirinī and ‘Aboud al- Zumour in the authorship of a book entitled "The Hell Capital" about how Christians and prisoners are treated in Egypt.
Tahānī Ibrahīm castigates expatriate Coptic minority pressure groups and praises the exemplary behaviour of the Nubian minority.
Those who try to create hostility between Islam and the followers of the other religions do not behave in a correct Islamic manner but express a personal inclination and a religious disturbance within their minds. The Qur’an makes it clear that the relationship between Muslims and the followers of...

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