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The Iraqi author in this article shared her thoughts and remarks after listening to an interview conducted by the British Broadcasting Corporation BBC with an Iraqi bishop on the situation of Christians in Iraq between the 2003 U.S. invasion and the departure of US troops from the country, and the...
On the other hand, American Diaspora Copts organized a march for Saturday in front of the White House to reject the bombing of Syria. Majdī Khalīl, director of the organization, Coptic Solidarity, based in the U.S. said that the goal of the march is to confirm that Middle East Copts will not be the...
In an interview with al-Wafd, the official spokesman for the Egyptian Catholic Church, Father Rafīq Greish, said that former U.S. President George W. Bush is responsible for the Sayyidat al-Najāh Church massacre in Iraq because it is one of the consequences of the President allegedly destroying...
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.  
In Iraq, the persecution of Christians continues and many Christian families are leaving Mosul for Baghdad while there are estimates that a third of the Christian population has left the country.
Sanā’ al-Sa‘īd interviews Pope Shenouda.
The author comments on the U.S. Commission on International Freedom’s report on religious freedom in Iraq, and the migration of Christians from the region.
Christian communities in the Orient and their declining numbers are discussed in the following article, as well as some of the reasons behind this decline.
Jamāl Abū al-Futūh comments on a few-minute long video clip that spread like wildfire via mobile phones among Egyptian youths about the execution of a teenage girl. The clip claimed that the girl is a Copt being stoned because she embraced Islam.
The article considers to what extent political Islam movements have influenced religious intolerance.

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