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After deciding to change the name of the village of Al-Kosheh in Sohag to the village of Al-Salaam [meaning, Peace] in accordance with the wishes of the local administration... the local administration units in a number of cities and villages in Upper Egypt are conducting a comprehensive research...
On January 7th, the special warrior, Lieutenant General Fou’ad Aziz Ghali died. With his death, Egypt has lost one of its faithful sons who gave his life for the dignity and safety of this country. He was awarded 23 medals for his excellent performance in the October War.
In interviews from Cairo to the deep southern town of Kosheh, many Egyptians voiced mistrust and scorn for the other religion, while others said Egypt enjoyed religious harmony and that Kosheh was an isolated incident.
The national disaster that took place in Al-Kosheh should not be used to push the ruling party towards democratic reform. It is also not a good occasion for taking revenge over political enemies. The only result of all that would be the failure to reach a solution. In other words the author claims...
Bishop Wissa, Bishop of Al-Balyana and Dar El-Salam, where Al-Kosheh is located, was sending many faxes to international human rights organizations, and to Copts living abroad, demanding that they rise and save the Copts of Egypt from the killings they suffer at the hands of Muslims!!! Wissa spoke...
The discussion at the press conference of the New York Council of Churches on June 28 [transcript presented in last week’s RNSAW] was mainly with members of the American Coptic Union. Before the press conference Drs. Cornelis Hulsman interviewed Rafique Iscander, chairman and founder of the...
Since 1948, Al-Azhar has produced a series of fatwas in which Al-Azhar scholars confirm the fact that Al-Azhar refuses normalization with Israel in all its shapes and means.
Helwan, a suburb of Cairo, is a clear example of the good relations between Egypt’s Muslims and Christians. At the present time, Helwan’s Christian religious figures are well respected by both Muslims and Christians.
One of Egypt’s most prominent and respected social activists.
The author is highly critical of this Coptic human rights activist.

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