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The conspiring motives of the Sunday Telegraph’s campaign against Egypt are being revealed day after day. The British-American-Zionist attempts to trigger a ’Coptic Issue’ in Egypt, referring to Copts as a persecuted minority, is a way to implement the religious persecution law recently approved by...
The paper interviewed people in the street, actors, actresses and journalists who all stressed the unity between Muslims and Christians. Dr. William Qilada discusses the Hamayouni law. The paper is convinced countries as Britain and Israel would like to see Egypt’s national unity destroyed.
What was published in the Sunday Telegraph and other US newspapers [the Sunday Telegraph is published in the United Kingdom- editor] in terms of paid advertisement comes from a very small minority of Copts living abroad, whose number does not exceed seven and are known by name. They paid more than...
El Akhbar newspaper took part in the beautiful demonstration of unity and love between Muslims and Christians which was held in Sohag Governorate.
The rude campaign goes on against Egypt. In cooperation with members of the American Congress, a British lord has sent a threatening letter, warning that he will launch a fierce campaign against Egyptian tourism if the persecution of Copts does not stop.
Christina Lamb wrote her article without having been in Egypt since 1988. Her husband is actively involved with the Jewish lobby in the USA.
Suddenly, the American paper ’Boston Globe’ came up with a front page story on Persecution of Egyptian Copts by police. According to the paper, police committed brutal acts of torture, beating them up, electrocuting them, and threatening to rape women. In another development, the paper said Bishop...
Interview with Drs. Kees Hulsman, the first correspondent to visit el-Koshh. The interview focused on the Sunday Telegraph, earlier sensational reporting on Egypt by a co-production of channel four and Dutch TV (Evangelical Broadcasting Company), what had happened in el-Koshh and the role of human...
Major General Ahmed Bakr Suhag’s governor condemned the arrogant letter of the British Lord David Alton. Bakr said no foreigner has the right to intervene in Egypt’s internal affairs, and he confirmed the independence of Egypt’s decisions and its sovereignty.
Ninety eighty percent of the US Senate voted for the religious persecution law which forces the White House to take measures against countries accused of practicing any form of religious prosecution. Despite objections to the law while it was being discussed [in Congress] earlier this year, the...

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