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[This article is a follow-up of another article about the same subject. RNSAW, 2001, week 26A, art. 26] Bishop Dimitrious and priests in Malawi strongly deny the claims of the Australian Coptic Association Youth Branch that four girls from Malawi had been kidnapped.
Several Egyptian media reported in May that four Christian girls from the Upper Egyptian town of Malawi had run away from their homes. The Australian Coptic Association Youth Branch had reported these girls were kidnapped and kept insisting this had been the case also after the girls had returned...
The minority that had organized the two marches in front of the United Nations building in Washington got negative results. The moderate majority expressed their rage and rejected these marches and dealing with a fanatical Zionist organization. Among the actions taken to express this rage is the...
The national democratic trend faced the first wave of religious bigotry with its Islamist slogans... We boldly face the second wave of religious bigotry that is falsely relating itself to Christianity... We are astonished by the birth of a religiously bigoted stance called "The Emigrant Christian...
[The text was placed a second time, with some changes, on June 30, 1999] Ten girls are mentioned by name. The advertisement claimed that they, along hundreds of others, were kidnapped, sexually violated and forced to convert to Islam.
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