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The Internet site of Michael Mounir reported about the incident at Taha Al-’Ameda in a way that makes it seem that there is sectarian strife in Egypt. The US Copts claimed that the government gives security officers free reign increases the brutal attacks against Copts.
Barnabas Fund reported that the death of three Christians in Samalut was murder. AWR believes that is not the case. This article tries to explain the differences in positions.
Dialogue between the Episcopal Church and the Azhar. Comment on stories about the attempted conversion of Wafa Costantin, the wife of a Coptic Orthodox priest in Abū al-Mattamir.
Michael Meunier, the maintainer of the Copts Daily Digest placed the link of an article of Mohammed Salmawy, editor-in-chief of the Al-Ahram Hebdo and chairman of the Arab Defense League, on the Digest he found Salmawy subtly criticized president Mubarak for blaming the Copts outside of Egypt for...
U.S. Copts Association reported three months ago that a church was destroyed in the bishopric of H.G. Bishop Marcos. The destruction was followed by a presidential order to rebuild the church immediately. Yet, three months later, a press release of the U.S. Copts Association states, the governor of...
Meunier is obviously not happy with the request of the Coptic Orthodox Church of Beni Suef to stop his campaign for Fayza. He makes one threat after the other. His correspondence is provided here.
Bishop Ghabriel writes sister Fayza lives "in a secure position and the church is perfectly taking care of her. Her children are enjoying great care and love, on the part of the church. The church is also keen on solving her financial and social problems." And "We want brother Michael Mounier to...
We wrote in the RNSAW, week 17, art. 18, that the information in the April 27 press release of the US Copts Association claiming the Egyptian government "moves to abduct two Coptic children from their own mother and hand them to strangers, under the name of Islam!" is misleading. Both the chairman...
The author recounts the stories of some of the emigrant Copts, to reach the conclusion that their claims about Copts being persecuted in Egypt are nothing but lies. He believes that the problem is not simply with some of those living outside Egypt, but also with a small number of people helping...
A new group, lead by Maurice Sadeq, was formed to defame Egypt. This usually happens whenever President Mubarak is about to visit the United States. The group claimed that Christians are persecuted in Egypt. Almost all Christian societies refused to take part in a meeting the group called for.

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