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A cheap and senseless intervention in Egyptian internal affairs is currently being launched through a number of platforms: big American newspapers, false advertisements campaigning against Egypt through allegations of persecution of Copts, circulation in the US Congress of reports and statements...
Subtitle: Immigration groups call for including Persecution Claims on the Agenda of Mubarak’s Visit to Washington Egyptian Coptic immigrant groups in the United States of America are re-launching their attacks on Egypt with claims of persecutions of Copts in Egypt. A suspicious report has also been...
The Al-Usbua newspaper alleges that the foreign funding received by Egyptian NGOs is used by some of them to provide foreign media (under lobbying pressure from Jewish/Zionist groups) with information that can defame Egypt. Additionally, US sponsored projects and programs carried out with the...
The US State Department released its annual report on the state of human rights in Egypt stating: "The government continued to commit numerous serious human rights abuses, although its record improved somewhat over the previous year."
An interview with Minister of Economy, Dr. Yousef Botros Ghali, on the relation between American aid and American political pressure on Egypt, including the Freedom from Religious Persecution Act.
Daniel Kurtzer, US Ambassador to Cairo, said relations between Egypt and the USA are excellent, and President Clinton cares about discussing the latest development in the region with President Hosni Mubarak. He said he himself assured that what happened in Al-Koshh has nothing to do with...
Egypt expressed its extreme objection to the ill meaning statements of Congressman Frank Wolf.
Economy Minister Yousef Boutros Ghali, a Coptic Christian, met last week in Washington with Republican Congressman Frank Wolf, author of the controversial Freedom From Religious Persecution Bill.
The Israeli television presented a program on the religious persecution in Egypt in which it was claimed that Egypt does injustice to the Christian minority.

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