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The Egyptian Court of Cassation is looking into an appeal filed by the prosecution against Al-Kosheh sentences, amidst expectations of announcing its acceptance of the appeal.
This is the full text of an article written for Christianity Today in the US. It gives an overview of the Egyptian responses against the visit of a delegation of the US Commission for on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF). Many church leaders and observers believe the American focus on...
The Egyptian TV showed a program entitled "The third opinion." The participants debated the status of Copts in Egypt and the repercussions of the U.S. committee’s visit, as well as the matter of foreign intervention in Egypt’s domestic affairs. They also looked at the stance of expatriate Egyptians...
The visit of the US commission has proved the patriotism of Egyptians by their rejection of it. However, if the present state of affairs persists, this will not be the last time we see the commission, and the question of the government’s patriotism will remain. The writer concluded the article by...
The writer believes that human rights, part of which is religious freedom, cannot be achieved by investigating or writing reports. Human rights does not mean distributing humanitarian aid. She wonders why, if the US Commission on International Religious Freedom is concerned with the conditions of...
The USA Commission on International Religious Freedom issued a statement concerning its visit to Egypt. The information available on its Internet site said that the report on the commission’s visit to Egypt was being prepared and that the commission asked President Bush to raise the issue of Coptic...
Hundreds of Copts who live in North American took to the streets outside the White House to protest the Egyptian government’s sponsored persecution of Coptic Christians in Egypt. The demonstration took place while President Mubarak was inside the White House meeting with President Bush. The...
The US Commission on International Religious Freedom asked President Bush to raise religious-freedom issues with President Mubarak during the latter’s state visit to the United States. The request follows the return of a Commission delegation from a visit to Egypt.
The author believes that viewing foreign intervention in the Egyptian affairs as nothing but a conspiracy against Egypt and its people is a deluded view and an adoption of an unjustifiably defensive, isolationist position. He explains that his decision to meet the commission arose from a patriotic...
Although the visit of the American Commission on International Religious Freedom to Egypt ended, the issue of the visit and the meetings the members of the commission had with religious and public figures are still a hot issue in the Egyptian press. The article gives a list of the articles that...

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