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The  Appropriations Subcommittee in the US Congress has rejected to send financial assistance to Egypt, in protest against the judicial ruling that has sentenced hundreds to death in Minya.
Side A Reinout Vos first introduces himself and tells Hulsman how he began his career at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and how he came to Egypt. Vos said that he studied history at Utrecht University, specializing in the history of Malaysia and Indonesia. After completing his Master’s degree,...
Background: John Wesley is a mission director at perhaps one of the largest international aid mission in the world; United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The organization provides economic development as well as humanitarian assistance around in the world with respect to...
Dr. Sa‘d al-Dīn Ibrāhīm, head of the Ibn Khaldūn Center for Development Studies, protests in writing the activities of the Mubārak regime. He says that it treats its citizens like slaves, takes a huge amount of foreign aid and then still tries to blame others, like himself, for seeking foreign...
The article discussions the furor that was caused by a document that allegedly showed how the U.S. was funneling aid into Christian organizations, and how the reporting on the issue help to stir up a media tempest.
A new Congress document was announced that showed the U.S. intentions to allocate special funds to Coptic organizations in Egypt. The American initiative sparked pretexts in Muslims and Christians alike as an attempt to American interference in Egyptian internal affairs.
The article discusses the rumors surrounding a document issued by U.S. AID regarding their annual aid to Egypt. It addresses the belief that the U.S. aid is being funnelled into areas with a Coptic majority.
The following lines present information about U.S. Aid to Egypt from the 1970s until now and observe the main goals of the aids throughout their history.
The Sunday Telegraph went on in its suspicious campaign against Egypt. It attacked this time 2000 Egyptian Copts who signed a statement refuting the paper’s allegations against Egypt.
The Sunday Telegraph has continued its suspicious campaigns against Egypt claiming Copts are persecuted. It published another article written by Christian Lamb. She claimed in her first article that more than 1200 Copts were arrested, tortured with electric shock and crucified.
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