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Dr. Muhammad Hamdi Zakzouk, Egyptian Minister of Endowments, said that the vicious campaigns against Egypt which claim that there is persecution against Copts are campaigns made by suspicious foreign bodies that are obvious in their motives.
Encroachment on Islamic monuments and their use as administrative buildings are threatening the national heritage.
The People’s Assembly and Shoura Council members from Sohag have announced their strong condemnation of the rude letter sent from the British Lord to Sohag’s governor.
The Sohag members of parliament have sent a request to Dr. Fathi Serour, head of the Egyptian Parliament, to immediately reply to Lord David Alton who sent a message to the Governor of Suhag General Ahmad Abdel Aziz Bakr threatening to wage a campaign against Egypt’s tourism if he would not...
A conference condemning religious fanaticism took place yesterday in Sohag Governorate under the slogan of ’National Unity’. The Writers’ Association organized the conference. A large number of writers and artists were present in addition to Muslim and Christian religious leaders.
Information Minister Safwat El-Sherif condemned the campaign against Egypt by the foreign media concerning allegations that Christians are being persecuted. In an interview published in a London newspaper yesterday, El-Sherif announced that these allegations were unfounded and rely on fabricated...
Suddenly, we heard so many times the name of Al-Koshh. This forgotten country in Upper Egypt became very famous nationally and internationally. The disaster of Al-Koshh began, as we all know, by an ordinary crime. The real disaster was not what had happened there, but the way in which the...
This time the talk about persecution of Copts in the US started in England. The talk comes suddenly and is not about a terrorist group committing atrocities against both Muslims and Christians, but this time it is about the government turning against the Copts. This is the same government that was...
In a strong worded reply sent by Nabil Osman, head of the State Information Service, to Dominique Lawson, editor-in chief of the British Sunday Telegraph, [the Egyptian government] refuted the allegations of the torture of Copts in Egypt.
Egypt’s information minister has sent a comment to Britain’s "Sunday Telegraph" over allegations carried in the October 25 edition of the paper, reported the Middle East News Agency (MENA) yesterday. The paper published a full-page feature claiming systematic religious persecution and mass torture...

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