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This article reviews the history of Coptic political participation in Egypt. After stating that the period of the Ottoman Caliphate was "among the worst historical periods for Egypt's Copts," Lam‘ī comments that subsequent Coptic political history can be divided into four epochs. These are the "...
Wafd Party member Rāmī Lakah (a Greek Catholic) said that his visit to Saint Mark's Coptic Orthodox Cathedral last Wednesday had nothing to do with the elections, but that he was just there to visit Pope Shenouda III. He said that the decision not to run for the al-Azbakiyyah district but to run...
This article reviews a book concerning the Egyptian national identity in recent history, especially focusing on the impact of religion.
Pope Shenouda praised the state's maintenance of contact with expatriate Egyptians at the 'Nation's Sons Abroad' conference.
The article highlights the statements of Muhammad Munīr Mujāhid, coordinator of Egyptians against Religious Discrimination, about discrimination against Copts.
The author reports on the church role in motivating Christians to participate in the parliamentary electoral elections
The author examines the Coptic political movement in Egypt..  
The National Democratic Party is being accused of practicing sectarian discrimination against the Copts and of marginalizing them from the political arena. Prof. ‘Amrū Hāshim Rabī‘ advocates for looking at the recent problems from a social, moral perspective rather than a religious and sectarian...
Two days ago the Coptic community of Egypt witnessed a unique event. On Sunday, February 14, Valentine’s Day, a rally was organized downtown by over two hundred Coptic participants in protest over the Naga Hammadi killings on Christmas Eve and the subsequent handling of the case by the government....
The author reports on letters from politically and socially concerned Egyptian citizens

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