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A TV discussion between two Copts, Gamal Asad and Mamdouh Nakhla, nearly turned into a dispute on air. The subject of the discussion was the visit of the US Commission on International Religious Freedom. Nakhla was of the opinion that the Commission’s visit was one with good intentions while Asad...
Despite all the criticism above Mamdouh Nakhla keeps insisting the accident was deliberately planned. He says that in all previous accidents ’the drivers who caused those accidents survived’ which is for him sufficient to suspect foul play.
Copts of the Diaspora, with many human rights activists, are disposed to believe the worst and it is natural that campaigners should take up the story. There is a culture of disingenuousness and misinformation amongst the Copts and this often leads to extremism in every quarter.
The suspicions in Mamdouh Nakhla’s press release amount to a conspiracy theory about the death of a priest without having any supporting evidence. Some American Coptic activists tried to convince the RNSAW not to publish this text in the RNSAW because it harms Nakhla’s credibility. The intensive...
Lawyer Mamdouh Nakhla filed a lawsuit to oblige the Prime Minister to allocate 300 million pounds a year to support the finances of the Coptic Church, similar to the state’s support for the Azhar.
Drs. Cornelis Hulsman had been invited to give a lecture on his work for the RNSAW at a conference on "Media and Interreligious Dialogue" in Vienna, Austria on November 8 and 9. The conference had been organized by the International Press Institute in Vienna, the Department of Communication Science...
... The head of the St. Catherine’s monastery filed a complaint against Bishop Makari, the recently-appointed bishop of Sinai, and accused him of trying to deprecate the historical importance of the monastery, which produces most of the tourist traffic in the area. The head of the monastery, Bishop...
The RNSAW interviewed Hafez Abu Seada upon the request of the American Council of Churches about the article in the Boston Globe and found that the Boston Globe and Hafez Abu Seada have talked at cross-purposes. Where Hafez Abu Seada spoke about human rights violations concerning all Egyptians,...

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