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Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies (CIHRS) director Bahī al-Dīn Ḥassan announced that the South Korean authorities would halt deportation procedures of the family of Mīnā Dāniyāl, a martyr of the “Maspero Massacre”, after detaining them for many hours at Incheon airport in Seoul.  The...
In his statements disclosed to al-Shurūq, former Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord George Carey said that he still believes that England has a major responsibility in supporting the Syrian refugees regardless of their religious affiliations, stressing the importance of saving and sheltering the...
Report and comments on the case of Fibi Ṣalīb on the topic of stories of conversion. Comments on Dr. FāṬimah Sayyid Ahmad’s statement on the need to respond quickly to rumors.
Text of lecture about a declining Christianity in the Middle East. Dalrymple compares between his travels in the mid nineties to when he collected material for his book ‘From the Holy Mountain: A Journey among the Christians of the Middle East,’ and recently travelled to the areas he had visited...
An investigation into the reality of kidnapping Christian girls in one of the Egyptian governorates.
This article discusses religious hostility in Lebanon and the ideology of faith-based terrorism adopted by the Hizb Allāh.
The article discusses claims about evangelization campaigns taking place in Jordan.
A Somali-born member of the Dutch parliament, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, quits over her inaccurate asylum application.
After the recent case of a Muslim man, who attempted to convert to Christianity in Afghanistan, the author argues that Germany has a responsibility to stand up for Afghan’s human rights.
Thieves, corrupt and unemployed people who look for an easy life in the luxurious European countries ask for political asylum with the claim that they are persecuted in Egypt. The reasons for their alleged persecution are homosexuality, female circumcision and changing religion.
A report following discussions with young Copts in Germany claiming they had been discriminated and persecuted in Egypt.
This text was reproduced in the Copts Daily Digest, July 31, 2002 where it was spotted by Sout Al-Umma. Small interviewed former Muslim Maged El Shafie in Toronto. The RNSAW provides a comment. It is highly unlikely Small has investigated any of the claims of El Shafie.
The story of a Muslim youth who converted to Christianity was published on a Web site run by Copts. The story was taken from a Canadian magazine and was also published in American newspapers to confirm the American claims concerning the persecution of Copts in Egypt.
The Center for Arab-West Understanding (CAWU) is regularly asked about the claims of Christian refugee seekers. This time the request came from Benoأ®t Forget, an analyst in a Belgian refugee office, for information about Christian asylum seekers from Egypt. CAWU is able to answer his questions...
Arab Christians are trapped between the hammer of terrorists groups and extremists, and the anvil of fanatic governments that skillfully manipulate the issue of religious radicalism for their own benefit [Editor: what governments does Magdi Khalil refer to?], while reinforcing religious, ethnic and...
The author believes that emigrant Copts want to cause a religious riot between the church and the government and to shake the stability of the nation, for the benefit of the Jewish lobby. He stressed that there is no religious persecution in Egypt and that the claims pertaining to Copts facing...
A notification was introduced to the Prosecutor General against the Editor-in-Chief of Sout-Al-Umma because the paper published an article claiming that 70,000 Copt forged rape reports about their wives to get American nationality. The article aroused the anger of Copts and Pope Shenouda said he...
Coptic sources in California discovered that about seventy thousand young Coptic Egyptian men claimed that they were persecuted and submitted false reports stamped with fake stamps about their wives being raped to get access to work and obtain American citizenship.
Maurice Sadek encourages complaints of religious persecution. The authors spoke to a Christian journalist who wanted to emigrate and who was encouraged to claim persecution.
The author bases his article on a research carried out by Dr. Sabela of the University of Bethlehem about the ongoing decline of the Christian presence among Palestinians. Dr. Sabela found large numbers still want to emigrate.
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