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Celebrating the anniversary of the July 23 Revolution, Egyptian Ambassador to Switzerland, Ms. Nihād Zekrā, sent a formal invitation to the Egyptian Coptic multi-millionaire ‘Adlī Abādīr to participate in the embassy’s celebration.
Michael Munīr, head of the US Copts Association, denied statements purportedly made by Abādīr that he "would spur the United States to intervene, no matter whether Egypt was burned down, because the Copts were exterminated and forced to convert to Islam; and the issue will be referred to the UN.”
The Coptic Orthodox Church objects to the second international conference of the U.S. Copts Association scheduled for October 12 in Washington.
In an interview with Sawt al-Umma, ‘Adlī Abādīr responds to accusations of inciting sectarian strife, receiving foreign funds and working against Egypt’s national interests.
The author expresses his concern that ex-pat Copts in the US are fuelling sectarian tensions within Egypt.
Nominating a Copt for President has triggered a lot of controversial points of views following the nomination of Copt businessman ‘Adlī Abādīr, residing in Switzerland.
‘Adlī Abādīr, an Egyptian business man, left to Switzerland upon his release from jail in 1987, and now heads international conferences of expatriate Coptic organizations. In view of what he described as the deteriorating and retarded conditions of Egypt, he decided to run for President in the...
Reuters News Agency reported that, Dr. Ahmad Sābir, an academic teacher of Economics at a British university [not mentioned which university], and a Director of a financial consultancy firm [name not mentioned], formed a group under the name of “Inqizou Misr” [Save Egypt]. It is an opposition...
Contrary to what happened during Mubarak’s last visit to the USA, the majority of emigrant Copts came to greet Mubarak in a civilized way, asking him to order a resumption of the investigations into Al-Kosheh incidents. Rafique Iscander and Moheb Michael, head of the Soldiers of the Cross, were...
Talking about the emigrant Copts is a very difficult subject because the newspapers have dealt with them from one point of view and they classified them with the extremists, and traitors against their country. They had also mentioned that they were agents [for foreign powers] and so on. The truth...

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