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Cornelis Hulsman was impressed by two articles of Maged Atiya [Mājid ʿAṭiyya], a Coptic Orthodox American who was born and raised in Egypt before migrating to the USA. Maged Atiya writes about the impact of Coptic migrants to the USA on Egypt. They remained politically involved but often with an...
  The discussion surrounding Copts of the diaspora is back again, this time with negative connotations out of a fear of this community organizing demonstrations during President ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ al-Sīsī’s expected visit to the United States within the next few weeks. In fact, some media outlets have...
Media Presenter, Majdi Tantāwi, said that he supports the statement disclosed by Dr. `Amrū al-Shubāki regarding what Copts endure in Egypt. 
In a message addressed to Egyptian Christian Expats, Pope Tawadros II, Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of Saint Mark, denounced protests planned to take place in front of the White House, U.S.A. over sectarian attacks in Egypt.  
Michael Munīr was born in 1968 in Egypt in Abu Qurqas near Minia to a Coptic Catholic family even though he today considers himself Coptic Orthodox. Munīr refers to his life in Egypt as a member of an oppressed Christian minority without religious freedom, citing this as his reason to emigrate to...
During the European –Arab Conference, “The Contribution of Religious Minorities to Society”; launching event of the academic exchange program between the University of Vienna and higher education institutions in Lebanon and t
Midḥat Bishāy criticizes Charles Fū’ād al- Mirsī and other Coptic authors such as Majdī Khalīl for portraying the work of the ’group’ of activists as a new Coptic movement, and also for calling some of them ’Coptic leaders in countries of immigration.’
The Saudi police arrested three Egyptian brothers working in trade and charged them of missionary activity.
Michael Munīr will meet with a leading NDP member, during his visit to Cairo, to discuss with him issues of concern to the Copts and believes that the laymens’ demands are legitimate.
The suspended priest Filopātīr Jamīl, pastor of the Virgin Mary Church, is claiming that his suspension was a result of his membership of al-Ghad political party and his support for al-Ghad’s leader, Ayman Nour, in the presidential elections.


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