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Under the pretext of desiring to resolve the Coptic problem, some chose to exploit the situation by organizing protests, igniting sectarian disputes among Muslims and Christians in the Egyptian society. Some do this for personal benefit, such as fame and money.       
Al-Wafd interviews Rif‘at al-Sa‘īd asking about reasons and solutions for fitnah in Egypt. 
The Nag Hammadi sectarian crime which took place on Coptic Christmas Eve, 6 January, and which left six Copts dead and nine wounded, triggered wide protest and rallies by Copts in places as wide apart as Los Angeles, New York, Paris, Rome, Vienna, Athens and Sydney. Mary Joseph sent Watani live...
This article reviews some Coptic thinkers’ answers to this question: Why does the government respond to the demands of expatriate Copts and ignore Copts inside Egypt?
The article reviews Nadir Fawzī’s advocacy of the Coptic demonstration in front of the White House and the meeting of six Copts in Canada with Bishop Yu’annis.
Al-Wafd interviews Michel Munīr, head of Copts United in the United States.
This article from the Huffington Post draws attention to Christians living in Muslim countries and states that American Christians are not doing enough to help their religious brethren.
The article sheds light on the meeting that took place between Mustafá al-Fiqqī, head of the Egyptian parliamentary Committee for foreign affairs, and Copts in Washington.
A Sūfī shaykh accuses Coptic expatriates of tarnishing Egypt’s image and destroying Muslim-Christian relations.
Najīb Jibrā’īl writes a letter to President Obama and representatives of 12 Coptic organizations sign the letter.


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