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Thanks to the Congress ... pardon to the Egyptian People’s AssemblyAl-Dustūr newspaper published in its issue of August 27, 1997, an essay entitled "Crusaders have not put their swords down yet". The writer expressed his worry at an American economic boycott, or an American marine invasion of Egypt...
The suspicious visit of Michael Munīr to Egypt, head of the United States Coptic Organization, has raised questions about the kind of demands he may make.
A People’s Assembly member disavows the Muslim Brotherhood’s slogan and denies having perpetrated violations against Copts.
In a symposium at the Monastery of Badābā in Naj‘ Hammādī, the head of the Washington-based U.S. Copts Association, Michael Munīr, described the head of the St. Athanasius Orthodox Eparchy of Egypt and the Middle East, Bishop Max Michel, as an "outsider" who incited Christians to disobey Pope...
According to Hulsman, the biggest mistake in various Western media is that they speak about the Islam. "This does not exist. You cannot say the Islam says that. There are always certain groups that say something. Of course there are basic principles that are similar for all Muslims, but there are...
During his participation in a conference of expatriate Copts in New York a few weeks ago, the deputy chairman of the Egyptian Union of Human Rights Organization (EUHRO), Māhir Khallah, accused the organizers of the conference of distorting the image of Egypt abroad by representing individual...
Ahmad Murād and ‘Arwa Hassan investigate the real motives and objectives of conferences held abroad by Egyptian immigrant Copts. Experts and analysts believe that this minority serves anything but the interest of its own homeland.
The author calls for full reconsideration of the rules and regulations of the Coptic Church.
The issue of Copts abroad has turned from one of diminished rights to a threat to Egyptian national security.
Expatriate Copts held a conference to voice their demands, amongst which are imposing sanctions on Egypt and sending UN forces to protect Egyptian churches.

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