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  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...
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
Asharq Al-Awsat pubished interviews with Karm Zuhdi, the leader of the Gama?a Al-Islamiya in Egypt on July 15 and July 16. The interviews ran by Abdel-Lateef Al-Manawi, brought about comments by Sawt Al-Umma, Al-Wafd and Rose El-Youssef due to the obvious ideological changes reflected in Zuhdi?s...
The author critizes an article by the German magazine Der Spiegel about Christians in the Middle East. She claims that the article distorts the reality of the situation in the declining Christian communities in the region.
Hulsman highlights a number of major reports that were placed in week 53, all belonging to closing the year 2006 for AWR. This week had been delayed because of the substantial amount of editing and checking that had been needed. This week includes the transcript of the lecture of former Dutch Prime...
Mubārak’s constitutional amendments have revealed the separation between the executive power, the legislative and the judicial authorities, which are meant to be the bedrock of the modern Egyptian state, and the real interest groups.
The The National Council for Human Rights holds a conference to discuss Coptic issues.
The Nubians express their loyalty to the Egyptian government and denounce the conference of minorities in the Middle East organized in Switzerland by Coptic expatriates.
Kamīl Ḥalīm, chairman of the Coptic Assembly of America, presents his views on the constitutional articles and amendments.
The article discusses the conference of ’The Minority in the Middle East’ headed by the Chief of the emigrated Copts, cĀdil Abādīr. The conference is mainly about minorities’ rights in the Middle East.
The article discusses emigrant Copts, whether British or American, and their allegations that Copts in Egypt are suffering from oppression under the Egyptian government.
British author William Dalrymple showing rapid decline of Christianity in the Middle East. Episcopal Bishop Munīr Hanna Anis explaining the consequences of rumors in Muslim-Christian relations.
The American delegation investigating religious freedoms in Egypt started its meetings with Egyptian prominent religious and public figures. The delegation’s visit to Egypt is receiving wide criticism by almost all Egyptian organisations, intellectuals, and political parties.
At a time where the Pope’s controversial statements about Islam are still arousing reaction, another campaign by emigrant Copts has been launched, cursing Islam.
At the Ibn Khaldoun Research center, Mr. Magdi Khaliel, an emigrant Copt, gave a lecture trying to justify the attempts of some emigrant Copts and even those of some foreign countries to intervene in Egyptian affairs under the pretext of protecting Copts from what they claim is persecution in...
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...
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.

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