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Youssef Sidhom discusses discrimination against the Copts in Egypt, and wonders why it is only in Washington that this issue is being discussed.
Sulaymān Shafīq argues that according to the 1995 statistics [Reviewer's note: The author perhaps was mistaken because the statistics were conducted in 1996, not 1995, as Christian surveys are usually made every 10 years and the last ones took place in 1986], Copts represent 22.5 percent of the...
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.


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