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The article discusses emigrant Copts, whether British or American, and their allegations that Copts in Egypt are suffering from oppression under the Egyptian government.
Gamal Asa’ad discusses the role of the Arab Christians, and Samuel Huntington’s clash of civilizations. He rejects outside interference in the affairs of the Copts suggesting that such interference is for the benefit of the US and is carried out on the pretext of protecting the human rights...
The author affirms in his article that the Copts are not an ethnic minority that is separate from the rest of the Egyptian people, urging the church to stop trying to play a political role and to shoulder its responsibility of encouraging Copts to participate in the nation’s political process...
Recently a new book was published in Cairo under the title "The emigrant Copts". The author presents a clear picture of what is going on abroad. Coptic organizations abroad have big names but few members. How could they finance all their activities?
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