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An Egyptian family discovered that it has inheritance in the occupied Palestinian lands. This inheritance includes some of the Aqsa mosque courts and parts of the Wailing Wall.
The author, director of the Institute of Strategic Studies at Al Ahram criticizes Arab states for their double standards.
Christians in Jordan are well off. They are also reaching high government positions.
In this report, we are opening for the first time the file of the Christians in the Arab world. We speak with senior church leaders, throwing light on the relations between Muslims and Christians in the Arab world.
Economy Minister Yousef Boutros Ghali, a Coptic Christian, met last week in Washington with Republican Congressman Frank Wolf, author of the controversial Freedom From Religious Persecution Bill.
President Hosni Mobarak delivered a speech in the opening of The Tenth Conference of the Higher Council for Islamic Affairs including the situation regarding the peace process, and the Islamic nation’s obligation towards the holy sites in Jerusalem and the Muslim minorities throughout the world.
The writer believes that conspiracies are behind the American intervention in the religious affairs of the Middle East.
Pope Shenouda announces that allowing the Copts to visit Jerusalem on the occasion of Christ’s 2000 birthday is a problem to which he has not yet found a solution.
An interview with the Pope about the persecution of Copts and the Middle East peace process.

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