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Background: Reverend Dr. Samuel Ḥabīb was an evangelical pastor and founder of the Coptic Evangelical Organization for Social Services (CEOSS). It was a very well planned organization, says Ḥabīb, and he employed a man from the United States to work with him on a plan for a special gathering. Most...
Jayson Casper responds to two articles in this week's issue about reports of expatriate Copts' calls for Christians in Egypt to carry arms to defend themselves.
Drs. Hulsman provides a detailed description of Muslim-Christian relations in Egypt, and a history of Coptic problems, stemming from their own actions and outside influences.
The author compliments the article above and sees this as an encouragement to use new information technology for Coptic activists living outside Egypt.
The American Coptic Union has sent a letter to al-Maydān, commenting on a recent episode of the Dream TV program al-Mustaqbal [The Future] which tackled the subject of the alleged ‘abduction’ of Christian girls in Egypt.
Cornelis Hulsman and Michael Meunier first met on July 1, 1999. Meunier followed a very aggressive tone of questioning but in the end they agreed to exchange information. It was Hulsman´s aim to engage in dialogue. He sent lots of background reports the RNSAW had produced on July 7. Meunier...
An announcement signed by the National Coptic Association in the US [translator: I added the US because the announcement is directed to “the children of the Coptic community in the US ] declared the founding of a Coptic satellite channel called "Americans for a free Egypt." Muslim and Christian...
Dr. Nabil Luka Bebawi has written a book titled “Islam spread by the sword, true or false?” He explains that Islam is innocent of the claim that it spread by the edge of the sword. The Sheikh of the Azhar thanked Bebawi for his book and recommended that the book be translated into many foreign...
Before President Mubarak´s visit to the USA, the National Association of American Copts, headed by Maurice Sadek, issued a statement claiming that Palestinian Muslims have no legal rights in Israel and that a group of Palestinian terrorists had attacked and occupied the Church of the Nativity...
Sout Al-Umma reported that lawyer Maurice Sadek sent a man and a woman to the scene of the Beni Walmis riots to cover the events there. Sadek stressed that he did not sent anyone simply because the news agencies reported the riots at the time of their happening in full details.

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