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Because of the attack of Selim Naguib, the RNSAW included the full text of the Report of the Council of Churches which concludes "It does not appear that the national government condones any acts of persecution of the Christian minority in Egypt." But " This is not to say that there is no...
The arguments against establishing a Christian party.
Rose Al-Yousef attacks the American Freedom of Religious Persecution Act.
Major report by Rose Al-Yousef opposing American policies on religious persecution.
An American Muslim couple was false accused of mistreating their children. The intention of the paper is to show that there are examples where Muslims are not treated correctly in the West.
For the first time after the Luxor attack on November 17, 1997, Islamist militants went on the offensive again. They attacked in Beni-Mazaar, near Minia, a police car carrying four policemen, including Lt. Col. Alaa Qandil, and killed them. Two civilians, who happened to be on the spot, were...
The citizens of the Hosh Eissa are complaining that their church, which was closed down after a terrorist attack, has not been reopened for seven years now. The law governing the repair of churches was modified allowing governors, instead of the president, to make that decision. The modified law,...
The article sees the closure of el-Destour after its publication of a call to murder three Coptic businessmen as a set back for the freedom of press.
Rose el-Yousef reported on the article in el-Destour. It found the extremist declaration as not less dangerous than the murder on 58 tourists in Luxor. Both targeted Egyptian economy. Extremists started targeting economy by imposing the payment of ’protection money’ on Copts in Upper Egypt.
Destour published a text of extremists calling for the death of three Coptic businessmen which led to the subsequent closure of the newspaper and a discussion in the Egyptian press on the (limits of the) freedom of the press. In this week’s translation only the text of the statement of the...

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