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Al-Wafd paper spent 15 hours in Al-Kushh village accompanied by Bishop Wissa. In an interview with the bishop, he answered a number of inquiries about the village’s events.
The Committee for Arab, Foreign and National Security Affairs at the Shura Council reiterates that citizens are neither tortured nor persecuted in Egypt and there is no outlaw detention of suspects.
In a strong worded reply sent by Nabil Osman, head of the State Information Service, to Dominique Lawson, editor-in chief of the British Sunday Telegraph, [the Egyptian government] refuted the allegations of the torture of Copts in Egypt.
Egypt’s information minister has sent a comment to Britain’s "Sunday Telegraph" over allegations carried in the October 25 edition of the paper, reported the Middle East News Agency (MENA) yesterday. The paper published a full-page feature claiming systematic religious persecution and mass torture...
It was not a coincidence that the British Sunday Telegraph, owned by the Jewish media moguls, has launched a fierce campaign against Egypt and its national unity at this particular time.
Two days after President Mubarak’s refusal to release the Israeli Spy Azam Azam, the Zionist Lobby spread across Western countries launched a rude campaign against Egypt.
Crowds gathered last week at the Marcos Church in Alexandria, joining in the funeral of Father Abdel Messih Maggar, Patron of the Virgin Mary’s Church at Gheit El-E’nab, in Alexandria who died at the age of 94. Also Sheikh Zein El-Samak, secretary of religious affairs for the Tagammu Party and...
Excessive reports appeared abroad about police torture in el-Koshh.
88 new members of the Shura (consultative) council were elected and 47 members appointed. Among the newly appointed members were three prominent Coptic businessmen. This raised to nine the number of Copts in the Council and to nearly 40 the number of businessmen.
Decree no. 5755/2009 is issued, stipulating that the name of the village of Deir Abu-Hinnis will remain unchanged.

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