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The article discusses the percentage of Egyptians that are sent to receive a religious education.
The first Coptic conference was held in Cairo in the presence of representatives of Coptic expatriates’ organizations and other national figures. The conference called for effectuating citizenship rights and denounced all forms of discrimination.
Drs. Hulsman discusses a number of articles that deal with a recent European Parliamentary resolution, highlighting the condition of human rights in Egypt, and the subsequent media uproar that followed in the Egyptian press. He further points to a number of articles that refer to the condition of...
The number of Christians is seriously diminishing in Arab countries. Conflicts in the region are behind their collective emigration.
The article is a response to questions received by AWR in 2003 from different Western churches, Christian organizations, Christian leaders and Human Rights Watch, based on material from Western sources and interviews with a few western missionaries then living in Egypt.
AWR introduced files on conversion, showing the numerous views and controversies surrounding conversion in Egypt. Comment on Counselor Labīb Halīm Labīb writing about the collapse of supreme values in Egypt. Report on Sawt al-Ummah stating that ‘Abd al-Hayy attempted to kidnap Rev. Sāmih Maurice of...
Dr. Zaghlūl al-Najjār accuses Coptic Orthodox clergymen of forcing Muslims to convert and declares that the Bible was distorted. The Coptic Orthodox Church responded denouncing Zaghlūl’s allegations.
Dr. Kamāl Ibrāhīm encourages Copts to have an effective role in political life and called on the Egyptian government to effectuate citizenship rights and the principles of democracy.
Drs. Cornelis Hulsman and Mads Akselbo Holm discuss the media coverage and accounts of the South Korean Christians who were being held hostage by the Ṭalibān. The authors show this issue contributed to a negative Muslim image of Christian missionaries.
‘Amr Bayyūmī reports on the statements of Bishop Bīshūy, secretary-general of the Coptic Orthodox Holy Synod and bishop of Damietta, about Israel’s policies towards Christianity and Islam.

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