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This article from the Huffington Post draws attention to Christians living in Muslim countries and states that American Christians are not doing enough to help their religious brethren.
The article sheds light on the meeting that took place between Mustafá al-Fiqqī, head of the Egyptian parliamentary Committee for foreign affairs, and Copts in Washington.
Watani International comments on its most recent book, ’ Sadat in the memory of Copts: Days of pain and triumph.’ The book was written by Robeir al-Faris. The book is divided into eight chapters and looks at the development of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt as well as the Nāsir years before...
Egypt welcomed news of President Obama’s expected visit to Egypt in June. The Azhar and the muftī of Egypt hailed Obama’s choice of Egypt and welcomed the visit and the expected discourse as a promising sign of improving relations between the U.S administration and Muslim countries.
This article sheds light on the supposed visit of President Mubārak to the White House and the nine demands awaiting him which are set by the Egyptian coalition.
The key to encouraging people to respect other’s beliefs is education, believes Dr. Amīn Makram ‘Ubayd. According to him, state schools should promote the brotherhood of all citizens, not the followers of one religion above the others.   An ideal state school system should be non religious, but...
The Watanī offices received a call from the head of the National Council for Human Rights, Boutros Boutros Ghali accusing Watanī of false reporting.
On 29 October 2008, Bishop Serapion gave a lecture on ’Christian Unity from an Orthodox Perspective’ at Claremont School of Theology in Claremont, California.
Hānī Samīr comments on Coptic protests in the West, pointing to a protest in Vienna, Austria, in particular.
The article discusses Coptic activists outside of Egypt, who have organized demonstrations in protest to affairs within Egypt, particularly involving the Monastery of Abu Fana.

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