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Bishop Marqus is Bishop of the Coptic Orthodox Diocese of Shubrā al-Khaymah, Cairo since 1978. On more than one occasion, Bishop Marqus has rejected Coptic activists' allegations that Copts in Egypt are persecuted by the Egyptian government or by Muslims in general. The Bishop said that foreign...
Cornelis Hulsman; a Dutch scholar on Arab-West relations and Editor-in-Chief of Arab-West Report first visited Egypt in 1975. Hulsman's line of work is primarily linked to Christian-Muslim relations and he strongly believes that religious issues and relations are an important element of...
ʿAmru Mūsā; an Egyptian politician and diplomat who holds the position of Secretary-General of the Arab Leagueand plays a pivotal role in negotiations around most of the major disputes in the Arab world. Such negotations are in regards to the disputes between Morocco and Algeria over Western Sahara...
 AWR's Directing Manager, Hānī Labīb went to the Egyptian Radio and Television Union (ERTU) building [Maspero] and was a witness on demonstrations there.  
Samīr al-Shahāt writes that whoever think that Egypt is divided into two elements of nation: one muslim and other christian, is wrong. He adds that regardless of the violent incidents occurred in al-‘Umrāniyyah, Naj‘ Hammādī, and al-Kushh Egypt is a safe nation. Al-Shahāt believes that an Egyptian...
Sāmih Fawzī discusses Egypt’s emigration problem, the need for greater transparency and Coptic expatriates. He also calls on Christians to be active players in Egyptian society andbelieves that in the modern age socio-economic factors are more of a uniting force than religion.
Dr. Philippe Fargues is a researcher and professor at the American University of Cairo who has investigated the complicated issue of Christian statistics in Egypt. While Pope Shenouda states that around 12 percent of the Egyptian population is Christian, CAPMAS estimates that the figure is actually...
Middle East Christians’ Organization dissolves its branch in Egypt and reveals its intention to complain to international society about the Egyptian government and the "persecution" that its members in Egypt were subjected to in jail.
Hanī Labīb discusses sectarian strife in Egypt, stating that all incidents have common factors and that comprehensive social reform is needed to prevent future problems.
The article discusses the need for non-partisan reporting and removing emotions from articles, using Arab-West Report to exemplify the importance of such.

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