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A discussion of the events in Egypt that caused the Pope to be moved to tears.
An investigation, carried out with help of AWR editor-in-chief Cornelis Hulsman, into the events surrounding the riots in Alexandria on Friday, October 21, 2005.
The sectarian tensions in Alexandria are linked by the author to the electoral campaign between Copts and Muslims in Alexandria.
I received an unsigned letter about a Coptic grievance. The letter is written in English with an Arabic summary. The title of the letter is “The injustices suffered by the Christian minority in Egypt.” The letter also reminds the reader of the raids conducted by armed Islamic groups against the...
This report presents the interviews with nineteen people, 18 Egyptians and one American researcher about the importance of the work of Arab-West Report, people of different backgrounds, Muslims and Christians, clergy and non-clergy, including scholars and human rights lawyers. Christian...
In a seminar organized by the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights, Copts talked about their human rights grievances. Many prejudices against Copts have recently come to the surface as seen in the events at Al-Kosheh village in Upper Egypt a couple of years ago. The incident in Upper Egypt showed...
AWR questioned LCHR about how they see their role in the defence of Egypt’s small farmers.
After more than four years, the Egyptian court of Appeals Court closed forever the file of the case of sectarian violence that took place in the Upper Egyptian village of Al-Kosheh in late 1999 and early 2000. The Court overturned the appeals demanding cancellation of the previous ruling that...
The Court of Appeals reached its decision in the case of Al-Kosheh after examining the appeals made by the accused for the second time. The Court decided to uphold the verdict issued by the Sohag Criminal Court which sentenced the top suspect Fayiz Muhammad Abdel Reheem to thirteen years in prison...
The book al-Mowarana il Awlama: al-A qbat fi Alam Motaghayer (Citizenship and Globalisation: Copts in a Changing World) by Hany Labib, published by Dar al-Shorouq in 2004 in Arabic, tackles the relationship between Copts and their homeland, in the era of globalisation. Within the context of present...

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