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The editor of Watani received a letter from Copts in Australia explaining him the freedom to establish radio stations for immigrants. Sidhom compares this with the lack of time for Christian times on the Egyptian radio.
Cromwell praised the executive director of the International Coptic Federation, based in Washington, for his lobby work for the proposed Freedom of Religious Persecution Act in the US.
Hulsman argues that there are social problems in Egypt but not persecution and that if the proposals for a law promoting religious freedom worldwide becomes law they could lead to polarization between Muslims and Christians in Egyptian society. He gives examples of stories which have been...
A Copt attacking the American freedom of religious persecution bill.
The article discusses whether or not working with tourists is forbidden in Islam. Some radical sheiks advocate that Muslims do not work in the tourism industry while mainstream Islam rejects such opinions.


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