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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.
Father Makārī Yūnān presents his response to Dr. Zaghlūl al-Najjār’s accusations of Coptic Orthodox clergymen forcing Muslims to convert and declaring that the Bible was distorted.
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.
This is a representation of the Coptic expatriates’ organizations active in the West.
The Ottoman Turkish genocide against the Armenian people is documented, proved and awaiting widespread international condemnation. The following lines present a background to the international reactions of the incident.
The author reviews the most daring and prominent groups that the Egyptian youth have launched on Face Book Web site.
The chairman of the Middle Eastern Christians’ Association accuses the Egyptian security apparatus of hacking into the association’s website.
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.
The Middle East Christian Association is facing troubles with the Egyptian authorities. Two of its members in Egypt are in jail, facing charges of contempt against Islam.
The author criticizes the increasing number of Christian organizations that call for applying foreign pressure on Egypt to defend Copts’ rights. In the author’s opinion such organizations are only making things worse.


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