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The Office of Egyptian Culture in Montreal celebrates Arab women   The Office of Cultural Relations and Education in Montreal has organized a tribute for women with the title, “Egypt Celebrates Women…Distinction and Excellence of Arab Women in Canada.” The president of the organization, ‘Asām al-...
Ahmad al-Sa‘dāwī reports on a conference that will be organized in Cairo soon, which will discuss Coptic grievances.
Following the arrest of both Dr. ‘Ādil Fawzī, representative of the Middle East Christian Association in Egypt, and his assistant Peter ‘Izzat, expatriate Copts are trying to establish a global Coptic union that will assemble various Coptic organizations working in Egypt and abroad.
The author records the establishment of the Coptic Church in countries of emigration.
Dr. Selim Naguib, a judge in Montreal, Canada and the president of the Canadian Coptic Association, defends emigrant Copts from accusations that they are behind American pressure on Egypt concerning the status of the Copts, arguing that ignoring problems is the real mistake.
This article discusses the current crisis in Western Anglicanism and notes that a focus on this ignores the fact that the majority of Christians live in the rest of the world. The author asserts that the future of Christianity lies in the churches of the global South, not the West.
John Watson writes about MECO (Middle East Christian Outreach) and MEET (the Middle East Experience Team) and their work in the Middle East.
Discussion of the recommendations of the Montreal Conference for Coptic Associations and Activists, held on April 7-9, 2006, in Montreal, Canada.
The author spoke about the reasons, aim and outcomes of holding a Coptic conference in Montreal, Canada, last April.
The statement made by the activists and members of Coptic associations which met in Montreal, Canada, April 7-9, 2006, to review and debate the situation of the Copts in Egypt and the future of Coptic activism.


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