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This article explains the lawsuit filed by Coptic lawyers against President Mubārak and the Qena governor.
This report provides an overview of different human rights organizations in Egypt and th
The Egyptian government allowed Coptic satellite channel Agape to broadcast on the Egyptian satellite NileSat. The step was hailed as a good sign of the state’s moderation.
This article reviews some Coptic thinkers’ answers to this question: Why does the government respond to the demands of expatriate Copts and ignore Copts inside Egypt?
The article highlights the consequences of the difficulties surrounding divorce and re-marriage in church procedures and the delay in issuing the new personal status law for non-Muslims.
Mājid ‘Atiyah wonders why a village with a Christian name had its name changed.
Al-Wafd reportson the Education minister al-Jamal’s decision to change parts of the history curriculum.
European Copts have been invited to attend a conference on religious freedom in Egypt that will be held in Germany later this month.
Self proclaimed Bishop Maximus contests a ruling by the administrative court regarding identifying his religious title on his ID.
Ibrāhīm Īssah, the editor in chief of al-Dustūr newspaper has been sentencedto two months in prison for his articles about President Mubārak’s health.


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