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Mamdouh Nakhla, the head of the Word Center for Human Rights, issued a statement in which he welcomed the new American Ambassador to Cairo and urged him to pay more attention to human rights issues.
The author expressed the opinion that what Sout Al-Umma published about the 70,000 Copts forging police reports to get American nationality was no better than what Al-Nabaa published, saying that Copts are disloyal to Egypt. He added that because of believing in the good attentions of the paper,...
Counselor Naguib Gabrail assured the Editor-in-Chief of Sout Al-Umma that he did not file any reports against the paper. He also told him that Mamdouh Nakhla was willing to drop his case and that he was willing for the three of them to meet at Sout Al-Umma [headquarters] to discuss the matter. In...
Sout Al-Umma published an article about raping 400,000 Christian girls and forcing them to convert to Islam, with the aim of disclosing the lies of emigrant Copts. No one objected although the number was huge. The paper thought that the news about the 70,000 Copts forging police reports to get...
The 1990s witnessed a confrontation between international organizations trying to work in Egypt and law 32/1964, preventing founding NGOs receiving foreign finances. Since most of the activists are lawyers, they began digging inside the body of the law to find legal ways of doing this. Tens of NGOs...
A TV discussion between two Copts, Gamal Asad and Mamdouh Nakhla, nearly turned into a dispute on air. The subject of the discussion was the visit of the US Commission on International Religious Freedom. Nakhla was of the opinion that the Commission’s visit was one with good intentions while Asad...
A car accident caused the death of Father Antonios Zaki Ghobrial and three of his relatives in Minya governorate. Nakhla believes this accident is mysterious. He says this should arouse the suspicion of any reasonable person as to whether there was foul play somewhere.
Bishop Marcos reported that President Mubarak granted a permit to build a church in Shoubra Al-Kheima. This decision came after the US Copts Association organized an international protest against the demolition of a building belonging to the Coptic Orthodox Church. It is practice of Coptic Orthodox...
The next parliamentary elections in Egypt will be the last chance for the government to establish a national coherence, and to renew trust in political reform. Copts are now more interested in political participation, as they became aware of the danger of their political isolation, so that the...
... The head of the St. Catherine’s monastery filed a complaint against Bishop Makari, the recently-appointed bishop of Sinai, and accused him of trying to deprecate the historical importance of the monastery, which produces most of the tourist traffic in the area. The head of the monastery, Bishop...

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