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Dr. Munīr Dawud, head of the American Coptic association and the Head of the International Christian Union, stated that the nomination of al- Sīsī for presidency is a pleasant piece of news to all Egyptians inside and outside Egypt.  He added that he sees that al- Sīsī is the man of the coming...
The American Coptic Commission delegation highlights the economical and political support to Egypt and their refusal of the proposal drafted by a congressman about church reconstruction in Egypt.
Background: Reverend Dr. Samuel Ḥabīb was an evangelical pastor and founder of the Coptic Evangelical Organization for Social Services (CEOSS). It was a very well planned organization, says Ḥabīb, and he employed a man from the United States to work with him on a plan for a special gathering. Most...
On Sunday, an emergency tribunal sentenced Hammām al-Kamūnī to death for his part in last year’s slaying of seven people outside a church in the Upper Egyptian town of Naj‘ Hammādī. * Egyptian newspaper coverage of the court ruling continued on Tuesday, but on a more limited scale than in previous...
Former Parliament member Dr. Georgette Qalīnī said that Coptic activist Michael Munīr’s statement requesting that Copts not vote for the National Democratic Party (of which Qalīnī is a proud member) is his freedom of speech. She pointed out that Copts have the right to either listen to his advice...
The US Coptic Association denounces the actions of some al-Ahly fans during a football match.
During Obama’s meeting with President Mubarak, Copts protested the situation of Christians in Egypt. Demonstrators held banners with slogans such as "Mubarak: Make peace at home first…No more gross injustice towards Copts" and "Stop forcing Coptic girls into Islam". Some believe that Mubarak was...
This article outlines the inception of an international Coptic Parliament, which is currently lobbying for support and international recognition. This will allow Copts to have a voice on the international level of politics and society.
Coptic expatriates organizations support Muhammad al-Barādi‘ī in the coming presidential elections and call on Copts to vote for him.
Members of Michael Munīr’s fan group on facebook call on U.S. Copts to work for giving Bahā’īs, Shī‘ah, and converts to Christianity more freedom of creed in Egypt.

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