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Clearly expressing his views about three Muslim sects, a sheikh from Al-Azhar is accused of speaking irreverently of them. Angry reactions from the followers of these sects range from calling for apologies to the taking his life ’as the only decent reply to his disrespect of their beliefs.
Everything is bought and sold…even the religious sects. Certificates that allow the Copts to change their church affiliation have appeared. Accordingly, marriage between the Copts has become easy.
An interview with the Minister of Interior about the security situation; releasing fundamentalist detainees, fighting terrorism, the minister’s refusal to meet with the Muslims Brothers, the branch of the F. B. I. in Cairo, Egypt’s attitude to Britain’s refusal to extradite terrorists.
Canceling its first rejection, the Sunday Telegraph agreed to publish the statement of the Egyptian Coptic education-investor Reda Edward which refuted the paper’s allegations of Copts’ persecution in Egypt. The paper accepted the statement in a form of paid advertisement.
Amr Mousa, Minister of Foreign Affairs, recently communicated with a number of countries including Japan and European countries, to correct the wrong image given about Egypt following Al-Koshh events.
The Sunday Telegraph went on in its suspicious campaign against Egypt. It attacked this time 2000 Egyptian Copts who signed a statement refuting the paper’s allegations against Egypt.
In the final week of last September I was told by my colleague Mustafa Abaza, who is an ex-general, about the incidents in Al-Koshh and the violent and unwise actions of some of the police investigation officers against suspects of a murder and other crimes, which is an action that is not new to...
The best thing about the incident in Al-Koshh was that it revealed many things, the most important being the ways of the West in penetrating a country and intervening in its domestic affairs.
The Egyptian government has launched an international publicity offensive in the wake of disclosures in The Telegraph last month about a brutal police crackdown on Christians in southern Egypt. Actions include paying for full-page newspaper advertisements in cash and a lobbying campaign on the...
Al Ahram answers the critique of Al-Osboa and says they received support for their research from Egypt’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ford Foundation.

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