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Clarification of the purpose of RNSAW in responding to circulating rumors.
Presenting the ideals of AWR at the Azhar University.
Report about a visit to the location of the church-to-be in Al-Ubur City. A practically empty spot of land in a desert which is designated for building was found. The location had not been ’stormed’ by police and no people had been arrested as the US Copts Association had claimed. Photographs of...
The press release of the US Copts Association gives a distorted picture of the events around the church in al-Ubur City. The RNSAW asked Coptic Orthodox Bishop Marcos of Shubra Al-Kheima, to whose diocese Medinet Al-Ubur or Al-Ubur City belongs, for information about the events.
Response to two reports of the Middle East Media Research Institute [MEMRI] about Jihad during Ramadan and plans of a prominent Egyptian actor to produce a series for TV based on the notoriously anti-Semitic "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion."
Dr. Christiaan van Nispen s.j., professor in Islam and philosophy at the Catholic seminary in Maadi, Cairo, and a member of the Editorial Board of the RNSAW, concludes with the impression that the US Copts Association practice exactly what they accuse those Muslim intellectuals to do, that is to...
Prof. Dr. Tareq Mitri, Coordinator Interreligious Relations and Dialogue of the World Council of Churches and member of the Board of Advisors of the RNSAW, calls for caution against political misuse of a theological discussion.
The German Pontifical Mission Aid Society Missio organized a two-day conference with the title "Persecuted Christians? Analysis from Asia and Africa." Missio invited representatives from Nigeria, Pakistan, Syria, the Lebanon, Iraq and Egypt to their conference who asked for care in using the word ’...
The Anglican General Synod of Australia accepted a resolution speaking about persecution of Christians in Egypt. The resolution was accepted without consulting the Anglican bishop in Cairo or Anglican experts in England who are well acquainted with the church in Egypt.
Two new members have joined the Advisory Board of the RNSAW. They are Dr. Tareq Mitri, the Program Executive for Christian-Muslim Relations and Dialogue of the World Council of Churches in Geneva, Switzerland, and Dr. Arne H. Fjeldstad, a Norwegian scholar with a Ph.D. in Internet Communications.

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