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A suspicious pamphlet from an unknown source asked for direct American intervention in Egypt’s affairs and for the American Marine forces to be stationed in Egypt to defend [American] foreign affairs here. It considered Copts as American subjects not as Egyptian citizens. It mentioned that churches...
In this article the author gives his own point of view about Christian fanaticism in Egypt. In the first half of the twentieth century, such fanaticism was reflected in two streams; a religious movement aiming to reform the church and another purely political one. In the second half of the...
Press Information Note 53 The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) met with Pope Shenouda, the head of the Coptic Church, and the Sheikh of the Azhar but otherwise was almost universally boycotted by both Christians and Muslims. The members of the Commission waited...
The Turkish ambassador to Cairo comments on the Armenian’s claims of being persecuted by the Ottaman Empire. He said while the Ottoman Empire was collapsing, the West wanted Turkey to wrongly admit it had persecuted Christian minorities. They also urged the Christian minorities to seek their...
The title "Muslims in the West" no longer expresses the reality, as the Muslims have become part of the west, within its borders and not outside them or against them. The millions who have moved started to settle, insure their children’s future and prepare to save their identities by building...
The General Secretary of the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights announced his willingness to resign from his post as deputy head of the International Federal Assembly for Human Rights if this post forces him to normalize relations with Israel or with any Israeli organization that is a member...
The administration of Human Rights in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs held a meeting with the head of the office for religious freedom of the United States. The discussion was about the meaning of religious freedom. There was a tangible change in Americans’ perception of the Egyptian social fiber...
A document about the status of Christians, Jews and Muslims in Jerusalem as formulated by H.B. Patriarch Michel Sabbah, the Latin Catholic Patriarch of Jerusalem. The view of Patriarch Sabbah is shared by many other Christian communities in Jerusalem.
The Head of the Pontifical Council for Inter Religious Dialogue sent a message to Muslims on the occasion of the Lesser Bairam. He wrote that the month of Ramadan is a time for Christians and Muslims to remember their spiritual bonds. He pointed out that the UN declared the year 2001 an...
The U.S. Catholic Conference expressed its deep disturbance with the efforts of extremists, in the Middle East and abroad, who incite and intensify religious conflict through inflammatory rhetoric, and anti-Semitic, anti-Muslim and anti-Christian acts. It declared that the Holy Land must be a...

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