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The Sunday Telegraph has continued its suspicious campaigns against Egypt claiming Copts are persecuted. It published another article written by Christian Lamb. She claimed in her first article that more than 1200 Copts were arrested, tortured with electric shock and crucified.
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...
The writer was not going to re-open the Al-Koshh issue until he saw the Washington Times, September 28 issue, [with an article] titled a ’Cry From Egypt For International Help and Prayers’. What provoked him was not the falsified facts but the tone of warnings and threats in addressing Egypt.
Dr. Osama El-Baz announced that the material published in the foreign media concerning discrimination against Copts is out of line and lacking in truth, and that the Copts stand against the material that uses ’persecution’ to get at Egypt and weaken its stand.
Ninety eighty percent of the US Senate voted for the religious persecution law which forces the White House to take measures against countries accused of practicing any form of religious prosecution. Despite objections to the law while it was being discussed [in Congress] earlier this year, the...
The article calls Coptic human rights lawyer Maurice Sadek a source of lies and gives several examples.
EGYPTIAN Christians have been subjected to horrific crucifixion rituals, raped and tortured by the security forces during a crackdown on the ancient Coptic community, according to international human rights and Christian groups.
A long overview of the growth of Islam in the USA.
Details are given of Christian missionary activity in Albania.
Missionaries are responsible for the events in East Timor, according to the paper.

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