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The article discusses books which criticize both Islam and Christianity within the context of sectarian sedition in Egypt.
The U.S. Copts’ Association has accused USAID of discriminating against Copts, after a proposal by the association in Egypt to partially finance two projects was rejected. USAID cited three reasons why it rejected the projects and the U.S Copts’ Association asserted that the rejection was mainly...
The article reports on the inauguration ceremony of Michael Meunier’s new foundation ’Hand in Hand for Egypt’ that has been approved by Egyptian authorities.
The article reports on the Cairo First Conference on Activating Citizenship held by the Egyptian Union for Human Rights Organization and the U.K. Copts Association.
The Egyptian government has approved the foundation of an organization headed by one of the leaders of the expatriate Copts, Michael Meunier.
Al-Darbī presents a report on the principles of citizenship in Egypt. She discusses the difficulties, and reports the positive steps taken in this regard. She also reports on the viewpoints of a number of observers and specialists.
The General Citizenship Conference was held on November 25, 2007 and was sponsored by the National Council for Human Rights. The Egyptian press covered the incident from different viewpoints.
In the wake of two important conferences held recently in Cairo about citizenship rights and democracy, Diana al-Dab‘ examines the role of Copts in diaspora in these two conferences.
Pope Shenouda denied what al-Miṣrī al-Yawm published as his opinion regarding both the conversion of Muḥammad Ḥijāzī and the Coptic expatriates’ organization. Pope Shenouda declared his denial in a meeting in the United States with representatives of major Coptic and Christian organizations.
Sharīf al-Dawākhilī presents a brief profile of the Coptic lawyer Mamdūḥ Nakhlah, the director of the Kalema Center for Human Rights, pointing at Nakhlah’s initiatives to defend the Coptic cause and to establish a political party.


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