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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.
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...
The Sohag members of parliament have sent a request to Dr. Fathi Serour, head of the Egyptian Parliament, to immediately reply to Lord David Alton who sent a message to the Governor of Suhag General Ahmad Abdel Aziz Bakr threatening to wage a campaign against Egypt’s tourism if he would not...
A conference condemning religious fanaticism took place yesterday in Sohag Governorate under the slogan of ’National Unity’. The Writers’ Association organized the conference. A large number of writers and artists were present in addition to Muslim and Christian religious leaders.
The weekly gives an overview of reactions in the Egyptian press on the report of the New York Council of Churches.
Egypt’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Amr Moussa, welcomed the report of the New York Council of Churches, using it as proof that there is no difference between Muslims and Christians in Egypt.


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