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The seclusion of Copts ended with the election of Coptic Orthodox Pope Tawadros II.  Thereafter the question is: Why and how?
This article is a review of the life and work of Watani’s founder, Antoun Sidhom.
This article is a tribute to the life of Adly Abadir, a prominent Copt in Egypt, who died in 2010. Adly Abadir was born in 1920 to a prominent family in Upper Egypt. He studied in Cairo and became a successful businessman both in Egypt and abroad. He was also one of the founding members of Watani....
This article discusses the life of Adli Abadir, a famous businessman and Copt in Egypt and Europe, who died in 2010. He was a close friend to Youssef Sidhom and this article is his remembrance of his dear friend and colleague. .
An article highlighting the history of Watani International, and how it came to be.
Majdī Khalīl discusses the Egyptian government’s stance toward Copts and claims that the regime is attempting to destroy the Coptic cause.
Sulaymān Shafīq presents a brief overview of the history of Waṭanī since its establishment in 1958 until now. He divides the developments of the 49-year old institution into four main phases.
Sulaymān Shāfīq imposes his personal perspective on the recent conflict between the Coptic Orthodox Church and Waṭanī newspaper, believing that the conflict occurred due to the different policies in running the two institutions.
The author of the article refers to a conflict that arose between the church and the Coptic newspaper Watanī, and discusses the church’s relationship with the Coptic press over the past century.
The author criticizes the journalism of excitement that tries to attract readers who share the same attitude. Watani is proud that it follows the journalism of honor. Watani works with a protocol, whose full text is provided and rejects publications which stir up the sentiments of Muslims or...


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