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Many Egyptians believe that the US supports Mursī and the Muslim Brotherhood in being the next president and forming the next government of Egypt. As a US-born American, I have always loved my country, but I have seldom been a fan of US-government foreign policy in the Middle East whether...
The U.S. State Department’s International Religious Freedoms report grilled the ruling authorities in Egypt, which, it said, caused religious freedom violations, adding Egypt, the heart of the Arab Spring, has seen hope turning into panic after human rights deteriorations under the Supreme Council...
In the early 1960s during the tenure of late Pope Kyrillos VI, Coptic Orthodox Christians had only seven churches abroad – two in each of the United States, Canada and Australia and only in Britain (1).
[The interview was carried out by Cornelis Hulsman, the transcript was made by Fidel Bartholdy]
Table of Contents I. Introduction: Complications II. Egyptian Media Reporting III. Experiences of the Center for Arab-West Understanding (CAWU) IV. NGO Registration: The U.S. Model
The White House has said that a "legacy of mistrust" between the United States and the Arab world has made it difficult for President Barack Obama to improve U.S.-Arab relations, and America's image in the Arab world.
A proposed U.S. envoy designated to advocate for the rights of religious minorities in the Middle East is stirring controversy in Egypt, but supporters of the position in Washington say it is not meant to interfere in Egypt’s policies.
Coptic Pope Shenouda III met with U.S. ambassador in Cairo Margaret Scobey, whose tour of duty expires soon. A church source told al-Wafd newspaper, the mouthpiece of the opposition al-Wafd party, that Pope Shenouda, during the meeting, expressed his confidence in the Supreme Council of the Armed...
Around 300 Islamists rallied in anger in Cairo on May 6, 2011 over the killing of al-Qā'idah leader Usāmah Bin Lādin by US forces in Pakistan. The demonstrators were watched on by police as they gathered around a salafist mosque and unfurled a banner bearing a picture of Bin Lādin that declared he...
American resident and Egyptian geologist Rushdi Sa<sup>c</sup>īd said Egypt is in a “degraded” state. He pointed to the water crisis, education, health care and lack of democracy. Sa<sup>c</sup>īd claims that religious tension dominates society and that Al-fitnah al-tā’...

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