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The South Cairo Court will give its verdict in the lawsuit brought by 100 Copts against the Sunday Telegraph and Christina Lamb, a reporter for the same paper.
A TV station from Qatar organized a live debate on the American Freedom of Religious Persecution Law and el-Koshh between Mustafa Bakri, editor in chief of Al-Osboa newspaper, and Maurice Sadek, president of the Center for Human Rights and National Unity. Sadek, who defended the recently accepted...
The strangest thing in the events of Al-Koshh was the campaign that was waged by the State authorities against the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights, that was used as a scapegoat by the security to cover its violations and acts of group torture.
Canceling its first rejection, the Sunday Telegraph agreed to publish the statement of the Egyptian Coptic education-investor Reda Edward which refuted the paper’s allegations of Copts’ persecution in Egypt. The paper accepted the statement in a form of paid advertisement.
If the Sunday Telegraph was interested in the issues of minorities, and if it really cared about the rights of minorities, it would have concentrated more on the issue of Catholics in Northern Ireland.
Egypt’s Information Office in New Delhi invited Indian journalists to visit Egypt to see the real events instead of quoting falsified reports of British papers claiming Egypt’s Copts are persecuted. An Egyptian media councilor in New Delhi clarified that Christina Lamb’s report which was quoted by...
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.
Reacting to the Sunday Telegraph’s lies and allegations, two prominent Coptic businessmen decided to sue the paper’s reporter, Christina Lamb, before an English court. They have accused her of reporting false events harming Egypt’s Copts and defaming Egypt’s national unity in order to hinder its...
Minister Adly says there was a plan to blow the incident of el-Koshh out of proportion to disturb social peace in the country.
The British Sunday Telegraph has published another article yesterday by Christina Lamb who claimed two weeks ago that Copts in Egypt are subjected in Sohag to crucifixions and rape by the police.
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 Sohag issue seemed to be settled. Expatriate Copts stopped sending faxes and the bishop had stopped making trouble. Then on October 25 the Sunday Telegraph came out and blew the story up. Members of the foreign press in Egypt scoffed at many of the statements in an article of Al Ahram.
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...
Christina Lamb wrote her article without having been in Egypt since 1988. Her husband is actively involved with the Jewish lobby in the USA.
Interview with Drs. Kees Hulsman, the first correspondent to visit el-Koshh. The interview focused on the Sunday Telegraph, earlier sensational reporting on Egypt by a co-production of channel four and Dutch TV (Evangelical Broadcasting Company), what had happened in el-Koshh and the role of human...
Author: Mahmoud Salah The media frenzy has been sparked by an article written in the Sunday Telegraph by Ms. Christina Lamb. And although Cairo hosts more than 600 foreign correspondents, none of them wrote a word in this respect. Several foreign correspondents and others are mentioned including Mr...
The instrument of Western propaganda is spreading lies since the Cold War until today.
Egypt and Hosni Mubarak are the targets. Leave all these weak details, these highly elegant words and the human rights pretensions. It is just a game that those conspirators played against Egypt. What is this persecution that they are taking about? We smell the odor of the dollars that are paying...
The ’Persecution Show’ in Al-Kushh is a new series in the many series being played against Egypt by its enemies for what came of events last August 15 in Al-Kushh did not deserve more than a 10-sentence news item in a local newspaper in its accident pages, even if this paper were a ’yellow journal...
Opinions of several Cairo based journalists are given, selecting their criticism on the Sunday Telegraph report. Most space in the article was given to Cornelis Hulsman.
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