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After the Wafā’ Costantine issue came to an end, three demands that need to be fulfilled were brought forth, so that similar incidents can be avoided and solutions found to Coptic grievances.
The first International Symposium on Egypt’s Cops took place in Zurich, Switzerland, between September 23 and September 25, 2004. This important event was organized by Mr. Adly Youssef, a leading Copt who lives in Switzerland, and was sponsored by "Christian Solidarity International" (CSI), "The...
Marriage between a Muslim man and a Christian or a Jewish woman is allowed in Islamic countries while the opposite is not allowed. The author argues that if Muslims consider Christians people of the book, a Christian man should have the right to marry a Muslim woman. However, if they are...
Marriage between a Muslim man and a Christian or a Jewish woman is allowed in Islamic countries while the opposite is not allowed. The author argues that if Muslims consider Christians people of the book, a Christian man should have the right to marry a Muslim woman. However, if they are...
Why did Al-Azhar close its doors before the Copts after it had embraced the prominent ones? Why did the Copts forget their uprising against the last Coptic Prime minister? Why does not the state adopt a national project to finish off the demon of fanaticism?
Recently a new book was published in Cairo under the title "The emigrant Copts". The author presents a clear picture of what is going on abroad. Coptic organizations abroad have big names but few members. How could they finance all their activities?
Dr. Fawzy Stefanos is one of Egypt’s prominent scientists abroad, with a distinctive reputation in the field of anesthesia and heart surgery, who founded the St. Marqos’s Foundation for the Study of Coptic History. He speaks about his views on how Coptic concerns in Egypt can be resolved.

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