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Majdī Khalīl describes Assiut as a brave city which has managed to triumph over the forces of evil.
A Coptic writer advises the Copts of Egypt and the expatriate Copts of the need to establish a Coptic university.
Dr. Sālim Ahmad Sālim, a Muslim professor of pediatrics at al-Minia University medicine school has submitted his resignation after the mistreatment of one of his Coptic students.
Al-Dustour publishes an article sent by Michael Munīr commenting on an article criticizing him by the Coptic researcher Majdī Khalīl.
The Coptic researcher Majdī Khalīl has published a detailed paper in both Arabic and English on the dialogue between the government and the Copts. The paper deals with the government’s attempts to use some Copts against the interests of the ‘Coptic people.’ He claims that he has proven that the...
An article about the Muslim Brotherhood’s intent to establish a state that has a religious, and not civil nature, and the attitude of the Muslim Brotherhood towards the Copts.
The author comments on three articles by Magdi Khalil, published in Watani newspaper under the title “A returnee from Cairo.” He mentions neither the name of Khalil nor the title of the articles, but sarcastically names Khalil the “general inspector,” referring to the famous Russian novel by Gogol...
Majd ī Khal īl examines ten factors that he believes will determine Copts’ choice of candidate in the upcoming elections.
Dr. Otto Meinardus, member of the AWR board of advisors, passed away.
This paper discusses the rights and freedoms granted by the current Egyptian constitution as regards to the scope of freedom, the limitations imposed by legal and practical restrictions, and the extent to which this freedom conforms to the international conventions officially upheld by Egypt


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