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Majdī Khalīl discusses the issue of assigning a quota in legislative councils and political posts for Copts, and holds the ruling regime and the Muslim Brotherhood responsible for the deteriorated conditions of Copts since the 1952 Revolution.
Majdī Khalīl denied the accusations made against expatriate Copts of helping Muslims girls who converted to Christianity emigrate and of igniting sectarian sedition while claiming that they aim for reform.
Majdī Khalīl discusses some of the principles which he says govern the political representation of minorities, as enshrined in international covenants, and proposes several mechanisms in this regard.
The proposed constitutional amendments stress the importance of citizenship. The amendments cannot be achieved all at once, as there must be a cultural and social basis on which the amendments can be established. A secular state will fulfill the demands of most Egyptians, and Copts look forward to...
The author discusses the Christian’s problems in Egypt, and the proper way to solve these problems.
FatherAntonius Hanīn, the dignified priest of Mār Marqus Church in Los Angeles, passed away on November 16, 2006.
Watani devoted its fourth page to the late bishop Athanasius, the bishop of Beni Suef. It reported that Pope Shenouda led the prayer over his body and that the governor of Beni Suef was present. In addition, it gives an overall view of his life and his efforts in the field of social services...
In the past some Copts have been complaining that the Egyptian press has not given (enough) attention to Christian religious feasts. This is why we have listed the articles related to Easter.
The author reviews a newly released book about the relationship between freedom and political reform.
“Apparently all Muslims are not terrorists; however, the truth is that the majority of terrorists are Muslims. We should confess as Muslims that terrorism has become an exclusive Islamic project for Muslim men and women,” ‘Abd al-Rahman al-Rāshid says in al-Sharq al-Awsat. In his fourth and final...

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