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A source has claimed that the Committee for Citizenship is a machine to gather votes and to persuade Copts to support a particular political group or figure. Men of the church claimed it merely encouraged Copts to engage politically, without suggesting any affiliation. 
This book was first published in 2012 by CIDT in Arabic.
Copts in the Egyptian media 42 Our reading of the Cairo papers this week takes us to the weekly, State-owned al-Mussawar and the file it recently published on “Do Copts hate the July Revolution?” In his article entitled, “Copts under Jamāl 'Abd al-Nāsir,” Midhat Bishāy attempted to cite both the...
This article is the third part in Medhat Bishāy article series. Here, Bishāy criticizes the stance of Sayyid Khalīl and the way the new generation is brought up be aggressive in their reactions.
The author criticizes the stances and subjects of Father Marqus ‘Azīz’s weekly articles in al-Wafd.
A memorandum presented by Dr. Nabīl Lūqa Bibāwī to the Azhar regarding the personal status law for non-Muslims stirs a wide range of reactions among Copts.
The article reports various Coptic views concerning the Coptic human rights work.
Hulsman flags up articles 5-8 in this issue that concern sūrah 2:256 of the Qur’ān and whether it is abrogated or not. He also draws the reader’s attention to a number of article that focus on issues that threaten the social peace of society
Hānī Labīb asks the Islamic figure lawyer Tharwat al-Kharabāwī if Muslims will execute a court ruling that prohibits polygamy. The question comes amid debates over the recent decision of the Coptic Orthodox Church of ignoring a court verdict that obligates the church to license the re-marriage for...
Midhat Bishāy complains about the lack of tolerance that exists between the Coptic Orthodox Church’s leaders and their opponents.


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