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The media frenzy caused by the events of Al-Koshh and the exaggerated reactions is a matter which invites us to wonder. Why were all these attempts made to assure a fact!! The Copts enjoy full citizenship and do not face any sort of persecution. Such horror over this issue does not deny there is a...
Bishop of Greece -the head of the Greek Orthodox and Catholic Greek Bishops- hailed President Mubarak’s efforts to find peace and love, avoiding wars and tensions in the region.
In a visit to Egypt, Bishop Christodoulos, Archbishop of Athens and Greece, hailed the efforts exerted by President Hosni Mubarak to find peace in the Middle East and to fight terrorism.
Upon Mubarak becoming president, new era of good relations began with Pope Shenouda.
Egypt suffers a number of problems like slum areas, unemployment, and trade imbalance and privatization issues. The government is trying its best to solve these problems in the short and long term. The problem of Coptic endowment has been taken seriously by Dr. Ganzouri’s government.
In the final week of last September I was told by my colleague Mustafa Abaza, who is an ex-general, about the incidents in Al-Koshh and the violent and unwise actions of some of the police investigation officers against suspects of a murder and other crimes, which is an action that is not new to...
We call on all Christians in Egypt to condemn what is being said and written in the foreign media concerning persecution of Copts in Egypt.
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 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...
Dr. Muhammad Hamdi Zakzouk, Egyptian Minister of Endowments, said that the vicious campaigns against Egypt which claim that there is persecution against Copts are campaigns made by suspicious foreign bodies that are obvious in their motives.


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