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The Coptic researcher Rūbīr al-Fāris [Rober al-Faris] presents a simplified explanation for the Coptic religion in Egypt. Al-Faris explains that Coptic Christians only worship one God, contrary to the popular misconception that they worship three gods. 
This book was first published in 2012 by CIDT in Arabic.
On February 1st, Elizabeth Kendal, an international religious liberty analyst and advocate, published an article titled, “Egypt: The Gross Insecurity of the Dhimmī,” for Assist News Service (ANS), an online publication based out of California. Her goal in the article is to advocate for the...
Hānī Labīb provides a panorama of what he believes shows positive progress toward citizenship in Egypt in 2007.
The author highlights incidents in Egypt in the last month that deal with religions and relations between Muslims and Christians, he believes that these incidents are representative of Egyptian attitude in general toward religions. He concludes by wondering if Egypt is going backwards.
An article is distributed to university students dictating the means of dealing with non-Muslims.
Watani International interviews Mr. Shoman, an expert on folklore and publishing manager at the Organisation for Cultural Palaces, on his project to compile a dictionary on insults.
Bishop Bīshūy and a lay Christian scholar have published a book that responds to that of Bishop Paphnotius in which he openly criticized Bishop Bīshūy.
Robeir al-Faris discusses the paradoxical situation in Egypt regarding books that promote a religious doctrine. He cites two books that have been published recently that contain blatant promotions of Islam at the expense of Christianity and believes that Christians must be granted the same rights.
A defrocked monk distorted a letter in the name of Late Pope Kyrillos VI, addressed to Ben Gurion, the Israeli prime minister at the time. It was proved that the fake monk was seeking revenge against the church authorities that rejected him from a monastic life.

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