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Recently there have emerged some strange stances justifying the terrorist attacks against Copts in Egypt. Muḥammad al-Ibīyārī-- Internal Security Advisor to former US president Barack Obama- -claimed that this is a direct result of the Egyptian Copts stance against former president Muḥammad Mursī...
The Egyptian writer, Farīda al-Shūbāshī [Farida El-Shobashy], said that some Egyptian women need to reclaim their humanity, pointing out that are some women who gave up their humanity; they accepted themselves as shameful and gave up their rights by wearing the Niqāb
Media presenter Majdī Ṭanṭāwī attacked the Minister of Religious Endowments, Muḥammad Mukhtār Jumʿa, for his decision to ban loudspeakers in tarāwīḥ prayers so as to respect Christians’ feelings. 
The American television network Fox News reported that even under President Sīsī, Copts in Egypt still feel isolated and persecuted. One Coptic activist said “we are always the weakest group in society, so when anything happens in any country we are always the first victims.”  (7 May, 2015, Bawābat...
Copts in Egypt still feel anxious following the overthrow of President Muhammad Mursī, since they continue to be targeted in violent incidents. A spokesman for the Coptic Orthodox Church in Egypt said that the state of affairs between Muslims and Christians in Egypt is generally good. However, he...
The New York Times is reporting that the U.S. Government is resuming its military aid to Egypt in an attempt to end tensions with its long time ally. The resumption in aid will no longer allow the Egyptian government to purchase military equipment through credit financing, although it will still...
  Although their situation is better than in Iraq or Syria, the Copts of Egypt suffer persecution  The American television network Fox News reported that even under President Sīsī, Copts in Egypt still feel isolated and persecuted. One Coptic activist said “we are always the weakest group in...
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