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There is a new wave of attacks in the form of advertisements in western media from emigrant Copts. For the thousandth time, emigrant Copts continue their cheap trials to destroy the national unity by claiming that Egypt has become a place for sectarianism and that having a tattoo of a cross or...
A nearly forgotten people of the book, the Sabaean sect in Iraq adheres to its traditions while stressing what it has in common with Islam. They prefer to call themselves mindaa’ii "those who know", or Mandaeans, from manda, their word for temple.
The efforts to revive the path of the Holy Family and restore all historical sites along the path didn’t stop at traditionally recognized sites only. Also the monastery of Saint Dimyana says it is located on the path of the Holy Family.
The RNSAW asked father Dr. Christiaan van Nispen to respond to the press reports about the statement of Bishop Giuseppe Bernardini. Dr. van Nispen says the statement of the bishop should be read in its context and should be placed besides many other statements of the Pope and important Catholic...
Did the days of violence against Christians in Egypt return? In only two months time three Coptic Orthodox priests had been attacked. One of them was killed. So many attacks in such a short period have not happened in a long time. Copts abroad ring the alarm but Copts inside Egypt find that...
Response to previous articles about Dr. Nasr Abu Zayd in the RNSAW. Dr. Abu Zayd dreams about returning to Egypt. But return is only possible if he has the freedom to teach.
The RNSAW is glad to inform you that Prof. Dr. Mary Massoud, "Professor of English and Comparative Literature" at Ain Shams University, has agreed to serve on the board of advisors of the RNSAW. The RNSAW asked Dr. Massoud to introduce herself to you.
Pope Shenouda expresses his support for a fourth term in office for president Mubarak.
The RNSAW has made excerpts of the annual report on International Religious Freedom for 1999 with a focus on religious freedom in the Arab World; Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestinian Authority, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab...
This Freedom from Religious Persecution Act gives America the right to interfere in diplomatic ways to the concerned governments and if a government does not respond, it is the right of the U.S. administration to impose any sanctions that it (the U.S.) sees fit. The author stresses that several...

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