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Dr. Fawzy Stefanos is one of Egypt’s prominent scientists abroad, with a distinctive reputation in the field of anesthesia and heart surgery, who founded the St. Marqos’s Foundation for the Study of Coptic History. He speaks about his views on how Coptic concerns in Egypt can be resolved.
Why don’t both the Pope and Sheikh Al-Azhar write a joint book on the combined issues of heavenly religions? Issues of tolerance, mutual love, discarding violence, religious freedoms etcetera, because this book would help in paving the road of mutual love and brotherhood between the children of the...
The author is highly critical of this Coptic human rights activist.
After the passage of more than 20 years since the first attempt at issuing a unified Personal Status Law binding all Christian denominations, an agreement has finally been reached in the last couple of days. Rose al-Yūsif obtained the full text of the Personal Status Law for the Copts and describes...
The article gives an overview of all permits which were given in 1998 concerning the building and restoration of churches. 25 new building permits were given and in Assiut and el-Minia 52 permits were given to restore existing churches.
The state honored the Coptic writer, Counselor Edward Ghali El-Zahabi, former Chief of the Court of State (hai’it Qadaya el-Dawla), an authority on the study of the rights of non-Muslims in an Islamic society, and a former member of the People’s Assembly, on the occasion of the Holy Mulid of the...
In the previous articles in Usbua reference was made to this article. The RNSAW found the text and translated it for its readers. Maurice Sadek is accused of demanding foreign intervention to protect the Copts of Egypt. Sadek explains his views.
After, ’Akhbar Al-Hawadeth’ published the full details on the events that happened in Al-Koshh village, and after we completed our endeavor on finding out the truth. The paper interviewed a former member of the EOHR in Sohag who accused dr. Christiaan van Nispen to have asked him to establish a...
An interview with Gamal Asa’ad on the role of Pope Shenouda and persecution.
The Gazette says the issue of el-Koshh was exploited by Samuel Fahd, a Copt living in Australia, who was trying to make a fortune out of this story to obtain entry visas for hundreds of Egyptian Copts who paid money to migrate to Australia. The Gazette further more refers to the opinions of Hulsman...

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