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Attorney General Nabīl Sādiq filed a lawsuit against Yāsir Burhāmī on charges of inciting the explosion of Al-Botroseya Church by preaching rigid fatwas. 
President of the Egyptian Union for Human Rights Organization (EUHRO), Najīb Jūbra'īl, raised 21 issues that aim to clarify the scope of freedom Egyptian Christians enjoy in their country.
A large number of activists and representatives of political movements on Thursday (January 19), started a march demanding the release of blogger Michael Nabīl, chanting slogans rejecting that civilians be brought before military courts. Nabīl's father, who participated in the march that started...
Meanwhile, Orthodox churches in Egypt are holding the Coptic Christmas Mass today amidst tight security measures as the Mass will be led by Coptic Orthodox Pope Shenouda III at the Saint Mark Cathedral in the Cairo district of al-‘Abbāssīyah.   The Mass will be attended by delegations representing...
However, the Maspero Youth Union announced it will boycott the Christmas celebrations at the cathedral in the Cairo district of al-‘Abbāssīyah in reactions to the church’s invitations for the Muslim Brotherhood, the Salafīs and leaders of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) to attend the...
«Maspero Massacre 2011»'s aim was to force Egyptian Christians back behind the Church's walls they had left with the outbreak of the Revolution of January 25.
The exodus of the Copts from Al-`Arīsh and their flight to the Canal city of Isma`īlīa revive in our memories the many situations in which Copts sacrificed their lives and their homes; their attitude is a challenge to the sedition schemes. In the last three years, particularly since June 30,...
Background: This conference was held at Ibn Khaldūn Center for Development Studies in the event of the second conference on minorities. Several speeches were given especially on the Coptic rights in Egypt and related to the Muslim Christian incident of 1996 in Kafr Dimyān (Delta) and the terrorist...
This investigation sheds light on the controversry regarding the real target behind the Coptic organizations. Is it really charity work to help the Egyptians or a way to convert Muslims to Christianity?     
Michael Munīr was born in 1968 in Egypt in Abu Qurqas near Minia to a Coptic Catholic family even though he today considers himself Coptic Orthodox. Munīr refers to his life in Egypt as a member of an oppressed Christian minority without religious freedom, citing this as his reason to emigrate to...

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