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Fahmi Howeidi believes that anger ruined the right way of handling the case of the expelled monk. Instead of regarding it as an attempt to attack the public system, violating the traditions of the journalism profession, it was regarded as a matter concerning only Copts. The angry people did not...
The author makes comparisons between the way this crisis, caused by a newspaper report, and other similar crises have been dealt with. He feels that the Ministry of Interior is dealing with each opposing power according to their influence. He believes the demonstrations should have urged the...
The Supreme Council for the Press started a lawsuit to ban Al-Nabaa. The council condemned publication of improper photographs and threatening society’s values. Some council members expressed their conviction that freedom of the press must be responsible. Mamdouh Mahran testified that he was the...
The article in Sout al-Umma dated May 9 is based on the response of the Monastery of Makarios to the RNSAW, 2001, week 08A, art. 26. The article states the Monastery sent the response to the RNSAW in English. This is not true. The Monastery responded in Arabic, the RNSAW translated this into...
A Christian mother and Muslim father are battling in a US civil court for custody of their 3 small children. The father has asked the courts to give him sole custody of the children in order to ensure that the children to be "influenced" by Christianity. It does appear that the court will strip the...
A delegation from the American Committee for International Religious Freedom is heading for Cairo to meet with a number of Egyptian officials and representatives from religious institutions. The committee’s spokesman said that the committee’s main task is to monitor religious status in a number of...
A new group, lead by Maurice Sadeq, was formed to defame Egypt. This usually happens whenever President Mubarak is about to visit the United States. The group claimed that Christians are persecuted in Egypt. Almost all Christian societies refused to take part in a meeting the group called for.
Readers of the Copts Daily Digest were upset about the article of Dr. Nabil Luka Bebawi in Al-Ahram, February 22, 2001. They saw his article as a defense for the verdict of February 5.
Introducing AWR press reviews. Growing media attention for RNSAW work.
An Egyptian Coptic lawyer sued to stop state television rebroadcasting the Film "Awan Al-Ward," believing that its topic is offensive to the Coptic community. This is because it mentioned the marriage of a Christian woman to a Muslim man.

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