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In a strong worded reply sent by Nabil Osman, head of the State Information Service, to Dominique Lawson, editor-in chief of the British Sunday Telegraph, [the Egyptian government] refuted the allegations of the torture of Copts in Egypt.
Egypt’s information minister has sent a comment to Britain’s "Sunday Telegraph" over allegations carried in the October 25 edition of the paper, reported the Middle East News Agency (MENA) yesterday. The paper published a full-page feature claiming systematic religious persecution and mass torture...
Two days after President Mubarak’s refusal to release the Israeli Spy Azam Azam, the Zionist Lobby spread across Western countries launched a rude campaign against Egypt.
In light of the recent re-instating of the Khomeini Fatwa against Salman Rushdie by Iran’s radical groups, Rushdie is to meet with British Foreign Secretary Robin Cook to discuss his security.
The criticisms that faced the American film the Devils Advocate were not those that were expected. They had nothing to do with the technicalities of the film, but were a critique of [its] blasphemy and misinterpretations.
Montasser El-Zayat, generally acknowledged as lawyer and spokesman of the radical Gama’at al-Islamiya, explains in an interview the dynamics within the extremist groups. He asks for a dialogue with these groups.
An autobiography of the phenomenal preacher. The translator added the references to many other articles which appeared about sheikh Sha’arawi in the Egyptian press.
Rose el-Yousef describes the conflict between a Coptic Orthodox bishop and the people of a village in his diocese who wanted him to consecrate the son of the village priest as priest which the bishop refused. The Pope responded by taking this village and two other villages away from his diocese.

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