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Sharaf: Prejudice towards religious symbols is not tolerated…Maspero Youth Union protest against priest insult in hotel.
Coptic activists are against turning the Egyptian Revolution into a religious issue for Islamists took over Tahrir Square last Friday, during a protest. There were no agreements among different political groups before the protests.
The Coptic Youth Movement confirmed the participation of thousands of Coptic Christians in Friday's “Day of Departure” demonstrations, held to demand that President Husnī Mubārak resign immediately. Copts taking part in the demonstrations came from several districts of Cairo, including Shubra, Ain...
  Najīb Jabrā’īl, a Coptic lawyer and the head of the Egyptian Federation for Human Rights and Pope Shenouda III, head of the Coptic Orthodox Church, met on Wednesday morning to discuss the deteriorating situation of the Clerical Council, and the increasing number of cases it is receiving – in its...
Months after the Alexandria “Two Saints Church” bombing in January, the Coptic Church is threatening to sue the Interior Ministry which it claims has failed to produce those responsible and bring justice. Despite sending many requests to the Ministry regarding the bombing which killed 24 people,...
The Maspero Youth Union announced their participation in Friday’s Revolution First, which will be via a march from Shubrā after Friday prayers to Tahrīr Square, where they will stage a sit-in. The spokesman for the union, Rāmī Kāmil, announced their participation in Friday’s Revolution First...
No sooner did the authorities issue a decision to reopen a number of churches which had been closed by the former security apparatus than a crisis erupted—one in a long line of attempts to hijack the 25 January Revolution by forces opposed to democracy, freedom, and citizenship rights. Among the...
Sanne Lundberg’s thesis was about the strong Coptic Christian perception of being discriminated, the interplay of this belief with religious beliefs, as well as
Ignoring a petition from Pope Shenouda III, hundreds of Copts yesterday continued a nine-day sit-in outside the official TV Building near the Cairo Nile, as investigations proved recent clashes in the area were not religiously motivated. More Copts joined the protest asking for perpetrators in...
Hundreds of Copts joined the protest which started on Sunday 8, 2011 in front of Maspero in response to massive sectarian violence in Imbābah.

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