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Some Egyptian Christian emigrants have always been parroting during the former regime's time that they could not come to Egypt to convene meetings and forums for dialogue over the Christian citizens' cares and problems as well as discrimination and challenges facing equality in Egypt.
The Evangelical Church of Egypt announced its intentions to issue a code of ethics between the different churches of Egypt and the Azhar, putting an end to religious defamation. Activist Najīb Jibrā'īl expressed his support for the code of ethics, and announced that he has issued reports to the...
The Egyptian ambassador, Shāmil Nāsir, was transferred, as per request by the Canadian Coptic Organization, from Canada to Thailand due to a letter that he sent to the Church warning them against the negative consequences of the demonstrations organized by the expatriate Copts in Canada.   
Osama al-Ghazoly is a seasoned journalist who we asked to evaluate the media discourse on Izbet Bushra, paying special attention to coverage given to expatriate Coptic websites. Since some of these websites make reference to human rights reports produced in Egypt, Osama has also involved these...
The Saudi police arrested three Egyptian brothers working in trade and charged them of missionary activity.
Following the arrest of both Dr. ‘Ādil Fawzī, representative of the Middle East Christian Association in Egypt, and his assistant Peter ‘Izzat, expatriate Copts are trying to establish a global Coptic union that will assemble various Coptic organizations working in Egypt and abroad.
The article reviews a book published by a Coptic organization in Canada that claims that discrimination against Copts in Egypt has been systematically practiced by all successive regimes throughout the history of Egypt.
Responsible clergymen in Mallawī denied news about alleged transgressions against a Coptic Orthodox Monastery in Upper Egypt. The alleged news was posted on one of the Coptic expatriates’ Web sites.
Thousands of Christian girls have received e-mail letters signed by a priest called Būtā, in which he warns them against establishing any personal relations with Muslim girls to avoid being kidnapped and forced to convert to Islam.
Fahmy Huweidy discusses responses he received to an article he wrote previously. He finds the Coptic associations in North America extreme, but many Copts in Egypt defend their behaviour.Huweidy was asked to write this time about the situation of the Copts in Egypt. Is there persecution or not?...


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