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In March 2007, a referendum changed several articles of the Egyptian Constitution.
During Obama’s meeting with President Mubarak, Copts protested the situation of Christians in Egypt. Demonstrators held banners with slogans such as "Mubarak: Make peace at home first…No more gross injustice towards Copts" and "Stop forcing Coptic girls into Islam". Some believe that Mubarak was...
This article reviews some Coptic thinkers’ answers to this question: Why does the government respond to the demands of expatriate Copts and ignore Copts inside Egypt?
A number of Coptic men have signed an announcement calling to cancel any Christmas celebrations in Egypt.
The U.S. Copts’ Association has accused USAID of discriminating against Copts, after a proposal by the association in Egypt to partially finance two projects was rejected. USAID cited three reasons why it rejected the projects and the U.S Copts’ Association asserted that the rejection was mainly...
Sahīf al-Dawākhilī reports on a recent fatwá released by the Azhar-affiliated Fatwá Committee about the punishment of murtadds. Al-Dawākhilī predicts that this fatwá might ignite some clashes between the Azhar and the church.
Charles Fū’ād al-Misrī reports on the statements of Kamīl Halīm, president of the Coptic Assembly of America, who apologized to Counselor Najīb Jibrā’īl for not attending the conference.
The article reports on the statements of Counselor Najīb Jibrā’īl, head of the Egyptian Union for Human Rights and chairman of the upcoming first conference on Coptic grievances to be held in Egypt.
Ahmad al-Sa‘dāwī reports on a conference that will be organized in Cairo soon, which will discuss Coptic grievances.
In the wake of two important conferences held recently in Cairo about citizenship rights and democracy, Diana al-Dab‘ examines the role of Copts in diaspora in these two conferences.


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