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Najuīb Jubrā’īl, the head of the Egyptian Union for Human Rights Organization, stated that Copts are paying the price for participating in June 30th. This is through having more than 102 of their churches burnt (Husām Abū al-Makārim, et al, al-Wafd, Oct. 12, p. 5). Read original text in Arabic.  
 Counselor Najῑb Jubr’ῑl, Head of the Egyptian Union for Human Rights Organization, stated that the church does not intervene in the decision that members of her denomination take on whether to boycott the upcoming plebiscite or to vote for or against it. He added, that after January 25 Revolution...
President Muhammad Mursī on Friday (Nov. 8) issued a presidential decree appointing Bishop Tawadrus as Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of the See of Saint Mark as the decree was received by acting patriarch of the Coptic Orthodox Church Bishop Pachomius. [‘Imād Khalīl, ‘Id ‘Abd al-Jawād, Rashā al...
Lawyer and activist Najīb Jabrā’īl, Chairman of the Egyptian Union for Human Rights Organization, said Egyptians are one fabric that al-Tahrīr Square has seen the blood of both Muslims and Christians shed and mixed together. He said his organization is defending the rights of Copts from a...
The Nasr City Court of Misdemeanor is starting the first session in the trial of Ahmad Muhammad Mahmūd ‘Abd Allāh, better known as Abū Islām, the chairman of al-Omma (Nation) channel, his son Islām, the channel’s executive director, and Hānī Muhammad Yāsīn, a journalist in al-Tahrīr newspaper, on...
For the past 40 years, the church has been Copts’ sole refuge and Pope Shenouda III has been a religious leader and political intellectual thinking for all the congregation that the Christians have come down to only one person, the late patriarch. 
The conflict between the Coptic Orthodox Church and the Da’wah al- Salafiah has heightened after Yāssir Burhamī’s fatwá prohibited Muslims from congratulating Copts.
It’s been five years since the dispersal of Rābʿaa and Nahḍa sit-ins, however no one has forgotten the crime of burning the churches and assaulting the property of the Copts which was documented by the international and local organizations.
Participants in a conference for Copts in Cairo held by the Egyptian Organization Union  for Human Rights issued seven demands to confront the issue of the migration of Christians from the Arabic world. The demands included the fair representation of Christians in positions of authority, the...
Dr. Naguīb Jubrā’īl, president of the Egyptian Union Organization for Human Rights, stated that the organization has assimilated a group of legislative experts to put together proposals for laws related to fighting discrimination which, when prepared, will be presented to the next parliament.

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