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  • Manipulating law in banana republic

    Maged Samir
    We do live in the city of madness. We would that many countries may disappear on the map, but we will thank God that we are not among them. We do watch Syria, Libya and Iraq and thank God we are not suffering a civil war like them thinking we’re just fine.In our mad country, a nine years old child was sent to a social care house as punishment for stealing 5 loaves of bread to eat. We don’t care about the child as long as he was trie.. More
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Pope receives the Ethiopian People's diplomatic delegation

Pope Tawadros II, Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of Saint Mark See, received today the Ethiopian P..  More

Head of Ethiopian parliament: We appreciate the relationship with Coptic church

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Bishop of Sohag: The church is facing a fierce war by some websites

Abba Bachum, Bishop of Sohag, told Copts United that the Copts are suffering from inside and outside..  More

Electronic campaign launched to denounce attacking Pope Tawadros

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Copts and Poliltical Islam

Will the Protets on November 28 bring any positive change to the country?

Short But Not Sweet
  • Time Heals All

    There is a saying that goes, "Time heals all things" I firmly believe that we have a great chance to change our country for the better. We have a strong leader, and he is fair to both Muslims and Christians who dwell together here. We just have to deal with these pesky Muslim Brotherhood mem More
Conference Resolutions
  • Second International Coptic Conference - Washington, DC

    More than 220 thinkers, politicians, secularists and non-secularists, and Muslims from Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Iraq, Tunisia, Bahrain, Libya, Europe, the United States, and Australia, convened to study and discuss the status of the minorities in the Middle East and Islamic countries. It became evident from the discussions, work papers, reports, witness statements, participating Egyptian and international fact finding missions, and the international human rights organizations, that the state of the Copts in Egypt continued to deteriorate after the first Coptic Conference held in Zurich in September 2004 ..  More