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  • It's time to treat the Christians fairly

    It is indisputable that Christians are indigenous citizens in Iraq. Their existence in this country is prehistorically and they embraced Christianity since its very beginning as well. This is verified with tons of historical monuments museums and documents in Iraq.They do not lack the efficiency in all areas: scientific, medical, literary, artistic, media, academic, and political. As for their rol.. More
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Pope travels to the Netherlands next week under tight security measures

Pope Tawadros II, Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of St. Mark See, travels next week to the Netherl..  More

Security prevents sectarian clashes in Aswan as strangers were visiting St. Mary

The influx of strangers to pray at the Church of St. Mary in Aswan raised anger of the Muslim neighb..  More

Diocese of Minya thanks Muslim neighbors for extinguishing fire at St. George ch

Diocese of Minya thanked Muslim neighbors of St. George church who extinguished the big fire at the ..  More

Pope Francis calls for international action on the ground against Daash

Pope Francis called the international community to take an action on the ground to stop persecuting ..  More
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Copts and Poliltical Islam

Do you think that Hamas will accept the Egyptian initiative for cease fire?

Short But Not Sweet
  • To what End?

    You can travel anywhere in the world and will still find that ever so popular image of the Muslim woman covering her hair or her whole body. Europe, Canada, America all can see Arab Muslim tourists visiting the country, why? Because they enjoy the peace and calmn. While you can see now that all 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