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  • Clients and wars of the fourth generation

    Michel Fahmy
    I was watching CBC private TV, which is owned by an Egyptian Mohammed Amin (former sanitary merchant). Suddenly I found a man who decided to spread his pessimism and despair. The anchor was only entitled to ask him the previously agreed questions and let him do his job.He started by talking about Fourth-generation warfare (4GW) that is conflict characterized by a blurring of the lines between war .. More
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Oum El Nour celebrates the 10th anniversary in the presence of prime minster

Oum El Nour service celebrated the 10th anniversary in the presence of Ibrahim Mahlab, Egypt’s pri..  More

Abba Paula: Civil marriage is considered fornication

Abba Paula member of the Holy Synod said that civil marriage is considered fornication by the Church..  More

Gebrael denounces “shameful representation” of Copts in the next parliament

Naguib Gebrael, head of the Egyptian Union of Human Rights Organization, described the representatio..  More

Syriac Catholic Church leaders demands to apply Al-Azhar declaration

Bishops of the Syriac Catholic Church demanded to release Mosul and Nineveh from the hands of jihadi..  More
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  • Government and fans battle in court and on the pitch in Egyp

    By-James M. Dorsey
    Egyptian and Turkish football pitches are set to re-emerge as battlegrounds between militant, street battle-hardened fans and authoritarian leaders in a life and death struggle that involves legal pro More

    Human rights and Rabaa

    Mina M. Azer
    I won’t talk today about details of the dispersal of Rabaa Adawia sit-in, as it has been searched on the both local and global levels. The Egyptian fact-finding committee and international human rights organizations agreed that Egyptian p More

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