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  • Finally Some Politically Incorrect Correctness

    Magdy Malak
    Ah the "West." The Western point of view on anything is as follows: if you are going to say something which offends someone, it is politically incorrect, and therefore should not be said. For the longest time, the negative stigma associated with condemning radical extremists was palpable. If you said anything against someone's religion, it was seen as this politically incorrect, discriminatory, of.. More
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Sources: Egyptian 'Israel collaborator' beheaded

A 35-year-old Bedouin man has been beheaded in southern Sheikh Zuweid city in Egypt for allegedly co..  More

Child rights coalition concerned about child abduction rates

The National Coalition for the Rights of the Egyptian Child expressed, on Friday deep concern about ..  More

Armed Forces delivers Beni Suef Nuns’ school today

Manal Faik, principal of Beni Suef Nuns’ school said that today is the due time to receive the sch..  More

Anba Pachomius speaks to his congregation on ME SAT

Anba Pachomius, former acting Patriarch, spoke with ME SAT television yesterday from London in order..  More

14 Copts arrested in Jabal al-Tair incidents

Samalot Prosecution decided the continued imprisonment of 14 of the Copts who were arrested in the i..  More

15 MB members acquitted after being charged with burning shops of Copts

15 members of the Muslim Brotherhood were acquitted after being charged with attacking shops of the ..  More
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  • Obama's emerging foreign policy doctrine

    By-Sally Kohn
    Critics say that President Barack Obama's foreign policy is "feckless," "mushy" or "too cautious" and above all, that it lacks a clear overarching doctrine. But Obama's foreign policy is very clear More

    Is Egypt Doomed to Autocracy?

    By Alaa Al Aswany, The New York Times
    “I blew a few smoke rings, remembering those years. Pot had helped, and booze; maybe a little blow when you could afford it ... And if the high didn’t solve whatever it was that was getting you down, it could at least help you laugh at More

Copts and Poliltical Islam

Do you think that the terrorist group \"Daash\" will be able to enter Egypt?

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