A Christian in prison
Youssef Sidhom

This is the sequel to an editorial of last June on an unprecedented blunder on the part of the Civil Affairs Authority.

The Satanic Policy of the Wahabi Kingdom

by Medhat Klada  

Coptic Assembly 

“Beware the barefooted man when he can finally afford a shoe.” This Egyptian saying applies to anyone from the lower class without manners or money if things change for him and he became wealthy and influential.

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  GMT 11:30:00 2006 الأربعاء 22 نوفمبر

  د أحمد صبحي منصور


Pan-Arabism: the inhuman progenitor of Islamic Terrorism

By Prof. Dr. Muhammad Shamsaddin Megalommatis 

The deep and hidden reason of the tyrannical oppression practiced throughout the Middle East is the imposition by France and England of pan-Arabic nationalist cliques that intend to dictatorially arabize the various peoples of the Middle East, who are – all – not Arabs. The monstruosity of the cultural deformation of numerous peoples deprived of their identity is such that the \colonial gun' backfired: Islamic Terrorism is the end result of Pan-Arabism.


The Story of “Abaya” by a Saudi Columnist.  



Saudi Columnist Maha Al-Hujailan: 'How Did Men Succeed in Convincing Women to Transform the Free Personality That Allah Endowed Them With Into Enslaved Characters Wearing an Abaya?' 

Address given by Bat Ye'or 

Here is an address given by Bat Ye'or, the pioneering scholar of dhimmitude, at Paul Gerhardt Church in Munich, Germany, at Christian Solidarity International's 29th Annual Meeting, which was held from November 2 to November 4, 2006.

A quiet, middle-class boy who turned into a jihad warrior bent on killing


  Source Daily Telegraph

 Dhiren Barot was the least likely al-Qa'eda chief imaginable, nothing like the perceived picture of a man planning to set off a dirty bomb in London and hoping to rock western society with a series of terrorist atrocities.


Heba Kotb



Cairo, 7 Nov. (AKI) - by Alessia de Luca -

Heba Kotb receives visitors in a small study on the second floor of a building in Sharia Sudani, in Cairo's residential neighbourhood of Mohandeseen. Hanging on the wall of the study is her medical degree and sexology

Hot for Martyrdom

Source American Congress for Truth 

By Michael Coren National Post, Canada

Dr. Tawfik Hamid doesn't tell people where he lives. Not the street, not the city, not even the country. It's safer that way.  It's only the letters of testimony from some of the highest intelligence officers in the western world that enable him to move freely.  

From Speaking His Mind To Expulsion From Al Azhar: Abdelkareem Nabil Soliman’s New Dilemma

Abdelkareem Nabil Soliman has had a tough time of it.

First, the 22-year-old law student attending Egypt’s world-famous Islamic university, Al Azhar, witnessed late 2005’s Alexandria Riots firsthand.


Barnabas Fund

In the light of the recently publicised case of the British Airways employee who was suspended for refusing to remove or cover the cross she wears on a chain around her neck, this communiqué looks at the meaning of the cross for Christian communities in the Muslim world.

Fierce Debate Over Veils in Egypt  

Source The Guardian  


The origin of the debate could not be more intimate: what a woman chooses to wear before she leaves home. But the increasing popularity of the full Muslim face veil has set off an emotional dispute in the Arab world over whether the covering is required by Islam for modesty or a dangerous sign of political extremism.

No, sheik, sorry isn't good enough

Source The Australian

For too long the West's unreciprocated tolerance has allowed fanatical Muslim leaders such as Taj Din al-Hilali to spawn a new generation of Islamic radicals who reject our values, writes Janet Albrechtsen


West losing terror war by capitulating to Political Islam

Source World Net Daily 

Opinions about Iraq are split. One side says ''Stay the Course!'' – what was done and is being done, despite the losses, is necessary for ''victory,'' whatever that means.

Death to the Apostates

By Robert Spencer


An Afghan citizen named Abdul Rahman, you may recall, made international news last spring, when his conversion from Islam to Christianity led to his arrest, with the intention of putting him on trial for apostasy. At that time he was spirited away to safety in Italy.

An Afghan citizen named Abdul Rahman, you may recall, made international news last spring, when his conversion from Islam to Christianity led to his arrest, with the intention of putting him on trial for apostasy. At that time he was spirited away to safety in Italy.

When An ID Card Is a Life Sentence by Sara Ghorab

 The Specter of Christianity 

If you live in the States or the West, you may not understand why
Egypt’s Copts sometimes hide their wrists in the company of Muslims.

The Price of Refusing Islam  by Sara Ghorab 

In years past, the price of refusing Islam—for Copts in Egypt, anyway—included either paying the Jizia (Humiliation Tax), or dying by the sword. And, in the interest of furthering the new “Official Language of Islam,” Arabic, Copts were forced to learn this new tongue—unless they felt like having theirs ripped out. 


Gruesome images, I know. But unfortunately, we’re only getting started with the horror show. See, a young man, Hani Sarofim Nasrala Issak, who was a soldier in the Egyptian Army until very recently, has departed this earth.  

Ban the veil

ban the veilSource Daily Express

By Padraic Flanagan

CONCERNED Britons gave massive backing last night to calls for Muslim women to ditch the veil.

An astonishing 97 per cent of Daily Express readers agreed that a ban would help to safeguard racial harmony.

Our failure to confront radical Islam is there for all to see
By Denis MacShane

Source Daily Mail

 Denis MacShane is Labour MP for Rotherham and worked at the Foreign Office as PPS and minister, 1997-2005 

At long last, the debate on Islamism as politics, not Islam as religion, is out in the open. Two weeks ago, Jack Straw might have felt he was taking a risk when publishing his now notorious article on the Muslim veil.

The cross belongs at the heart of British culture 

Source Daily Telegraph


Silence has been the notable response from the bishops of the Church of England to the decision by British Airways to forbid employees from visibly wearing even a tiny cross on a necklace.

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