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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Morris sadek ESq: Elimination of Egypt's Muslims are evil and corrupt

Morris sadek Esq: Elimination of Egypt's Muslims are evil and corrupt
Witnessed on Tuesday, October 26, 2010 and under the dome of the U.S. Congress a human rights conference in which Morris endorsed the President of the National Assembly Coptic America and Dr. Mounir Dawoud, leader of the Coptic American, Dr. Dwight Bashir, director of the religious freedoms of the U.S. Congress and a number of Jurists International.

The secretary of the conference, Chancellor Morris Sadek and Degrees, history and struggle in the field of human rights in Egypt and the United States and his defense of Egypt as a lawyer before the Egyptian Court of Cassation and the Supreme Military Court and the Constitutional Court and Supreme Administrative, and bound him as a consultant legal and membership of the union lawyers, the American DC Bar and writings legal and its role in defending the sanctity of Pope Shenouda.

In his speech after the date started followed by Secretary Morris his announcement that Egypt is not an Islamic constitution and did not mention it does not have an Islamic state and Islamic countries or Islamic scholar, but there are people believed in the ideology of Islamic Fascism

The number of Christians attending churches of all denominations and boring 25 million Coptic Christians, and are not Arabs and there is not an Arab country or an Arab world, but there are countries in Africa, Asia and the Middle East, Arabic-speaking.

Morris said: that the U.S. government and Congress are pushing to the Egyptian government $ 2 billion annually in order to exclude them from positions of sovereign and functional, political and snatch their daughters and force them to Islamization and Tabiehn as prostitutes in the Gulf countries, according to the report of Christian Solidarity International

He noted that the number of abducted women in the session the last year amounted to half a million girls in Egypt, Coptic Christians killed Muslims while they were praying inside the church, as happened in the Church of Abokerkas and the Muslims kill Christians and they went out of prayer Holiday Christmas as happened in the Nag Hammadi.

Morris said: Muslims in Egypt are not humans or humans after they killed the girl Mason diver and her father in Kosheh burned the body and there is destruction to the property of the Copts, the homes of their neighbors, Muslims, as happened in the Ayat and Farshout not been spared the churches of the burning at the hands of Muslims are bad guys and there is a video cameraman Muslims burned a church Dirout The biggest cheer of God and the governor of Minya and refuses to build a church bell after the demolition of the old and people are praying today in a tent

Morris became abusive when he continued to campaign against Egypt, Islam said: "The judiciary in Egypt did not condemn corrupt Muslim killed a Christian from the base of a heretical Islamic Ayakhm says the blood of Muslim blood of an infidel and raping minors and Marianne, Christine and tried for a rapist despite the irrelevance of the consent of the minor

Were also ruled out the Copts from all trade unions, but held organizations parallel to the trade unions such as the Arab doctors, lawyers, Islamists and all financial sponsor funding and Saudi Wahhabi against the Copts in Egypt, despite the fact that these Islamists Bachlon free bread from the American understanding of shouting against it and stand lawyers Islamists in front of the guild chanting against Christian symbols Alchristie Earerdoa Hnkhaliha and blood in the blood, although the law prohibited under Jailbirds in trade unions find any attorney's union law abiding and even appointed members of the Board of Directors

Morris said: In recent weeks, prompted the government in Egypt, protested outside the mosques Balaslamin against Christianity and religious symbols Kkdasp Pope Shenouda III and Saint Bishoy and left some Islamists on satellite channels are spreading lies about weapons of churches

He said Morris: at the same time, in which the Ministry of the Interior to withdraw special weapons for protection and licensed to the Copts While the share of Egypt and Israel in international relations, diplomatic, economic Interior Ministry issued a decree banning Christians from traveling to Israel Tours and visit the holy places of Christianity and Judaism

Ladies and Gentlemen, if we want to be an influential force Christians and live freely on the U.S. Congress and the U.S. administration to address all the points effectively, even if it had to prevent the fleet of U.S. wheat to travel to Egypt to eat bread and Muslims are killing Christians

Get up, O ye Iaamrica Americans kill the Copts in Egypt, American aid.

This statement was met with applause and influential were the subject of sympathy from all Americans, present and expressed regret for all that

Sunday, October 24, 2010

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Ten years ago, I was in Egypt interviewing Coptic Christians who described how persecution by Muslims had become a way of life for them. The situation is worse now because of increased abductions of Coptic girls, who are forced into a sham marriage with a Muslim, raped, forced to convert to Islam and separated for good from their families.

These are girls as young as 12 who are being grabbed off Egyptian streets. Photos are taken while the girl is being raped to blackmail her into converting, says Mary Abdelmassih, a Coptic activist.

"She's told the pictures will go to her family," she told me. "They'd rather die than have that happen."

Today (Jan. 7) being the Coptic Christmas, this as good a time as any to describe how these kidnappings are at epidemic levels in Egypt and how the plight of these poor women has become Christian sex slavery.

Because local police are more often than not in collusion with the kidnappers, the families have to come up with enormous sums to get their daughters back. If the family is poor, their daughter is gone forever. The Assyrian National News Agency says very few of the girls who have been kidnapped since the 1970s ever get returned to their families and none of the kidnappers have been brought to justice.

For instance, after Myrna Gamal Hanna, a 20-year-old Christian woman, called her family Sept. 30 to ask them to rescue her from a forced marriage to a Muslim, her father and five other men showed up at her Alexandria apartment and rescued her. Instead of punishing the husband, police tortured Myrna's family until they revealed where they had hidden the daughter. Then the family had to cough up several thousand dollars for those who had kidnapped the girl.

And last October, Samria Markos, a single mother living in Alexandria, said her 17-year-old daughter, Amira, disappeared while on her way to work at a plastics factory. She got a call from "Sheikh Mohammed" who told her Amira was converting to Islam. When she showed up at a local mosque to look for her daughter, she was told to keep silent or her 9-year-old son would be killed. The woman and her son fled the area. Amira has not been heard from since.

Many groups have criticized Egypt for this. On Nov. 10, Christian Solidarity International sent an open letter to President Obama reminding him of his human rights speech in Cairo last June and pointing out the Egyptian government's tacit approval of this scandal.

And late last month, the Pew Forum specifically mentioned the kidnappings and pinpointed Egypt as one of the world's most religiously repressive countries.

I called the Egyptian Embassy Tuesday for a response but got none. Judging from past responses, the government will say these girls ran away with Muslim men then claimed they were kidnapped to escape the ire of their families.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Egypt Cuts a Deal: Christians Fed to Muslim 'Lions'

Wednesday, October 20, 2010
Egypt Cuts a Deal: Christians Fed to Muslim 'Lions'
by Raymond Ibrahim
Hudson New York
October 18, 2010
For centuries, the Copts — Egypt's Christian, indigenous inhabitants — have been subject to persecution, discrimination, humiliation, and over all subjugation in their homeland (etymologically, "Copt" simply means "Egyptian"). In the medieval era, such treatment was a standard aspect of sharia's dhimmi codes, first ratified under Caliph Omar in the 7th century and based on Koran 9:29. Conversely, during the colonial era and into the mid 20th century, as Egypt experimented with westernization and nationalism, religious discrimination was markedly subdued. Today, however, as Egypt all but spearheads the Islamist movement — giving the world Sayyid Qutb, the Muslim Brotherhood, and Aymen Zawahiri in the process — that is, as Egypt reverts to its medieval character, the Copts find themselves again in a period of severe persecution.

And there appears to be no one to stop it — not even those most accountable: America's friend and ally, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and his government. Indeed, recent events indicate that the Mubarak regime is intentionally inciting Egypt's Muslims against the Copts.

Consider: on September 15, prominent Egyptian Muhammad Salim al-Awwa, ex-secretary general of the International Union for Muslim Scholars, appeared on Al Jazeera and, in a wild tirade, accused the Copts of "stocking arms and ammunitions in their churches and monasteries"— imported from Israel, no less, since "Israel is in the heart of the Coptic Cause" — and "preparing to wage war against Muslims."

He warned that if nothing is done, the "country will burn," urging Muslims to "counteract the strength of the [Coptic] Church." Al-Awwa further charged that Egypt's security forces cannot enter the monasteries to investigate for weapons — an amazing assertion, considering that Coptic monasteries are not only at the mercy of the state, but easy prey to Islamist/Bedouin attacks.

Needless to say, these remarks have inflamed Muslim passions (not to mention paranoia) against Egypt's Christians, who make approximately 12% of the population. To make matters worse, right on the heels of al-Awwa's "monastery-conspiracy-theory," Islamist leaders began to circulate baseless rumors that the Church and Pope Shenouda III "kidnap" Coptic women who willingly convert to Islam, and trap them in desert monasteries, "torturing" and "re-indoctrinating" them back to Christianity — even when the women in question publicly insist they never converted to Islam.

Due to all these allegations, since last month, there have been at least ten mass demonstrations in Egypt — most numbering in the thousands — condemning the Copts, the Coptic Church, and Pope Shenouda. The "Front of Islamic Egypt" issued a statement promising the Copts a "blood bath." Most recently, on October 8, Muslim demonstrators chanted "Shenouda, just wait, we will dig your grave with our own hands," while burning the 86 year-old pope's effigy.

At the very least, the usually intrusive Mubarak regime could have easily dispelled the absurd rumor that Coptic monks, among Egypt's most humble figures, were stockpiling weapons for an imaginary coup d'état in Egypt, by formally investigating and clearing the monasteries of the charge. Same with the ludicrous rumors that the Pope is kidnapping and torturing Coptic women who freely convert to Islam — an especially odd rumor considering the reverse is true: in Egypt, Christian women are regularly kidnapped and compelled to embrace Islam.

To further exacerbate matters, on September 26, Al Azhar, a formal state body of Egypt, denounced a remark on Koran 5:17, which accuses Christians of being "infidels," made by a Coptic clergyman at an internal meeting on dogma, as "blasphemous." It further took this opportunity to state formally that citizenship rights in Egypt "are conditional to respect for the Islamic identity" of Egypt, thereby reversing any modern progress made regarding Egyptian equality and reinforcing the Copts' historical role as dhimmis (i.e., conditionally tolerated religious minorities). Pope Shenouda was further compelled to publicly apologize "if our Muslim brothers' feelings were hurt."

All this in a nation where Christian and Jewish scriptures are systematically denounced as fabricated. Indeed, mere weeks earlier, a well known publishing house in Egypt issued a book dedicated to "proving" that Christians had forged the Bible. Such double standards are well entrenched: after all, whereas the Coptic clergyman privately remarked on a Koranic verse, the Egyptian government openly interferes with Christian doctrine, while preventing Muslims from converting to Christianity, in accordance to sharia's ridda, or apostasy, laws. For example, Mohammad Hegazy is one of many Egyptians who tried formally to change his religion from Muslim to Christian on his I.D. card —in Egypt, people are Gestapo-like categorized by their religion — only to be denied by the Egyptian court. (Many other such anecdotes abound.)

Considering the citizenship rights Copts enjoyed in the early to mid 20th century, how did things come to this pass? Much of this can be traced to Mubarak's predecessor, Anwar Sadat, who altered Egypt's Constitution — by adding Article 2, "sharia is the principle source of legislation" — only to be rewarded, ironically, with assassination by the Islamist "Frankenstein monster" he had empowered. Since then, there has been a tacit agreement between the government and the Islamists. As Youssef Ibrahim puts it, the agreement "turned over to Islamists control in media, education, and government administrations in return for allowing Mr. Mubarak's rule to go on unchallenged, setting the stage … for his son, Gamal, to succeed him. As part of the deal, [Mubarak] agreed to feed Egypt's Christians to the growing Islamic beast."

Hence the dire situation the Copts find themselves in. Magdi Khalil, a human rights activist at the forefront of the "Coptic question," states that "Egypt is on the verge of chaos and change of regime and there is a plan for Copts to pay the price of this predicted chaos, by directing the surplus violence, hate and barbarism towards them." This redirection onto the Copts is obvious even in subtle things: aside from the habitual anti-Copt indoctrination that goes on in mosques — all of the aforementioned demonstrations occurred immediately after Friday's mosque prayers — Egypt's state run public education system also marginalizes, if not ostracizes, the Copts (see, for example, Adel Guindy's "The Talibanization of Education in Egypt").

More obvious proof of the government's complicity is the fact that, not only has it not prevented or dispersed the increasingly rabid demonstrations against the Copts — the way it viciously and unequivocally does whenever any protests are directed against itself — but Egyptian security, as Magdi Khalil affirmed in a phone conversation, actually facilitate, and sometimes participate, in these mass demonstrations. After all, Islamists who publicly call for the death of the Pope do so, writes Ibrahim Eissa, "knowing quite well that State Security will not touch them, since demonstrations are directed against the Pope and not the President, the Church and not the inheritance issue [Gamal Mubarak as successor of his father]. Those who go out in Jihad against 'inheritance,' democracy and election fraud are beaten mercilessly by security forces but those who go out to incite sectarian violence between Muslims and Christians believe …that they are the friends and 'buddies' of the police and the State Security."

As history teaches, whenever a majority group casts all its woes onto a minority group, great tragedy often follows. This is especially so when the majority group in question begins taking on an Islamist—that is, intolerant, violent, and medieval — character. Yet if Egypt's "secular" government and U.S. ally is willing to sacrifice the Coptic scapegoat to appease the ever-burgeoning Islamist monster it has been nurturing for some four decades, to whom can Egypt's Christians look for relief?

Raymond Ibrahim is associate director of the Middle East Forum, author of The Al Qaeda Reader, and guest lecturer at the National Defense Intelligence College.

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Egyptian State Security Behind Anti-Church Demonstrations

AINA) -- The recent mounting attack by Muslim fundamentalists on the Coptic Church and its head Pope Shenouda III, accusing him of causing sectarian tensions and calling for his "disposal", is seen by some as a sign that matters "got out of hand" and that Egypt is heading towards a catastrophe, while others see the "steady hand of the State Security agents" directing all players like marionettes in a play written and directed by them, to target the Christian minority and achieve political gains for the Regime at the same time.

In the last month various fundamentalist groups held ten demonstrations, each after coming out of mosques following Friday prayers, against the 86-year-old ailing Coptic Pontiff, in which he was accused of being a US agent, an abductor and torturer of female Muslim converts from Christianity (AINA 9-18-2010), of stockpiling weapons in monasteries and churches to carry out war against Muslims, and of plans to divide Egypt to create a Coptic State(AINA 9-22-2010).

The latest in the series of demonstrations was on October 8, when nearly 500 Salafis (those who follow the ways of the first Muslims) staged a protest in front of the Ibrahim Mosque in Alexandria, after Friday prayers. They called again for the release of Muslim women allegedly held against their will by churches and also for the trial of Father Bishoy, secretary of the Holy Synod, for his comments questioning the authenticity of the Quran. Their litany of demands included calls for searching monasteries and churches to look for weapons, as well issuing threats such as "Shenouda, just wait, we will dig your grave with our own hands" and "Islamic, Islamic, Egypt will remain Islamic." They called on Christians to dispose of Shenouda before things get worse and for a boycott of Coptic businesses. Photos of the Pope were burnt in effigy and hit with shoes (video).

The mounting tensions between Muslims and Christians aim to foment havoc ahead of crucial political landmarks, from the People's Assembly elections slated for November 29 to the presidential elections next year. Many recall the demonstrations staged against the Coptic Church in Alexandria in advance of 2005 parliamentary elections, allegedly instigated by the Muslim Brotherhood to spoil the chances of Coptic candidates of being elected.

The role of state security during these demonstrations was widely criticized. Outspoken government critic, Ibrahim Eissa, who was editor of the independent al-Dustour newspaper until he was sacked last week, criticized the role of the State Security. In an article dated September 27, Eissa said that thousands of Salafi Muslims go out demonstrating against the Coptic Pope and the Church believing they are on a Jihadi mission for the sake of Allah and at the same time "knowing quite well that State Security will not touch them, since demonstrations are directed against the Pope and not the President, the Church and not the inheritance issue [Gamal Mubarak as successor of his father]. "Those who go out in Jihad against 'inheritance', democracy and election fraud are beaten mercilessly by security forces but those who go out to incite sectarian violence between Muslims and Christians believe that Allah is with them, and that they are the friends and 'buddies' of the police and the State Security."

In an interview with state-owned TV Channel "Al Hayat el Yom" on September 27, Pope Shenouda expressed his concern about the ongoing situation. "Matters have become very, very, very sensitive," He said. "I try to pacify my people, but I fear they may lose this peace, because of too many incitements." The defiant Pope lashed out at the role played by the media and the instigators, who have an effect on the masses, causing hatred between Muslims and Christians and between the Church and the State. He defended his silence by saying: "Our silence does not mean that we do not have an answer to what is said about us, we have a strong response. But we do not want to add fuel to the fire, and we prefer silence. However our silence should not be used to cause more incitement and insults. No. this matter is unacceptable and is not for the good of the country and its image."

Enraged Copts vowed to stage sit-ins to protest the fabricated accusations levied against their Pope and the church, "which have gone beyond description and imagination and has never happened before in the history of Egypt," said Coptic activist Dr. Fawzy Hermina. A demonstration was organized for October 6 in the Coptic Cathedral in Cairo during the Pope's weekly Wednesday sermon.

On October 3rd a statement issued by an unknown organization naming itself "Front of Islamic Egypt" warned Copts to stay at home with their wives and children as their would be a bloody confrontation on Wednesday. This organization's statement was the second in the series, the first of which promised the Copts a blood bath.

The Coptic Church issued a statement asking for no sit-ins inside the Cathedral. The Wednesday sermon was attended by more than 10,000 Copts "to show support to our Pope and to show fundamentalists that we are not cowards, and they cannot intimidate us," said a Coptic family who attended the sermon. State Security was present around the Cathedral and blocked all roads leading to the venue.

According to Magdi Khalil, head of the Middle East Freedom Forum, who is an authority on Fundamentalist movements, "Fundamentalist movements have a deep-rooted hatred to all that is non-Muslim, and they are ready to do anything and commit any crime against non-Muslims, especially Jews and Christians." Security and intelligence agencies managed these movements before and after President Sadat's assassination by them, and used them for violence against the Copts in the seventies, are using the same mechanisms to steer their anger in the same direction again."

He believes that security authorities are 'killing two birds with one stone' namely directing, under their guidance, the excess violence present in these movements towards the Copts, away from the Regime as Sadat did, secondly to distract the Egyptians away from certain important issues such as preparation for transfer of power (between Mubarak and his son) and the upcoming elections. "Besides they want to discipline the Copts, whose voices became louder from the standpoint of security services" according to Khalil.

"The Pope hinted in his recent interviews with state-owned TV that Copts understand the game played by security and he wondered out loud where the national security is from all what is happening," Khalil said, "which is a clear accusation that the security and intelligence services run the whole game."

Also implicating security was Coptic activist Dr. Hermina, who said "The Regime is presenting the Church and the Pope as a scapegoat on a gold platter to these neo-Wahhabis in order to appease them."

Outspoken Activist Wagih Yacoub confirmed the complicity of security in these demonstrations. "If they want, they can stop these demonstrations immediately as they did with oppositions groups of 'Kefaya' and '6th April'," he said. "Besides, Security wants to sew fear in Copts of what could come if fundamentalists took over control of the country, which puts them in a good bargaining position with the Church regarding support for future election and succession plans."

On October 5, in a televised address to the Nation on the occasion of 37th anniversary of the 1973 war between Egypt and Israel, Mubarak spoke about preserving national unity among both Muslims and Christians. "National unity constitutes a red line that I will allow no one to cross," Mubarak warned. "Those who incite sectarian division must know they are not above the law. They must know we will thwart their attempts to drag religious and intellectual symbols into their conspiracies." But only three days later, despite the President's warnings, the tenth demonstration was held in Alexandria with the presence of the head of Alexandria State Security.

Mary Abdelmassih

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