Egypt Court Dismisses Claims that Christians Kidnapped Islamic Convert

Camilia Shehata

By Daniel Blake | Christian Post Contributor 1/7/2011 An Egyptian court has dismissed a lawsuit filed by Muslims requesting the disclosure of the wife of a Coptic priest, whom the Muslims allege converted to Islam and was being held against her will by Christians. The demand to know the whereabouts of Camilia Shehata was rejected by the court ...

Egypt: Enforced disappearance of Camilia Shehata

By IHRC 10/12/2010 LONDON: Six months have passed since Camilia Shehata, the 26-year-old wife of a priest, raised as an Orthodox Christian in Egypt disappeared after converting to Islam. She fled from her home on July 18, 2010 and was found five days later by police. The police handed her over to the Coptic Orthodox Church. According to the ...

Time for Dialogue

By Sameh Fawzi AL-AHRAM- 23 - 29 September 2010 Issue No. 1016 Muslim-Christian relationships face increasing challenges on ground. Positive feelings between key Islamic imams and senior clergymen cannot conceal escalating tensions between Egyptians from both religious communities. This contradictory situation was exemplified when Pope Shenouda, the Patriarch of the Coptic Orthodox Church, invited officials, dignitaries, religious thinkers ...