Copt


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Copt

1. a member of the Coptic Church
2. an Egyptian descended from the ancient Egyptians
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Many Copts and Muslims in America are very successful, but some are less fortunate.
However, he illustrated that Copts who join these parties are responsible for the consequences of their decisions in the future.
Justin Rose, who led at the halfway point in last weekend's US Masters, has progressed a long way since winning the Peter McEvoy Trophy at Copt Heath
Flagrant bias against Copts by the police and state security, whom often oppress victims, absolve aggressors, and force the innocent to drop their rights, thus helping perpetuate the impunity which Muslim radicals feel toward Copts.
Some Coptic businessmen and political activists, however, resist this call and urge Copts to participate in the elections and not underestimate their power that could gain them around 10 per cent of the overall seats, 50 in the People's Assembly, the Lower House of Parliament, and 25 in the Shura Council, the Upper House of Parliament.
When Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak visited President Barack Obama on August 17, the Voice of the Copts strongly protested with a rally and a press conference in Washington DC.
During those years, he has served COPT effectively in a number of influential roles.
Since acquiring the site, COPT has progressed only modestly on plans to redevelop Fort Ritchie into a unique mixed-use development that integrates the Fort's historic stone structures with state-of-the-art office, retail, recreational, and residential facilities.
The statement said the clashes started as a verbal dispute between a Muslim and a Copt that residents resolved.
Shidler, Chairman of COPT's Board of Trustees, has advised the Company that he intends to exercise his right under COPT's operating partnership agreement to cause COPT to redeem 1.