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The behavior of Egypt's police towards Copts

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Details of kidnapping and returning of Coptic Woman from Jabal Al-Tair (Minya)

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Daash thought was deepen in Egypt

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Who is financing Daash?

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Anniversary of burning and looting of dozens of Coptic churches and property after dispersal of sit

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Christians in Mosul choose between Islam, Jizya, or death

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Copts a year after June 30 revolution

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Traditional reconciliation meetings held in Cairo under supervision of police

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A Sudanese Christian woman sentenced to death due to apostasy of Islam

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Copts and presidential elections of 2014

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Catholic churches declares sainthood of Pope John XXIII and pope Paul II

On April 27, 2014, the Catholic church declared sainthood of two Popes: John XXIII and Paul II. In this article, we will outline the ceremony and will highlight life of each of them and the procedures applicable according to the Catholic church to declare sainthood of any person.  More...
Salafis incite against Copts

Salafis adopts hate speech against Copts, which appears in the statements of their leaders such as Yasser Borhami, deputy of the Salafist call. They say these statements at convergent periods. They prohibit congratulating Copts on their feasts, show contempt for Christianity, describe Christians as infidels, say Christians may not occupy leadership positions in the state, and incite to hatred and reject them from the community. This file tackles their incitement, the silence of the State, and the media's role in highlighting this speech.  More...
99th anniversary of Armenian genocide in Turkey

This file tackles the 99th anniversary of the massacres and genocide committed by the Turks against the Armenians in 1915  More...
A year after the abduction of two Syrian bishops, their fate remains unknown

After a year since the abduction of two Syrian bishops, Bolous Yazigi and Youhanna Ibrahim, from the heart of the Reif Halab in Idlib, Syria, on April 22, 2013, their fate remains unknown. The kidnappers are unknown, and it is not certain whether the bishops are still alive.   More...
Prevalence of violence in the Egyptian society

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One year has passed since Al-Khousous massacre and Cathedral attack

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Al- Azhar moderation ... is it real?

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Trial of a convert named Bishoy (formerly Hegazy)

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Incitement against St. Catherine’s monastery

St. Catherine’s Monastery and its monks are experiencing fierce attacks by former major general Ahmed Ragae Attiya, who accuses them of treason and describes them as "occupiers." He claims they “threaten Egypt’s national security" and has filed several lawsuits against them in court, accusing the monastery of "infringing on monuments, effacing the Moses springs and changing the names of the mountains and valleys."   More...
Seven Copts killed in Benghazi, Libya

On Monday,24 February 2013 Libyan police discovered seven Egyptian Christians killed in the Grotha area, west of the city of Benghazi in the east of Libya. Islamist militants are active in this area and there are many kidnappings and car bombings, Libyan security officials said.   More...
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