The so-called “Alliance Supporting Legitimacy” (of former Egyptian president Morsi), which is connected to the terrorist organization, the Muslim Brotherhood, has vowed to spark anew riots, protests, and likely terrorism in Egypt, on August 14, the date which marks when the Brotherhood’s “sit in” camps were emptied by the military, following the June 30 revolution.
The above picture recently appeared on several Arabic social media and websites. Its caption says: "First female slave market in Deir ez-Zur," a Syrian region that is 20 percent Christian and is currently occupied by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.
Regardless of its origin or authenticity, it’s true significance is that it perfectly relays what we do know is going on in Syria -- from fatwas permitting men to rape women, to fatwas calling on women to engage in the sex jihad, including against their will.
Exposing the Islamist and Salafi mindset, secular Egyptians continue posting and commenting on the assertions and observations made by the various clerics during former President Morsi’s one year reign and earlier, when Islamists felt especially free to speak their mind.
Wagdi Ghoneim, a pro-Muslim Brotherhood cleric reportedly living in Qatar is again trying to incite Egypt’s Muslims against the nation’s Christian minority, the Copts, whom he earlier threatened with genocide should they help oust former president Morsi.
Copts are again under attack in the Sinai. According to authorities, Dr. Wadi Ramses, owner and surgeon of the region’s first private-run hospital, Ramses Hospital, was abducted by armed members of the Islamic militant group operating in al-Arish last Sunday. They opened fire on his car, wounding him, before snatching him away to an unknown place.
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Coptic Solidarity 2014 Conference
The Annual Conference was held in Washington, D.C. on June 26-28, 2014.