Muslim Brotherhood Gloats Over UK Decision Not to Ban Org.
By Coptic Solidarity

Anas al-Tikriti, a leader of UK-based Muslim Brotherhood lobby groups, said he “welcomed reports from Western media which exposed the refusal of British Prime Minister David Cameroon’s government to ban Muslim Brotherhood activities and labeling it a terrorist organization.” Al-Tikriti further posted on his Facebook page, according to Arabic media, that “this represents a new defeat to [Sisi’s] Egyptian regime.”


Help Persecuted Christians and Minorities Today!
By Lindsay Vessey

 These are trying times for Copts and other religious minorities in their indigenous homelands. Coptic Solidarity is working at the forefront to bring greater attention to the genocide of Christians, Yazidis, and others in Iraq. But we need more partners to continue our efforts.

In June, Coptic Solidarity hosted our 5th Annual Conference in Washington, DC, partnering with MECHRIC and representatives of religious minorities throughout the Middle East and North Africa raising awareness of the situation of Copts and the threat ISIS posed to Iraqi minorities.

Pope Francis Supports Intervention in Iraq
By John Burger

Says he is willing to visit nation where Christians are under siege.

Pope Francis supports international intervention in Iraq and is willing to go to there personally if it will help end the violence against Christians and other religious minorities, Catholic News Agency reports.

“In these cases where there is an unjust aggression, I can only say that it is licit to stop the unjust aggressor,” Pope Francis told reporters on his flight back from South Korea. “I underscore the verb 'stop.' I don't say 'to bomb' or 'make war,' (but) 'stop it,'” the Pope said.

The Sisi Doctrine
By Michael Wahid Hanna – FP

Egypt's posture in a tumultuous region echoes the nascent regime's domestic efforts to consolidate power and re-impose repressive stability. Staunching the further rise of IS takes precedence over regional competition and sectarian power politics.

UN Security Council Adopts Resolution on Extremist Groups in Iraq, Syria
By UN Press Office

The UN Security Council adopted on August 15 resolution 2170 (2014) condemning gross, widespread abuse of human rights by extremist groups in Iraq, Syria. The text, adopted under Chapter VII of the UN Charter, places sanctions on individuals associated with those organizations.

Calling on all United Nations Member States to act to suppress the flow of foreign fighters, financing and other support to Islamist extremist groups in Iraq and Syria, the Security Council this afternoon put six persons affiliated to those groups on its terrorist sanctions list.

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Coptic Solidarity 2014 Conference

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