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Muslim Brotherhood Opens Fire on Christian Church
By Coptic Solidarity

Muslim Brotherhood affiliates just launched an attack on yet another Coptic Christian church, the Church of the Angel Raphael on 20th Street in the area of Faisal, Egypt.

Al-Sisi at Davos Touts Egypt’s Political, Economic Reemergence
By MEBriefing

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi made a strong personal intervention at the annual World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, linking Egypt’s fight against the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) to the recent mass demonstrations in France following the Paris terror attacks of early January, and also linking economic development to the fight against terrorism.


Boko Haram Attacks Major Nigerian City in a Sustained Assault
By The New York Times

Maiduguri, the major city in Nigeria’s northeast, came under sustained attack from Boko Haram terrorists on Sunday, and officials here called it the group’s most audacious assault on the city to date.


Reports: ‘Daesh’ Executed 21 Egyptian Copts Kidnapped in Sirte
By Al-Dostour

Libyan security source, as well as eye-witnesses, said that Egyptian Copts kidnapped by al "Daash" in Sirte, Libya, a few days ago, have been killed. The organization had announced that it captured 21 Christian Egyptians end of December, and efforts to uncscover their place of detention for almost a month failed.


Genocide in Iraq
By Tina Ramirez– Liberty Magazine

There is only one way to ensure the survival of Iraq’s ancient religious communities: help the locals regain their land and territorial integrity. If they lose this, their only option is to resettle outside Iraq; and likely no amount of humanitarian assistance will prevent their exodus from the area.

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