No to Terrorism and Religious and Sectarian Violence

The inhuman crime committed by the Islamic State terrorist organization on February 15, 2015 against the 21 Egyptian Christians on the basis of religious identity should not pass without popular reaction.


Etched in Stone

A eulogy in non-metered rhyme to mourn our sons martyred on the shores of Libya. I am sure you all know that St. Mark was half Libyan. They were called to glory from his homeland.

ISIS and Obama’s Summit

The Copts and Kurds know the threat is more than ‘violent extremism.’


The White House hosts its Summit on Countering Violent Extremism this week, and Islamic State seems not to understand it wasn’t invited.


Time to Intervene in Libya

The policy makers of the Bush administration, secure in the wisdom lodged behind rimless glasses, argued that unless Saddam is brought to heel Al Qaeda will seek his protection. We now know the opposite to be true; the henchmen of Saddam have sought the protection of Al Qaeda and have become a significant part of the leadership of its bloody successor,


Egypt and Saudi Arabia: From Muhammad Ali to al-Sisi

In 1744, a pact between the ruler of Diriyah Prince Muhammad bin Saud, and radical preacher Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab, paved the way for an alliance between sword and religion, acting as a founding charter for the nascent Saudi State, and combining the ultraconservative Wahhabi faith of Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab with the militant ideology of bin Saud.



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Coptic Solidarity 2015 Conference

The Annual Conference was held in Washington, D.C. on June 11-13, 2015.


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