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Systemic Discrimination: Comparing America’s Blacks to Egypt’s Copts

By Raymond Ibrahim – for Coptic Solidarity – On Jan. 17, 2023, Presidential Decree #12 was announced in Egypt.  It lists 100 newly appointed vice-presidents of the State Council. Only [...]

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President Sisi Directs to Establish New “Grand Mosques” in All Governorates

Ambassador Bassam Rady, the official spokesperson for the Presidency, said that President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi held a meeting on Jan. 20 to follow up on the Islamic call (Da’wa) and community [...]

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Palestinian ‘Youth’ Beat and Pepper Spray Elderly Coptic Priest, Stone Church in Jaffa

By Raymond Ibrahim – for Coptic Solidarity – On Christmas Eve, Dec. 24, 2022, a group of Palestinian “youth” assaulted a Coptic Christian church in Jaffa.  After hurling stones and empty glass [...]

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One Copt out of One Hundred, Appointed by El-Sisi at State Council

By Coptic Solidarity- A Presidential Decree, #12 for 2023, dated Jan 17, and published in the Official Gazette on Jan 18, lists 100 newly appointed vice-presidents of the State Council. Only one [...]

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Jesus, Mary, and Joseph: ‘Canceled’ in Egypt

By Raymond Ibrahim – for Coptic Solidarity – “Unknown Persons” recently vandalized a beloved Christian icon in Muslim majority Egypt. Belonging to the Monastery of the Virgin Mary, in Durunka, [...]

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“Pray in the Rain!” Local Governor Tells Coptic Christians Bereft of a Church Roof

By Raymond Ibrahim – For Coptic Solidarity – As recently reported, on Dec. 24, 2022, Muslims attacked a church and its Christians in Egypt, after authorities gave the Christians permission to fix [...]

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Christmas Eve Church Violence Erupts in Egypt

By Raymond Ibrahim – Special for Coptic Solidarity – As Christmas Eve was being celebrated in the West, in Egypt, Muslims rioted and attacked a church on Dec. 24, 2022.  The church’s great [...]

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A Year in Review: What Did Coptic Solidarity Do in 2022

Following more than two years of tireless efforts as the leading advocate for the release of Coptic prisoner of conscience Ramy Kamel, and a quiet diplomacy meeting on October 7, 2021 with an [...]

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Institutionalized Discrimination: Mosques vs Churches in Egypt

By Raymond Ibrahim – Special for Coptic Solidarity – Egypt’s Ministry of Endowments recently announced a new record: an additional 1,200 new mosques were opened in the year 2022. [...]

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UN ECOSOC Members Approved Coptic Solidarity for Accreditation After 7 Year Obstruction

By Coptic Solidarity – Christian News Wire – (Washington, DC) December 8, 2022 Yesterday, December 7, Member States of the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) voted for nine [...]