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Mobs in Nigeria Burn Female Christian Student Alive for “blasphemy”

By Raymond Ibrahim – On Thursday, a Muslim mob beat and burned to death a female Christian student in Nigeria.  She was apparently accused of “blasphemy.” A brief video clip shows a massive [...]

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Grand Imam Whitewashes Islamic Conquests

By Raymond Ibrahim – The American Thinker – On April 24, the grand imam of Islam’s most prestigious institution, Al Azhar, delivered an address before the heads of [...]

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Biden: ‘So Many Muslims Are Targeted With Violence’ and ‘Oppressed for Their Religious Beliefs’

By Raymond Ibrahim – Day by day, it seems that the ruling class and their media mouthpiece are dedicated to one principle: find problems where none exist and ignore real problems that are [...]

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The killing of Father Arsanious Wadid is a reminder more needs to be done to ensure religious equality

By Ellis Heasley – SightMag Australia- On 7th April Fr Arsanious Wadid, a Coptic Orthodox priest based in Alexandria, Egypt, was carrying out youth work on a seaside promenade in his home city [...]

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Fear is a City that Copts Inhabit

By Farah Rafik – Egyptian Streets- It’s 2010: armed men exchange gunfire, rocks and Molotov cocktails are tossed, and deafening silence inhabits our household when my teary-eyed mother says, [...]

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Iran’s Role in Persecution of Mideast Christians Is Overlooked

By David Isaac – JNS – The West is missing a critical component of the story when it comes to the persecution of Middle East Christians, said Farhad Rezaei, a visiting lecturer at [...]

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U.N. Foists ‘Combat Islamophobia’ Day on the World

by Raymond Ibrahim – It’s official: The United Nations, following the Muslim world’s lead, has formally accepted the concept of “Islamophobia,” a move that will undoubtedly [...]

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Intertwined Hierarchies: Religion and Gender in the Personal Status Laws of Orthodox Copts in Egypt

Marina Samir – Rowaq CIHRS – Abstract : This paper raises questions about the extent to which the demand for a uniform civil personal status law, as advocated by progressive forces in [...]

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An Egyptian writer called for Islamic reformation. The response reveals an authoritarian dilemma.

By Ezzedine C. Fishere – The Washington Post – In February, Egypt’s attorney general decided to investigate the writer and talk show host Ibrahim Eissa over his questioning [...]

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Iran’s role in persecution of Mideast Christians is overlooked

 By David Isaac – JNS –  According to York University’s Farhad Rezaei, what distinguishes Iran when it comes to persecution of Christians is that it is pursuing a “strategy of [...]