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Book Review: A Sword Over the Nile

By Saba E. Demian, M.D. Sword over the Nile is as much a reference as it is a book. It is amply annotated, referenced, cross-referenced, as any historical document need be. This scientific [...]

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A Sword Over the Nile: New Book Exposes 14 Centuries of Christian Persecution

By Raymond Ibrahim – The American Thinker – February 2015 was the first time many in the West had heard of the Copts, Egypt’s indigenous, Christian inhabitants.  Then the [...]

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Coptic Solidarity Applauds Publication of a Key Book on Copts’ History

By Coptic Solidarity – Christian News Wire July 14, 2020 Coptic Solidarity congratulates its cofounder and first president (2010 – 2015), Mr. Adel Guindy, on the recent publication of his [...]

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Annual State Department Report: What Constitutes Improvement for Copts in Egypt?

By Coptic SolidarityJune 17, 2020 The State Department released its annual International Religious Freedom (IRF) report last week on June 10, 2020, covering 2019. Each year, Coptic Solidarity [...]

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Here’s What True ‘Racism’ and Police Brutality Look Like

By Raymond Ibrahim – Two themes permeate much of the discourse surrounding ongoing riots: that racism in America, particularly against blacks, is “systemic”; and that any show of force [...]

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Egypt arrests 14 Copts protesting church destruction

By Middle East Monitor – Editor’s note: The Copts arrested in this incident were released several days later. Egyptian security forces have arrested 14 Copts and assaulted a priest in [...]

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No Break for Islamist Hate

By Raymond Ibrahim – Exclusive to Coptic Solidarity – At a time when the lives of the people of Egypt have been, like the lives of most people around the world, disrupted by [...]

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COVID-19 Risk Puts Imprisoned Religious Freedom Advocate in Greater Danger

By Mina Abdelmalak –Reprinted from RealClearReligion – As the world struggles to fight back against the coronavirus pandemic, governments across the globe are searching for ways to [...]

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Update on Coptic issues carried into 2020

By Youssef Sidhom – Watani – As 2019 drew to a close, I reviewed a number of Coptic issues that had not been resolved during the year, meaning they had to be carried into 2020 for [...]

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Al-Karm Copts go back on their testimony against those who burned their homes

By Nader Shukry – Watani  Just a few days before their case is seen in court, and some two weeks after the ‘lady of al-Karm’ was granted justice by court, four of the five al-Karm Copts [...]