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USCIRF Commissioner Mohamed Magid

By Coptic Solidarity – USCIRF Commissioner Mohamed Magid gave these remarks for Coptic Solidarity’s October 20, 2022 event, The Indigenous Copts: Marginalized & Excluded in their [...]

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Discussion: Egypt’s Need for a Unified Houses of Worship Law

By Coptic Solidarity – This discussion was part of Coptic Solidarity’s event, The Indigenous Copts: Marginalized & Excluded in their Homeland hosted in Washington, DC on [...]

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The Indigenous Copts: Marginalized & Excluded in their Homeland

Coptic Solidarity recently hosted an event in Washington, DC on October 18th, highlighting the situation of Egypt’s indigenous Copts. Due to the global pandemic, this was the first in [...]

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Coptic Solidarity Hosts DC Event, The Indigenous Copts: Marginalized & Excluded in their Homeland

By Coptic Solidarity on Standard Newswire –(Washington, DC) October 17, 2022 Coptic Solidarity will be hosting an event in Washington, DC on October 20th, titled The Indigenous Copts: [...]

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141 Athletes Represent Egypt in the Tokyo Olympics. One of them is a Copt.

By Coptic Solidarity – Standard News Wire Egypt’s delegation to the 2020 Olympics includes a single Copt out of 141 athletes. The delegation, which includes 37 women, will compete in 27 [...]

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Egypt Maintains Discriminatory Practices Against Coptic Athletes Amidst Olympic Publicity

By Coptic Solidarity – The Olympics is a time for sport and fraternity to be celebrated globally, yet when Egypt’s national football team plays their first Tokyo 2021 game today against [...]

Statement by Counselor Hisham Rashid Heikal

By Counselor Hisham Rashid Heikal to Coptic Solidarity – Editor’s Note: Coptic Solidarity recently published an article titled Hisham Heikal: Counselor Facing Punitive Measures by [...]

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Coptic Solidarity Urges EFA Sponsors to Stop Supporting Discrimination

By Coptic Solidarity – Standard Newswire Coptic Solidarity (CS) strongly urges all corporate sponsors of the Egyptian Football Association (EFA) and the Premier League to end their [...]

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Saviour or dictator: Copts in Sisi’s Egypt trapped by a strongman’s balancing act

By Charlie Hoyle – The New Arab In the Coptic Cathedral of the Nativity, on the eastern edges of Cairo, security was tight as President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi reiterated his longstanding [...]

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Visiting Egypt to Promote Religious Freedom: A 101 Primer

By Coptic Solidarity –  Conventional wisdom teaches that it is important to visit a country like Egypt to understand the dynamics of discrimination and religious persecution. Thus, Egypt is [...]