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Pompeo expresses ‘outrage’ over prisoner death in Egypt, rights groups call for Red Cross oversight

By Mada Masr – US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo expressed outrage over the death of Egyptian American dual national Mustafa Kassem while imprisoned in Egypt, calling the death “pointless [...]

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US ally imprisons Christian activist on bogus terrorism charges

By Mina Ibn Bakira – Washington Examiner – At midnight on Nov. 23, 2019, Egyptian state security broke into a young Coptic activist’s home and arrested him without a warrant, [...]

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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 a [...]

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Updated: 44 Simple Questions to the Egyptian Authorities Regarding the Situation of the Copts

By Coptic Solidarity – Updated December 2019. In February 2018 Coptic Solidarity published this article (*). By way of ensuring our objectivity, we have reviewed the current situation. [...]

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Coptic Solidarity Launches Advocacy Campaign for Ramy Kamel

By Coptic Solidarity For Immediate Release Coptic Solidarity today launched an online advocacy campaign to secure the release of imprisoned Coptic human rights activist and blogger, Ramy Kamel. [...]

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Coptic Woman Granted Equal Inheritance by Egyptian Court

By Egyptian Streets A Coptic woman won a landmark ruling granting her equal inheritance by the seventh circuit of the Helwan family court on Monday, according to Masrawy. “Finally, a ruling was [...]

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Coptic Solidarity Urges Immediate Release of Coptic Activist, Ramy Kamel

By Coptic Solidarity- Standard News Wire For Immediate Release Coptic Solidarity strongly condemns the arrest of Ramy Kamel, a Coptic human rights activist and social media blogger in Egypt being [...]

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Egypt: Series of fires in their churches ‘not a coincidence’, say Copts

By World Watch Monitor – Three Coptic churches in the Upper Egypt region were hit by fires in the last three weeks which, the Copts say, is “not a coincidence”. On Friday morning 1 [...]

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God’s Garbage People

By Matthew Schmitz – First Things –  As the sun comes up, the men go out from Garbage City and into the streets of ­Cairo. Some walk alone, carrying empty plastic sacks over their [...]

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Church Gives Up Site as State Relinquishes Authority

By Youssef Sidhom – Watani –  Problems on hold The story of the Coptic Catholic Church of Mar-Girgis (St George) in the village of Higaza Qibli In Quos, Qena, some 570km south of [...]