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Egypt’s new political order in the making

By Ashraf Hakim and Asmahan Soliman – Mada Masr –  Plans to amend Egypt’s Constitution — including those that would extend President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s term in office — are [...]

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Egypt: Proposed law to muzzle Muslim scholars and thinkers

By Dr. Ashraf Ramelah – Voice of the Copts Egyptian “democracy” is an endless comedy if you’re not suffering at the hands of it. Last month, Amr Hamroush, a graduate of Al-Ahzar Institute [...]

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Egypt’s New Media Regulations: Legislating State Control over Information

By Mai el-Sadany – The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy –  Nearly one and a half years after Egypt’s parliament voted on legislation to create three new media regulators, the [...]

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Egypt military court sentences 17 to death over church bombings

By El-Sayed Gamal El-Din & Ayat Al Tawy – Ahram Online –  An Egyptian military court sentenced on Thursday 17 people to death and handed dozens of others hefty jail terms over [...]

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Violence against Copts: Ten Defining Aspects

By Magdi Khalil –  Violence against Copts in Egypt is a serious phenomenon expressed through an extended series of barbaric attacks on a peaceful minority. The beginning of this phenomenon [...]

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Egypt’s Feeble Response to H. RES 673 on the Copts

By Coptic Solidarity For Immediate Release (Washington, DC) January 25, 2018 The introduction of H. RE.S 673 in the US House of Representatives initiated a large reaction with the Egyptian [...]

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Statement By U.S. Senator Rubio for Coptic Solidarity

Statement by U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R – FL) for Coptic Solidarity Senator Rubio was unable to join Coptic Solidarity’s 8th Annual Policy Day last week, but sent this statement in [...]

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Egyptian Government Delegation Visit to DC Coincides with Coptic Solidarity Conference on Civil Rights

(Washington, DC) June 14, 2017 An Egyptian delegation composed of twelve Members of Parliament affiliated with five Parliamentary Committees is visiting Washington, DC this week to meet with [...]

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Egypt Responds to State Department’s Human Rights Report

By POMED Last week, the U.S. State Department released its 2016 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices. In its report on Egypt, the State Department argued that some of the most significant [...]

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Egypt: Facing sectarianism in the short and long term

By Ziad Bahaa-Eldin – Ahram Online It’s no wonder the terrorist attacks on Christian families in Sinai last week sparked such anger and so much sympathy and solidarity with the victims of [...]