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Annual State Department Report Confirms Systematic Discrimination Against Religious Minorities in Egypt

By Coptic Solidarity –  July 9, 2019 On June 21, 2019, the State Department released its annual report on International Religious Freedom, which documents the state of religious freedom in [...]

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American University Cairo religion professor loses post in academic freedom fight

By Gilgamesh Nabeel and Mina Nader – Religion News Service –  A Saudi billionaire whose father endowed a chair in comparative religion at the American University in Cairo has [...]

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Coptic Solidarity Condemns the Anti-Semitic Attack at Pittsburgh Synagogue

By Coptic Solidarity –  Coptic Solidarity strongly condemns the hateful vile anti-Semitic attack on the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh on October 27, which took the lives of eleven [...]

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Christians should not be second-class citizens, cardinal tells Saudi Arabia

By Philip Pullella – Reuters French cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran’s trip, the first by such a senior Catholic figure, raised hopes of more openness in the kingdom, which is home to Islam’s [...]

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Malaysian Federal Court refuses four people their right to affirm Christian identity

By WorldWatch Monitor Malaysia’s highest court dismissed an appeal today (27 February) against four appellants who wanted to be formally recognised as Christians. The five judges of the Malaysian [...]

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Egypt’s parliament in bid to ban atheism

By Shahira Amin – Al-Monitor – Egyptian security forces arrested Ibrahim Khalil, a 29-year-old computer science graduate, on Dec. 21, and prosecutors at the Dokki police station later [...]

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‘UN failing religious minorities and Christian converts’

By WorldWatch Monitor The suffering of persecuted Christians around the world is exacerbated by the failure of UN bodies to fulfill their obligations to uphold religious freedom, a damning report [...]

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Kuwaiti Writer: The Recent Passing Of The International Religious Freedom Act In The U.S. Indicates That The World Has Had Enough Of Muslim Religious Extremism

By MEMRI In an article in the Kuwaiti daily Al-Qabas, journalist Ahmad Al-Sarraf wrote about the Frank Wolf International Religious Freedom Act recently passed by the U.S. administration. The [...]

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Western Leaders: Pressure Saudis to Give Christians Religious Rights

By Hilal Khashan – The Hill Prince Mohammed met with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in Silicon Valley last June. Three months earlier, Saudi Grand Mufti Abdul Aziz bin Abdullah declared that [...]

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UK Foreign Office hosts global summit on freedom of religion or belief

By World Watch Monitor Erdogan’s aggressive nationalism is now spilling over Turkey’s borders, grabbing land in Greece and Iraq. The UK Foreign Office hosted a summit exploring how religious [...]

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