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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 [...]

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Still Waiting for Justice: The Legal Plight of Egypt’s Christians

By Raymond Ibrahim – Special for Coptic Solidarity –  Once again, last week the Egyptian court system denied justice to Egypt’s Coptic Christian minority by postponing judgment on two [...]

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How Egypt’s Judiciary Enables the Victimization of Coptic Christians

By Raymond Ibrahim – Special for Coptic Solidarity – On Sunday, March 17, the ruling court in Minya, Egypt, recused itself and stepped down from two ongoing cases concerning the [...]

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Coptic woman stripped and beaten: Case dismissed

Nader Shukry – Watani International Copts and liberal Egyptians were in for a disappointment on Saturday 14 January when Minya prosecution dismissed the case of the stripping and beating of [...]

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The “Coptic issue” and the cycle of suffering

The “Coptic issue” and the cycle of suffering By Mina Fayek , openDemocracy July 26, 2016 Last week, an Egyptian court ordered the release of all defendants accused of assaulting a [...]

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Coptic Bishop: Egypt ‘diseased’ with discrimination

Coptic Bishop: Egypt ‘diseased’ with discrimination By World Watch Monitor July 14, 2016 An Egyptian bishop has called for an end to discrimination against the country’s Christians, urging the [...]

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All defendants implicated in assault of Coptic woman, sectarian violence in Minya released

All defendants implicated in assault of Coptic woman, sectarian violence in Minya released By Mada Masr July 14, 2016 Eight defendants accused of rioting and violence in connection to a sectarian [...]