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Amid human rights and foreign policy concerns, Egypt scrambling to reinforce US ties under Biden

By Ehsan Salah and Sharif Abdel Kouddous – Mada Masr In the weeks leading up the US presidential elections in November and through Joe Biden’s victory at the polls, officials in Egypt’s [...]

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IRF Roundtable High Level letter to President Biden and his Administration

By International Religious Freedom Roundtable Coptic Solidarity was a signatory to this letter which the IRF Roundtable sent to then President Elect Biden and members of President-elect [...]

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Egypt assembles bipartisan powerhouse lobbying team for post-Trump era

By Julian Pecquet – ForeignLobby.com – The Egyptian government has wasted no time preparing for the post-Donald Trump era, assembling a bipartisan powerhouse lobbying team that [...]

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Report – U.S. Security Assistance to Egypt: Examining the Return on Investment

By Seth Binder of POMED and William D. Hartung of Center for International Policy – Since overthrowing Egypt’s democratically elected president in 2013, President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has [...]

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To Protect Religious Freedom in Egypt, Ease Authoritarian Restrictions

By Sam Selsky, Senior Program Associate – Freedom House The current legal system punishes independent advocacy and perpetuates chronic abuses. In October 2011, thousands of Coptic [...]

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USCIRF Supports Sanctions on Iranian Official Responsible for Baha’i Persecution

By USCIRF – The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) welcomes today’s announcement that the United States Treasury has sanctioned Mohammad Mohammadi Golpayegani for [...]

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10th Annual Conference: Mr. Knox Thames – Special Advisor for Religious Minorities in the Near East and South/Central Asia

Video of speech by Mr. Knox Thames: Special Advisor for Religious Minorities in the Near East and South/Central Asia; Bureau of DRL, State Department,  which took place during Coptic [...]

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Hillary’s 2011 deal with the Organization of Islamic Cooperation

By WorldTribune – The attacks carried out by Islamic terrorists on September 11, 2001 in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania were an attack on “freedom itself,” then-President George W. [...]

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Trump, Awaiting Egyptian Counterpart at Summit, Called Out for ‘My Favorite Dictator’

By Wall Street Journal – By Nancy A. Youssef, Vivian Salama and Michael C. Bender —Jared Malsin contributed to this article. Quip drew attention to uncomfortable facet of U.S.-Egypt [...]

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Religious Freedom Week: The Persecution of Copts in Egypt

By Marlo Safi – National Review – Last week, I attended the Coptic solidarity conference in Washington, D.C. The title of the two-day long conference was “Egypt’s Copts: Prospects of [...]