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Egypt’s Christians Suffer from “Very High Persecution”

February 12, 2018 Featured

Coptic Solidarity – Raymond Ibrahim – January- February 2018 For another consecutive year in a row, Egypt has proven to be an inhospitable place for Christians, namely its most indigenous inhabitants, the Copts.  According to Open Doors, a human rights organization that closely follows the treatment of Christians around the world, Egypt is the 17th worst nation (out of […]

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Egypt: Four Christians Slaughtered in 10 Days

January 18, 2017 Featured News

Coptic Solidarity – Raymond Ibrahim – 18/1/17 That the Coptic Christian Church continues to voice its support for President Sisi should not be interpreted to mean that the situation of Egypt’s Christian minority has improved. One need only look to the substratum of news for confirmation. The current month of January alone has already witnessed […]

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Al Azhar Rejects Reforming ‘Religious Discourse’

November 30, 2016 Featured News

Coptic Solidarity -Raymonibrahim – 30/11/16 Much of the curriculum of Al Azhar—the Islamic world’s most prestigious university, located in Cairo—is based on Islamic books written in the medieval era or earlier.  These books—histories, biographies of Muhammad, hadith (words and deeds of the latter), tafsirs (Koran exegeses), etc.—are often criticized by more reform-minded Muslims for being too […]

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