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Whether it’s the expulsion of Bedouin families from the Jordan River Valley several days ago or the recent displacement of Palestinian families from the Old City of Jerusalem, the perpetrator remains the same.  The crimes may vary but the criminal is still raping the land and murdering its victims...
Sectarian unrest took place between Muslims and Copts in the area of Mintāī, Shubrā al-Khayman district, on Monday (November 5) when local residents objected the construction of a service building over a plot of land owned by Bishop Marqus, seized the land which they claimed unlicensed and put a...
Cairo is angry and denounces the report issued by Human Rights Watch about the dispersal of the Rāb’ah al- ‘Adawiyah and Nahdah sit ins, last year.
In another development, the administrative judiciary court in the coastal governorate of al-Ismailia adjourned a lawsuit accusing foreigners of trespassing on about 20% of the archeological spots in South Sinai, in Saint Catherine area, and setting up buildings and brining foreign monks to reside...
The U.S. President Donald Trump has officially recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel on December 7, 2017, and announced the plan to move the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
U.S. ambassador in Cairo Anne Patterson met on Wednesday (October 10) with Coptic activists who spoke to her about the status of religious minorities in Egypt under President Muhammad Mursī, a few days after her meeting with Egyptian Shiite leaders who told her they applied for the Dutch...
 The bishop of Maghagha states that he will appeal to a supreme authority to put en end to the conflict between him and the governor of Minia.  
Altercations occurred between workers at the local and environmental unit at Yūsuf Al-Seddeek Center and monks from the Abba Makarious Monastery after the monks attempted to illegally build on a nature reserve near the monastery. The Head of Faiyum Security was forced to interfere and later senior...
A dispute over land and a housing complex in a small town north of Cairo is saturated with tensions between its Muslim and Christian inhabitants.  
This article deals with the inhumane treatment reported by Pastor Zakariya of Luxor when demolition services came to his home and assaulted the pastor and his family. The area was marked for demolition, which was not an issue to the pastor or to the Evangelical Church. The issue lay in how the...

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