List of organizations used in AWR-Articles

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a quaker organization which includes people of various faith, committed to social, justice, peace, and humanitarian service. 

Group calling for violence against those who do not speak out against the overthrow of president Morsi. They call for revenge against Christians “who can no longer claim to be Egyptians" [Ref.:]

formed 2011 in North Sinai, Egypt. Allegedly cooperating with al-Qaeda, changed their name into Islamic State - Sinai Province (IS-IP) after pledging alliance to the Islamic State in November 2014

also called: the National Alliance Supporting Legitimacy and Rejecting the Coup – member organizations are the Freedom and Justice Party,  al-Gamaa al-Islamiyya’s ‘Hizb al Bana’ w-al-Tamin’ (‘Building and Development Party’), ‘Hizb al-Istiqlal’ (‘Independence Party’), ‘Hizb al-Fadila’ (‘Virtue Party’), ‘Hizb al-Watan’ (’Fatherland Party’), ‘Hizb al-Wasat’ (‘Centrist Party’), ‘Hizb al-Asala’ (‘Authenticity Party’), Students Against the Coup, Parliamentarians Against the Coup, Doctors Against the Coup, Engineers Against the Coup, Textile-workers Against the Coup, Heroes Against the Coup, ‘Anonymous Against the Coup’ and others

(1895) is the jurisdiction of the Greek Orthodox Church of Antioch in the United States and Canada

The April 6 Youth Movement is an Egyptian activist group established in Spring 2008 to support the workers in El-Mahalla El-Kubra, an industrial town, who were planning to strike on April 6. Activists called on participants to wear black and stay home on the day of the strike. Bloggers and citizen journalists used Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, blogs and other new media tools to report on the strike, alert their networks about police activity, organize legal protection and draw attention to their efforts.

Amr Abdul Aal,

Feb, 2, 2016