Posted by Sarah on October 25th, 2015
We have created this online poll to create awareness and send a strong message against the demolition of Australia’s first Coptic Church at Sydenham.
We have received multiple enquiries since the recent media report announcing plans by Marrickville City Council to demolish Australia’s first Coptic Orthodox Church established in 1968.
Posted by Sarah on October 24th, 2015
We seek your opinion as to whether or not you believe the premises at Sydenham is worth keeping and maintaining in light of the high costs involved in renovations ($2.3 Million according to Marrickville City Council)
Posted by Sarah on October 11th, 2015
Today we remember the 4th anniversary of this great crime, the martyrs, the injured and their families. It is a painful anniversary for up to 500 people who were injured and the families of the 27 Coptic Christians (all males) who were massacred. We will never forget the Maspero Massacre and we hope that this case may be seriously addressed.
Posted by Sarah on September 10th, 2015
The Australian Coptic Movement Association would like to wish Coptic Christians across the world a happy Coptic New Year.
Posted by Sarah on August 4th, 2015
The Australian Coptic Movement Association congratulates President Sisi on this ambitious project which is expected to generate $13.5 billion in revenues by by 2023.
Posted by Sarah on July 20th, 2015
The Australian Coptic Movement Association condemns the ongoing abduction and persecution of Coptic Christians in Libya. Coptic Christian migrants had made up the majority of Libya’s Christian minority. Coptic churches have been bombed and many Copts have been brutally killed or taken captive by Islamist militants.
Posted by Sarah on July 2nd, 2015
Suzy has fronted an array of media outlets including SBS, Sky News, and local and independent media on all matters relating to Egypt and the Copts. Follow Suzy on twitter @SuzyHanna1
Posted by Sarah on July 1st, 2015
The ACM condemns in the strongest terms the terror attack in Cairo which has claimed the life of Egypt’s top state prosecutor
Posted by Sarah on June 18th, 2015
Attempts to solve sectarian attacks by holding such ‘reconciliation sessions’ should be completely abolished. Other incidents of mob violence against Copts have occurred elsewhere particularly the province of Al-Minya.
Posted by Sarah on June 2nd, 2015
As this topic is a current and live issue, we thought we would share a paper co-authored by an Egyptian-American, Sherif Girgis, in defense of traditional marriage. Sherif Girgis is a former Rhodes Scholar who earned a masters degree in philosophy from Oxford University. He is completing a PhD in Philosophy at Princeton University and a JD (a graduate law degree) at Yale University, two of world’s elite institutions of higher education. The paper can be downloaded at the following link