ACM responds to enquiries regarding Martin Place event held on 22 Feb 2015


During and following this event, the ACM received numerous enquiries from Members of Parliament, other denominations and event attendees regarding the notable absence of any representatives from the Coptic Orthodox Diocese of Sydney.

Assyrian community stands with Egypt’s Copts


The Assyrian Universal Alliance issued this media release following our Martin Place rally.

Assyrians in Australia standing With Copts of Egypt Media

Sydney – 24 February 2015

Hundreds of protestors gathered at Martin Place in Sydney on Sunday 22 February 2015, In light of ISIS’ brutal murder of 21 innocent Coptic Christians, organized by the Australian Coptic Movement Association (ACM).

Libya COPTS fundraising Appeal and ACM advocacy Appeal

Libya Women

The Australian Coptic Movement Association is pleased to advise that we have partnered with COPTS to assist with the collection of much need donations for poor families of the 21 victims who have been left without a source of income after they lost their loved ones in Libya.

“Stand for the People of the Cross” – ACM honours the 21 Coptic Martyrs of Libya.

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Hundreds of Egyptian Australians and members of the Australian public attended a rally in Martin Place, Sydney on Sunday, 22 February to honour the 21 Coptic martyrs of Libya, to share in the grief of their families; and to protest against the growing threat of ISIS.

Australian Copts send a clear message to ISIS

Nation of the cross

On Sunday, 22 February, the people of Sydney will have their day to respond to the barbaric and cowardly massacre of Egyptian Coptic Christians by ISIS in Libya.

‘Stand for the People of the Cross’ – Martin Place, Sydney from 2.00pm

Jesus Libya

Join us this Sunday at Martin Place and ‘Stand for the People of the Cross’.

Australia’s Coptic Community outraged by Libya beheadings

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The Australian Coptic Movement Association (ACM) condemns in the strongest possible terms the barbaric slaughter of 21 innocent Egyptian Coptic Christians by ISIS in Libya.

Libya: Islamic State parades dozens of Coptic Christians

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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. The International Community has ignored the plight of Christians in North Africa and the wider Middle East.

Coptic teen burned alive by Islamists north of Egypt

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Egypt’s Watani newspaper has confirmed that Pola was burned alive by Islamists. Mansour was the sole supporter of his family: the father who is a kidney failure patient, the mother and the 13-year-old sister Partheniya. “The Islamists burned Pola alive as they did the Jordanian pilot Muaz Kassassba,” she wailed.

NSW backs Deputy Commissioner Nick Kaldas – Show your support!


The Australian Coptic Movement Association (ACM) stands by Deputy Commissioner Nick Kaldas and calls for a public show of support and solidarity.

It is becoming increasingly clear from the proceeds of the NSW Parliamentary Inquiry into “Operation Prospect”, that NSW Deputy Police Commissioner Nick Kaldas has suffered a grave injustice.

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