Archive for April, 2012

Egyptian Panel Drops Maspero Massacre Case for ‘Lack of Evidence’

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On April 24 the panel of judges appointed by the Egyptian minister of justice to investigate the Maspero massacre of October 9, 2011, which claimed the lives of 27 Christians and injured 329, closed the case.    

ACM’S TRIBUTE TO HH POPE SHENOUDA

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TRIBUTE TO HIS HOLINESS POPE SHENOUDA III OF ALEXANDRIA AND THE PATRIARCH OF THE COPTIC ORTHODOX CHURCH.    

ASSYRIAN UNIVERSAL ALLIANCE Media Release

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THE UPCOMING OFFICIAL UNVEILING OF THE ASSYRIAN GENOCIDE MONUMENT IN ARMENIA.    

In Egypt, change comes slowly to pop culture

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Many artists hoped that the collapse of Hosni Mubarak’s regime would signal a radical shift from fluff to substantive fare. They are still waiting.    

Religious tolerance far from guaranteed in Egypt

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Despite a long history of living side-by-side, tensions are rising between Egypt’s Christian Coptic community and ultra-conservative Muslims.    

A Global Genocide against Christians Underway?

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While Saudi Arabia is one of the worst persecutors of Christians in the Middle East, it is a problem that’s getting worse throughout the region.    

Muslims ‘must embrace democracy’ says David Cameron

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Muslims must embrace democracy and respect the rights of Christians around the world, David Cameron will say.    

Coptic Christians fight for place in Egypt’s political scene

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Father Alfons Marzou shuffles across a complex that is home to sisters for the Catholic Missionaries of Charity, whose nuns provide medical care and food to impoverished children living amid heaps of garbage.    

After Arab Spring, experts fearful of Christian targeting at Easter celebrations

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For Christians in countries thrown into tumult by the Arab Spring revolutions, Easter celebrations may prove dangerous.    

As Christians celebrate Easter, Egyptian Copts face repressive future

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AS most of Australia’s Christians look forward to celebrating Easter in peace and with family, Copts in Egypt, the Middle East’s largest Christian minority, are ushering in their Easter season with a mixture of anxiety and trepidation. With the recent loss of their patriarch, Pope Shenouda III of Alexandria, and Egypt’s political transition in turmoil […]

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