Alleluia is Our Song

by (@Cuchulain09) April 20, 2014

For many Christians around the world, Good Friday is always present. But even those who live with oppression, hunger, imprisonment, torture, and death know in their hearts the reality that they are Easter People, and “Alleluia” is their song.

Christian Girls in Egypt Kidnapped, Raped, Converted

by (@RyanMauro) March 29, 2014

Two factors lie behind the abuse of Christian girls in Egypt, according to a study: Societal misogyny and Islamist indoctrination.

Egypt Declares Muslim Brotherhood a Terror Group: Why Won’t U.S. Follow?

by (@RyanMauro) December 27, 2013

The Egyptian government formally labeled the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist group on Christmas, banning all of its activities including protests. The Obama Administration, advised by Brotherhood-friendly groups in the U.S., is unlikely to follow in Egypt’s footsteps in calling a spade a spade.

Egypt & Russia: Cold War Alliances Revived

by (@RyanMauro) December 19, 2013

U.S. support for the Muslim Brotherhood and the nuclear deal with Iran is propelling the Arab world into the arms of Russia. The Egyptian government, formerly a U.S. ally, will buy $2 billion in arms from Russia, signaling a strategic realignment in the Middle East that leaves Putin in control.

Egypt and the Long Road to Reconciliation and Rule of Law

by (@AEHarrod) October 18, 2013

“I would love not to speak about Christians and Muslims ever again,” Bishop Angaelos, General Bishop of the Coptic Orthodox Church in the United Kingdom, stated at the Hudson Institute on September 30, 2013. Speaking during a luncheon briefing on “Egypt’s Copts during the Current Period of Political Transition,” Angaelos analyzed recent upheavals in his and his church’s native Egypt as well as elements of a more just Egyptian future.

Brian McLaren’s Five Errors about Christian Persecution, Part One

by (@Cuchulain09) October 10, 2013

Graduate school at the University of Maryland (recently named the 10th best party school in the United States) was quite a shock after the protected, Christian environment of my college. So in the hedonistic sea of fellow teaching assistants and much of the English Department faculty, I was overjoyed to meet another Christian who, like me, was teaching freshmen composition while working on a Master’s degree.

Egyptian Army Plays Cavalry: Takes Town Back from Islamists

by (@Cuchulain09) September 17, 2013

Under the “better late than never” category, Egyptian security forces entered the town of Delga in the Upper Egypt region of Minya on Monday, September 16, 2013, wresting control quickly from Muslim Brotherhood Islamists that had held Delga hostage for five weeks. In this case, better late than never is quite true. Although help for the beleaguered Copts in […]

Copts March on Washington

by (@Cuchulain09) August 28, 2013

Hundreds of Egyptian Americans and their various supporters had barely turned the corner of Fifteenth Street, NW onto K Street in downtown Washington, DC last Thursday, August 22, before Washington Post writers published an account of the demonstration that had just taken place outside their doors. As Post staff began to recover from the trauma […]

The National Council of Churches, Egypt, Chile & Iran

by (@markdtooley) August 26, 2013

The National Council of Churches (NCC) has released a not bad statement on Egypt’s recent removal of the Muslim Brotherhood regime by the military, expressing particular concern about attacks by Islamists on Egyptian churches. Of course, it does not specifically mention that the attacks are by Islamists. It does cite the “extremist tendencies of the […]

Egyptian Americans Demonstrate Against Washington’s Muslim Brotherhood Support

by (@Cuchulain09) August 23, 2013

Yesterday, August 22, the temperature hovered around the 90 degree mark in Washington, DC. But that didn’t stop 30+ bus loads of Egyptian Americans from gathering at Lafayette Park in front of The White House to protest what they see as the Obama Administration’s blatant bias towards the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt. They also came to […]