Tag: Egypt

98 female judges appointed in Egypt, none of them is Christian

Among the 98 female judges appointed on the 3rd of March, there is no Christian.

Coptic Christian brothers murdered and their bodies mutilated

The Copts (10% of Egypt’s population) are the descendants of a long line of ancient Egyptians who later converted to Christianity.

Three Coptic Christians brutally murdered in Egypt

The three brothers were working in an agricultural field at the moment of their death.

Coptic monasteries left to crumble in Egypt

Several Coptic monasteries in Egypt are facing renovation and reopening issues, including Saint Paul’s monastery near the Red Sea.

Egyptians love soccer, but Christians are left out

As the Egyptian national soccer team progressed through the African Cup of Nations, soccer fever once again gripped the nation.

A historic Turkish monastery has been transformed into a nightclub

Sumela Monastery was established in approximately 386 AD and forcibly abandoned.

Facebook censors ACN's campaign to help abused women

Facebook claims to have received complaints from people who objected to the advert.

Christian students beaten and ordered to remove Christian symbols in Egypt

When some Coptic students refused to remove their jewelry, they were beaten up by fellow students and their teachers.

Egyptian Coptic Christians disappear in Libya

A decade of instability and violence has left Libya a country shattered by competing armed groups, terrorists and militias.

A Coptic Christian building was demolished in Egypt

Coptic Christian prayer hall was demolished in Egypt, on the 7th of September.