Christians in the Middle East
We owe it to the people there to do so.
Marlo Safi reports that while larger attacks on Christians in Egypt attract attention, smaller attacks are often left unnoticed by the media.
Police often act more as bystanders than individuals tasked with protecting Egyptian citizens, especially Copts.
President Sisi’s remarks may be a sign of his efforts imploring peaceful coexistence in Egypt between Muslims and Christians.
World Coptic Day is an effort launched by Coptic-Americans to gain this international recognition of Coptic suffering in the modern age.
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In 2017, Mike Pence addressed the World Summit in Defense of Persecuted Christians and pledged administration efforts on behalf of over 200 million.
Coptic Christians in Egypt face daily discrimination and persecution, and their lives are especially at risk during Christmas celebrations.
Late last week human-rights herald Congressman Chris Smith nudged the administration to move quickly in aiding the Christians and other religious minorities in Iraq who are victims of ISIS genocide. ...