Three years after the Maspero massacre, the voices of the dead can be heard with one demand: justice. In the early days of the Egyptian Revolution, we witnessed Christians protecting
The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy (TIMEP) solemnly marks the three-year anniversary of Egypt’s Maspero massacre, in which more than two dozen demonstrators were brutally killed and at least 200 injured by the Egyptian military while peacefully protesting the government’s response to the destruction of a Christian church.
By: Ramy Yaacoub & Basil El-Dabh In response to Pope Tawadros II’s recent statements regarding Egypt’s current conditions and human rights Current Affairs “How can we talk about human rights
A Christian-led protest at Maspero, the state television building, was attacked by security forces, leaving more than two dozen dead. The march was the latest in a string of protests
In the morning, hundreds of Coptic demonstrators were forcibly evacuated from outside the Maspero state television building by military police. The sit-in, which followed a march from the Shubra neighborhood
A rumored determination by the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) to grant amnesty to former President Hosni Mubarak and his family prompted thousands of protesters to descend upon