08/08/2014 . By Allison McManus and Dr. Nancy Okail

Nearly two months into the presidency of Abdel-Fattah El Sisi, the character of the Sisi era of governance is beginning to take shape. While many believe it is yet early

08/08/2014 . By Jay Roddy

In August of last year, as Egypt’s security establishment violently swept pro-Muslim Brotherhood protesters out of Raba’a al-Adaweya and Nahda Squares, Christians across Egypt were subject to dozens of attacks

08/08/2014 . By TIMEP

Bahaa Ibrahim, also known as Biko, is 26 years old and was born and raised in the Egypt. Ibrahim was recently stopped at a security checkpoint on his way to

08/08/2014 . By Allison McManus and Maged Maher Gabra

Throughout the upheaval of political change in Egypt over the course of the past years, a particular tendency has remained consistent in the Egyptian media: violent intolerance toward religious minorities

08/08/2014 . By Ishak Ibrahim

The Ministry of Youth and Sports recently announced what could be seen by many as “war on atheism” (AR). In cooperation with the Ministry of Religious Endowments and Al Azhar,

01/23/2014 . By Dwight Bashir

Some in Egypt hail the overwhelming backing of last week’s constitutional referendum as a repudiation of the 2012 constitution approved during the Morsi era. However, most Egyptians would tell you