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Eliana Mallouk is Lebanese and works at the Lebanon office of DanMission, a Christian Danish faith-based organisation working for almost 200 years in the Middle East and North Africa, and also in other regions including Asia and Europe. Our main focus is on dialogue, peace building and also on...
The “antisemitism” accusation has expanded in the world. With the support of the west, the Zionist lobby has been working for years to equate the accusation of antisemitism with every criticism and call for accountability for the Israeli occupation state.
Egyptian authorities released Coptic activist Rāmī Kāmil on Saturday, following the decision of the public prosecution’s office, after enduring more than two years in pretrial detention.
7.8 billion people live in the world. This huge number includes different nationalities, colors, religious convictions, cultures, sexual orientations and other identities. Some people always seek relations with people who are similar to themselves and they prefer other people to be like themselves...
The Libyan authorities have put 44 Egyptians to trial on charges of illegal immigration.
The crisis of Copts detained in Libya continues to cast a shadow over their families’ homes in Sūhaj, where a state of sadness prevails the areas of Marāgha and Juhayna. Amid prayers and tears revealing the fate of the Copts who have been detained for two weeks, the families confirmed that there...
Amnesty International called on the Egyptian authorities to release Patrick George Zakī, a graduate student at the Italian University of Bologna and researcher at the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR), who has been held in pretrial detention for nearly 20 months, after allegedly...
The American Coptic Association has expressed concern towards a statement issued by more than 31 states with regards to human rights violations in Egypt.
The Cairo Criminal Court has sentenced political activist Sanā’ Seif to a year and a half in prison, accusing her of spreading false news and insulting an officer. The ruling came after Sanā’ had spent nearly 9 months in remand. Various sources have revealed the details of the hearing, from the...
Egyptian activist, Isrāʾ ʿAbd al-Fattāḥ, received a Courage Tribute Award from the World Movement for Democracy for her efforts in defending media rights, freedoms, and democracy in Egypt. The award organizers are calling to drop all charges against her in cases numbering 488 and 855.

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