Posts Tagged ‘ Egypt ’

Egypt Sentences 69 Muslims To 25 Years For Burning Church

Apr 30th, 2015 | By
Results of attack on Coptic Church in which many died

With the new government in Egypt – after the overthrow of Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohammed Morsi – a judge has just sentenced 69 Islamists to 25 years in prison for their role in burning a church to the ground in 2013. They were also fined $2,623 each. The judge also sentenced two other Islamists to 10 years in jail – without parole.

Egyptian Muslim Mob Attacks Family Of Copt Beheaded In Libya

Apr 1st, 2015 | By

Muslim fanatics in Egypt recently attacked the family of one of the 21 Coptic Christians who were beheaded by Islamic State killers in Libya. The Islamists attacked the family’s home and threw Molotov cocktails at the site where a church is being built in remembrance of these 21 Christians.

Chairman’s Report March 6th, 2015

Mar 6th, 2015 | By

In this issue: RFC Chairman William J. Murray reports on his mission to Egypt and the situation with Christians in that nation now as compared to under the Obama inserted Muslim Brotherhood regime which was toppled. Also featured a full explanation of why the Obama Administration refuses to refer to the Islamic State terror organization by name

BREAKING NEWS: Egypt Bombs Islamic State Targets After Beheading Of Christians

Feb 16th, 2015 | By

Egypt’s military said Monday, February 16, it bombed Islamic State targets after the militant group published a video showing the beheading of several Egyptian Coptic Christians it had held hostage for six weeks.

Muslim Brotherhood Operatives In Turkey Call For Killing Egyptian Officials, Threaten Egypt; Turkish MP: Turkey Shelters ‘Many MB And Hamas Members’

Feb 9th, 2015 | By
Warning: Video below shows violent Muslim Brotherhood attacks including murders.

In Turkey under the AKP, the numbers of those sympathetic to the MB and to Islamic terror organizations such as ISIS are rapidly growing, and, as shown by a recent survey, over 20% of Turks approve of the use of violence in the name of Islam. The anti-West rhetoric of Turkish government officials is also contributing to the spread of belief in conspiracy theories among the public.

Open Jihad Declared In Egypt Following State Dept. Meeting With Muslim Brotherhood-Aligned Leaders

Jan 30th, 2015 | By
Egyptians protest Obama's support of radical Islam

The Muslim Brotherhood called for “a long, uncompromising jihad” in Egypt just days after a delegation of the Islamist group’s key leaders and allies met with the State Department, according to an official statement released this week.

A “Dangerous Hot Mess” –  Islamism in Egypt and Beyond

Jan 3rd, 2015 | By

The Muslim Brotherhoods caliphate aspirations “can’t possibly succeed,” said panel member Trager, but that “doesn’t mean that the Brotherhood knows this” in an organization that merely ascribes defeats to as yet unvanquished enemies.

Egypt Strikes Jihadis After Decapitation Video

Sep 2nd, 2014 | By

Within just days of a video surfacing showing the decapitation of four Egyptian nationals, the Cairo government took decisive military action and killed the leader of the Jihadist group alleged to have been responsible. Several sources have reported that on Sunday, August 30, Egyptian forces carried out two successful operations against Islamist militants in Sinai. In Al Arish, a city on the northern coast of Sinai, members of a joint police-military action killed Fayez Abdallah Hamdan Abu-Sheta, believed to be a leader of the terrorist group Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis (ABM), thought responsible for the May 2013 kidnapping of 7 police officers and a border guard.

Egyptian Bible Society reopens shop destroyed by mob

Aug 18th, 2014 | By

The Bible Society of Egypt has reopened a Christian bookstore in Upper Egypt that was destroyed last year by Muslim Brotherhood sympathizers. The reopening of the bookshop in a main street in downtown Assuit is a symbol of the continuation of Christian presence in Egypt

Noted Convert In Egypt, Released In Appeal, Quickly Imprisoned Again

Jul 24th, 2014 | By

A noted convert in Egypt released on bail this week for the appeal of his disputed conviction for “inciting sectarian violence” was quickly imprisoned again on equally controversial charges from 2009 of “defaming Islam,” his attorney said.

Local security officials on Monday (July 21) turned Bishoy Armia Boulous, previously known as Mohammed Hegazy, over to the Ministry of Interior to face the blasphemy charges filed five years ago.