Yesterday an Enemy, Today a Friend?

This was originally published on EgyptSource. The nuanced, complicated-nature, and symbolic defeat of a theological state that came with June 30 has left most Christians in Egypt ironically and dangerously excited, hopeful, and confident in the current government and more precisely, Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi. Seven months ago, on August 14, Egyptian Christians fell … More Yesterday an Enemy, Today a Friend?

The Man Behind the Film: The Dilemma for Christians

With hundreds injured across the region and several deaths, continued protests and increased violence, concern is growing for the Coptic Christians in Egypt and Christians around the region. September 13, 2012 revealed that the director, who was originally thought to be ‘Sam Bacile’, an Israeli Jew, is an Egyptian Coptic Christian living in Los Angeles, … More The Man Behind the Film: The Dilemma for Christians