Last weekend two bombings occurred during Palm Sunday services in two Coptic churches in Egypt. Here is what you should know about Coptic Christians, one of the world’s most persecuted religious groups.
Joe CarterApril 14, 2017
In Egypt, Muslims and Christians tend to be friends, neighbors, and quite similar in common culture. At the same time, there is a latent but tangible reservoir of mistrust.
Jayson CasperApril 11, 2017
Despite repeated assurances from President Sisi to protect the country’s large Coptic minority, his government appears unwilling or unable to actually deliver on his promises.
Robert NicholsonApril 10, 2017
Bitter Harvest professionally illustrates the Holodomor, one of 20th-century Europe’s central tragedies and one of the Soviet Union’s greatest crimes against humanity.
George BarrosMarch 23, 2017
Today the Hudson Institute and Providence co-hosted a panel discussion focused on the ongoing crisis in Syria and how America’s interests and moral considerations interact.
The EditorsMarch 10, 2017
Slovakia’s new religious registration law violates the collective aspect of religious freedom by erecting barriers to religious groups’ registration and performance of their basic functions.
Lubomir Martin OndrasekMarch 1, 2017
In this episode we will speak with Olivia Enos from the Heritage Foundation about different North Korea human rights issues—including North Koreans being trafficked through China, religious persecution, and other violations.
Olivia Enos & Mark MeltonFebruary 10, 2017
Prioritizing the most persecuted in refugee admissions is not only the right thing to do. It’s something we already do. Religious minorities, particularly Yezidis and Christians in Iraq and Syria, deserve the same priority status that is currently accorded to other groups facing unique dangers, including religious minorities in Iran and elsewhere, and Iraqis who assisted U.S. forces.
Ian SpeirFebruary 1, 2017
We continue our talk with Robert Nicholson about why the Middle East has a minority problem. This conversation helps illuminate how there is, as Robert puts it, a “vibrant mosaic” of peoples in the Middle East
Robert Nicholson & Mark MeltonJanuary 27, 2017