In retrospect: Egyptian judoka Salafi-styleNo withdraw, no win, no handshake.
Open letter to Egypt's president: Fulfill your promises or step asidePromises are not just words and if you can't fulfill them, let someone else do the job.
Vatican ecumenism forsakes Egypt’s Christian minoritiesFor Pope Francis, ecumenical zeal is more his quest than a real concern for solutions to the rise of jihad. However, the Vatican’s ecumenism comes at the expense of Egypt’s human rights.
Bedouin law bows to Coptic courageA courageous woman and a brave bishop put Egyptian Sharia bullies to shame.
Islam against Islam: Blasphemy Laws in EgyptResisting blasphemy laws, which make it a crime to criticize Islam, takes courage. A plea to Al Sisi to show that courage.
Coptic Pope’s trip to Israel stirs hope to end ban on visitsCoptic Christians are not allowed to visit Israel, so how did their Pope attend a funeral in Jerusalem?
Will the Sharia save Morsi?What are the chances that the Grand Mufti, who must sign the verdict, has approved the death penalty?
Copts beheaded in Libya, burned alive in EgyptCoptic tragedies - what does Obama think?
Egypt’s Al-Ahzar Institute: Cause or Foe of Terror?With its slightest pronouncement (fatwa) obeyed by Sunni Muslim followers, Al-Ahzar has the power to eradicate Muslim violence around the world. But what has its impact been? How does it react to ISIS?
Jews Cope with Egypt’s Hysteria and Revisionist HistoryJewish-Egyptian history is being erased systematically.
The Pope and the EU Earthquake: Standing vs. SuccumbingStanding or succumbing to Islamist pressures? The Vatican said the Pope's visit was non-political, but his embrace of Islam is in sharp contrast to the growing strength of Euroskeptics.
Exploiting the HolocaustThe eighth graders in Rialto, California, might learn a great deal from reading this article about other Holocaust deniers.
Why is the Coptic Church Punishing Pilgrims to Israel?Egyptian Christians (Orthodox, Catholic and Evangelic) come by the thousands to Jerusalem during the Passover week. Not everyone is pleased.
The Slaughter in EgyptThis is what triggered the slaughter of twenty-eight people in Aswan, Upper Egypt.
529 Sentenced to Death in My CountryEgypt’s criminal court in El-Minya recommends death penalty sentences for Muslim Brotherhood operatives. The writer ponders the international response to this decision.
Egypt and the Muslim BrotherhoodIs this just business as usual in Egypt or has the time finally arrived for a Muslim Brotherhood-free Egypt?
Egyptians’ Have Lost The Right to ProtestEgyptians’ right of protest is now regulated or obstructed. The Muslim Brotherhood's way of protesting is the cause, but Islamists are still in powerful positions.
At Trial, True Justice will Reveal Morsi’s AlliancesWhat exactly is the purpose of the anticipated six-hour visit to Egypt by U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, planned for Sunday, November 3rd, one day before the date set for Morsi’s trial?
Egyptian Preacher for Martyrdom in Niqab DisguiseArrogance and empty slogans have masked the incapacity of MB leaders to run or rule a schoolyard, much less a country. Yet some world leaders still view them with respect.
US Cannot Keep Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood in PowerEgypt's freedom fighters are also fighting Obama's efforts to retain the anti-democratic Muslim Brotherhood government, this Copt leader, a Free Egypt supporter, says. Obama comes out badly in their eyes.
Egyptian Democracy? Morsi's New Constitution RemainsEgypt needs a secular constitution with democratic freedoms. This should happen as soon as possible, but the opposite is quietly taking place.
Egypt's Military Brings Hope, not CoupMorsi is gone and that is an enormous change for the good. Egypt must first clean house of democracy’s enemies in order to begin its democratic process.
Egypt's Chance for Freedom and DemocracyQatar's role is crucial, says the writer.
Morsi Speaks to the Egyptian PeopleMorsi seems to believe his own lies.
Morsi’s One-Year AnniversaryCan Egyptians turn back the clock?
Needed: Denouncement of Muslim Anti-Christian ViolenceA plea for Al-Azhar imam to denounce anti-Christian violence by Muslims as a prerequisite to their request for Pope Francis to call Islam a "peaceful religion".
Egypt's Black BlocBlack Bloc, Egypt's new anti-Muslim-Brotherhood militia, is radically different from the US organization of the same name, says the writer.
Arab Spring: Muslim Brotherhood Fulfills Jihad VisionThe media labelled Arab Spring pro-democracy as Muslim Brotherhood fulfilled its Jihadist vision.
Morsi and Salafists Desecrating Egypt's Art and HistoryThe governing Muslim Brotherhood now antagonizes Egypt’s citizenry into lashing out against Egypt’s ancient and modern historical sites.
'Voice of the Copts' Requests Holy See InvestigationAppeasement, silencing all dissent and criticism? Now it is the turn of the Catholic Church to ignore its own co-religionists. A Copt pleads for intervention.
Meet Egypt's President Morsi: A Fugitive in PowerAs the world knows by now, and America should have known earlier, Morsi represents the worst possible outcome for Copts, all freedom-loving Egyptians, the Middle East and the West.
Egypt, August 24,25th: Harbinger of a Civil War?August 24-25 was the date of the the first planned protest against the Muslim Brotherhood: Will this be the harbinger of Civil War? Mountains of garbage reek in the streets and lawlessness prevails within a crippling infrastructure.
Democratic Reforn in Egypt? Not with Morsi in ChargeEgypt’s new democratically elected President Morsi is indifferent to genuine democratic reform, says the writer, and proceeds to back up his statements with a comprehensive report on what is happening since Morsi took office. A must read.
Appeal to the International CommunityIn Egypt so far there is an astounding resemblance to past dictatorships with perhaps even greater intention to move the country toward Islamic law. But ordinary Egyptians do not want this law.
Tantawi defies Muslim Brotherhood: "Egypt is for All"Tantawi defies Muslim Brotherhood declaring: Egypt is for all, not just one group. The United States prefers Morsi.
Egypt's Elections: Leading to Democracy or Disaster?What has passed so far as a democratic process in Egypt is not exactly what revolutionaries had in mind when 18 months ago pro-democracy liberty seekers took to the streets - and the future looks bleak. Read a blogger below.
A Copt Writer's View of the Egyptian ElectionsThe power struggle between Islamic fundamentalists and the all-powerful Egyptian military to gain control of Egypt ignores the will of the people who shed their blood for freedom and human rights during the Lotus uprising earlier this year.