CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FULL REPORT It was only a matter of time before the Arab Spring would come to … Continued
Author: Samer Libdeh
Since the beginning of the Syrian revolution in March 2011, Christian leaders have been divided over whether to support Bashar al-Assad’s embattled regime. Historically the Christian community (mainly those affiliated with the Orthodox Church) have enjoyed certain privileges and protections from Assad’s secular-leaning regime, serving in important security, economic and political positions. Whilst Christians were barred from serving as President due to their religious status, they were able to practice their religion freely.
Recent reports indicate that the Netherlands have eased its immigration laws to make it easier for Christians in Egypt to … Continued
While the security situation in Syria deteriorates and the country looks set to erupt or possibly descend into a full-scale civil war, it is becoming … Continued
The victory of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt’s presidential elections last week has raised serious questions about future political and … Continued
Last week’s Muslim Brotherhood victory in Egypt has led to much discussion and debate about the shape and form of … Continued
YES Samer Libdeh Although the Muslim Brotherhood stated that it will support and defend civil and minority rights, it remains … Continued