In its 2021 Annual Report, USCIRF continued to recommend that the U.S. Department of State place Egypt on its Special Watch List for engaging in severe violations of international religious freedom.
Egyptians love their national soccer team, but Christians feel left out
In victory or in defeat, soccer continues to show that it has the power to unite people despite their differences.
USCIRF Commissioner Sharon Kleinbaum Advocates for Egyptian Reda Abdel Rahman through Religious Prisoners of Conscience Project
USCIRF Commissioners advocate for the release of individuals imprisoned for exercising their freedom of religion or belief through the RPOC project.
‘Violence against Christian women is a weapon in the war against religious minorities’
The more politics and the media recognize that we are talking about actual cases and legitimate interests, the more these reports will be taken seriously.
USCIRF Welcomes Egypt’s Release of Coptic Activist Ramy Kamel
Throughout Mr. Kamel’s detention, USCIRF has repeatedly condemned the charges against him and called for his release.
Egypt Earns Fourth Worst Country in Rule of Law Ranking
Brutal behavior by Egypt’s authorities is egregious.
Coptic Solidarity Commemorates the 10th Anniversary of the Maspero Massacre
“The public worldwide is invited to join in this commemorative event…”
Egypt Announces Human Rights Agenda Amid US Threat to Withhold Military Aid
State Department Threatens to Hold $130 Million from Egypt Unless Human Rights Improve
Young Christian Woman Missing After Arrest in Egypt
No Communication Allowed with Christian Convert
Coptic Solidarity’s Fact-Checking of the ‘Religious Freedom and Diversity’ Document Issued by the Embassy of Egypt in the U.S.A.
Since Biden’s election, the Egyptian government has hired a lobbying firm to assist with improving its image, despite the unconscionable human rights abuses perpetrated by Egypt’s authorities.