More and more eyes are opened to the pain and injustices around the globe because organizations like Voice of the Copts and others are working together to sharpen the focus on the truth of UNFORTUNATE REALITIES. Below, Ashraf Ramelah voices his thoughts on the origin of Voice of the Copts and why the organization
Christian influence is rapidly disappearing from the Middle East. Because of ethnic and religious persecution, many Middle Eastern Christians are leaving their homelands and becoming refugees, while those who remain suffer increasing harassment and violence. At the beginning of the twentieth century, about 20 percent of the Middle Eastern population was Christian. Today, the percentage
Human Rights in the Middle East: What the West Needs to Know Capitol Visitor Center First Street N.E & East Capitol Street N.E Washington, DC 20515 Room SVC 209-08
Thursday, December 16, 2010 - Cannon Building - Independence Avenue and 1st Street, SE Washington, DC 20003 - Room 402 - Human Rights in the Middle East
A Voice of the Copts fundraising event. Sponsored by Dolce Vita By Ninaâ€™s Italian Restaurant. Voice of the Copts is a not-for-profit organization 501 (c) (3).
Killing of Christians in Pakistan on pretext to blasphemy law, situation of religious minorities and anniversary of Gojra massacre main issues to highlight in Conference: