Category archives for Middle East Press Blog

A deadly game in the Middle East

October 11, 2012 – Being at the Syrian border gave us a clear understanding of the political game being played in the Middle East. We also mourned the agony of innocent Syrians trying to survive the day as we looked at the chain of mountains that hid the country of Syria. Is Assad, the Syrian […]

Total destruction of a church in Rafah, North Sinai

  September 30, 2012 – A church in Rafah, North Sinai was demolished and burned, and a group of radical Muslims evicted all Christian families from the town. Afterwards, the governor of Al Arish met with Bedouin leaders in the area and discussed the situation as it will have far-reaching consequences in many other places […]

Government-sponsored Egyptian Mafia has terrorized the country for years

  Lt. Col. Mahmoud Abdul Nabi , A military officer who was terminated from the Egyptian Armed Forces has released some information about Habib Al-Adly, former Interior Minister of Egypt. He had directed and managed a secret group of officers to maintain the grip over the country since 2000. This group was part of the […]

Security Message for U.S. Citizens in Egypt

U.S. Embassy Cairo Security Message for U.S. Citizens Threat Information Directed Against U.S. Citizens September 28, 2012 The Embassy has credible information suggesting terrorist interest in targeting U.S. female missionaries in Egypt. Accordingly, U.S. citizens should exercise vigilance, taking necessary precautions to maintain their personal security. U.S. citizens are advised to maintain valid travel documents. […]

New Ways of Persecution

September 22, 2012, Naguib Gabriel, the head of the Egyptian Federation of Human Rights, said that Christians were discouraged from attending their churches in Egypt. The government uses different methods to accomplish this task, and the most recent one is giving traffic and parking violation tickets to all the cars in front of a church […]

Muslim Sexual Life

April 2012, Egypt’s National Council for Women (NCW) has appealed to the Islamist-dominated parliament not to approve two controversial laws on the minimum age of marriage, 9 years old, and allowing a husband to have sex with his dead wife within six hours of her death according to a report in an Egyptian newspapers. The […]

Obama and The Golden Necklace

2009: As Obama bowed his head, the Saudi King hung the Order of Abdul Aziz Al Saud around his neck. The golden necklace of the order that was placed around Obama’s neck was decorated with the crossed swords representing the House of Saud and the House of Wahhab, the very strict sect of Islam. On […]

President Morsi threatens the church if the Egyptian Christians (Copts) demonstrate against him in New York.

September 23rd, 2012, Human rights activist, Magdi Khalil, director of Middle East Forum for Liberties, revealed this truth in his page on Facebook. The threat against the Egyptian Christians was released from the Egyptian Embassy in America.* The authorities stated that Morsi will take retaliatory measures against the church if the Copts demonstrate against him […]

Critical Shortage of Fuel in Egypt

Amr Mostafa, Vice Chairman of the General Authority for Petroleum, said that the Authority had received instructions from President Mohamed Morsy to send diesel fuel to the Gaza Strip to run power plant sector. President Morsy stated this decision was made to show Egypt’s full support of the Palestinians and Hamas. The Egyptian officials pointed […]

Alexandria Used Book Fare on Fire

September 7, 2012; The brotherhood has destroyed a market for used books in Alex. the news under the picture said that ” a Certain category was disturbed by what happened to the book street stalls / booths in El Naby Daniel Street in Alexandria. Unfortunately one of them commented on that news saying why do […]