Tag: Islamic Brotherhood

Is Egypt moving closer to religious freedom post Morsi?

Originally published in The Blaze Just three months after the ousting of Muslim Brotherhood President Mohammed Morsi, it appears Egyptian authorities are taking a big step toward protecting the freedom of worship for the nation’s Christian community by lifting major restrictions on the construction of new churches. Ahram Online reports that the […]

No Islamists in Egypt’s interim cabinet

Originally published in CBN News Interim Egyptian President Adli Mansour swore in a new cabinet that includes women and Christians, but no members of Islamist parties. The changes come as Egyptian society remains divided between Islamists angry over former President Mohammed Morsi’s removal and those who seek democratic reforms. The […]

What will Islamic Brotherhood election victory in Egypt mean for Israel, Christianity in region?

[notice]The election of Mohammed Morsi to the Egyptian presidency may usher in a new era for the Middle East, says INcontext Ministries in its latest World In Motion newsletter.[/notice] Early last week Israeli warplanes carried out three raids on the Gaza Strip following rocket attacks on Israel by Palestinian militants. […]