Egypt’s young Coptic Christians energized to fight for civil rights

A group of Christian youth activists is looking to the future and hoping to mobilize young people to better advocate for themselves.

An antidote to religious strife in Egypt: nationalism

After decades of polarization along religious lines, Christians and Muslims in Egypt are coming together to rally behind their flag.

The country is in the midst of a swell of nationalism that began during the revolution in 2011 and intensified when citizens took to the streets in June of this year to call for the removal of President Mohammed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood.