Said Abdel Massih, head of the Egyptian Center for Development and Human Rights (ECDHR), called on the 50-member committee tasked with amending the 2012 Egyptian constitution to allocate a quota for Copts in parliament in an effort to quell sectarian strife and provide added representation and protection for Copts.
Hawua Yakubu, a human rights activist in Nigeria and a member of the fellowship program for minorities at the United Nations, warned that Boko Haram is seeking establish a "sharia state" and divide Nigeria into two with the north being reserved for Muslims and the south for Christians.
The Rasd News Network, which is associated with the Muslim Brotherhood, has said via its official Facebook page recently that the group "Students against the Coup in America" organized a demonstration at Wayne State University on October 21.
Antti Korkeakivi, the head of the department of indigenous people and minorities at the United Nations said that "serious violations against Christians in Egypt and Syria" have been recorded.
The Russian Orthodox Church announced it intends to participate in the second International Meeting of the Clergy on the Settlement of the Syrian Crisis.
Brigadier General Abbas Ibrahim, Lebanese General Security Chief, revealed that he has received information concerning the location of the two kidnapped Syrian bishops Bolous Yazigi and Youhanna Ibrahim, who were abducted on April 22.
Lack of Response for Coptic Attacks Reveals Signs of Complicit Government, Says Founder of Coptic Secular Current
Kamal Zakher, founder of the Coptic Secular Current, has said what happened in Warraq - where a Christian wedding was attacked - has revealed imbalances within the Egyptian government when it comes to their response regarding violence aimed at religious minorities.
Iranian authorities have deported a U.S. priest who had organized a protest outside the notorious Evin prison in Tehran to demand the release of Iranian Christians.
The Salafi Al-Nour, a hardline Islamic Party, rejected referring to the Egyptian state as "civil" in the country's new constitution which is currently being amended.
The Revolutionary Socialists (RS) movement on Tuesday denounced the massacre at the Virgin Mary Church in Warraq, Giza which killed four people and left 18 injured.
Crimes Against Egypt's Christians Were Expected Yet Authorities Did Nothing, Says Human Rights Advocate in Wake of Warraq Church Massacre
President of the Supporters of Human Rights Association, Dr. Omar El-Sabakhi, insisted the Warraq church massacre was expected and security forces once again failed to take any action.
A prominent advocate for Coptic Christians has condemned the attack on Copts leaving the Virgin Mary Church in Warraq, Giza, following a wedding last week.
The Muslim Brotherhood is practicing politics through a terrorist ideology, claims Nabil Metry, a member of the Executive Office of the Regional Association of Non-Governmental Organizations.
A Malaysian court has banned The Herald newspaper in Malaysia from using the word "Allah," a term for "God" used by Muslims.
Greek-Orthodox Archbishop Antoine Shedrawi, the Metropolitan of Mexico and Central America, condemned the daily killing and harassment of Christians during a visit this week to the Maronite patriarch of Lebanon, Mar Bechara el-Rahi.
Killing Christians Is the Way to Martyrdom - The Shocking Message Being Taught in Pakistan's Schools
Some school textbooks in Pakistan include lessons teaching students that killing Christians is a goal that must be achieved for them to obtain martyrdom, according to a report prepared by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI).
Participants in the International Peace Meeting held in Rome have called for renouncing violence against Christians in the Middle East and separating religion from politics.
The head of Aleppo's Evangelical Church said that the burning of churches and the raising of black Islamist flags on them in the Syrian city of Reka is not acceptable.
Khaled El-Zaafarani, a former Muslim Brotherhood leader, has revealed that the political party provides cover and support to extremist sympathysers, adding that they have no business in the country.
A prominent Egyptian political activist has said Copts in the region surrounding Delga village, Deir Mawas, Minya in northern Egypt were greatly encouraged when army and police forces came to their aid and arrested Islamist terrorist elements in the area.
After security forces stormed the village of Delga earlier this week and arrested a number of extremists wanted for assaulting police and vandalizing local churches, Egypt's Islamic party Gamaat Islamiya threatened to target Copts in retaliation.
Dr. Said Sadek, a political sociology professor at the American University in Cairo, has urged the committee in charge of modifying the Egyptian constitution to be committed to human rights and freedoms, as well as to accommodate varied political views.
Several members of the Egyptian constitutional committee have called for the explicit prohibition of the establishment of religious political parties to be included in the new Egypt Constitution. The recommendation came during a session held in order to ensure equality among all citizens.
Ishak Ibrahim, a researcher at the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights, insisted that the Muslim Brotherhood cannot be exonerated from the responsibility for the attacks on Copts because they are the agitators and participated in the attacks.
Wadie el-Khazen, chairman of the Maronite General Council, condemned the assault on Christians in Maloula located on the outskirts of Damascus on Thursday.