Sheikh Saleh Al-Fawzan, member of the Standing Committee of Fatwa and member of the senior scholars in Saudi Arabia, said that Islam does not forbid the captivity of women. "Those who prohibit women's captivity are ignorant and an atheist".
Dr. Awad Shafik, professor of international law at Geneva, issued a statement to denounce the report issued by Human Rights Watch that defends the Muslim Brotherhood accusing the Egyptian government of mass killings of peaceful demonstrators in Egypt.
Nabil Elaraby, the Secretary-General of the Arab League issued a statement on Monday deploring the inhumane actions and terrorization of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, known as Daash.
Ahmed Maher, Islamic writer and thinker, denounced curriculums of Al-Azhar as they despise women as well as Christians.
Samir Darwish, editor-in-chief of New Culture magazine, said that the so-called Arab Spring has represented the Islamic groups and Islamic rule once again. Such armed groups and organizations were able to cross the borders.
Egyptian Diaspora in Canada has started a campaign to support Mrs. Ghada Malak, the Canadian of Egyptian origin, in local council elections in Mississauga, Canada.
Daash Iraq Special Coverage: persecution of the Christians in Mosul
Medhat Kelada, head of the European Union of Coptic Organizations for Human Rights, said that the minister Mohammed Fayek, head of the national Council for Human rights had promised to re-open the case of displaced Christians in Mataria.
Coptic anchor Dina Abdel-Karim said that she agrees with the announcements of Abba Bishoy, Bishop of Damietta, but disagrees with how it was presented.
Nader Sirefi, coordinator of Copts 38 Association, said they will discuss a draft of new personal status law for non-Muslims with human rights organization.
Riots spread at the village of Abu Qurqas on Wednesday after the killing of a Muslim worker in a fight with Christian other workers.
The Iraqi Association for Human Rights participated yesterday in a demonstration in front of the White House to support the Christians of Iraq, and to convict crimes and terrorism Daash.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said that Daash has opened an office in Syria to receive requests from girls willing to get married with its soldiers.
Daash said that those who are willing to get married with its soldiers will get a chance to marry and enjoy a honey moon and tourist tour in places controlled by Daash from Ar-Raqqah in Syria to the Anbar province in Iraq.
Dr. Shaaban Abdel-Alim, leading member of al-Nour ultra conservative party, said the party welcomes nominating the Copts on their electoral list for the upcoming parliamentary elections and there is nothing to prevent such nomination.
The annual report on religious freedom issued by the U.S. State Department said that numbers of Christians in the Middle East are decreasing after mass migrations as well as increasing acts of violence and murder against their countries in the Middle East.
Bishop Ermiah, head of the Coptic Orthodox Cultural Center, said that there are currently no Christians in the Iraqi city of Mosul.
Abram Lewis, founder of the Association of "victims of abductions and enforced disappearances" expressed his anger for the U.S. Foreign Ministry ignoring abduction crimes that occur in Egypt in the annual International Religious Freedom.
The French Foreign Ministry promised to facilitate receiving the displaced Christians of Mosul and their accommodation in France since Daash has killed and displaced hundreds of Christians in Mosul.
Maspero Youth Union has congratulated the Muslims of Egypt and the Arab countries on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr.
The Coptic Dutch organization has congratulated the Muslims in Egypt and all over the world on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr.
Eid al-Fitr or Feast of Breaking the Fast and the Lesser Eid, is an important religious holiday celebrated by Muslims worldwide that marks the end of Ramadan.
Egypt's Council of Churches will hold a meeting today for prayer for the suffering Christians in the Middle East, and especially in Iraq.
A video outlining the terrorist attacks of the Muslim Brotherhood against the Coptic Churches.