Jayson Casper

Experimental Egyptian community serving dropouts reaches milestone

by Jayson Casper - 5th December 2014

On its fifteenth birthday, JAYSON CASPER meets staff at the pioneering desert monastery, Anafora, which is 'creating civil society from the bottom up'.

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Are Islamic terror plots in Egypt just ‘crazy theories’?

by Jayson Casper - 5th November 2014

A MEDIA COMMENTATOR who won't reveal the source of his leaked evidence of Muslim Brotherhood terrorism may not be the best way to convince the West to intervene in Egypt. JAYSON CASPER reports.

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Infighting between Coptic groups not helping Maspero justice campaign

by Jayson Casper - 15th October 2014

JAYSON CASPER meets a disunited group at a memorial service to mark three years since the Maspero massacre.

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