Earlier this month, you wrote Egyptian leaders on behalf of Mohammed Hegazy, who now goes by the Christian name Bishoy Armeya Boulos. This week, please write him personally to encourage him in his faith.
Mohammed Hegazy is a convert to Christianity from Islam whose public request to change his official religious status made him and his family targets of extremists several years ago. His family is now safely out of the country, but Mohammed, who goes by the Christian name Bishoy Armeya Boulos, has stayed behind. He came out of hiding and become an advocate for the rights of Christian converts in Egypt.
He was arrested for filming during the attacks on Christians after the ouster of President Morsi in 2013.
From this Prisoner Alert page, click on "Write a Letter" on the left-hand side. You can choose from various encouraging biblical phrases, which will automatically be translated, generating a finished letter. Please follow the instructions about not mentioning Voice of the Martyrs or Prisoner Alert directly in your letter, even cutting off any mention or website name that may appear at the top or bottom of the page when printed. Take a few minutes to print out the letter, sign it, address it as directed and drop it in your mailbox. The postage for a letter to Egypt is only $1.15. (To send letters like this more easily in the future, you can purchase Global Forever stamps from the post office.)