Jonathan Rashad

Jonathan Rashad is a self-taught freelance photojournalist covering Egypt since 2008. His work has been published and distributed widely, including, The New York Times, The Washington Post, World Press Photo, Slate, Forbes, Colors Magazine, Le Monde, Greenpeace, Boston Review Magazine, CNN, Bloomberg, Foreign Policy, Jadaliyya, Mother Jones, Al Jazeera English, Prix Pictet, Secours Catholique Magazine, Amos Magasin, Atlantic Council, Los Angeles Times, CBS News, Egypt Independent, Huffington Post, The Guardian, Vice News and the Wall Street Journal.


Jonathan Rashad is a self-taught freelance photojournalist covering Egypt since 2008. His work has been published and distributed widely, including, The New York Times, The Washington Post, World Press Photo, Slate, Forbes, Colors Magazine, Le Monde, Greenpeace, Boston Review Magazine, CNN, Bloomberg, Foreign Policy, Jadaliyya, Mother Jones, Al Jazeera English, Prix Pictet, Secours Catholique Magazine, Amos Magasin, Atlantic Council, Los Angeles Times, CBS News, Egypt Independent, Huffington Post, The Guardian, Vice News and the Wall Street Journal.



ARTICLES BY Jonathan Rashad



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A Church Massacre in Egypt

A suicide bomber attacked a Coptic church in Cairo, Egypt on Sunday, killing 24 and wounding 49. This was one of the dea


A suicide bomber attacked a Coptic church in Cairo, Egypt on Sunday, killing 24 and wounding 49. This was one of the deadliest attacks on this minority Christian group, which makes up 10% of the population.  Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi said the bomber was Mahmoud Shafiq Mohammed Mustafa, 22, and four people were arrested […]

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21 Egyptians. Beheaded by ISIS.

On January 3rd, around 2 a.m. in the coastal Libyan city of Sirte, masked gunmen banged on the door of a dormitory for E


On January 3rd, around 2 a.m. in the coastal Libyan city of Sirte, masked gunmen banged on the door of a dormitory for Egyptian workers. “We came for the Christians. Stay away,” the kidnappers yelled. This, according to Milad Ibrahim, 27, who witnessed the abduction of his two cousins behind closed doors from a dormitory […]

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Humanitarian Aid & Medical Supplies To Gaza Halted by Egyptian Military – Forced to Go Back

Recently, a solidarity aid convoy of at least 500 Egyptian activists and volunteers organized a trip to move from Cairo


Recently, a solidarity aid convoy of at least 500 Egyptian activists and volunteers organized a trip to move from Cairo to Gaza with three vehicles of medical aid. Activists and volunteers representing a diversity of backgrounds and political orientations mobilized a few days prior via Facebook to gather supplies and volunteers to support the victims […]