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Egypt & Persecution of Coptic Christians

Samuel Tadros

Egypt’s indigenous Christians, the Copts have endured persecution ever since the 7th century. We discuss the most recent church bombing, and the ongoing, daily indignities suffered by the Copts, and what the current regime is doing (or not doing) to address it.

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