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Coptic Christians

Christians Targeted in Latest Round of Egyptian Violence

August 16, 2013

Nearly 700 people have been killed along with thousands of others wounded in this week’s violence in Egypt, capped by today’s “Friday of Anger,” spurned by the Muslim Brotherhood.  Last month’s coup of the Morsi regime, which also ousted the Muslim Brotherhood from power and replaced them with an interim military-controlled government, has reached a [...]

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Egypt: Morsi’s Out in Military Coup

July 3, 2013

Egypt has been in massive social, political, and economic turmoil lately, which has now led to the Egyptian military seizing power, ousting a democratically-elected President while suspending the nation’s constitution until further notice.  Some groups cheer, while others are trying to figure out what to do next.  The situation remains fluid. Ousted Egyptian President Morsi [...]

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Harassing the Christians in Egypt

October 10, 2011

Say one thing about Hosni Mubarak:  being ensconced all those years by American bucks also allowed him be cool with Israel and the Coptic Christians in the Mideast’s most populace Muslim nation.  Not so much with the current interim military junta!  Here’s the latest, this time against the Copts: Full coverage here.  Seems to me [...]

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Peaceful Egyptian Muslims Break Out of their Shells

January 10, 2011

We’ve all seen too many news stories about Islamic terrorists murdering the innocent during the last ten years or so.  Technically it’s even longer than that, but I’m using September 11, 2001 as a reference point.  During that time, we’ve also seen many conservative commentators bemoaning the fact that too few peaceful Muslims stepped up [...]

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