Egypt's Copts under heavier pressure since 'Arab Spring'
CWN - July 13, 2011
Writing in the American Spectator, Doug Bandow reports that the "Arab Spring" uprising in Egypt has done nothing to ease the problems of the country's religious minority:
In Egypt, the fall of Hosni Mubarak has encouraged religious intolerance and persecution, especially against the Coptic Christian community.
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