Egypt's Copts under heavier pressure since 'Arab Spring'
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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