Egypt: Coptic teacher could face blasphemy charges for internet cartoon posts
Catholic World News - August 01, 2012
A Coptic man in Egypt could face criminal charges for allegedly mocking Islam on an internet web site.
Bishoy Kamel, a schoolteacher, was arrested for posting cartoons on a popular social-networking site. Kamel says that the site was hacked, and he was not responsible for posting the cartoons.
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