Report: Christians beaten, stores looted in Egypt
Catholic World News - August 21, 2012
Coptic Christians are under attack in some towns in southern Egypt, according to Arab-language media reports summarized by Coptic Solidarity, a US-based organization.
Recent incidents of persecution have included arson, the looting of stores, beatings, and a kidnapping.
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