Egypt: Copt faces blasphemy charge for anti-Muslim film
Catholic World News - September 25, 2012
A Coptic Christian has been arrested in Egypt and charged with blasphemy for allegedly uploading portions of the film “Innocence of Muslims.”
Alber Saber was accused by neighbors of using video clips from the controversial movie to make his own arguments against Islam. Prosecutors, who have entered blasphemy charges against Saber, say that he has mocked both Islam and Christianity in postings on the internet.
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