Egyptian military helping to rebuild Coptic church
CWN - March 15, 2011
The Egyptian government is paying for the reconstruction of a Coptic Orthodox church that was destroyed by arson earlier this month.
The church in Soul, a town south of Cairo, was torched by a Muslim mob on March 5. Military leaders have begun work to rebuild the church.
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