Egypt has no religious liberty, Coptic attorney charges
January 13, 2010
Religious freedom is virtually non-existent in Egypt, a Christian lawyer has charged in the wake of murderous Christmas-eve attack on Copts. Caroline Doss, herself a Coptic Christian, points to “a huge difference between the way the laws are applied to Christians and Muslims.” The government’s failure to prosecute Islamic extremists for acts of violence against Christians is “inexcusable,” she said.
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