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Coptic Christians fear rise of Islamists on eve of presidential elections

washingtonpost.com (1 year and 11 months ago)

May 13, 2012

CAIRO — A year after an attack by ultraconservative Muslims raised the spectre of a wave of religious strife in Egypt, the Christian churches in Cairo’s Imbaba district have been repaired, with sturdy wooden rafters, fresh paint and portraits of the Virgin Mary and Jesus ready to be hung anew. But the deep wounds from those attacks and ensuing clashes, which left 12 dead, cannot be painted over. Read full article >> full story

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