Coptic Secular Front

In this photograph from August 2013, an Egyptian man walks in front of a pharmacy marked with anti-Coptic and anti-coup graffiti in Assiut, Upper Egypt. Arabic graffiti reads, "No to the coup and yes to legitimacy." Following the coup that ousted Egypt's first democratically elected president, Mohamed Morsi, Islamists widely blamed the Coptic minority in the country.
(Photo: Manu Brabo/AP/Scanpix. Under copyright).

Egyptian Copts under pressure

“The night I was evicted from my home and my land was the worst night of my life. I will never forget it,” says Abu Solaiman, one of many Coptic Christian victims of […]

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