Egypt's Copts to return to Sinai homes, says government

Egypt's Copts to return to Sinai homes, says government

Cairo : Egypt | Sep 30, 2012 at 2:27 AM PDT
Source: Al Sharq Al Awsat
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Egypt's presidency and prime minister said on Saturday security forces in North Sinai were working to return Coptic Christians living near Egypt's border with Israel to their homes after they fled in fear of attack from Islamist militants. Nine Christian families living in Rafah near Egypt's border... FULL ARTICLE AT Al Sharq Al Awsat
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Young Child in Poor Neighborhood of Coptic Christian Quarter - Cairo - Egypt - 1989
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