Coptic Christians Worry About Future Without Mubarak
Many Copts worry that Mr. Mubarak’s exit would leave them dangerously exposedâ€”either by chaos, or to a government that may be more tolerant of Islamist extremists. Â (WSJ)
This report says that Coptic Christians are defying Pope Shenouda and participating in demonstrations; on the other hand, however, a source on the ground in Egypt tells me that the news reports are wrong, and that Copts are not participating. Whatever may be the truth of the matter, it is certain that a Muslim Brotherhood state in Egypt would make their situation even worse than it is already.
“Fate of Coptic Christians in post-Mubarak Egypt worries some,” by John Rossomando inÂ The Daily Caller, January 29:
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