Violence Against Christian Copts in Egypt Continues

Violence Against Christian Copts in Egypt Continues

Violence in Egypt against Coptic Christians has continued despite the fall of former president Mohammed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood, with believers still facing abductions and the government seizing their property, the Board of Inquiry in Cairo reported.

The report, according to Fields News Agency, shows that Copts, who make up close to 10 percent of the population, are continuing to face "endemic forms of violence and abuse" in many parts of Egypt, particularly in the governorates of Luxor, Sohag and Aswan.

"The worrying scenario has been reconstructed in detail on the basis of meetings with community representatives, civil society ...

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I truly wonder, why all the so called Human Rights Activists, either keep silent or Mildly condemn the attacks on religious minorities but Strongly condemn the rightful and Lawful Penalties on the perpetrators?!!!

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