On August 20, 2013 in the small village of Delga, four hours south of Cairo, Egypt, thousands of radical Muslims went on a rampage.
"We were at work when we heard Muslims were burning churches," Boutrous, a Christian living in Delga at the time, said. Boutrous's real name was not given for security purposes.
"Leaders in the mosques were telling Muslims to attack Christians and kill them," he said.
Boutrous and his father Iskander, both Christians, were in their family barber shop when a mob of Muslims attacked them.
"They broke into the shop, took everything and burned the ...