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    • Egypt: Coptic Christians Are Politically Divided
      "If the Church didn't express its loyalty to Sisi or didn't express its loyalty to the post-coup government, there's probably a fear within the Church that that could result in more hardship for Christians in Egypt."
    • Coptic Christian protest urges White House action against Islamic State
      In the Washington region, Copts have emerged as a small but vocal source of pressure on the administration, in part because of their Christian heritage and in part because many are affluent, well-organized U.S. citizens. Most originally came from Cairo or other Egyptian cities and have remained deeply engaged in Egyptian politics.

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