Archives For Egyptian Christians

As Egypt’s torrential state of instability continues, the country’s Christians continue to fear their fate in the North African country that they have called home since biblical times. The country, in its quest for democracy, has seen a wave of positive and negative outcomes of the 2012 presidential election, which, in itself, is a large […]

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Christianity Today — In the most democratic elections since 1952, the people of Egypt have freely chosen their leader. And for the first time in history, that leader is a native-born Islamist. Mohamed Morsy of the Muslim Brotherhood captured 51 percent of the vote, narrowly defeating his rival Ahmed Shafik (widely perceived as the candidate […]

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