January 2, 2013

A Christian Winter in the Middle East

Rupert Shortt, The Guardian

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Attacks on Christian communities from Iraq to Egypt undermine the region's struggle for broader freedoms.

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TAGGED: Coptic Christians, Christianity, Christians, Middle East, Syria, Iraq, Egypt

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