Egypt Coptic Christians subjected to increased persecution after Morsi’s ouster

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Click photo to download. Caption: The Muslim Brotherhood has blamed Egypt's Coptic Christians and their pope Tawadros II for inciting former president Mohamed Morsi's ouster. Credit: Wikimedia Commons.</p>
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(JNS.org) Coptic Christian Egyptians are being subjected to increasing religious violence after the ousting of Muslim
Brotherhood President Mohamed Morsi.

Caption: The Muslim Brotherhood has blamed Egypt’s Coptic Christians and their pope Tawadros II for inciting former president Mohamed Morsi’s ouster. Credit: Wikimedia Commons.

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