Egypt Is Failing to Protect Christians From Being 'Hunted Down and Murdered,' Human Rights Group Says
March 16, 2017
Authorities in Egypt must offer "urgent protection" to Coptic Christians in North Sinai and provide essential services and accommodation to hundreds who are being forced to flee their homes after seven Christians were killed in a series of attacks, the human rights group Amnesty International has said. Local church officials in North Sinai have said the attacks have forced at least 100 families and 200 students to flee due to the attacks.
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