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Christian convert in Egypt goes back to jail directly after release

July 29, 2014

Egyptian authorities arrested Christian convert from Islam, Bishoy Armia Boulous immediately after he was released on bail. Local security officials on July 21 turned Boulous over to the Ministry of Interior to face blasphemy charges filed in 2009, Morning Star News reported.


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