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‘Hero’ broadcaster saves Copts in Egypt revolution, flees to Canada

February 20, 2013

Celebrated broadcaster in Egypt, Mohamed Gohar, stepped away from the bright lights, and used his position to save a group of Coptic Christians from an almost certain massacre. After the ordeal, Gohar came to Canada and for the first time, tells his story to 16×9.

 


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