Giving hope to persecuted Christians since 1995
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In our latest Out of Egypt blog post, we look back at the horrific attack in Naga Hammadi that killed six young Coptic men on January 6, 2010. The killings remind us that persecution in Egypt is nothing new, but existed long before the revolution under former President Hosni Mubarak. In tomorrow’s post, we’ll discuss the Egyptian government’s failure to bring perpetrators of attacks on Christians to justice, including two of the three men charged with the murders in Naga Hammadi who were acquitted in court earlier this year.