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On October 9, 2011 the Egyptian army attacked a massive crowd of Christian protestors in Cairo killing 22 people and leaving many more injured. Four years ago now, the memory still haunts those who experienced the massacre. Coptic Egyptians have second class citizenship and have suffered much brutality from the government especially under the Muslim Brotherhood. Photo: Egyptian security forces, in the background, clashed with Christians and other demonstrators in Cairo on October 9, 2011. Photo Courtesy: European Pressphoto Agency Learn more: