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ICC Note: Many Coptic Christians fear for their lives in Egypt since they are constantly harassed by Islamic radicals. Some Christians have been forced to flee their country in order to protect their families. However, they fear to be sent back to their country because of the nightmare that awaits them.

2/26/2018 Egypt (The Age) –  Two young asylum seekers fear for their lives if they are deported to their native Egypt when their visas expire within weeks.

The cousins, along with eight other Coptic Christian asylum seekers in Melbourne, are appealing directly to Immigration Minister Peter Dutton to show mercy and let them stay.

Michael Ramzy, 31, was bashed and his mobile phone shop gutted in an attack by Muslim extremists in the village of Al Gharizat, 500km south of Cairo, in November 2011.

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