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Egypt Christians look to new law to end discrimination

An Egyptian Coptic Christian woman on July 24, 2016 sits in the rubble of a makeshift chapel that was torched a few months ago during clashes in the Egyptian village of IsmailiaOn a recent Sunday in southern Egypt, dozens of Coptic Christians gathered for mass next to the charred remains of a wooden structure they once used as a chapel. A blackened wood cross lay amid the rubble, a testament to a string of clashes in southern villages this month that has highlighted sectarian tensions in Egypt. Egypt’s Copts, the Middle East’s largest Christian minority, have long struggled to obtain official permission to build churches.

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