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The Copts flee Egypt


An exodus of the historic Christian minority puts the country’s economy at risk

An exodus of the historic Christian minority puts the country’s economy at risk

An exodus on a biblical scale is currently underway. Hundreds of thousands of Coptic Christians have left Egypt in the wake of tensions triggered by the fall of Hosni Mubarak and the subsequent rise to power of the Islamist faction under President Mohamed Morsi, also ousted from power after one year. The country’s instability has left the entire Coptic community facing an extremely tough choice: stay in their homeland and be persecuted, or flee and bring more than 2,000 years of history to a close.

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