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Fri, Sep. 20 2013 01:29 PM EDT

Egyptian Christians Enjoy Short Respite From Radical Muslims, but Fear More Retaliation Soon

By Tyler O'Neil
Since Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi was overthrown on July 3, his radical supporters have ruled the southern Egyptian city of Dalga, carrying out various attacks of vengeance against the city's 20,000 Christians, whom they blame for Morsi's overthrow. The military government took control of the city earlier this week, prosecuting the Islamists, but Christians fear the peace will be short-lived. (A link to this page will be included in your message. )

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