Egypt's Christians Cry Out to God in Face of Persecution

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Christians pray in the Basilica of our Lady of Fatima in Cairo Sunday. Egypt's Coptic Christians, who make up 10 percent of its 85 million people, have coexisted with the majority Sunni Muslims for centuries. Violence erupted periodically, especially in the impoverished south, but the attacks on churches and Christian properties in the last week are the worst in years.

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