The winds of change that have been sweeping over the Arab world have had dramatic consequences in countries like Tunisia, Syria and Egypt.
Concerns that previously lay dormant have suddenly come to the foreground. One of those issues in Egypt is the relationship between the Coptic Christians and the country’s Muslim majority. After the fall of Mubarak, many Coptic Christians are no longer afraid to speak out about one of the most controversial topics that is affecting the Coptic Church in Egypt today — the disappearance or kidnapping of Coptic women. When they reappear they have converted to Islam and, for most of them, there is no way back.
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