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Egypt’s Christians, Muslims Clash Again

Abu Abbas looked in disbelief around his ravaged cafe just a few yards from a Coptic Christian church. Its wooden chairs lay broken and strewn about and shattered glass from broken lamps littered the floor after his business was caught in the crossfire of Egypt’s latest Christian-Muslim uproar. Abu Abbas’ cafe is right next to St. George’s, one of seven churches in two Alexandria neighborhoods attacked by thousands of Muslims on the night of Oct. 21. The protesters faced off against hundreds of riot police trying to protect the church. But in the melee, they shattered St. George’s windows and destroyed Abu Abbas’ cafe. Full Story

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