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Photo Gallery: Egypt's Muslims attend Coptic Christmas mass, serving as "human shields"
Ahram Online, Tuesday 11 Jan 2011
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Muslims in a Christmas mass in Cairo
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Bob van den Berg
26-01-2011 03:44pm
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Human shield.
Egypt has an old civilization. Over time wisdom of any faith group should have accepted commion sense and mutual respect as one of the pillars on which a certain conduct has developed.Praise and peace to all who responded to the call to manifest these good qualities.
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Adrian Abraham
19-01-2011 02:29pm
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People Want Peace
God bless these good people for standing up. They want Peace in their country and are prepared to stand up to claim what is their right. A proud moment for the entire country.
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Said Ghaly
14-01-2011 12:37am
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Moslims attend Coptic Christmas mass
WHERE WERE THOSE BRAVE ENLIGHTENED MOSLIMS 20 TEARS AGO?. GREAT MOVE ,I HOPE IT IS NOT TOO LITTLE TOO LATE. EGYPT STILL IN DANGER OF MORE CIVIL UNREST UNLESS SHOWING OF SOLIDARITY CONTINUES.
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