Cornelis Hulsman

Egypt: ‘Christians must learn to live in an Islamist society’

by Cornelis Hulsman - 14th December 2011

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The Freedom and Justice Party has given Christians several signals that they should not fear them. Three months ago their president Muhammad Mursi and secretary general Muhammad Saad Katatni received a Christian delegation that included Yousef Sidhom.

‘We told them frankly of our fears,’ Sidhom said. ‘They showed a clear understanding of these concerns and tried to ease our fears.’

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Egypt: ‘Christians must learn to live in an Islamist society’

by Cornelis Hulsman - 13th December 2011

Respected editor talks to Lapido on the eve of the second round of Egypt’s elections.

Despite large numbers of Christians fearing what an Islamist dominated country might bring for them, some are openly campaigning with them.

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