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Confounded by the weak

by Jenny Taylor and David Wilkins - 21st December 2011

Can one sick priest still make a difference to the on-going hell that is Iraq?  Yes, if the international community wake up to what he’s driving at.

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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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Egypt’s elections: ‘The revolution is rebuilding Mubarak’

by Jenny Taylor - 6th December 2011

The priest who was protected by Muslims during October’s violent protests discusses his misgivings.

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