WASHINGTON — Hundreds of Egyptian Christians and Muslims gathered in the nationʼs capital on Aug. 22 to protest the acts of violence perpetrated by the Muslim Brotherhood and its supporters against minorities — particularly Coptic Christians — in Egypt.
“You can burn down our churches, but you can never touch our faith,” one protester said at the march.
“Burning 100 churches is terrorism, not Morsi legitimacy,” said another.
Violence erupted in Egypt after the interim government’s security forces broke up camps of protesters allied with the Muslim Brotherhood on Aug. 14. The protesters had been demanding that former President Mohammed Morsi, a leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, be...READ MORE