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Sisi loses support of Egyptian Copts

1.10.15

Sisi loses support of Egyptian Copts: [middleeastmonitor.com] “Only five per cent of the numbers gathered last year welcomed him,” Khalil wrote, “and all of them came from Egypt or were from the Copts who have been linked to the regime since Mubarak’s era.”

He added: “We sent 35 buses of supporters last year to welcome him in order to reinforce his international legitimacy against the Muslim Brotherhood, but there are a lot of things that were changed this year.”

Khalil, who is based in Washington, said: “These measures were taken hoping to make Al-Sisi understand that the mode of the solid bloc which supported his legitimacy –the Copts – has changed. If he does not recognise this, the Copts will turn from silence to candid opposition.”


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