The Coptic Church in Egypt: A Comment on Protecting Religious Minorities from Nonstate Discrimination(*)

Brown H., Scott Kent
September 2000
Brigham Young University Education & Law Journal;2000, Vol. 2000 Issue 3, p1049
Academic Journal
Analyzes the issues raised by a panel of New York religious leaders on the Egyptian government's affirmative duty to protect their Coptic citizens from discrimination by non-state actors. Historical background of Coptic citizens; Extent of Egypt's duty to the Coptic citizens; Conclusion.


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