Many Egyptian Christians see the military's intervention as salvation. Is this wise? Do they have a choice?
Is Egypt's president fighting for democracy against a military regime? Or is he trying to institute an Islamist takeover?
Will Christians vote for the old regime?
In a runoff election for president, Christians are stuck between the rock of Mubarak's prime minister and the hard place of the Muslim Brotherhood.
An irony of Christian life amid the Arab Spring is that Christians have
frequently been protected by the authoritarian regimes that are under
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