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Copts pay the price.

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Submitted by Larry B. (United States), Feb 2, 2011 at 15:48

Thanks Eric for a thoughtful article.

But, just a thought, maybe Egypt could trade the persecuted Copts for the so called palestinians. Israel would gain neighbors who could work with Israel co-operatively to the benefit of both ( Christian and Jews) while buffering thier borders with peace loving friends. And the palestinians, could lobby egypt for thier place in a muslim society. Fair trade.

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