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Coptic woman talks about her displaced families from Rafah

Nader Shoukry

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Tuesday ,04 November 2014

Coptic woman talks about her displaced families from Rafah

Fadia Abdel-Sayed, whose family was displaced from Rafah to Assiut, said that she lived with her family in Rafah for 23 years in peace. Yet, the terrorists threatened them and they had to leave their homes and city.Fadia Abdel-Sayed, whose family was displaced from Rafah to Assiut, said that she lived with her family in Rafah for 23 years in peace. Yet, the terrorists threatened them and they had to leave their homes and city.

She added that they suffered extremely because of such forced displacement as their children suffered in school and many Copts were kidnapped. Therefore, all Copts left Rafah and Sheikh Zuid fearing for their lives.

She added that they suffered from writing the religion on the national id card, and they dream it will be removed one day to enjoy equal citizenship with other Muslims.