When Middle Eastern Christians and Muslims meet to discuss religion
and the region’s future, it can sometimes seem like they are talking
about two different places and using divergent meanings for the same
The Christians, worried by the rise of Islamists since last year’s
Arab Spring democratic uprisings, usually speak of reforms they want to
see so they and other religious minorities can live as full and equal
citizens with the majority Muslims.
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