Jackline Nessim and Wael Sedrak, like many of Egypt’s Christians,
long for a present that is unlikely to arrive before Coptic Christmas on
Jan. 7. In fact, it may be a very long time in coming.
an end to the Muslim Brotherhood,” said Mr. Sedrak, 34, an interior
decorator, referring to the Islamist group that controls Egypt’s
presidency, dominates its legislature and wrote the newly approved
constitution. “Every day they get more and more fanatic and make our
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