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#Boutros Ghaly

“My family and I stopped going to church because they would frequently get attacked, and the one we would normally go to was just recently threatened,” Kenzy Helmy* tells Egyptian Streets. Helmy, a 20-year-old university student in the UK, opened up to Egyptian Streets about the public discrimination Christians in Egypt face on a regular basis. It is a feeling shared by many, that prejudicial actions are somehow protected in Egyptian society. Regardless of the laws implemented, Christians still feel…