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Etched into Egypt’s history is its Coptic Christian community. In its pure form, the word ‘Copt’ or ‘Coptic’ is linguistically translated to Egypt or Egyptians.’ Though Christians coexist all around Egypt, some districts stand out as heartening models of Coptic identity to the world. “One does find large concentrations of Christians in certain Cairene districts, like Shubra, Faggala, and Daher – which date back to the end of the nineteenth century,”explains Sana Hassan in the book ‘Christians versus Muslims in…