Christians Weigh Presidential Options as Egyptians Head to the Polls

from the Christian Post, May 23, 2012, written by Luiza Oleszczuk

As Egypt's first democratic presidential elections get underway Wednesday, the choices have narrowed down to two groups of candidates: Islamists and politicians once linked to former President Hosni Mubarak. Historically, neither of these groups have meant good news for the Christian community, but there are two secular candidates, Amr Moussa and Ahmed Shafiq, who experts agree would be better for religious minorities in Egypt.

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