Egypt Christian teacher’s detention extended

Times of Israel:

Dimiana Abdel-Nour accused of blasphemy and proselytizing Christianity

>By May 12, 2013, 3:34 amThe domes of the Coptic Saint Mark's Church in Cairo, Egypt (photo credit: CC BY Bakar_88, Flickr)
The domes of the Coptic Saint Mark’s Church in Cairo, Egypt (photo credit: CC BY Bakar_88, Flickr)

LUXOR, Egypt (AP) — Egyptian prosecutors extended the detention Saturday of a Coptic Christian teacher held over accusations of blasphemy of Islam and proselytizing Christianity, security officials said.

In another southern Egyptian city, security officials said a Coptic man stabbed his wife for converting to Islam and for trying to see their son afterward.

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