Human rights organizations have been silent about attacks on churches after breakup of Muslim Brotherhood sit-ins
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Cairo, August 15 /MCN/
The silence of human right organizations in the face of attacks against churches, created much resentment after the breakup of Muslim Brotherhood sit-ins in Rabaa and Nahda squares. Human Rights organizations did not follow up with the victims of the attacks, and the forms of compensation offered by the state as a result of these crimes.
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