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    Egypt's Atheists Struggle to be Heard, Not Jailedi
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    December 05, 2013 5:23 AM
    In Egypt, key points of difference often revolve around religion. These central questions often leave little room for those who have no religious beliefs. VOA's Elizabeth Arrott has more from Cairo.

    Egypt's Atheists Struggle to be Heard, Not Jailed

    Published December 05, 2013

    In Egypt, key points of difference often revolve around religion. These central questions often leave little room for those who have no religious beliefs. VOA's Elizabeth Arrott has more from Cairo.


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