Two Egyptian Coptic teenagers have been reported missing in the Minya region in Egypt, where attacks on Copts are frequent. In two separate incidents, the girls (18 and 15) were reported missing by their families after leaving the house.
Mariane, who’s 18, was reported missing for 19 days by her father. The police is trying to help find her. She was last seen in a taxi with the driver Mohammed Fathy, who said that the girl asked to dropped at the train station then decided to take a car to Cairo since the trains weren’t running. Nadia, 15, was reported missing by her brother after leaving home at her own accord.
Summarized by Coptic Solidarity; published by Free Christian Voice, Sept 22
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