Egypt: Muslims Attack Christians Then Use "Reconciliation" Meetings To Extort Property

"Reconciliation meetings" are held throughout Egypt after incidents of "sectarian" violence in order to restore calm. Increasingly used during the administration of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, the meetings are loosely based on traditional Arabic tribal councils. Supporters of the reconciliation process, mainly government and Islamic leaders, say the meetings offer a way to defuse tensions. Those who oppose the process, including numerous human rights groups and Coptic rights activists, say the meetings are just a way to pressure powerless groups and people into giving away what little rights they have."


Gotta love that Arab Spring.

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