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VIDEO: Ashraf Ramelah, President of Voice of the Copts, Speaks At AFDI 9/11 Press Conference

Ashraf Ramelah speaks to the persecution of the Christians in Egypt and Syria, and Obama's alliance with the Muslim Brotherhood.

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  • Perfected democrat

    The closest thing there is to real hope today…

  • InfidelForLife

    A courageous man. He’s not afraid to be called a “hater” for telling the truth. If only we had leaders with 10% of the courage of these people… he’s right – Zero must be impeached!

  • ThisObamaNation

    Walid Shoebat claims Obama is aiding and abetting the Anti-Christ.

  • Larry S.

    My bad that I do not recall hearing of Mr. Ashraf Ramelah. He spoke with a quiet but poignant dignity, one marked by a recognition of centuries of injustice imposed on Copts. It must be quite painful for him to see his adopted nation cringe before the oppressors of his people.
    I’ve long thought that Copts- indeed all Christian groups in the Muslim world- deserved a considerable respect for staying true to their faith in the face of centuries of oppression for simply being Christian. Mr. Ramelah has an important message for Americans and Egyptians alike.

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