By Katherine Weber, ChristianPost.com
With the newly-formed Muslim Brotherhood Freedom and Justice political party advocating confidence in today's parliamentary elections in Egypt, many are questioning the fate of the country's Coptic Christians. . . .
Jordan Sekulow, Director of Policy and International Operations at the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), contends that the problem with today's parliamentary elections "is not Muslims being elected, it depends on which Muslims."
"It's all pointing to Islamist political parties, [this is] not going to be good for human rights," Sekulow told The Christian Post Monday.
Sekulow identifies the Muslim Brotherhood as the most organized political party in today's election. The Muslim Brotherhood is Egypt's largest political party. . . .
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