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Swede Deported for Moslem Missionizing

Published måndag 28 november 2005 kl 11.52

It’s been reported that two women students, one a Swede, the other South Korean, have been deported from Egypt for trying to convert Moslems to Christianity.

According to press reports, the trouble began when the Swede borrowed the Bible from her Korean roommate and took it to a meeting with an Egyptian Moslem in Cairo.

There is no specific law in Egypt against proselytizing, but emergency laws since the 1981 assassination of President Anwar Sadat allow authorities to detain and deport people suspected of being missionaries as a threat to national security.

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