b_179_129_16777215_00_images_EGY130705aa003.jpegCAIRO — In Egypt, there is seemingly no place where atheists or those thought to be non-believers are safe.

They've been targeted at cafes, harassed on the streets and fired as part of a broader backlash by society and the state against atheism and blasphemy.

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