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A tapestry at the front of a Coptic Church reads, "who accepts to not cast out" (John 6:37) referring to Jesus accepting all who come unto him.

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A young boy sits quietly in the Zeitoun Virgin Mary Coptic Orthodox Church in Cairo, Egypt.

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A shrine of Pope Shenouda III, the former Pope of the Coptic Church, rests at the entrance of the Zeitoun Virgin Mary Coptic Orthodox Church in Cairo.

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Manshiyat Naser, an entirely Coptic Christian neighborhood, is home to the Zabbaleen, or "garage people" who collect and recycle trash from around the city of Cairo as a means of living.  

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Two children wait on the street while their mothers work to sort through a garbage pile.

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Manshiyat Naser, an all christian neighborhood, is a "slum city" where window displays can seem quite out of place. 

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A street view from a coffee shop in Manshiyat Naser, an all Coptic Christian neighborhood.

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A large crowd gathers for the Thursday night worship service at Saint Sama'ans Church in the neighborhood of Manshiyat Naser in East Cairo. 

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Men pray at Saint Sama'ans Church in Manshiyat Naser.

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The cave cathedral of Saint Sama'ans Church in Cairo is the largest church in the Middle East with seating for 15,000 people.

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A tapestry at the front of a Coptic Church reads, "who accepts to not cast out" (John 6:37) referring to Jesus accepting all who come unto him.

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A young boy sits quietly in the Zeitoun Virgin Mary Coptic Orthodox Church in Cairo, Egypt.

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A shrine of Pope Shenouda III, the former Pope of the Coptic Church, rests at the entrance of the Zeitoun Virgin Mary Coptic Orthodox Church in Cairo.

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Manshiyat Naser, an entirely Coptic Christian neighborhood, is home to the Zabbaleen, or "garage people" who collect and recycle trash from around the city of Cairo as a means of living.  

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Two children wait on the street while their mothers work to sort through a garbage pile.

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Manshiyat Naser, an all christian neighborhood, is a "slum city" where window displays can seem quite out of place. 

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A street view from a coffee shop in Manshiyat Naser, an all Coptic Christian neighborhood.

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A large crowd gathers for the Thursday night worship service at Saint Sama'ans Church in the neighborhood of Manshiyat Naser in East Cairo. 

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Men pray at Saint Sama'ans Church in Manshiyat Naser.

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The cave cathedral of Saint Sama'ans Church in Cairo is the largest church in the Middle East with seating for 15,000 people.

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