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I suggested to President Sisi to dispatch Azhar Sheikh and Coptic Pope to America
By Dr Walid Phares
Apr 11, 2017 - 4:40:31 PM

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During the meeting with President Sisi in Washington Dr Walid Phares suggested to ask Sheikh Azhar or moderate top clerics as well as the Coptic Pope to visit the United States and engage with Congress and civil society groups to find the best ways to detect the extremists and encourage the moderates. Both spiritual leaders would meet with US lawmakers and religious leaders in the US

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