HARDtalk on the Road in Egypt Part 3 - Coptic Christians
HARDtalk is on the road in Egypt as the country prepares for its first post-revolution elections.
Anger and frustration has again turned violent in Tahrir Square, and across Egypt scores have been killed and possibly thousands injured. Last month, more than two dozen protestors, almost all Coptic Christians, were killed by security forces while protesting outside the state television building. It's been called a massacre and has raised a very disturbing question: has Egypt's revolution exposed dangerous sectarian tensions?
In the third part of this three-part series, Stephen Sackur examines the issue of religion in Egypt.