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A tribute to the Coptic Christians in Egypt God is Great

 

Herland Report: In a time when minorities in the Middle East, such as the Coptic Christians of Egypt, are experiencing an unprecedented degree of persecution from Islamists in the region, songs like these remind us of the multicultural fabric of nations such as Egypt.

It is an ethnic mosaic which is a beautiful testament to the diversity and plurality of the Middle East.

Arabic Christian Song, Cave Church, Egypt.

“Sha’abak ye’lin beek emano, yetmassik b- wo’odak.
(Your people declare their faith, holding onto your promises)
Enta ra’ina w kol ma leena, wbtgh-morna b-goodak.
(You are our shepherd and precious, covering us in your grace)
+Immano’el, Immano’el, Allah m’ana.
+(Immanueul, Immanuel, God with us)

 

Video Courtesy & all credits: Better Life Team.

 

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