The Washington, D.C., area’s large Egyptian Christian community experiences gloom and rising panic in the wake of elections in Egypt that propelled a member of the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood to the presidency.
June 29, 2012 Daniel Habashi tosses a football at the summer day-camp hosted by St. Mark Coptic Christian Church in Fairfax. The Muslim Brotherhood's increased hold on Egyptian government has given local Egyptian American Christians reason to attend church. They fear friends and family abroad will be persecuted as the minority religion. Daniel C. Britt/The Washington Post Buy Photo