The ‘Maverick’ Egyptian-American Copt behind the Anti-Muslim Film

Religion News Service’s Daniel Burke profiles the Egyptian-American behind the dissemination of the anti-Muslim film that sparked anti-American protests in Libya, Egypt, and Yemen. Morris Sadek, “an obscure Egyptian-born Coptic Christian who lives near Washington,” writes Burke, is “the man who translated the film into Arabic, sent it to Egyptian journalists, promoted it on his website and posted it on social media.”

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