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After terrorists attacked a Coptic Christian church in Alexandria, Egypt, at the beginning of January, there is a great deal of fear and uncertainty in that community. These troubles have also been reflected in Coptic communities in Germany. What do the some 6000 Copts who live in Germany think of Egypt after the ouster of the Mubarak regime? Are they confident in the country's new leaders or do they fear them? We visit one of Germany's largest Coptic communities, in Höxter, where victims of the attack in Alexandria are being cared for. Report by: Florian Nusch