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Egyptian Copt Elham Ayyub (L), a 44-year-old survivor of the New Year's Day church bombing in Alexandria, talks to wellwishers outside her house in Egypt's Mediterranean port city on January 3, 2011, three days after the bombing in which 21 people were killed, targeting Egypt's Christian communicty, the biggest in the Middle East. MOHAMMED ABED/AFP/Getty Images

Egyptian Copt Elham Ayyub (L), a 44-year-old survivor of the New Year’s Day church bombing in Alexandria, talks to wellwishers outside her house in Egypt’s Mediterranean port city on January 3, 2011, three days after the bombing in which 21 people were killed, targeting Egypt’s Christian communicty, the biggest in the Middle East. MOHAMMED ABED/AFP/Getty Images

Egyptian Copt Elham Ayyub (L), a 44-year-old survivor of the New Year’s Day church bombing in Alexandria, talks to wellwishers outside her house in Egypt’s Mediterranean port city on January 3, 2011, three days after the bombing in which 21 people were killed, targeting Egypt’s Christian communicty, the biggest in the Middle East. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMED ABED (Photo credit should read MOHAMMED ABED/AFP/Getty Images)

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