| ||Authorities in Cairo have ordered the arrest of seven US-based Egyptian Coptic Christians for their alleged involvement in an anti-Islam video. The crude production posted on YouTube has sparked violent protests and riots across the Muslim world for its depiction of the Prophet Muhammad. It is unclear who made the film, but it has been linked to an Egyptian Coptic Christian living in the United States. An arrest warrant has also been issued for US Christian pastor Terry Jones.
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