Egypt's atheists struggle to be heard
A leading Egyptian cleric says Islamic extremism is motivating some people in the country to reject religion entirely.
Atheism is widely considered a taboo topic in Egypt and non-believers say that they often feel the need to keep their discussions private.
In the coastal city of Alexandria, the BBC spoke to a group of atheists about the difficulties they face living in a conservative society.
Hadya Alalawi reports.
Video produced by BBC Arabic's Ali Gamal.
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