The Coptic Christian community in Egypt is the largest Christian community in the Middle East, representing more than half the Christians in the region.
And much like their counterparts in other Middle Eastern countries, they live embattled lives. The problem has been acute since the New Year's Day bombing of the Two Saints Church in Alexandria in 2011 and was further inflamed by the fires of the so-called "Arab Spring" and Muslim Brotherhood rule in Egypt.
As the Copts faced terror, violence, and discrimination, they also faced the callous indifference of the Obama administration.
In fact, more Coptic Christians have been murdered in the past two months than the Obama administration admitted as refugees during the entirety of Obama's presidency.