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Human Rights Watch urged Egypt on Monday to annul the jail sentences handed to four Coptic Christian teenagers for contempt of Islam after they were seen in a video mocking Muslim prayers.In February, a court in the central province of Minya sentenced three teenagers to five years and a fourth to a juvenile detention center for an indefinite period.The video was filmed on a mobile phone in early 2015 when the three teenagers who were sentenced to five years were aged between 15 and 17 .In the video, one teenager can be seen kneeling on the ground and reciting Muslim prayers while others stand behind him, laughing.
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