An Egyptian court has fined Dimiana Abdel-Nour 100,000 pounds (about $14,000) for blasphemy. Three of Abdel-Nour's fourth-grade students said she feigned nausea when talking about Mohammad, the founder of Islam, and said the late Coptic Pope Shenouda performed more miracles than Mohammad.
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