Voice of the Martyrs (an Evangelical Group) corroborates this. I have read reports of girls being taken from homes and forced into marriage to muslim men. There are also occassional killings by radical islamic fundamentalists. The Egyptian Church still suffers heavy persecution. Often, it is hard for Christians to find jobs. Despite all of that, by the Grace of God, the Holy Coptic Orthodox Church survives and is strong. Monasticism is in a renaissance (so to speak) after the efforts of blessed H.H. Pope St. Kyrillos and is continuing under H.H. Pope Shenouda III. If you want to read about this, I recommend visiting Voice of the Martyrs. Others here may be able to direct you to other sites which could help with your question. Like I said, the situation, while better than in previous centuries, is still not good. It is still very dangerous to be a Christian in Egypt. Heck, it is dangerous to be one here. Look at what happened to the Arminious family. It is awful.