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Old 08-16-2013, 08:07 PM
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Egypt's Christians face unprecedented attacks


More than 30 churches have been destroyed in the past week, activists say, as thugs launch a campaign of intimidation.
Hazel Haddon Last Modified: 16 Aug 2013 12:51

Cairo, Egypt - At Abu Seifein church in the wealthy Cairo district of Mohandeseen, there was little sign of any damage on Thursday, despite the rubble lying in the streets nearby. The church is a short walk away from Al-Gamat Al-Dowal Street, the site of heavy clashes the day before, but despite the violence, the church escaped unscathed.

Many churches in Egypt were not so lucky. Security forces moved to violently disperse two protest camps by supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi in Cairo on Wednesday morning, setting in motion a day of deadly violence that left at least 525 people dead in clashes across the country.

Amid the violence, alleged Morsi supporters carried out on dozens of attacks on churches and Christian-owned properties throughout the country.

Mina Thabet, an activist with Christian rights group the Maspero Youth Union, told Al Jazeera on Friday that at least 32 churches had been “completely destroyed, burned or looted” in eight different governorates over the previous two days. The group also recorded dozens of other attacks on Christian-owned shops, businesses and schools around the country.
Egypt's Christians face unprecedented attacks - Features - Al Jazeera English

this is absolutely sickening.
Egypt is rapidly devolving into a cesspool or violence and criminal activity.
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Egypt's Christians face unprecedented attacks


More than 30 churches have been destroyed in the past week, activists say, as thugs launch a campaign of intimidation.
Hazel Haddon Last Modified: 16 Aug 2013 12:51

Cairo, Egypt - At Abu Seifein church in the wealthy Cairo district of Mohandeseen, there was little sign of any damage on Thursday, despite the rubble lying in the streets nearby. The church is a short walk away from Al-Gamat Al-Dowal Street, the site of heavy clashes the day before, but despite the violence, the church escaped unscathed.

Many churches in Egypt were not so lucky. Security forces moved to violently disperse two protest camps by supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi in Cairo on Wednesday morning, setting in motion a day of deadly violence that left at least 525 people dead in clashes across the country.

Amid the violence, alleged Morsi supporters carried out on dozens of attacks on churches and Christian-owned properties throughout the country.

Mina Thabet, an activist with Christian rights group the Maspero Youth Union, told Al Jazeera on Friday that at least 32 churches had been “completely destroyed, burned or looted” in eight different governorates over the previous two days. The group also recorded dozens of other attacks on Christian-owned shops, businesses and schools around the country.
Egypt's Christians face unprecedented attacks - Features - Al Jazeera English

this is absolutely sickening.
Not surprised. Egyptians use upheaval as an excuse to go after Christians like blacks use the race card as an excuse to accuse whites of every stupid thing that goes wrong in their lives.
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