Egypt: Coptic Christians Attacked During March

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    The Coptic Christians are the oldest monotheistic religion in Egypt's 5000 year history [Coptic = Egypt] until the wretched muslimes took over and destroyed Egypt like they have destroyed every islime shithole
     
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    The attacks on Christians have become more and more frequent since Mubarak left office, the Egyptian people have spoken, they don't want the Christians there anymore.
     
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    Muslimes are just doing what they're told...

    Sahih Muslim Hadeeth: It has been narrated by 'Umar b. al-Khattib that he heard the Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) say: I will expel the Jews and Christians from the Arabian Peninsula and will not leave any but Muslim
     
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    Well we are headed that way, Christians are being chased out of Egypt, Iraq and Pakistan in huge numbers, there will be hardly any Christians there in a few years.
     
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    Lebanon used to be 80/20 Christian muslime. Today, it's 20/80.
     
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    Egyptian military cracks down on protesters...
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    Egypt's military clashes with protesters
    16 Dec.`11 – Soldiers stormed an anti-military protest camp outside Egypt's Cabinet building Friday, beating women with sticks and hurling chunks of concrete and glass onto protesters from the roof of the parliament in a resurgence of turmoil only a day after millions voted in parliamentary elections.
     
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    Iraq's 'Tremendous Diminution Of The Christian Population'...
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    Legacy of US Iraq’s Invasion : Near extinction of Christian population?
    14 February 2012 - With the withdrawal of the US led forces from Iraq, Operation Iraqi freedom turns into Operation Iraqi Christians decimation.
     
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    Islamists have majority on Constitutional panel...
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    Egypt's Islamists tighten their grip on power
    25 Mar.`12 (AP) — Egypt's newly empowered Islamists have tightened their grip, giving themselves a majority on a 100-member panel tasked with drafting a constitution that will define the shape of the government in the post-Hosni Mubarak era.
     

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