Friday, October 21, 2005

15000 Muslims Surround a Coptic Church in Alexandria

Thousands of angry Muslims are currently surrounding St George Coptic Orthodox Church in Muharam Bek, Alexandria, Egypt.

Muslims are protesting what they considered an "offensive" play that took place 2 years ago !!! Church officials denied these allegations and adhered to their position of refusing to provide an apology, as the Muslim radicals demanded.

Muslim mob burned two police vehicles and a fire truck in addition to injuring many police officers by hurling rocks at them in an attempt to raid the church and burn it.

What is happening in Egypt is a form of intellectual terrorism against Copts that radical Muslims are imposing on everyone that dares to criticize their agenda of having Islam dominate the world.

"Feeling their psychological defeat against Israel, the majority of Muslims in the region are trying to let their frustration out on the Christian minority" said a Coptic activist who wished to remain anonymous.

Copts form about 15% of the Egyptian Population as the church estimates place their number a little over 10 Millions inside Egypt.


At 12:16 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for keeping us informed. We need to spread this important news far and wide.

God bless you

At 12:50 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

God only have mercy on us Copts, we are fighting terrorism equipped only with His Mercy

At 12:57 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why do Muslims get angry and cry when others criticize terrorism? how come no one else gets angry at them when the Quran calls the Jews as the offspring apes and pigs or when Muhammad cursed Christians? Muslims, please grwo up and let Allah defend himself, but if he can't then he is not worthy of worship

At 4:08 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Plenty of people are getting angry at islamic violence and manipulation. I just pray that Christians around the world will start to speak out against this. One wonders what the pope is doing. Keep posting, keep spreading the word. God Bless you and keep you all.

At 10:08 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Perhaps the common enemy seen in the evil of Islam will unite Christians together to a greater degree? God can bring good out of evil.


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