Tuesday, October 25, 2005

A "Symbolic" Coptic demonstration in New York

A group of Copts will demonstrate in front of the Egyptian Consulate in New York on Wednesday, October 26th to protest the escalating events against Coptic Christians in Egypt.

The demonstration will take place from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM in front of the Consulate located at 1110 Second Avenue, New York, NY 10022 (Second avenue & 59 Street)
Tel: (212)759-7122 / (212)759-7121 / (212)759-7120

According to organizers, Copts will also ask for an apology for the Islamic invasion and occupation of their land on the seventh century, and for the massacres that followed against their ancestors; specially those in the delta region in Egypt where Muslim occupiers massacred thousands of Coptic men and enslaved women and children who were later on sent to Baghdad, the then center of Islamic Caliphate . Muslims also owe Christians and Jews an apology for the curses included in the Quran and Hadiths of Muhammad in addition to insults on daily basis in Egypt through mosques loud speakers and in the national press and TV stations.


At 10:23 AM , Anonymous Katy said...

WE are the Copts of Egypt needs a Reall Help, we are dieing here, all who loves huminity and beleives in Jesus christ and his love has to do something for your brothers and sisters here in Egypt,
i really want to save my self as a girl from getting Raped on a hand of one of those pasterds ..

At 1:05 AM , Anonymous PC said...

Greatings to our Coptic brothers and sisters from an Australian Catholic.

What can one say about the mentality of the followers of the death cult ! I just thank God there are still Christians in Egypt.

What is the percentage, 6, 10 or more ?

If you have muslim friends, direct them to www.faithfreedon.org

At 4:42 AM , Anonymous Free Copt Jr. said...

hello PC
Copts are about 12 to 15 millions out of 70 millions. this is around 17% to 20%.
pray for Egypt.

At 10:18 PM , Anonymous PC said...

What happened at the demo in NYC ?
Any media coverage ?

I used to work with a beautiful Coptic girl (inside and out). Came to Australia in 2000.

I asked her 'Do you believe Islam is a religion of peace'. Her reply 'No'.

At 8:06 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

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