Skip to comments.Egyptian Christians at a ‘Breaking Point’ After Summer of Attacks
Posted on 09/12/2016 7:58:31 PM PDT by Tolerance Sucks Rocks
In a lengthy and disturbing piece on Egypts Coptic Christians this week, Rod Nordland of the New York Times described them as a community at the breaking point, to borrow the words of Bishop Makarios of Minya.
This is not what a casual consumer of Egyptian news would expect, and it is not what the Copts expected, either. Nordland writes of high hopes for protection after the Muslim Brotherhood government of Mohammed Morsi was topped by the current Egyptian president, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, who is often given solid marks by foreign observers for his stance against Islamist oppression.
Egypts Christians are disappointed with the return for their support of Sisi, who was the first Egyptian leader to attend a Coptic Christmas service in 2015. Nordland writes of violence and humiliation in the city of Minya:
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With all the aid we give to Egypt, we ought to be able to require Egypt respect basic human rights.
(Or else, no aid.)
How many moslems has obama brought into the country in the past twelve months?
But no room for persecuted Christians....
Islam is a war plan.
Obama will not intervene in behalf of Christians. I see no evidence that he would be anything but happy with their destruction.
please pray for persecuted Christians.
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