söndag, juli 07, 2013

Islamistiska terrorn mot kopterna ökar

Efter maktskiftet i Egypten tilltar nu
den islamistiska terrorn mot kopterna.
Den koptiska påven Tawadros
uppträdde i onsdags i TV till stöd
för arméns maktskifte, vilket väckte
extremisternas raseri. Alla kristna är
nu fritt villebråd för islamisterna.

TV-tal till jihad mot påven och
anti-islamistiska sunnimuslimer, som
Al-Azhars rektor Al-Tayyib, som aktivt
motsätter sig landets islamisering.
AINA rapporterar ikväll:
"This morning masked men gunned down
Father Mina Cheroubim, pastor of the
Coptic Orthodox church, as he left his church
building in el-Arish North Sinai, 344 kilometers
northeast of Cairo.
Yesterday Muslims attacked Coptic inhabitants
in the village of Nag Hassan, Dabayaa, in Luxor
This attack was prompted by news that
allegedly four Copts killed 45-year-old
Muslim H. Hefny, whose body was found near
the river. The attack killed four and wounded
three. 16 homes and shops were torched,
including the home of a Coptic family who are
accused of being involved in the killing of the
Muslim man. Police and ambulances were sent
to the village as hundreds of scared Coptic
inhabitants left the village. One of the villagers
said that the dead Muslim was not killed by
Copts but by Muslims in order to cause sedition
and force Christians to leave the village.
Muslims have continued terrorizing Christians.
On July 3rd, in the village of Delga in Deir Mawas,
Minya Province, which has a population over
65,000, the services building of the Coptic
Catholic Church of St. Georges was looted and
torched, and the El-Saleh Church in Delga was
heavily fired at. The villagers had their homes and
businesses looted and torched. Most of the Copts,
the majority in Delga, left their homes in fear.
Two Christians were wounded from the fires.
Rev. Ayub Saleh, pastor of Delga Catholic Church,
who was smuggled out across rooftops by the
neighbors, said that supporters of former
President Morsy are engaged in continuous
and unprecedented harassment of Copts.
He said that a number of those people broke
into the homes of Christians at gunpoint,
terrorizing women, children and seizing
gold jewelry and furniture.
He contacted security forces, pleading for help.
Witnesses said security arrived
next morning.
"Every Coptic home they loot, they torch
afterwards -- Muslim homes are spared,"
said a village Copt to activist Mariam Ragy in an
aired interview. "Most Copts are outside of the village,
not knowing whether their homes are still there or
looted and torched." He said that Muslims walk
normally in the streets, they just go to Christian
homes and take what they want."
He said the situation and persecution of the Copts
is still the same, before and after the 30th June
Revolution, as it is now dubbed."