Blood and death in Cairo streets as Christians are attacked by thugs, police


Blood and death in Cairo streets as Christians are attacked by thugs, police.

By Jeffrey Fleishman and Amro Hassan

At least 22 killed after rally by Copts protesting the burning of a church

 

JewishWorldReview.com |

 


mAIRO—

(MCT) At least 22 people were killed in clashes between military police and Coptic Christian protesters in the latest eruption of violence highlighting Egypt’s deepening sectarian divisions since President Hosni Mubarak was driven from power in February.

In the bloodiest unrest since last winter’s uprising, authorities said, three soldiers and 19 protesters were killed Sunday when Copts threw Molotov cocktails at riot police outside the state Radio and Television Building in downtown Cairo. The chaos was further inflamed when thugs in plainclothes attacked Copts, some carrying crucifixes, as they marched along the Nile at dusk.

The violence escalated quickly and jolted what had begun as a peaceful rally by Christians to protest the recent burning by Muslims of a church in southern Egypt. Copts began hurling bottles and rocks at security forces after military vehicles plowed through demonstrators as gunshots echoed overhead and crowds scattered.
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1 Response to Blood and death in Cairo streets as Christians are attacked by thugs, police

  1. Katie says:

    We should have expected this. There is an old Arab saying:

    First the Saturday people,
    Then the Sunday people.

    Egypt has gotten rid of its Saturday People. Now it is going for its Sunday People.

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