The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt has been engaging in violent – not peaceful protests – for the past few weeks and more than 600 are now dead. The death toll will rise as Muslim Brotherhood operatives promise to destroy the interim government. WARNING – GRAPHIC
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In this issue: A report on the car bombings against Christians over two years in the Christian majority city of Jaramana, Syria / Several congressmen introduce resolution asking for protection of Egyptian Christians / Congressmen defend the right of legislators to pray at meetings / Florida public school textbooks trash Christianity and call Mohammed “God’s Messenger”
Minority Christians woke up in an Egypt on the verge of civil war with as many as 27 churches being attacked and at least two Coptic Christians killed among the at least 525 people who lost their lives in an army crackdown on protests and related clashes.
Islamic supporters of Egypt’s ousted president Mohamed Morsi launched on Wednesday arson attacks against churches, resulting in the destruction of at least three buildings. Muslim Brotherhood supporters wreaked havoc on Coptic Christian businesses and property throughout the country.
Senators John McCain (RINO-AZ) and Lindsey Graham (RINO-SC) recently made it clear that they are BFF’s (best friends forever) with the Muslim Brotherhood and enemies of political freedom in Egypt.
In their recent trip to Egypt, McCain and Graham angered millions of Egyptians who had fought to oust Muslim Brotherhood tyrant Mohamed Morsi from power.
The murder of innocent Coptic Christian civilians – including children — continues in Egypt since the overthrow of Muslim Brotherhood tyrant Mohamed Morsi. On Tuesday evening, a 10-year-old girl returning from a Bible study was gunned down by an Islamist. The brutality of the Muslim Brotherhood knows no bounds.
The Islamic terrorist organization’s incitements against the Copts are just the latest to emanate from Islamists—from the top of the Brotherhood leadership to the bottom of the “Muslim street”—creating something of an “open season” on Egypt’s Christians.
The resolution calls for the support of the fundamental rights of all Egyptian citizens, equal access to justice and due process of law. It also calls upon the new government to be transparent and accountable to the people of Egypt.
An example of Muslim Brotherhood violence – The story of Abadir Samir Makar, who was kidnapped and tortured by Islamic groups in Assiut (Upper Egypt) before he was released by police yesterday, suffered indescribable torture his uncle Akram Heshmat said
Christian in both Egypt and Syria are fleeing in growing numbers to the nations of Georgia and Armenia to escape being killed by Muslim terrorists.