As the Muslim Brotherhood sits at the table of “democracy” in Egypt, Christian monasteries are under assault by the Egyptian military. Does anyone know where President Obama stands on Christian slaughter?
From the Coptic Martyrs comes video and a report on what is happening to the Christians of Egypt:
+ After 25 January Egyptian Revolution Egyptian army hit young Copts by Sonki’s guns & stab wounds in their body in St.Bishoy Coptic Orthodox monastery 23-2-2011
22-23 Jan 2011.
Islamic Egyptian army attack on three Coptic Orthodox monasteries in Egypt
the Monastery of St. Bishoy-Wadi El-Natron,
monastery of St. Macarios of Alexandria – Wadi El-Rayan – Fayoum.
Monastery of Saint Paul – Red Sea – the demolition of the walls and the arrest of monks and tortured!!!
Killed a Coptic Orthodox Priest Rev.Dawood Botros by 22 with a knife stabbed in Assiut, Christian Wife abduction from her home in Assiut, burn a Coptic church in Rafah – Sinai, try demolition of a Coptic church in Tahta and brought to the b…ell down from the tower of the church.
These are the achievements of the revolution, January 25 Egyptian
This is the real ugly face of Islam….
The White House has been silent on the Christians of Egypt while inviting the Muslim Brotherhood to the table in the establishment of Egypt’s new government. Movement and ‘mainstream media‘ alike are now silent as Egypt’s military launches RPGs against monks in St. Bishoy monastery. Asian media is bringing in sporadic reports about protests in the face of these attacks.
About 7,000 Copts staged a peaceful rally in front of the Coptic Cathedral in Cairo. From there, they marched towards Tahrir Square to protest against attacks by the military on Coptic monasteries.
Apparently for the President and America’s ‘mainstream media‘, the ‘important stuff’ is over in Tahrir Square. I hear the cries of these 7000 Copts protesting military attacks on monasteries in Tahrir Square and I ask my President, do they have a seat at the table? Or are they to be slaughtered like just so much meat that is ‘in the way’ of ‘democracy’?
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