Monday, July 8, 2013

Morsi supporters attack Christian targets in Egypt after removal of President

Open your doors America, open your doors, Western civilization to all those non-Muslims oppressed by Islam. At the same time, the West must stop Muslim immigration until such time as Islam is reformed to the point it can live in peace with the rest of the world.  All the billions of dollars and almost limitless aid the West has thrown down the Islamic rat hole have gained us nothing but scorn and ridicule from the Muslim street.  We are seen as suckers and dhimmis by the very people we have squandered thousands of lives to aid and protect.  Enough is enough.  It's time to draw a line and tell the Ummah that we will not submit to Sharia and we will no longer support their barbaric regimes.  It's time to surround and contain Islam much as we contained the old Communist bloc.


By: Morning Star News

Monday, 8 July 2013, 10:49 (EST)

Morsi supporters attack Christian targets in Egypt after removal of President

In scattered locations across Egypt, mobs of hard-line Muslims enraged over the deposing of the country’s Islamist president this week attacked Christian homes, business and church buildings.

Angry over what they saw as a coup, the attacks came as part of massive, nationwide protests culminating in a declared “Friday of rage.”

Fewer than 12 hours after the Egyptian military announced that it had expelled Muslim Brotherhood-backed Mohamed Morsi and his cabinet members from office, reports of attacks against Christians by Morsi supporters began trickling in. The attacks picked up steam, and by Friday afternoon (July 5), the national police service notified church leaders to be on the lookout for license plate numbers of several cars that informants said terrorists had packed with explosives, a source who requested anonymity told Morning Star News. The source said police informed Christian leaders that the cars were headed toward churches in Cairo and the surrounding area looking for targets.

Christians across the country were uncertain about their future, wondering if the violence would be short-lived or whether the past week was the start of a civil war in which they would be targeted as Christians in Syria are.

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