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    Christians in Egypt under fire (literally).


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    Re: Christians in Egypt under fire (literally).

    Really? Are you REALLY surprised?
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    Re: Christians in Egypt under fire (literally).

    I posted the link to the site but it went to moderation. So I reposted it without the link. But look it up on Al Arabiya. Unless you can understand arabic, make sure you click on the english link above

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    Re: Christians in Egypt under fire (literally).

    I have heard this last week as well. The weird thing about it though was that it was on an Arab news site Al Arabiya. I get most of my news of the Middle East region from here and Al Jazeera. But yeah you won't find this on the regular news sites. It's like they are trying to cover it up and portray muslims in a good light. What's weird is that alot of people are starting to call MSNBC and CNN on issues like this. Because it is obvious that they are trying to cover it up or minimize it. They would rather talk about Jodi Arias or the basketball player that came out.

    http://english.alarabiya.net/en/News...arks-fury.html

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    Re: Christians in Egypt under fire (literally).

    I have heard this last week as well. The weird thing about it though was that it was on an Arab news site Al Arabiya. I get most of my news of the Middle East region from here and Al Jazeera. But yeah you won't find this on the regular news sites. It's like they are trying to cover it up and portray muslims in a good light. What's weird is that alot of people are starting to call MSNBC and CNN on issues like this. Because it is obvious that they are trying to cover it up or minimize it. They would rather talk about Jodi Arias or the basketball player that came out.

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    Re: Christians in Egypt under fire (literally).

    Nope can't be possible. Only Christians persecute people.

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    Re: Christians in Egypt under fire (literally).

    Hmm who are Christians persecuting now?

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    Re: Christians in Egypt under fire (literally).

    Quote Originally Posted by JD2780 View Post
    Nope can't be possible. Only Christians persecute people.
    All religions engage in persecution... its simply a matter of how much firepower is available.

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    Re: Christians in Egypt under fire (literally).

    Quote Originally Posted by JD2780 View Post
    Hmm who are Christians persecuting now?
    We seem to be persecuting quite a few countries at the moment.

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    Re: Christians in Egypt under fire (literally).

    Quote Originally Posted by drc100882 View Post
    Really? Are you REALLY surprised?
    With how "ANTI peace" that religion seems (Islam that is) no..

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