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Over 20 Die In Bomb Attack On Church In Egypt

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  1. Njowepo

    Njowepo JF-Expert Member

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    Over 20 Die In Bomb Attack On Church In Egypt
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    Worshippers were leaving in the church in Alexandria after a New Year's service when the blast happened.
    Another eight people were injured.
    Christians took to the streets in protest at the attack and there were skirmishes with Muslims, according to reports.
    No one has claimed responsibility for the attack.
    But the Government had stepped up security around churches, restricting cars from parking directly outside them, after an al Qaeda-linked group issued a threat against the church in Egypt in November.
    The Islamic State of Iraq, which claimed an attack on a church in Baghdad in November, threatened the Egyptian church over its treatment of women the group said the church was holding after they had converted to Islam.
    Christians in Muslim-majority Egypt make up about 10% of the nation's 79 million people.
    Rights groups say the number of violent sectarian incidents have been rising in Egypt.
    Hundreds of Christians clashed with riot police in November, as well as some Muslims who joined in, during a protest over a decision to halt construction of a church.
     
  2. Rutashubanyuma

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    When abroad where they happen to be the minority .........the same hotheads demand fair and equal treatment to all................how doublespeak...................
     
  3. The Dreamer

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    people, we need a new definition for the word "peace". This is because those who say their religion is for peace seem to behave quite differently!
     
  4. YeshuaHaMelech

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    Peace = Killing for Cause of allah!
     
  5. MaxShimba

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    These muham-madic barbarians can only be stopped until and when their 'leaders' are far-flunged from mankind. Muslims represent all that is bad in the world.
     
  6. M

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    YeshuaHamelech, this is your answer!.
    Muslims are required to protect all other people.Killing even one innocent person is like killing the whole of mankind. God hates those who does mischeafs in the land. But you are not alone in that propoganda. May be you should read your bible again. Anyway hope you will trust if the answer is given by your fellow Mr. Philips!


    One of the widest perceptions in the Western world, especially after the attacks of September 11, is that Islam's holy book, the Quran, promotes conflict, violence and bloodshed.
    Muslims argue that many of the verses of the Quran – such as the one asking the Prophet Muhammad and his followers to "slay them [unbelievers] wherever ye find them, and drive them out of the places whence they drove you out" – are taken out of context.
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    Muslim scholars say that the scriptures have been intentionally misused by Muslims and non-Muslims alike to advance political agendas.
    Critics say that the texts promote extremism, and that Islam has left a trail of blood across world history.

    Recently, Philip Jenkins, one of the world's leading religion scholars, conducted a study comparing the texts of the Quran and the Bible, and found that "the Bible contains far more verses praising or urging bloodshed than does the Quran."

    Riz speaks with Philip Jenkins and Shaker Elsayed, the imam of Dar al-Hijrah Islamic Centre in the US and former secretary general of the Muslim American Society.
    This episode of Riz Khan aired from Wednesday, December 29, 2010.
     
  7. YeshuaHaMelech

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    What on earth are you saying? Have you really read the Koran?If you have read, then you will know you either "submit" to allah or have that "peace" on your neck
     
  8. Ally Kombo

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    '' Wamemuua Saddam Hussein mbele ya Dunia, wamemuua binamu yake mbele ya Dunia, wamemtia hatiani kwa hukumu ya kifo, TAREQ AZIZ (Muarabu Mkristo) yeye wameamua hawezi kunyongwa! kwa kuwa yeye ni muungwana kuliko wenziwe (maana kuna watu wa kuwadhalilisha), na ! ............ hapo ndipo fitna ilipo, na hakika mtalipa gharama kubwa sana kwa uonevu wa viongozi wenu!"
     
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    Kipindi cha Riz Khan nilikiona! .............. Professa Mkristo akikiri baibo ndio inaamrisha mapigano kuliko kitabu chochote cha dini! ........... mind that amefanya research, pengine pitia kitabu cha Nabii Joshua uone jinsi anavyo mwanga "Rules of Engagement" yeye alikua anasema kiuliwe chochote chenye uhai, na nyumba zichomwe moto! .............. ukielewa maana ya "rules of Engagement'' na jinsi zinavyo fanya kazi haya mambo yasinge wasumbua !
     
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