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Day By Day© by Chris Muir.

Friday, October 28, 2005

Real Religious Persecution

(via Dhimmi Watch)

Non-mainstream religions may talk about discrimination in the U.S., but at least they are not Coptic Christians in Egypt:
The Muslim Brotherhood has threatened to kill the Coptic Pope Shenouda III. A nun was stabbed by a Muslim who burst into a Coptic church shouting “Allah akbar.” Three people were killed as thousands of Muslim protestors rioted outside a Coptic church in Alexandria, Egypt. Relations between Muslims and Christians in Egypt have not been this tense in recent memory.

Why? because of a "DVD of a play that was performed at the church two years ago. The play, ‘I Was Blind But Now I Can See,’ tells the story of a young Christian who converts to Islam and becomes disillusioned.”

This isn't the only instance of Coptic persecution.