Largely ignored by mainstream media and western politicians is the relentless persecution and slaughter of Christians in the Middle East.
There won’t be any reprisals, no cruise missiles, no outrage in the UN.
This carnage, brought to us by the religion of peace, will continue so long as the root cause is ignored. While the West continues to deny the truth about Islam and the directives within the Koran demanding bloody Jihad, there is no hope of stopping this. The doctrine of Islam is fundamentally violent — period. We can expect no reform as the core text requires the kuffar to submit or be slain.
And the Pope will continue to exhort us that Islam is peace.
At least 43 people were killed in bomb attacks on two Egyptian Coptic churches on Palm Sunday that included the seat of the Coptic Pope, the latest assault on a religious minority increasingly targeted by devout Muslims.
Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attacks, which also injured more than 100 people and occurred a week before Coptic Easter, with Pope Francis scheduled to visit Egypt later this month.
Horrific moment bomb goes off ‘inside Egypt church’ as unsuspecting worshippers pray
CHILLING footage has allegedly emerged of the moment the bomb exploded inside the church in Egypt which killed at least 21 people and injured 50 others on Palm Sunday.
By Jon Rogers, The Express, April 9, 2017:
A bomb ripped through a Coptic church during a service in northern Egypt, according to a Health Ministry spokesman Khaled Megahed.The explosion occurred at St George’s Church in the city of Tanta, in the Nile delta some 50 miles north of the capital Cairo.
Footage of the event has now been emerged, being published by news outlets in the Middle East – although it is yet to be verified.
The service moments before the blast in the Coptic church in Egypt
The Deputy Minister of Health put the death toll at 21, but some local television reports said at least 25 people had died.The foreign affairs ministry tweeted: ”Terrorism hits Egypt again, this time on Palm Sunday. Another obnoxious but failed attempt against all Egyptians.”No one, as yet, has claimed responsibility.
Chaos after church bombing in CairoThe blast is believed to have occurred in the pews near the front of the church, according to early reports, with many children amongst those that died.
Provincial governor Ahmad Deif told the state-run Nile channel: “Either a bomb was planted or someone blew himself up.”A search is under way for any more explosives which could be in the vicinity.
The scene at the church in Tanta after the blast
President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi ordered military hospitals to treat the injured.A local Islamic State affiliate claimed a suicide bombing at a church in Cairo in December that killed 25 people, mostly women, as well as a string of killings in the restive Sinai Peninsula that caused hundreds of Christians to flee to safer areas of the country.A militant group called Liwa al-Thawra claimed responsibility for an April 1 bomb attack targeting a police training centre in Tanta, which wounded 16 people.
People mass outside the church after the blast
The group, believed to be linked to the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood, has mainly targeted security forces and distanced itself from attacks on Christians.
The leader of the Catholic Church Pope Francis is due to visit Cairo later this month.
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