- Posted August 2, 2012 by
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Turbulence, violence in the Middle East
Coptic Christians in Egypt were attacked again
Christians in Egypt were the target of sectarian attacks again under the rule of Morsi, muslim brotherhood candidate who was elected president to Egypt fraudulently, More than 150 Christian famailies were forced to leave their home after muslim brotherhood and salafies militants burned their homes and business in the village of Dahshur.
The violence erupted in the early hours of Wednesday in the village of Dahshur, which is on the southern outskirts of Cairo, when a Christian dry cleaner burned the young muslim man's shirt. Security forces prevented an attempt to burn down a local church,
Religious freedom in Egypt is now in grave danger as a result the direction of the Brotherhood and the current religious powers to transform Egypt into a new Afghan model in which they plan to displace the Copts of Egypt. Forced migration of Copts has also been reported in the past, following sectarian clashes over the past two years. The most recent example of the forced migration of Copts was reported to have taken place in January of this year in the town of Ameriya in Alexandria.
Morsi, Muslim brotherhood president, refused to even meet with Giza’s Bishop or condemn publicly the attacks on Christians. Not a single official from his government made any statement. Dahshour is evidence that things can get worst in Egypt. Now there is no SCAF excuse to blame at.
August 3, 2012: Preliminary investigative reports suggested those who attacked Christians are the same terrorists who received lengthy prison sentence from terrorist acts in the past and now received presidential pardon from Morsi, few hours after their release they committed this barbaric act. No wonder Morsi In his first address to the nation, he called upon United States to release a well known terrorist, Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman who is serving life in prison for plotting a series of bombings and assassinations and for his role in planning the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center in New York City.
05 August 2012: Not a single family returned home