Egypt’s Christians face mass slaughter by Islamists

WND:

Copts

NEW YORK – The Coptic Christian community in Egypt now is under threat of mass slaughter from Islamists under the pretense of revenge for a movie that depicts the Quranic figure Muhammad in a negative light, a senior Egyptian military official told WND.

The producers of the “Innocence of Muslims” movie reportedly are tied to the Coptic faith. Reports are claiming the movie sparked anti-U.S. attacks in Egypt and Libya, including the killing this week of the U.S. ambassador to Libya. However, some security officials believe the violence to be premeditated.

The Egyptian military official said today that Islamic groups are threatening to slaughter “the whole Christian Coptic community” in the city of Naja Hamadi, located about 60 miles from Cairo. Naja Hamadi contains a large Coptic community.

Two Egyptian immigrants from Southern California reportedly were forces behind the “Innocence of Muslims” movie. Joseph Nassralla Abdelmasih, the president of the Duarte-based charity Media for Christ, reportedly was a producer, while Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, a convicted felon, allowed his home to be used in the movie’s shooting.

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7 Replies to “Egypt’s Christians face mass slaughter by Islamists”

  1. Christians in Kansas City also received a fright today:
    Edgar AKA Helmet Man AKA Wahed Moharam Scares the Crap Out of KC

    Egyptian born Wahed entered a federal building located in downtown Kansas City demanding to know why his name has been added to a no fly list, federal officials were quick to overreact. . .Wahed has been in America since 1978. He is a US citizen and actually provided vital information that lead to the arrests in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.

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