Angry mob bars church goers in Beni Suef

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Over the past year, an increasing number of sectarian-related incidents of violence have taken place

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Two Copts were injured as a result of violence brought about by the predominantly conservative Muslim crowd barring the entrance. (KHALED DESOUKI/ AFP PHOTO / GETTY IMAGES)

Two Copts were injured as a result of violence brought about by the predominantly conservative Muslim crowd barring the entrance. (KHALED DESOUKI/ AFP PHOTO / GETTY IMAGES)

A large mob in the village of Ezbet Marco, in the Beni Suef governorate, gathered around the only Coptic Church in the area on Sunday morning, forbidding Copts from neighbouring villages from entering the church.

According to Ishak Ibrahim, a journalist and researcher at the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights, two Copts were injured as a result of violence brought about by the predominantly conservative Muslim crowd barring the entrance.

As the church is the only church in the area, it is very hard for Copts in neighbouring villages to pray elsewhere. As the mob maintained their blockade of the church skirmishes occurred, and two Copts identified by Ibrahim as Sobhi Saleh and Ibrahim Sadeq reportedly suffered from fractured arms and feet. Cars were also damaged in the scuffle.

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