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In south Egypt, Islamists take over a town
Posted on 09/06/2013 1:01:07 AM PDT by Java4Jay
A town of some 120,000 including 20,000 Christians Dalga has been outside government control since hard-line supporters of the Islamist Mohammed Morsi drove out police and occupied their station on July 3, the day Egypt's military chief removed the president in a popularly supported coup. It was part of a wave of attacks in the southern Minya province that targeted Christians, their homes and businesses.
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TOPICS: Foreign Affairs; Front Page News; Government; News/Current Events
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With the army and police already fighting a burgeoning militant insurgency in the Sinai Peninsula, there are growing signs that a second insurgency could erupt in the south particularly in Minya and Assiut provinces, both Islamist strongholds and both home to Egypt's two largest Christian communities.
posted on 09/06/2013 1:01:07 AM PDT
There’s bound to be war there, in part thanks to Obama’s slavish affection for the Muslim Brotherhood and radical Islamism everywhere. If the Egyptian army attempts to restore order to that town, surely John Kerry will flap his arms in protest, gesticulate wildly, and perhaps even suffer an aneurysm. Obama is putting the weight of our country behind the wrong side there! It’s treason!
Sickening and shameful. Lord, have mercy.
posted on 09/06/2013 6:12:19 AM PDT
(He will not share His glory and He will NOT be mocked! Blessed be the name of the Lord forever!)
posted on 09/06/2013 10:48:23 AM PDT
(The evils of government are directly proportional to the tolerance of the people.)
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