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Copts torturing Muslim women in monastery prison attacked in Alexandria

January 1, 2011

The following article is reprinted with permission from Kavkaz Center, Caucasus Emirate (mujahideen) news agency.

Copts torturing Muslim women in monastery prison attacked in Alexandria
©  Kavkaz Center
January 1, 2011  13:55 Emirate time

According to media reports, an explosion went off in front of a Coptic Christian church in the northern Egyptian port city of Alexandria on the “new year’s eve” on Jan. 1, 2011, resulting in elimination of about 20 and injuries of about 80 Coptic Christians and police officers protecting them.

According to local police, a car bomb was blown up in front of the Coptic Church in the Sidi Bishr district shortly after midnight, when the Copts began leaving the building after attending a mass.

According to another version of the police, the explosives were placed under the car.

Shortly after the explosion, crowds of Coptic Christians attacked a nearby mosque, threw stones at Muslims and launched an anti-Muslim pogrom.

The Christian mob broke into the mosque and desecrated the Koran. Only after this, the mob was dispersed by police.

As previously reported, the notorious head of the Coptic Church, Pope Shenouda III, holds 2 Muslim women in a Coptic monastery prison of Ain Shams, where the monks subject them brutal tortures so that they renounce Islam.

Copts in Egypt have their own police force. Arms depots are reportedly stored in Coptic monasteries and churches.

It is to be recalled that on November 1, 2010, Mujahideen of the Islamic State of Iraq (ISI) gave a 48-hour ultimatum to the head of the Coptic Church of Egypt, demanding the release of the Muslim women Wafaa Constantine and Camilia Shehata, and the other sisters, who converted to Islam, but suffered for it with imprisonment and tortures from the Copts.

The War Department of the ISI made an official statement on Nov. 3. The statement indicated the expiration of the ultimatum to the head of Coptic Church of Egypt to releases from the monastery prison of two Muslim women and their sisters, who were subjected to brutal tortures by Coptic Christians to force them to renounce Islam.

The statement said:

“The War Department of the Islamic State of Iraq states that Christian centers and organizations, Christian ringleaders and supporters are now legitimate targets for the Mujahideen everywhere they can reach them, and let these polytheists, especially the moronic Vatican, know that a killing sword will not miss the necks of their supporters, even though they are not guilty of acts of this dog, the Egyptian church ringleader”.

Department of Monitoring
Kavkaz Center

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