Egypt Mo-toons Mohamed



There isn’t a link to the actual picture posted by the Christian Egyptian, so the Tundra Tabloids offers this one in its place. KGS

H/T: A.Millar

Just feel the rage!

The clashes, which spread to three villages, saw several Christian homes burned and left five police officers injured, a security official told AFP.

On Thursday, dozens of Muslims tried to storm the home of the Christian student after the drawing appeared online.

Police were called to the scene, arrested the student and formed a cordon around the house to prevent clashes, Assiut governor Abdelrahim Borei said.

But on Friday, a group of Muslims set fire to a shop owned by the student’s father in a nearby village and another group burned Christian homes in another neighbouring village and clashed with its residents.

Borei has called for an emergency meeting with political and church officials as well as with recently elected MPs and members of ultra-conservative Salafi Muslim groups to try to defuse tensions.

More here.

4 Responses

  1. Times Live headline: is as outrageous as “Rapist and Victim CLASH”.

    Moral equivalence, moral relativism, means all sides have equal value, which is another way of saying that the concept of “value” is meaningless.

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    In the not-so-distant past, Christmas was a season of “comfort and joy” throughout the West. Encompassed by spiritual ties that bound people together, even people of different languages and varied religious outlooks, the celebration of the babe in the manger brought university in the midst of diversity and reminded us of our heritage and our common humanity.



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