Egypt Muslim persecution of Christians

EGYPTIAN MUSLIM MOBS ATTACK CHRISTIAN HOMES, TOSS 15 YR.OLD OUT OF 3RD STORY WINDOW…….

 

 And the persecution of Christians in the Middle East continues.

This happened in the same city where Christians have had their meeting places of worship torched. The story of the girl getting tossed out of the window was buried at the bottom of the following article on Egyptian fundamentalists defying the ban on protests.

Meanwhile, Muslim residents of a village in southern Minya province attacked Christian homes, burning 10 houses and wounding 15 Christians, including a 15 year-old girl thrown from the third floor of a building, according to Ezzat Ibrahim, an activist who monitors minority rights.

Ibrahim said the attack was instigated by rumors of a love affair between a local Christian man and a Muslim woman – a factor that can often spark sectarian clashes.

christian girl thrown from building by muslims 30.11.2013

H/T: Islam Exposed (the truth about Islam) via Walid Shoebat  who provided picture (not from incident) and text also.

Egypt Islamists rally to defy protest law

Posted: Nov 29, 2013 1:46 PM FST Updated: Nov 30, 2013 2:48 AM FST

By TONY G. GABRIEL and MARIAM RIZK
Associated Press

CAIRO (AP) – Egyptian security forces firing tear gas and water cannons on Friday broke up anti-government demonstrations by Islamists defying a draconian new law restricting protests.

Authorities are seeking to put down unrest by both Islamists and secular activists as a government-appointed assembly tries to finish a final draft on an amended constitution by early next week. The draft has raised criticism from democracy advocates for increasing powers of the military and president.

Since a popularly backed military coup ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi in July, his supporters have been staging near-daily protests calling for his reinstatement. The rallies have often descended into street clashes with security forces or civilians.

To quash pro-Morsi rallies, which have persisted despite a heavy security crackdown, the military-backed government issued the law Sunday banning protests without a police permit. On Thursday, a student was killed when police put down a march by Islamists from Cairo University.

More here.

14 Responses

  1. Why is the picture of an Asian woman,The photo is from a July 25th 2011 Daily Telegraph article of a woman falling from a 5th story window.In fact in the uncropped photo Chinese signs can be seen on the other buildings.These things happen in muslim countries but why post fake photos?

    1. The picture was taken from Walid Shoebat’s site where I got the story, ask him.

      1. If you know the picture is fake, why do you still have it up? You don’t control Shoebat’s website, but you do control your own.

  2. These women look similar but they are actually wearing different clothes.. Also, the buildings are different. Ever heard of a game called “spot the difference” people?!?!!

    1. Actually you can see her face is blured out and so is her leg,clothing is the same.Does not mean that the incident didn’t happen just that they used another pic?

      Here they use the same pic without the Photoshop overspray an her leg and face

      Why is that so hard to understand?If you need this one article to prove muslims are like that then you haven’t been paying attention.They(muslims) have been burning and beading people all over the world just in my lifetime.Grow up and vet info before you look stupid.

    1. In reply to Steve Holmes;

      LOL. Are really that ignorant? Evidently.

      This story is 100% FACTUAL. It was initially reported by the Associated Press(AP). It has been reported all throughout the Middle East.

      Do you seriously not know what a “FILE PHOTO” is? Evidently not.

      Just about anyone with a High School Equivalency GED knows that a ‘File Photo’ is used anytime an ‘Actual Photo’ of the event was either not taken at the time of the occurrence or was not made available when the original story was published.

      My guess? There was not a person standing outside this building with a camera ready, expecting a girl to come flying out of the building. Therefore, no ‘Actual Photo’ was taken. So, an obvious ‘File Photo’ was used with this article.

      This is a common practice in journalism. ALL media outlets do this.

      Furthermore, it is nearly reprehensible that you would attempt to discredit a documented factual story by attempting to discredit a File Photo.

      Readers that frequent sites such as ‘Tundra Tabloids’ come here with a certain degree of intellect and logic. In other words, we do not just look at pictures. We actually read the content of the article and think.

      Please get an education Steve..because a brain is a terrible thing to waste.

      s/m @ sharia unveiled

        1. re: KGS;

          You are very welcome.

          It’s my pleasure.

          Keep up the excellent work!

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          S. Montague @ sharia unveiled

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    2. re: Steve Holmes

      Did you realize that you are sourcing “Loonwatch” which is a well-known Islamic Supremacist website?

      There are several well-respected human rights advocates such as Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer who speak out against human rights violations committed against women and children. Often these women and children are little Muslim girls and Muslim women that are mistreated, abused and treated like a piece of property. Pamela and Robert give these little girls and women a voice.

      Well, that site “Loonwatch” defends the Muslim men that mistreat these women and little girls. They attack Pamela and Robert in order to maintain the Islamic establishment’s ‘status-quo.’

      Perhaps you were not aware of this..so, I wanted to let you know, because many people will associate “you” as an Islamic supremacist when they see you source that site.

      s/m @ sharia unveiled

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