446, Orthodox and Evangelical Churches

YouTube Rewind 2012

 

 
 

 

 

 

  • ImJesusChristMessiah 1 secondo fa

    Per gli Usa, la “prova” che Damasco ha lanciato le armi chimiche viene dall’intercettazione di un dialogo telefonico di una personalità del ministero siriano degli esteri che domandava notizie su un attacco con armi chimiche: una prova forse indiretta, ma insufficiente. Tanto più che tali “prove” non sono state finora condivise con nessuno, neanche con l’Onu e quel che si sa viene da anonime dichiarazioni fatte ad alcuni media. All’opposto vi sono invece dichiarazioni e documentazioni satellitari della Russia che mostrano due missili con testata chimica lanciati da una zona dei ribelli, Douma, e finiti su Ghouta, dove hanno ucciso centinaia di persone.

  • ImJesusChristMessiah 8 minuti fa

    [[08/28/2013. SYRIA. Stopping the attack against Damascus before it is too late. The US version of the use of chemical weapons has too many contradictions.– Someone does not want to wait for the UN results. It is untrue to think that a military strike would help the peace conference. Instead, it would help Islamists, who want to dominate the opposition. Rome (AsiaNews) – The United States, Great Britain, France, and the Arab League are in a hurry to launch punitive action against Syria, guilty in their eyes of using chemical weapons against civilians in Ghouta, on the outskirts of Damascus on 21 August. Such a decision stems from charges made by the rebels who have posted online videos showing the chilling images of people dead from asphyxiation, children wrapped in shrouds, young people with muscle spasms and frothing at the mouth or with oxygen masks. [Obama ha pensato che il suo premio NOBEL, era utile nella latrina di Bush]

  • ImJesusChristMessiah 8 minuti fa

    [[08/28/2013. SYRIA. Stopping the attack against Damascus before it is too late. The US version of the use of chemical weapons has too many contradictions.– Almost immediately, the media circus stressed that the use of chemical weapons crossed Obama’s “red line” against military intervention against Damascus. Eventually, cautious statements by the United States became more confident, buttressed by those of Great Britain, then France, Turkey, Canada, Australia and the Arab League. Syria’s traditional allies, Russia, China, and Iran instead reiterated their opposition an intervention. More tentatively, Italy, Germany and Poland also expressed their hostility to an intervention, favouring instead political talks. At present, as the US fleet is being deployed off the Syrian coast, decisions are being made about an intervention. The latter should last only a few days; it should target sites provided by the rebels; [Obama ha pensato che il suo premio NOBEL, era utile nella latrina di Bush]

  • ImJesusChristMessiah 9 minuti fa

    [[08/28/2013. SYRIA. Stopping the attack against Damascus before it is too late. The US version of the use of chemical weapons has too many contradictions.– it is not designed to bring down Assad; it will not stop a peace conference the UN and the Arab League are slowly preparing. Indeed, according to Arab sources, an attack against Syria will make such a conference easier to organise, Since the day when Ghouta was attacked, there has been a crescendo of statements, threats and promises to punish “crimes against humanity”, which is how the use of chemical weapons is defined by the UN. At the same time, there has been a continuous drift towards the obvious conclusion that the Syrian regime was responsible for the chemical attack. Interventionist countries went first to the United Nations. When Syria and the rebels accepted the presence of inspectors, ensuring a cease-fire, [Obama ha pensato che il suo premio NOBEL, era utile nella latrina d Bush]

  • ImJesusChristMessiah 9 minuti fa

    [[08/28/2013. SYRIA. Stopping the attack against Damascus before it is too late. The US version of the use of chemical weapons has too many contradictions.– the same countries said “it is too late”, claiming that action was needed because “almost certainly” Damascus was responsible for the attack. Finally, last night, US Vice President Joe Biden said there was “no doubt” that the Syrian government was responsible. So did British Prime Minister David Cameron. Yet doubts do persist. On 25 August, speaking to the faithful in St Peter’s Square, Pope Francis expressed his “great suffering and concern” about the “war between brothers” in Syria. He also called on the international community to “show greater sensitivity towards this tragic situation and do all it can to help the beloved Syrian nation find a solution to a war that is sowing death and destruction.” It is precisely in the name of such “sensitivity”, [Obama ha pensato che il suo premio NOBEL, era utile nella latrina di Bush]

  • ImJesusChristMessiah 10 minuti fa

    [[08/28/2013. SYRIA. Stopping the attack against Damascus before it is too late. The US version of the use of chemical weapons has too many contradictions.– which entail reasonableness and solidarity, that we must point out contradictions that make us oppose a hasty and thoughtless attack. For the United States, the “evidence” that Damascus launched chemical weapons comes from an intercepted phone call by a Syrian Foreign Ministry official asking questions about a chemical attack, something that provides indirect but insufficient evidence. The more so since the “evidence” has not yet been shared with anyone, not even the UN, and that what we know comes from statements made by anonymous officials to certain media outlets. In contrast, Russian satellite TV showed two missiles with chemical warheads launched from Duma, an area under rebel control, towards Ghouta, where they killed hundreds of people. [Obama ha pensato che il suo premio NOBEL, era utile nella latrina di Bush]

  • ImJesusChristMessiah 10 minuti fa

    [[08/28/2013. SYRIA. Stopping the attack against Damascus before it is too late. The US version of the use of chemical weapons has too many contradictions.– UN Investigators are already at work in Syria, gathering evidence on the use of chemical weapons, but they have had difficulties in the beginning when they came under sniper fire in rebel-controlled areas. The eagerness to launch an attack makes us forget that the experts are in Syria to determine whether there was a chemical attack and (perhaps but that is not their task) to gather clues about who possibly did it. But the United States and Great Britain have belittled their work, saying that the gases had already evaporated after a few days. However, according to some scholars, they could not since they tend to leave residual contamination in the air, on walls, hair, skin and clothes for months. Thus, waiting for the UN investigation to finish its job could shed light on many aspects of the story.

  • ImJesusChristMessiah 10 minuti fa

    [[08/28/2013. SYRIA. Stopping the attack against Damascus before it is too late. The US version of the use of chemical weapons has too many contradictions.– Indeed, some military experts and medical doctors question the veracity of the images released by the rebels. Since sarin gas remains active on the skin, they wonder why the volunteers and doctors treating the victims were not wearing any gas mask? We might also wonder why action is being taken now to punish the perpetrators of the heinous massacre in Ghouta, when more than 100,000 people have died in two years of civil war, with no one even lifting a finger? It seems to us that it is not “too late” to allow the UN to investigate since today Ban Ki-moon said that UN experts had made some convincing findings. To say that a military attack would facilitate a peace conference also seems quite out of place (outlandish too). [Obama ha pensato che il suo premio NOBEL, era utile nella latrina di Bush]

  • ImJesusChristMessiah 11 minuti fa

    [[08/28/2013. SYRIA. Stopping the attack against Damascus before it is too late. The US version of the use of chemical weapons has too many contradictions.– A military attack would certainly help the rebels, who at this moment are increasingly losing ground, despite the great help they have received from western states and Saudi Arabia and Qatar. However, boosting the opposition is likely to help both the secular wing of the Free Syrian Army, as well as its Al-Qaeda-linked jihadist component. One of the reasons why a peace conference has been hard to organise is precisely the conflict within the opposition, between secular and Islamist forces. A military attack might weaken Assad, but it would also accentuate rather than lessen the internal divisions in the rebel camp. When it comes to possible scenarios for the Middle East, one point must be made. [Obama ha pensato che il suo premio NOBEL, era utile nella latrina d Bush]

  • ImJesusChristMessiah 11 minuti fa

    The US version of the use of chemical weapons has too many contradictions.– At the geopolitical level, there is the risk of a regional, if not a world war, with Syria, Lebanon (Hizbollah), Iran, Russia, China line up on one side and the US, France, Great Britain, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey, etc., on the other. At the local level, it is hard to fathom what might happen to Syria, except to recognise that it has already become the fiefdom of many fundamentalist Muslims. For some observers, the country might disintegrate along ethnic boundaries; others suggest that a Kurdish state could emerge from bits of Syria, Iraq and Turkey . Whatever the case may be, a military attack now would be the perfect trigger for years of violent instability in the Middle East. The result would be to deprive these countries of their best minds, whether Christian or Muslim.Almost immediately, [Obama ha pensato che il suo premio NOBEL, era utile nella latrina di Bush]

  • ImJesusChristMessiah 12 minuti fa

    [[08/28/2013. SYRIA. Stopping the attack against Damascus before it is too late. The US version of the use of chemical weapons has too many contradictions.– the media circus stressed that the use of chemical weapons crossed Obama’s “red line” against military intervention against Damascus. Eventually, cautious statements by the United States became more confident, buttressed by those of Great Britain, then France, Turkey, Canada, Australia and the Arab League. Syria’s traditional allies, Russia, China, and Iran instead reiterated their opposition an intervention. More tentatively, Italy, Germany and Poland also expressed their hostility to an intervention, favouring instead political talks. At present, as the US fleet is being deployed off the Syrian coast, decisions are being made about an intervention. The latter should last only a few days; it should target sites provided by the rebels; it is not designed to bring down Assad;

  • ImJesusChristMessiah 13 minuti fa

    [[08/28/2013. SYRIA. Stopping the attack against Damascus before it is too late. The US version of the use of chemical weapons has too many contradictions.– it will not stop a peace conference the UN and the Arab League are slowly preparing. Indeed, according to Arab sources, an attack against Syria will make such a conference easier to organise, Since the day when Ghouta was attacked, there has been a crescendo of statements, threats and promises to punish “crimes against humanity”, which is how the use of chemical weapons is defined by the UN. At the same time, there has been a continuous drift towards the obvious conclusion that the Syrian regime was responsible for the chemical attack. Interventionist countries went first to the United Nations. When Syria and the rebels accepted the presence of inspectors, ensuring a cease-fire, the same countries said “it is too late”, [Obama ha pensato, che, il suo premio NOBEL, era utile nella latrina di Bush]

  • ImJesusChristMessiah 13 minuti fa

    666 FMI satana Rothschild FMI FED BCE — lol. tu hai assoldato delle zanzare killers, contro di me? lol. sorry, le sto fulminado tutte! lol. infatti io ho paletta etettrica! lol.

  • ImJesusChristMessiah 15 minuti fa

    [[08/28/2013. SYRIA. Stopping the attack against Damascus before it is too late. The US version of the use of chemical weapons has too many contradictions.– claiming that action was needed because “almost certainly” Damascus was responsible for the attack. Finally, last night, US Vice President Joe Biden said there was “no doubt” that the Syrian government was responsible. So did British Prime Minister David Cameron. Yet doubts do persist. On 25 August, speaking to the faithful in St Peter’s Square, Pope Francis expressed his “great suffering and concern” about the “war between brothers” in Syria. He also called on the international community to “show greater sensitivity towards this tragic situation and do all it can to help the beloved Syrian nation find a solution to a war that is sowing death and destruction.” It is precisely in the name of such “sensitivity”, [Obama ha pensato che il suo premio NOBEL, era utile nella latrina di Bush]

  • ImJesusChristMessiah 15 minuti fa

    [[08/28/2013. SYRIA. Stopping the attack against Damascus before it is too late. The US version of the use of chemical weapons has too many contradictions.– which entail reasonableness and solidarity, that we must point out contradictions that make us oppose a hasty and thoughtless attack. For the United States, the “evidence” that Damascus launched chemical weapons comes from an intercepted phone call by a Syrian Foreign Ministry official asking questions about a chemical attack, something that provides indirect but insufficient evidence. The more so since the “evidence” has not yet been shared with anyone, not even the UN, and that what we know comes from statements made by anonymous officials to certain media outlets. In contrast, Russian satellite TV showed two missiles with chemical warheads launched from Duma, an area under rebel control, towards Ghouta, where they killed hundreds of people. [Obama ha pensato che il suo premio NOBEL, era utile nella latrina di Bush]

  • ImJesusChristMessiah 16 minuti fa

    The US version of the use of chemical weapons has too many contradictions.– UN Investigators are already at work in Syria, gathering evidence on the use of chemical weapons, but they have had difficulties in the beginning when they came under sniper fire in rebel-controlled areas. The eagerness to launch an attack makes us forget that the experts are in Syria to determine whether there was a chemical attack and (perhaps but that is not their task) to gather clues about who possibly did it. But the United States and Great Britain have belittled their work, saying that the gases had already evaporated after a few days. However, according to some scholars, they could not since they tend to leave residual contamination in the air, on walls, hair, skin and clothes for months. Thus, waiting for the UN investigation to finish its job could shed light on many aspects of the story. [Obama ha pensato che, il suo premio NOBEL, era utile nella latrina di Bush]

  • ImJesusChristMessiah 16 minuti fa

    [[08/28/2013. SYRIA. Stopping the attack against Damascus before it is too late. The US version of the use of chemical weapons has too many contradictions.– Indeed, some military experts and medical doctors question the veracity of the images released by the rebels. Since sarin gas remains active on the skin, they wonder why the volunteers and doctors treating the victims were not wearing any gas mask? We might also wonder why action is being taken now to punish the perpetrators of the heinous massacre in Ghouta, when more than 100,000 people have died in two years of civil war, with no one even lifting a finger? It seems to us that it is not “too late” to allow the UN to investigate since today Ban Ki-moon said that UN experts had made some convincing findings. [Obama ha pensato, che, il suo premio NOBEL, era utile nella latrina di Bush]

  • ImJesusChristMessiah 17 minuti fa

    [[08/28/2013. SYRIA. Stopping the attack against Damascus before it is too late. The US version of the use of chemical weapons has too many contradictions.– To say that a military attack would facilitate a peace conference also seems quite out of place (outlandish too). A military attack would certainly help the rebels, who at this moment are increasingly losing ground, despite the great help they have received from western states and Saudi Arabia and Qatar. However, boosting the opposition is likely to help both the secular wing of the Free Syrian Army, as well as its Al-Qaeda-linked jihadist component. One of the reasons why a peace conference has been hard to organise is precisely the conflict within the opposition, between secular and Islamist forces. A military attack might weaken Assad, but it would also accentuate rather than lessen the internal divisions in the rebel camp. [Obama ha pensato che, il suo premio NOBEL, era utile nella latrina di Bush]

  • ImJesusChristMessiah 18 minuti fa

    [[08/28/2013. SYRIA. Stopping the attack against Damascus before it is too late. The US version of the use of chemical weapons has too many contradictions.– When it comes to possible scenarios for the Middle East, one point must be made. At the geopolitical level, there is the risk of a regional, if not a world war, with Syria, Lebanon (Hizbollah), Iran, Russia, China line up on one side and the US, France, Great Britain, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey, etc., on the other. At the local level, it is hard to fathom what might happen to Syria, except to recognise that it has already become the fiefdom of many fundamentalist Muslims. For some observers, the country might disintegrate along ethnic boundaries; others suggest that a Kurdish state could emerge from bits of Syria, Iraq and Turkey . . [Obama ha pensato che, il premio NOBEL, era utile nella latrina di Bush]

  • ImJesusChristMessiah 18 minuti fa

    [[08/28/2013. SYRIA. Stopping the attack against Damascus before it is too late. The US version of the use of chemical weapons has too many contradictions.– Whatever the case may be, a military attack now would be the perfect trigger for years of violent instability in the Middle East. The result would be to deprive these countries of their best minds, whether Christian or Muslim. [Obama ha pensato, che il suo premio NOBEL, era utile nella latrina di Bush]

 

 

 

 

 

 

17/08/2013 16:05
EGITTO – ISLAM
La lista di chiese, scuole, istituzioni, negozi cristiani incendiati dai Fratelli musulmani negli ultimi tre giorni
La lista di 58 edifici (compresi conventi e scuole) saccheggiati e bruciati è stata verificata da rappresentanti delle Chiese cristiane.

Il Cairo (AsiaNews) –  Almeno 58 chiese, scuole, istituzioni, case e negozi di cristiani sono stati attaccati, saccheggiati e bruciati negli ultimi tre giorni dai Fratelli musulmani e dai sostenitori  di Mohamed Morsi, l’ex presidente egiziano deposto lo scorso 3 luglio. Il 14 agosto scorso l’esercito ha cercato di sgomberare i  sit-in degli islamisti a Nahda Square e Rabaa el-Adaweya. In un’ondata di devastante violenza, oltre 600 persone sono state uccise e migliaia ferite. Negli stessi giorni vi è stato il violento attacco a chiese cattoliche, ortodosse, evangeliche e a case e negozi di cristiani, che documentiamo.

I rappresentanti delle Chiese cristiane hanno stilato un lista che pubblichiamo di seguito. La lista è stata consegnata ad AsiaNews dall’Ufficio stampa della Chiesa cattolica in Egitto.

 

Chiese cattoliche e conventi

  • 1. Chiesa francescana e scuola (strada 23) – Bruciata (Suez)
  • 2. Monastero del Santo Pastore e ospedale – Bruciati (Suez)
  • 3. Chiesa del Buon pastore; monastero del Buon Pastore – Molotov e attacco (Asuit)
  • 4. Chiesa copta cattolica di san Giorgio – Bruciata (Minya, Alto Egitto)
  • 5. Chiesa dei gesuiti – Bruciata (Minya, Alto Egitto)
  • 6. Basilica di Fatima – Attacco – Heliopolis
  • 7. Chiesa copto-cattolica di san Marco – Bruciata (Minya – Alto Egitto)
  • 8. Convento francescano (suore del Cuore immacolato di Maria) – Bruciato (Beni Suef, Alto Egitto)
  • 9. Chiesa di santa Teresa – Bruciata (Asuit, Alto Egitto)
  • 10. Chiesa francescana e scuola – Bruciati (Asuit, Alto Egitto)
  • 11. Convento di san Giuseppe e scuola – Bruciati (Minya, Alto Egitto)
  • 12. Chiesa del Sacro Cuore dei copti cattolici – Bruciata (Minya, Alto Egitto)
  • 13. Convento delle suore di santa Maria – Attacco (Il Cairo)
  • 14. Scuola del Santo Pastore – Attacco (Minya, Alto Egitto)

 

Chiese ortodosse ed evangeliche

 

  • 1. Chiesa anglicana di san Salvatore – Bruciata (Suez)
  • 2. Chiesa evangelica di St Michael – Circondata e saccheggiata (Asuit, Alto Egitto)
  • 3. Chiesa copto-ortodossa di san Giorgio – Bruciata (Minya, Alto Egitto)
  • 4. Chiesa di Al-Esla – Bruciata (Asuit, Alto Egitto)
  • 5. Chiesa avventista – Bruciata; il pastore e sua moglie rapiti (Asuit, Alto Egitto)
  • 6. Chiesa degli Apostoli – Bruciata (Asuit, Alto Egitto)
  • 7. Chiesa del Santo rinnovamento – Bruciata (Asuit, Alto Egitto)
  • 8. Centro diocesano copto ortodosso di Qusiya – Bruciato (Asuit, Alto Egitto)
  • 9. Chiesa di san Giorgio – Bruciata (Arish, Nord Egitto)
  • 10. Chiesa di san Giorgio ad al-Wasta – Bruciata (Beni Suef, Alto Egitto)
  • 11. Chiesa della Vergine Maria – Attacco (Maadi, Il Cairo)
  • 12. Chiesa della Vergine Maria – Attacco (Mostorod, Il Cairo)
  • 13. Chiesa copto-ortodossa di san Giorgio – Attacco (Helwan, Il Cairo)
  • 14. Chiea di santa Maria di El Naziah – Bruciata (Fayoum, Alto Egitto)
  • 15. Chiesa di santa Damiana – Saccheggiata e bruciata (Fayoum, Alto Egitto)
  • 16. Chiesa di san Teodoro – Bruciata (Fayoum, Alto Egitto)
  • 17. Chiesa evangelica di al-Zorby – Saccheggiata e distrutta (Fayoum, Alto Egitto)
  • 18. Chiesa di san Giuseppe – Bruciata (Fayoum, Alto Egitto)
  • 19. Scuola francescana – Bruciata (Fayoum, Alto Egitto)
  • 20. Centro diocesano copto-ortodosso di san Paolo – Bruciato (Gharbiya, Delta)
  • 21. Chiesa copto-ortodossa di sant’Antonio – Bruciata (Giza)
  • 22. Chiesa copta di san Giorgio – Bruciata (Atfeeh, Giza)
  • 23. Chiesa della Vergine Maria e del padre Abramo – Bruciata (Delga, Deir Mawas, Minya, Alto Egitto)
  • 24. Chiesa di san Mina di Abu Hilal Kebly – Bruciata (Minya, Alto Egitto)
  • 25. Chiesa battista di Beni Mazar – Bruciata (Minya, Alto Egitto)
  • 26. Chiesa di Amir Tawadros – Bruciata (Minya, Alto Egitto)
  • 27. Chiesa evangelica – Bruciata (Minya, Alto Egitto)
  • 28. Chiesa di Anba Moussa al-Aswad- Bruciata (Minya, Alto Egitto)
  • 29. Chiesa degli Apostoli – Bruciata (Minya, Alto Egitto)
  • 30. Chiesa di santa Maria – Tentativo di incendio (Qena, Alto Egitto)
  • 31. Chiesa copta di san Giorgio – Bruciata (Sohag, Alto Egitto)
  • 32. Chiesa di santa Damiana – Attaccata e bruciata (Sohag, Alto Egitto)
  • 33. Chiesa della Vergine Maria – Bruciata (Sohag, Alto Egitto)
  • 34. Chiesa di san Marco e centro comunitario – Bruciati (Sohag, Alto Egitto)
  • 35. Chiesa di Anba Abram – Distrutta e bruciata (Sohag, Alto Egitto)

 

Istituzioni cristiane

  • 1. Casa del p. Angelos (pastore della chiesa della Vergine Maria e del padre Abramo) – Bruciata (Minya, Alto Egitto)
  • 2. Proprietà e negozi di cristiani – Bruciati (Arish, Nord Egitto)
  • 3. 17 case cristiane attaccate e saccheggiate (Minya, Alto Egitto)
  • 4. Case cristiane – Attaccate (Asuit, Alto Egitto)
  • 5. Uffici della Fondazione evangelica – Bruciati (Minya, Alto Egitto)
  • 6. Negozi, farmacie, hotel di proprietà di cristiani – Attaccati e saccheggiati (Luxor, Alto Egitto)
  • 7. Libreria della Bible Society – Bruciata (Il Cairo)
  • 8. Bible Society – Bruciata (Fayoum, Alto Egitto)
  • 9. Bible Society -Bruciata (Asuit, Nord Egitto).

Edifici di proprietà di cristiani bruciati

  • 1. 58 case
  • 2. 85 negozi
  • 3. 16 farmacie
  • 4. 3 hotel (Alto Egitto)
  • 5. 75 autobus e auto

 Fra i cristiani vi sono poi 7 uccisi; 17 rapiti; centinaia di feriti

08/17/2013 19:48
EGYPT – ISLAM
The list of Christian churches, schools, institutions, shops torched by the Muslim Brotherhood in the last three days
The following list of 58 looted and burned buildings (including convents and schools) has been verified by representatives of the Christian Churches.

Cairo (AsiaNews) – At least 58 Christian churches, schools, institutions, homes and shops have been attacked, looted and torched over the last three days by the Muslim Brotherhood and supporters of Mohamed Morsi, the former Egyptian president who was deposed on 3 July . On August 14 the army has tried to evict the sit-in of the Islamists in Rabaa El Nahda Square and Adaweya. In a wave of devastating violence, over 600 people were killed and thousands injured. But violent attacks were also carried out on Catholic, Orthodox, Evangelical churches as well as the homes and shops of Christians, as we have documented

The representatives of the Christian Churches have drawn up a list which we publish below. The list was handed over to AsiaNews by the Press Office of the Catholic Church in Egypt.

 

Catholic churches and convents

  • 1. Franciscan church and school (road 23) – burned (Suez)
  • 2. Monastery of the Holy Shepherd and hospital – burned (Suez)
  • 3. Church of the Good Shepherd, Monastery of the Good Shepherd – burned in molotov attack (Asuit)
  • 4. Coptic Catholic Church of St. George – burned (Minya, Upper Egypt)
  • 5. Church of the Jesuits – burned (Minya, Upper Egypt)
  • 6. Fatima Basilica – attacked – Heliopolis
  • 7. Coptic Catholic Church of St. Mark – burned (Minya – Upper Egypt)
  • 8. Franciscan convent (Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary) – burned (Beni Suef, Upper Egypt)
  • 9. Church of St. Teresa – burned (Asuit, Upper Egypt)
  • 10. Franciscan Church and School – burned (Asuit, Upper Egypt)
  • 11. Convent of St Joseph and school – burned (Minya, Upper Egypt)
  • 12. Coptic Catholic Church of the Sacred Heart – torched (Minya, Upper Egypt)
  • 13 Convent of the Sisters of Saint Mary – attacked (Cairo)
  • 14. School of the Holy Shepherd – attacked (Minya, Upper Egypt)

     

    Orthodox and Evangelical Churches

  • 1. Anglican Church of St. Saviour – burned (Suez)
  • 2. Evangelical Church of St Michael – surrounded and sacked (Asuit, Upper Egypt)
  • 3. Coptic Orthodox Church of St. George – Burned (Minya, Upper Egypt)
  • 4. Church of Al-Esla – burned (Asuit, Upper Egypt)
  •  5. Adventist Church – burned, the pastor and his wife abducted (Asuit, Upper Egypt)
  •  6. Church of the Apostles – burned (Asuit, Upper Egypt)
  •  7. Church of the Holy renewal – burned (Asuit, Upper Egypt)
  • 8. Diocesan Centre Coptic Orthodox Qusiya – burned (Asuit, Upper Egypt)
  • 9. Church of St. George – burned (Arish, North Egypt)
  • 10. Church of St. George in al-Wasta – burned (Beni Suef, Upper Egypt)
  • 11. Church of the Virgin Mary – attacked (Maadi, Cairo)
  • 12. Church of the Virgin Mary – attacked (Mostorod, Cairo)
  • 13. Coptic Orthodox Church of St. George – attacked (Helwan, Cairo)
  • 14. Church of ​​St. Mary of El Naziah – burned (Fayoum, Upper Egypt)
  • 15. Church of Santa Damiana – sacked and burned (Fayoum, Upper Egypt)
  • 16. Church of St. Theodore – burned (Fayoum, Upper Egypt)
  • 17. Evangelical Church of al-Zorby – Sacked and destroyed (Fayoum, Upper Egypt)
  • 18. Church of St. Joseph – burned (Fayoum, Upper Egypt)
  • 19. Franciscan School – burned (Fayoum, Upper Egypt)
  • 20. Coptic Orthodox Diocesan Center of St. Paul – burned (Gharbiya, Delta)
  • 21. Coptic Orthodox Church of St. Anthony – burned (Giza)
  • 22. Coptic Church of St. George – burned (Atfeeh, Giza)
  • 23. Church of the Virgin Mary and father Abraham – burned (Delga, Deir Mawas, Minya, Upper Egypt)
  • 24. Church of St. Mina Abu Hilal Kebly – burned (Minya, Upper Egypt)
  • 25. Baptist Church in Beni Mazar – burned (Minya, Upper Egypt)
  • 26. Church of Amir Tawadros – burned (Minya, Upper Egypt)
  • 27. Evangelical Church – burned (Minya, Upper Egypt)
  • 28. Church of Anba Moussa al-Aswad- burned (Minya, Upper Egypt)
  • 29. Church of the Apostles – burned (Minya, Upper Egypt)
  • 30. Church of St Mary – arson attempt (Qena, Upper Egypt)
  • 31. Coptic Church of St. George – burned (Sohag, Upper Egypt)
  • 32. Church of Santa Damiana – Attacked and burned (Sohag, Upper Egypt)
  • 33. Church of the Virgin Mary – burned (Sohag, Upper Egypt)
  • 34. Church of St. Mark and community center – burned (Sohag, Upper Egypt)
  • 35. Church of Anba Abram – destroyed and burned (Sohag, Upper Egypt)

    Christian institutions

  • 1. House of Fr. Angelos (pastor of the church of the Virgin Mary and Father Abraham) – burned (Minya, Upper Egypt)
  • 2. Properties and shops of Christians – Burnt (Arish, North Egypt)
  • 3. 17 Christian homes attacked and looted (Minya, Upper Egypt)
  • 4. Christian homes – Attach (Asuit, Upper Egypt)
  • 5. Offices of the Evangelical Foundation – burned (Minya, Upper Egypt)
  • 6. Stores, pharmacies, hotels owned by Christians – attacked and looted (Luxor, Upper Egypt)
  • 7. Library of the Bible Society – burned (Cairo)
  • 8. Bible Society – burned (Fayoum, Upper Egypt)
  • 9. Bible Society- burned (Asuit, North Egypt).

 

Burned buildings owned by Christians

 •1.       58 houses.

2.       85 shops.

3.       16 pharmacies.

4.       3 hotels (Upper Egypt)

5.       75 buses and cars.

 

7 Victims (killed) 17 kidnapping and hundreds injured.  

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