Egyptian policeman opens fire on Christians killing one

Ethel C. Fenig
The terror against Christians in Muslim nations continued yesterday when an Egyptian policeman shot six Christians on a train, killing one of them. Two of the injured Egyptian Christians were a young engaged couple traveling to Cairo with their mother and sister to celebrate the engagement by purchasing a ring. According to a CNN report , one of the victims stated the shooter celebrated his act by shouting

in Arabic, "There is no God but God," and opened fire, she said.

No, right wing talk and Sarah Palin did not inspire the shooter; there is a deep lack of civility with a climate of hate and vitriolic talk by the 90% Muslim majority in Egypt against the estimated 10% Egyptian Christians and few Jews remaining there.
The terror against Christians in Muslim nations continued yesterday when an Egyptian policeman shot six Christians on a train, killing one of them. Two of the injured Egyptian Christians were a young engaged couple traveling to Cairo with their mother and sister to celebrate the engagement by purchasing a ring. According to a CNN report , one of the victims stated the shooter celebrated his act by shouting

in Arabic, "There is no God but God," and opened fire, she said.

No, right wing talk and Sarah Palin did not inspire the shooter; there is a deep lack of civility with a climate of hate and vitriolic talk by the 90% Muslim majority in Egypt against the estimated 10% Egyptian Christians and few Jews remaining there.