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Egyptian army

The Propagandist's Allies are really trying to get this war over with by Christmas, but it looks like it may last a bit longer yet. Soldier on, forces of good.

  • Inside Occupy D.C. "Among the flags being flown by some protesters are those from the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas, the Iranian-backed Hezbollah and al Qaeda." Aw, come on.
  • Too bad, terrorist. Ezra Levant on the stalled repatriation of Omar Khadr, who won't be home in time for Christmas (though to tell the truth, this jihadist in Guantanamo Bay may not actually believe in Santa Claus).
  • UN holds minute silence for Kim Jong-il - video. Harry's Place notes dryly, "How often does the United Nations General Assembly hold minute silences?"
  • The purposeful ambiguity of terrorists joining the PLO. "Their strategy will be to find an ambiguous enough formula that desperate Western leaders can embrace with their eyes wide shut."
  • More Denial. In Egypt, excusers of the army's brutal conduct deny the authenticity or relevance video footage that catches the thugs red-handed.

Merry Christmas, Happy Chanukah and Confusion to our Enemies!

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After doing the wrong thing. The Egyptian military is reportedly helping rebuild a church burnt to the ground by Muslims in Soul.

Of course, the rebuilding would not have been necessary if the army hadn't let the radicals run amok in the first place, terrorizing local Christians.

Muslims have attacked the church, within six exploding gas cylinders, crosses desecrated and destroyed the domes.   

Army troops are stationed in Bromil, about 7 km from Soul, but for now they do not want to intervene. Three patrols arrived on the scene of the attack were sent back by the Muslims, saying that everything "was fine".

Note how this awful episode of sectarian barbarism began:

The incident was triggered by the relationship between a Coptic Christian, Ashraf Iskander, and a Muslim woman. The girl's father refused to sacrifice his daughter and kill the young Christian, despite pressure from the Islamic community.

Given the Egyptian army's complicity in other anti-Christian violence over the past weeks, it's a poor bet that the church they're rebuilding is ever going to get finished. And even if it does, will they be willing to...More >>


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