Palm Sunday Bombings – ISIS Targets Egypt’s Coptic Christians…

We have watched the Muslim Brotherhood and ISIS target Egypt ever since secular President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi brought stability back to the country.  Now with the clear outlines of the al-Sisi “freedom alliance” in place, ISIS strikes back in an attempt to destabilize the country.

Today, Palm Sunday, ISIS targeted two Christian communities in Egypt with suicide bombings.  The first bombing, targeted Tanta, a Nile Delta city about 100 km (60 miles) north of Cairo.  The terrorists attacked St. George Church during its Palm Sunday service, killing at least 27 people and injuring at least 78, the Ministry of Health said.

The second bombing was just a few hours later in Alexandria.  The terrorists targeted a more consequential Christian venue, Saint Mark’s Cathedral; the historic seat of the Coptic Pope.  This is where President al-Sisi previously attended Christmas Mass in a visible display of historic secular solidarity toward the Christian ministry in Egypt.

During the St. Mark’s mass attack today the terrorists killed 17 people, including three police officers, and injuring 48, according to the Coptic the ministry. Coptic Pope Tawadros was leading the mass and thankfully, according to the ministry, he was not injured.

ISIS is trying again to create chaos and destabilize Egypt through religious extremism and terrorism.    President al-Sisi has initiated an immediate nation-wide state of emergency, calling upon the Egyptian military to protect the civilian population. 


President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is the former commanding general of the Egyptian military and there is a deep loyalty within the forces toward President al-Sisi and the peaceful people of Egypt.

(Via Reuters) At least 44 people were killed in bomb attacks on the symbolic cathedral seat of the Coptic Pope and another church on Palm Sunday, prompting anger and fear among Christians and troop deployments across Egypt.

Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attacks, which also injured more than 100 people and occurred a week before Coptic Easter, with Pope Francis scheduled to visit Egypt later this month.

The assault is the latest on a religious minority increasingly targeted by Islamist militants, and a challenge to President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, who has pledged to protect them as part of his campaign against extremism.  (read more)

The terrorists will not win.  The peaceful people of Egypt will not allow ISIS and the Islamic Extremists to destroy their country.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the people of Egypt and with our two brave leaders, President Donald Trump and President Fattah al-Sisi.


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149 Responses to Palm Sunday Bombings – ISIS Targets Egypt’s Coptic Christians…

  1. MrE says:

    Heartbreaking. May the families and friends of the victims feel the peace of God during this time, may the wounded have a speedy recovery, and may al-Sisi bring ISIS and the Muslim Brotherhood to justice quickly.

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    • shallbe4 says:

      The huge problem with ISIS stems from The Arab Spring. Hillary and Obama felt they had to get rid of the secular leaders in the Middle East and we were left with a Middle East which is coming apart. ISIS attacks the few nations like Egypt who still continue to have secular leaders. Would we be having mass immigration into Europe if it wasn’t for the takedown of those leaders who kept the Middle East reasonable quiet?

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  2. missmarple2 says:

    ISIS has claimed responsibility, but I would not be surprised to find out that the Muslim Brotherhood has hooked up with them.

    My prayers go up for these Christian martyrs.

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    • rashamon says:

      The Muslim Brotherhood definitely has hooked up with all the terror groups, abroad and in the U.S.

      Liked by 10 people

    • sundance says:

      ISIS is The Brotherhood.

      They are NOT two separate organizations. They are different departments of the same organization. The Muslim Brotherhood is the political department, the lobbyists. ISIS is the production department.

      Liked by 55 people

    • 7delta says:

      Al-queda and its various offshoots are Muslim Brotherhood. Al-queda and its various offshoots are ISIS. ISIS is the Muslim Brotherhood. Ideologically and literally, especially in the case of who’s who. Groups change their names a lot to obscure connections.

      We tend to think of terrorists as extremist or radicals, because of the weakened period Islam went through as the Ottoman Empire crumbled, then continued for decades after its fall (1922). Sykes-Picot redrew borders in the Middle east after the fall. It put people with traditional tribal conflicts and Inter-Islamic warring that has existed since the split over who would be Mohammed’s successor, within the same borders.

      The deal was a tad dishonest, but realistically, Europe had been dealing with Mohammedanism for centuries and its inherently violent expansionism. Breaking up the land hampered the unity needed to reestablish a caliphate and it kept them busy fighting one another, so they left the rest of the world alone. However, Islamic doctrine didn’t change. In fact, peaceful co-existence is doctrinally sound when Islam is too weak to fight for dominance.

      In 1924, al-Bana wrote the treatise for reforming Islam back to its correct doctrinal roots, while cooling his heels in an Egyptian prison. The Muslim Brotherhood was born. The reformation spread. The Brotherhood was such a pain, it was banned from Egypt…until Barry invited them back in. What we’re seeing now is the execution of a long-term plan to establish a worldwide caliphate. Islam isn’t doing anything it hasn’t done for 1200 years, with a little help from corrupt westerners.

      We absolutely need to pray for Christians and non-Muslims in Islamic countries and demand our government give them refuge, which we are not. Very few are included in the refugees. They’re facing genocide. It’s even too dangerous for them to go to UN refugee camps, but that’s where our refugees come from.

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      • eagledriver50 says:

        And that is why you have a gentleman name, Edrogen, trying to bring together all of these factions. Now for a quick question: How many of the Treepers know of the National Muslim Mosque in Maryland?

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        • 7delta says:

          Yeah, I know, eagledriver. Barry was there for the grand opening. 2021 was the projected date for the Islamization of the U.S., but something happened on the way to Shariah law being the law of the land. Thank God.


        • lvdancer says:

          There is a mosque about 2 miles from me. I’m thinking of moving.


    • dayallaxeded says:

      there is effectively no distinction between MB& Daesh. Just as there is no difference between the DNC & GOPe.

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    • shallbe4 says:

      Right you are Miss. The enemy of my enemy is my friend. I agree that the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas are working along side of ISIS.


  3. freddiel says:

    Dear Heavenly Father, we pray that you give strength to those who bore witness to these horrible atrocities and send your comforting Angels to all those affected. Father, have mercy on Your faithful servants. Help our governments to reign in this terror that has been unleashed upon this earth. Give us strength, Lord. We pray In the name of Jesus, Your Son, who gave His own life for us so that we may one day dwell in Your peaceful kingdom. Amen

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  4. sundance says:

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    • law4lifeblog says:

      Sundance, I have represented persecuted Coptic Christians seeking asylum for 15 years….they are the ancient people of Egypt….strong, brave, and devout. Today approaches the horror of the day ISIS lined those Copts up on the beach and executed them as they affirmed their faith in Christ. Thank you for covering it so strongly. Thank God for President Trump…..every Copt I know supported him.

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      • Mariposa 323 says:

        Exactly . Pray for the Copts . They are known as the martyr church throughout history , yet their faith remains stronger and grows. I prayed with them this Lent , they don’t deserve this ! Yes they have inspired and strengthened all of our faith . Their prayers are so strong , their youth can teach our youth how to pray with courage and fervor!

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      • eagledriver50 says:

        There is a Mass being offered for ALL Coptics at my church this coming Tuesday…Peace of the Father be with all who have suffered and died, in His Name…

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  5. sundance says:

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  8. Sayit2016 says:

    I received a very distressing call early this morning from a client who’s family lives in Tanta….this is pure devastation to this close knit community. This is so evil there are no words to fully express this horror and my anger that these animals just kill and kill….when does it stop ? May God bless, embrace and comfort his children, those lost and those spared that gathered to pray and worship him on Palm Sunday….I am absolutely heartsick…..

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  9. Lucille says:

    Our Father, we ask Your blessings upon President Donald Trump as he makes his way through the troubles of our time. May he seek Your guidance, gain discernment and wisdom, do what is right.

    We ask that President Fattah al-Sisi guides his people in the way You wish him to go, that he protects his people, gives comfort to the wounded and surviving of this act of terrorism. Give him courage.

    We ask that You bring Your supernatural peace to our brothers and sisters in Christ at this hour of persecution.

    We ask this in the Holy Name of Your Son, Jesus, Amen!

    – – – – – – – – – –


    Sovereign God,
    we worship You
    and we acknowledge that You know all of those
    who suffer in Your name.

    We remember those who are imprisoned for their faith
    and ask that they would join with the Apostle Paul
    to see that even though they remain captive,
    their chains have furthered the gospel,
    not frustrated it.

    May they inspire and embolden their fellow believers
    to speak the word of God more courageously and fearlessly.

    God of all comfort,
    for those who are tortured both in body and mind,
    give them the grace to endure
    and to see their suffering as part of following in Christ’s footsteps.

    Merciful God,
    for those asked to pay the ultimate price;
    who are martyred because of their love for You,
    may they truly know Christ
    and the power of His resurrection
    and the fellowship of sharing in His sufferings,
    becoming like Him in His death.

    Father God,
    for those who are widowed and orphaned
    may they know the comfort that comes from Your promised presence
    even when they walk through the valley.

    May they be strengthened by Your Spirit,
    enabling them to rejoice with the psalmist
    as they proclaim that the Lord will not abandon them in death.

    Heavenly Father,
    we ask that You would make us ever mindful of our brothers and sisters around the world
    who need us to stand with them
    as they suffer in Your name.

    Teach us what it means
    to overcome by the blood of the Lamb
    and by the word of our testimony;
    we pray that we would not love our lives so much as to shrink from death.
    O Lord, hear our prayer.

    – from Release International

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  10. Alison says:

    This is truly heartbreaking. I hope President Al-Sisi and his people understand how strongly we support them. I pray that together we are able to rid Egypt of the vilest of enemies Muslim Brotherhood/ISIS. Tentacles of evil over centuries of destruction.

    What is the reason(s) we are precluded from naming MB’hood as a terrorist organization?

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  11. hbaronaz says:

    When can we start killing off the muslims indiscriminally? They all deserve it for their belief in that ideology.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Joe Blow says:

      That is not God’s way. He is the only One who may take vengeance.

      We should be praying for all Muslims. They are lost just like all of us were once.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Mariposa 323 says:

        You are right Joe . Remember , the good Muslims are the ones who don’t know and follow the Koran . They are the lukewarm ones , the fervent believers are the minority but are radical and intolerant and intimidate the others . We need to pray for their conversion and stop pretending that reform of the religion is possible . Those who try to do so that are labeled heretics and are also targeted. Islam has a long history of eliminating the so called reformers .


      • Rudy Bowen says:

        Hell with that. Can’t take vengeance? Try me.
        No way I’ll ever ‘pray for moslems’. What a load of stinkin’ bs.


    • missmarple2 says:

      More would have been killed if a Muslim policeman hadn’t tried to stop the suicide bomber, losing his own life in the process.

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    • Linda says:

      I don’t know if you realize this, but in Muslim countries today, there are more people coming to Christ than in any western nation. Right now, Iran has a Christian community growing by 12% per year, highest in the world, even though they have to meet and spread the word underground. God loves Muslims every bit as much as he loves Americans or any other people. We should pray for these people, that their eyes are opened before it is too late, not hate them.

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    • Curry Worsham says:

      Take your hateful rhetoric elsewhere. All Muslims?

      Liked by 1 person

      • Buckeye Heathen says:

        “It is impossible to coexist with people who are sworn to kill you.”

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        • Buckeye Heathen says:

          Fight against those who believe not in Allah, nor in the Last Day, nor forbid that which has been forbidden by Allah and His Messenger and those who acknowledge not the religion of truth [i.e. Islam] among the people of the Book [Jews and Christians], until they pay the jizya with willing submission, and feel themselves subdued. (Sura 9:29)

          Kill the mushrikun [unbelievers] wherever you find them, and capture them and besiege them, and prepare for them each and every ambush. (Sura 9:5)


          • jello333 says:

            Yes, and those Muslims who believe that garbage are scary, and dangerous. But I’m sure you know there are similar commands (from God and his “messengers” no less) in the Old Testament of the Bible. And any Christians or Jews who believe in THAT garbage are scary and dangerous too. We’re just fortunate that those types of people are now exceedingly rare. But of course we’re UNfortunate that a far higher percentage of Muslims DO still believe their stone-age commands. What I’m saying is that while it’s true there are still far, far too many Muslims believing in their garbage, I’m certain there are some who do not. (Though of course they would not even be considered “true” Muslims by the fundies.)


  12. Summer says:

    Terrible. It is time to designate the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist organization and banish anyone affiliated with them.

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  13. Bull Durham says:

    What more proof need we to understand that this is an existential war on the Cross?
    The vilification of the Russians that last several days is just the megaphone of hate for Christians and the Civilization based on Christ’s teachings.

    All People of the Cross are marked, just as the Christian town protected by the Syrians near the airbase that was attacked by missiles has been targeted by ISIS. Just as the Uzbek bomber who attacked St. Petersburg and would have done worse if his other bomb was not defused before the timer went off.

    This is a War against Christians as much as it is a terrorist war to establish a Caliphate.
    Domination and liquidation of all who are not Wahhabis is their plan.

    On a beautiful Palm Sunday, massacres.

    And our TV programs were filled with warmongers and Russophobes today.
    Whose side are they on?

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    • Raven says:

      Sadly, the warmongers and Russophobes.


    • Grace Anne says:

      The war on the cross was settled when our Savoir was crucified and raised from the dead. Jesus did it all and satan was defeated. This is our Hallelujah moment! The war today is our loving God of life and love vs the defeated snake of deception and death. The spiritual battle prophesied in the Bible. Our enemy has always been our enemy. May we walk in the victory He has already given us. Hard to walk in victory with all the evil around us, but that is faith. The enemy has been defeated and it is time for God’s people to walk in power and authority over the defeated little snake.

      My heart does break for the atrocities done to innocent people. God will bless them, their families, their communities. Dark days make it harder to keep the faith. It is always a battle for our minds. Even in the darkest days, keep the faith. We our winners. We our victorious. God, the everlasting one,is on our side. Blessings to all you treepers. I am so thankful for all of you.

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  14. Joe says:

    Remember when we ALL bought into this?

    Fast forward to today…have you learned nothing from history?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Johnny says:

      Give us a clue Joe. Only so much time in a day.


      • Joe says:

        Did you watch the video, or just making a snide comment?


        • Johnny says:

          No. Not snide. Not even trying to be rude. Just ain’t got time to click on every vid posted. Give us an idea of what’s in it.

          I already spend a lot of time trying to keep u with news/info.

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          • Johnny says:

            keep uP with



            • Joe says:

              OK. Fair.

              Video of Netanyahu – a man I respect – telling the UN how stabilizing it will be for the ME to remove Saddam…2002.

              “Fast forward to today” The is too long to enumerate just how wrong we/me were.

              Culminates with today – CHRISTIANS – slaughtered by ISIS…THEY are our enemies.

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              • rvsueandcrew says:

                Thank you for the synopsis, Joe. Some of us try to conserve data and can’t open every video.

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              • Johnny says:

                Thank You Joe!

                And I apologize for being abrupt (maybe a little rude) I could have explained the reason in the first post.

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                • Joyful Noise says:

                  We all wish to be rid of warmongers. All of us desire peace just as Netanyahu stated his wishes for a better future by getting rid of Saddam Hussein. The Bible explains why this went wrong in Matthew 12: 43-46

                  When the unclean spirit is gone out of a man, he walketh through dry places, seeking rest, and findeth none. Then he saith, I will return into my house from whence I came out; and when he is come, he findeth it empty, swept, and garnished.
                  Then goeth he, and taketh with himself seven other spirits more wicked than himself, and they enter in and dwell there: and the last state of that man is worse than the first. Even so shall it be also unto this wicked generation.

                  This is why the situation in the Middle East is such a difficult situation. You can clean out evil to only have it replaced by something much worse. Our generation is empty without Jesus Christ.


  15. Pam says:

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  16. Michael says:

    How ironic. Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is the semordnilap of ISIS. May he succeed in removing that scourge.

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  17. Southern Son says:

    Satan SUCKS!

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  18. BG2 says:

    The threat isn’t radical Islam or Islamofascism, it’s simply Islam.

    How can anyone following the Koran be let into the USA unless they reject the Koranic teachings which instruct muslims to murder infidels, homosexuals, Jews, apostates and difficult women?

    Belief in the words of the Koran means you can never assimilate into a Western culture because you believe you should be killing us.

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    • Landslide says:

      There are many Muslims that are just Muslim by birth. They have never even read the Koran and do not adhere to much of anything in it—just cultural traditions such as diet, dress, etc. They are the ones that are as opposed to ISIS as much as we are. That’s not to say that there are only 2 types of Muslims. It is my understanding that they vary in degrees of their adherence to Islam. But I do know that there are many that are the “cultural Muslims” rather than “religious Muslims”. Maybe King Abdullah and al Sisi are in the cultural category.


      • BG2 says:

        You better ask the Imams, any number you like. You’ll get a different answer.
        Though watch the taqiyya, it cons those silly Westerners every time.
        If you don’t believe in the words of the Koran you are certainly not a muslim. If you state that in public you are an apostate muslim and should be murdered by “proper” Believers. A muslim cannot pick and choose the bits of the Koran he likes.

        Perhaps we need another muslim category of “mostly unbelieving but still a muslim”.
        Of course that would mean you are the aforementioned apostate……..

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      • 7delta says:

        I think you’re right that Muslims, like everyone else, hold to their “beliefs” in varying degrees of devoutness. It’s true most had no choice and apostasy is punishable by death. However, in a pinch, even an “atheist” Muslim would likely side with his family, friends, neighbors and Islam. Few are going to risk loss of life and everything he has. His only recourse is a complete severing of all ties and hiding for the rest of his life.

        Opposition to ISIS or to another sect doesn’t necessarily mean they don’t believe the same thing, with a few doctrinal variations that are irrelevant to how they see us. Nor, does it mean they won’t do the same things as ISIS, or another Islamic aggressor, when the table turns or that they won’t unite against an outside enemy.

        The problem is that we can’t evaluate Islam by where an individual Muslim falls on the devoutness spectrum. They, and the “neo-reformers” to rid Islam of violence, are irrelevant for how we understand Islam. Islamic doctrine is our only measure. The only consistently reliable sources about Islam are Mohammed and Allah. They are the foundation of Islamic doctrine.

        Once we understand the basic premises that due to the sanctioning of lying to infidels, a belief that war is deceit, the absence of a “golden rule” and that the obligation to jihad, conquest and violence to force Shariah is without question, we know where we stand and where Islam obligates Muslims to stand. Sadly, since we have no way to discern who’s benign and who is lying, trust is impossible. We can, however, trust that Islamic doctrine is the only officially recognized doctrine, that it’s mainstream Islam and that it makes all else irrelevant.


      • 7delta says:

        On last thing. You may be right about the possibility that King Abdullah and President el-Sisi are more cultural than strictly devout Muslims. I hope they are more open than Islamic doctrine demands.

        When I think about this possibility, I’m reminded that the late King Hussein of Jordan, Abdullah’s father, said, “There is no such thing as a secular Muslim. You are either Muslim or you’re not.” That carries a lot of meaning in the Islamic world. Abdullah is his own man, but I don’t know where he falls on the devoutness scale or whether he would risk an uprising from the devout by being too secular.

        I’ve read el-Sisi had a Christian mother. He may have less inner conflict in being and governing in a more secular way. I don’t know that either, but I hope and pray.


  19. MIKE says:

    So tired of the obvious being masked by political optics. Highly paid elected “officials” treating cair as some kind of legitimate entity here is disgraceful and deadly.
    Dear Lord
    Please grant us the strength to combat evil
    Let not these children of yours
    Wither in vain.

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  20. miketrivi says:

    Egypt was once a Coptic Christian nation. But, because of Islam, they are now minorities in their own country. Eventually, they will be no more and Egypt will be 100% muslim.


  21. Howie says:

    Sisi should just take out the Obamabros.

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    • missmarple2 says:

      You know, I was watching Fox News the night Sisi drove the Muslim Brotherhood out of power. Fox had a Sky News feed and there was a British reporter standing by the Muslim Brotherhood HQ when the Egyptian Army raided it.

      They let the poor people in the neighborhood take the furniture, but the Army guys carried out boxes and boxes of documents plus computers.

      I have always wondered if Sisi got the goods on Obama from those files. Especially because a sale of jets which Obama had stopped was suddenly allowed to go ahead.

      ,I hope when he visited he brought some files of special interest to President trump.

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    • benifranlkin says:

      he will,,,many already in prison with Morsi who is in for life i think. there will be a purge of thousands more over the next 3 months. al sisi won’t hesitate to kill them….they probably prefer it to Egyptian prison which rivals that of the Mexican prison…

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  22. alliwantissometruth says:

    Yes, pray. Pray for those killed & wounded. Pray for the children born into the death cult & pray for the carnage to stop

    But one thing is clear, until the time comes where the decent people on this earth become just as cruel, just as ruthless & just as savage in fighting the death cult they’re dealing with, it won’t stop

    Any one that believes God wants us to show tolerance is absolutely wrong

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  23. andi lee says:

    Ever more reason for our government to designate the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorism organization.

    Revisit the “HolyLand” case for the financiers of MB in the US and account for their actions, which was never addressed by the courts.


  24. Sepp says:

    The writer of the Facing Islam blog always has excellent posts with a no-nonsense view of islam and what it does to its adherents and to the rest of us.

    His post about the attack on Egyptian Christians poses the big question to muslims.


  25. andi lee says:

    Dang if he ain’t trying…

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  26. Howie says:

    Take out the Muslim Obamahood

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  27. Mariposa 323 says:

    So sad the attack took place during the coptic hymms and praise , beautiful chanting .
    Here is a video of a sample and some of the beautiful coptic art .

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  28. Aqua says:

    Saying prayers for all those hurt today. My heart goes out to Egypt. It’s hard to know what to say in the face of such evil. But I hope we are able to see Isis crushed out, destroyed for good. It’s hard to maintain friendships with the blathering idiots who still think global warming is a bigger worry than Isis.

    Stay strong, Egypt.

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  29. andi lee says:

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    • Kemal Ataturk, founder of modern Turkey wanted that building to be secular – a museum recognizing and honoring the once-Christian – Hagia Sophia, pronounced Haya Sofia, or St. Sophia in English Cathedral and later, a mosque. It was weird being there just a few years ago. To me, the symbols clashed mightily.

      Erdogan is taking a big chance with that move to hold a Muslim prayer service there, Maggie. There must already have been a change in the constitution. As I’ve mentioned before, the statues of the secularist, pro-Western Ataturk, which used to be everywhere in Turkey, have been disappearing steadily over the past few years. Not a good sign.


  30. WeThePeople2016 says:

    This is just so terrible to see. They were there to honor and worship the start of one of the most significant holy weeks in Christianity. Some were still holding their palm branches but had the look of terror on their faces. One report said this morning that ISIS tried to attack one of the churches a year ago in March without success. May God be with the people of Egypt and also with their military and with their Leader.

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  31. BG2 says:

    The Copts better arm themselves.
    The only thing worse than a murderous Islamofascist is a Christian who turns the other cheek. Martyrs deserve what they get.


  32. aprilyn43 says:

    Islam bloody Islam on display for all to see! The religion of death & destruction, the religion of Satan aka Allah strikes again.
    Now we wil hear CAIR, the Liberal left & the Liberal Propaganda News Media (LPNM) cry that hate crimes against Muslims are occurring!
    The cry from Muslims will be they, “called me a name .. pulled my hajib .. gave me dirty looks .. pushed me .. intimidated me .. I was afraid, harassed”. The cry by Muslims that they are the victims will rise up & the LPNM will do PR for the most “intolerant & hate filled pseudo-religion” in the world … Islam.

    I am so sick of this I just can’t stand it! Yes, things have been somewhat better under the government of al Sisi, but the Christian persecution in Egypt is still bloody & real.
    Plus, al Sisi’s mother was a Christian, who married a Muslim; which is why if there is any mercy, love or humanity in al Sisi its due to her, not Islam.

    Trump MUST declare the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization here in America! I know there are those that have urged him to hold off. But the truth is Obama planted “key” Muslim Brotherhood ppl in every “Key” part of our government, intelligence, military, NSA. AND, this real threat of the Muslim Brotherhood must be neutralized .. It must be dealt with.
    The organization CAIR is the uninvited co-conpiritor in the Holy Land trial of 2007. Nihad Awad heads CAIR & they are always front & center, forcing city, state & federal government officials to check for hate crimes against Muslims, which is a farse!
    The real hate crime perpetrators are Muslims forcing this ideology of Hate & Intolerance on Christians here in America.
    Our governments, our schools, our zoning boards … every way, area of the America way of life is being challenged by this “civilization jihad” which pseudo-peaceful Muslims are forcing on us. And I for one want it ended .. NOW!

    I support Trump but I want the Muslim Brotherhood declared a “Terrorist Organizaion”.
    Enough is enough, “Stop” with the Islamophobia insanity already – Muslims following the mandates of the Quran ARE killing us !! What we’re doing & saying is “Self Defense”.

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    • LoveofUSA says:

      And Sharia Law needs to be outlawed here in the USA at all level of our government-and I mean all level. No exceptions. Sharia Law is NOT compatible with our U.S. Constitution.
      If they don’t like it, they can leave and go back to any country that does have it. Out!

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      • jello333 says:

        Agreed. “Religious freedom” is all fine and good…. UNTIL it starts to affect the lives and safety of others. At that point, NO! You want THAT kind of “religious freedom”, take it elsewhere!

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  33. Guffman says:

    The time has come to deal with these evil butchers seriously (and I don’t mean Obama red-line serious) and without mercy. It’s the only way you can fight an enemy who themselves have no mercy. Otherwise they’ll win.
    Political correctness must be done away with. It has allowed these savages to grow their strength and numbers, and they know this and feed off it. Prisons are no good – death is all they understand so let them all die as martyrs and be done with them.
    I hope Al Sisi (with any international support he needs) is ruthless and scours his country to rid it of this inhuman disease within Islam.

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    • In AZ says:

      You are correct.
      The only way to deal with Daesh is show no mercy.
      The only way to deal with the Communist Left is show no mercy.


  34. BG2 says:

    Why doesn’t every “moderate” Western based Imam stand up and tell the Islamofascists “you are not going to heaven, this jihad nonsense is straight up ritualised murder”. Why? Because they agree with it, every one…whether he says so openly or not.
    Why do we import such people….. as if it’s compulsory?


  35. jello333 says:

    I can only think of one type of punishment that could possibly influence (and slow recruitment) of these ISIS things, which I’ve mentioned here before. I won’t say it again right now, but I really think it would be effective (and no, it’s not torture… per se). But please, Don, if you know what I’m talking about, please consider this.

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  36. nkmommy says:

    Has President Trump issued a statement about this Palm Sunday massacre in Egypt?


  37. vincent cuomo says:

    Trump should declare the Muslim brotherhood a terrorist organization and finish them off in Iraq and Syria; he put Assad in his place and now he should put the Muslim brotherhood and ISIS in their place, which is hell.

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  38. usayes says:

    PLEASE read this article that appeared in the WSJ a few days ago – IMHO remarkable insights:


  39. SharkFL says:



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