Persecution in Egypt

Coptic Christians and a Muslim security guard were killed in the town of Nag Hammadi in Quena province, Egypt when gunmen opened fire on churchgoers leaving a Christmas Eve service. The shooting was reportedly in retaliation for the alleged rape of a Muslim girl by a Christian man, which sparked violence several months earlier. One Hundred Huntley Street reporter Bridget Antwi spoke to Father Marcos Marcos of the St. Mark's Orthodox Church in Toronto and The Voice of the Martyrs Canada's Greg Musselman about the attack and about why Christians are persecuted in Egypt.

March 09, 2010
Length: 9:30
From Crossroads Christian Communications

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