January 16, 2014

Christian Coptic Kids Terrorized in Egypt

Ray Ibrahim, The Commentator

The Associated Press

Another Coptic Christian child was recently kidnapped in Egypt, raising fears about his safety after the torture and murder of other kidnapped children whether the ransom is ultimately paid or not, according to reports from rights groups.

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TAGGED: Terrorism, Egypt, Coptic Christians

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