Egypt Palm Sunday attacks: reports and analysis

Apr 13, 2017 by

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Over 30 killed in Palm Sunday attack in Egypt, from Global Christian News

Egypt’s Palm Sunday massacre is an attack on Christianity, Damian Thompson, Spectator

Egyptian President declares three days of mourning, by Hassan John, Global Christian News

Are we about to see the extinction of Christianity in Egypt, by Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith, Catholic Herald

There is a war on Christianity. The West must stop being scared to say so, by Tim Stanley, Telegraph

The Palm Sunday massacre targeted Pope Tawadros II – why the media silence? By Archbishop Cranmer

Attack shows ISIS’ new plan: divide Egypt by killing Christians, by Declan Walsh, New York Times

Egypt church attacks: congregations ‘won’t celebrate Easter’ after twin Palm Sunday bombings, by Bethan McKernan, Independent

The Palm Sunday attacks in Egypt are horrid, but they too will fail, by Nate Madden, Conservative Review

Open Doors report and resources for prayer

Victims of church bombings in Egypt need you, from Barnabas Fund

Anglicans join global wave of solidarity after Palm Sunday Coptic bombings, ACNS

Piers Morgan Asks Why U.S. Media Won’t Cover Christian Genocide By Radical Muslims, Daily Wire

‘Religious establishment not serious at all’ about changing anti-Christian sentiment learnt in mosques – The Tablet

Security stepped up at churches in Egypt as Easter approaches by Ruth Gledhill, Christian Today

 Egypt’s shaken Copts mark Good Friday after double bombing, BBC

Forgiveness: Muslims Moved as Coptic Christians Do the Unimaginable, Christianity Today

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