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Our dear Mina and the Copts and how about the recent massacre at Nag Hammadi?

Reader comment on item: Rethinking the Egypt-Israel "Peace" Treaty
in response to reader comment: 7aram 3alik

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 26, 2010 at 17:17

Our dear Mina wrote

>shame on you man you cant be a christian nor an egyptian i am a christian egyptian and stop this sayings you say , actually i almost all my neighbors are muslims and we live in peace or you can say we are more than brothers and you can see if you come to egypt i also have lots of muslim brothers come on man ... people like you are the ones who increase the gaps between muslims and christians in everywhere and are really with israel to live in peace but does it leave the pelastenians to live in peace such people cant be humans shame on you man may jesus forgive you why just leave us live in peace would you?

Listen: I'm not a Copt or an Egyptian for this matter but to say that all is OK with the Copts in Egypt is nothing short of fraud

So how about the massacre at Nag Hammadi and how about el-Kasheh? It is either that you are ignorant of such atrocities or you are in denial so which one is it and stop being a dhimmi


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