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Was Armanious Family killed by Muslims?

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Submitted by Gamaliel Isaac (United States), Dec 12, 2005 at 16:04

The following is an item from the Associated Press

"JERSEY CITY, N.J. Mar 4, 2005 — The upstairs tenant of an Egyptian Christian family found slain in their home in January and another man have been charged in the killings, and authorities said Friday the motive was robbery, not religious fanaticism.

Two men already on parole for drug offenses pleaded not guilty to four counts of murder in the Jan. 11 killing of the Armanious family, which had caused tension between Christians and Muslims in New Jersey. "
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