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Yes, I have pointed that out several times that the Coptic Church isn't Christian, but does that mean they aren't suppose to have freedom to practice their peculiar religion?
This rebellion in Egypt will be worse than Mubarak, if they don't have something like,
First Amendment - Religion and Expression
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Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
and then have it enforced. Unfortunately, I don't see anything like that in the Iraqi or Afghan Constitutions either.
Mohamed wrote: Father Cherubim Awad , that guy is a LAYER, he himself said to the Egyptian newspapers like (AlWafd) that Salafis are not responsible for that attack against Imbaba's church and that they are (peaceful people), the fathers of coptic church are insincere and they want to rise the sedition in Egypt
It is very hard to know who to believe when we is listen to various sources of Media. Unless one lives in the nation spoken of where these things are occurring, we tend to see it from our own national perspective. It is all we know after all, unless we have traveled or have international friends.
I did find your input interesting related to some of my own concerns. My concerns are based on what I have observed in the east and what I believe from the Bible.
Father Cherubim Awad , that guy is a LAYER, he himself said to the Egyptian newspapers like (AlWafd) that Salafis are not responsible for that attack against Imbaba's church and that they are (peaceful people), the fathers of coptic church are insincere and they want to rise the sedition in Egypt
"Salafis and even the once-banned Gamaa Islamiya, which was responsible for terrorist attacks on tourists in the 1990s, have been more prominent since the downfall of Mr Mubarak, announcing they would back candidates at forthcoming elections."
Looks like Egypt may be heading to a more extreme type of Islamic governance!!