The Egyptian armyâ€™s killing of 27 peopleâ€”including at least 23 Christiansâ€”who were protesting the burning of a church building has removed any respect most Egyptians had for the transitional military government, according to Christian human rights activists in the country.
The activists, along with members of Egyptian churches, said that the attack and the subsequent denial of any wrongdoing by the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) has taken away any credibility the army had among Christians, moderate Muslims and â€śsecularists.â€ť
Instead of assuming any responsibility for the killings, the military blamed unidentified â€śenemies of the nation.â€ť...
its those Wahhabis at it again.... should look into the perversions they have there, assaulting women, as we've read about in Egypt is only some of it.... this is what I think of when I hear Syrian rebels, boys, who knows who they belong to or what kind of things are being done to them, brought in and paid, these boys, who McC calls "freedom fighters" -- it is not Egypt losing its credibility -- its the wah team striking again.
the antimorsi crowd held signs asking us to stay out of their business, can you blame them, their kids would've been the next round of "Syrian" rebels -- at least that's what the protesters were saying, they didn't want to be in this wahh/globalist thing going on around the world.... the American church is so controlled, not getting information, scoffing off the persecution because their leaders will lose too much to recognize what we've become. they need to repent.
the gospel mantle will be passed to those who will keep their testimony. the way I see it, between liberal sodomy here, and the same kinds of activities going on in these freedom fighters, the Holy Spirit may send out anyone left who loves Christ to dust their feet off the mainstream evangelical churches of America.