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Egypt mosque attack: Militants bomb Sufi mosque in Sinai

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Egypt mosque attack: Militants bomb Sufi mosque in Sinai

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Re: Egypt mosque attack: Militants bomb Sufi mosque in Sinai

Postby Canuck2 » Fri Nov 24, 2017 8:07 pm

People stop being creative in their conspiracy theories, they became lazy or simply don’t care anymore.

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Re: Egypt mosque attack: Militants bomb Sufi mosque in Sinai

Postby AyubD » Sat Nov 25, 2017 1:09 am

I despise beta el-Sisi but wish him success in eradicating these terrorists. Cowards.

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Re: Egypt mosque attack: Militants bomb Sufi mosque in Sinai

Postby X.Playa » Sat Nov 25, 2017 1:22 am

Good. The more dead Arabs the better for humanity. Frankly I hope the Americans or the Jews nuke them and send them express to their Mohammed Akbar land.

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Re: Egypt mosque attack: Militants bomb Sufi mosque in Sinai

Postby Basra- » Sat Nov 25, 2017 9:23 am

It was Friday prayers. They are people of paradise.

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Re: Egypt mosque attack: Militants bomb Sufi mosque in Sinai

Postby Canuck2 » Sat Nov 25, 2017 11:30 am

It was Friday prayers. They are people of paradise.
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Re: Egypt mosque attack: Militants bomb Sufi mosque in Sinai

Postby DalJecel60 » Sat Nov 25, 2017 1:22 pm

It was Friday prayers. They are people of paradise.
They were Sufis so... :stylin:

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Re: Egypt mosque attack: Militants bomb Sufi mosque in Sinai

Postby AyubD » Sat Dec 02, 2017 10:05 pm

In the face of such tragedy, Egyptian rulers stage a politicized children play. New low for the dictator el-Sisi. No way this could happen without government approval.


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Egypt school play imitates Sinai mosque attack, blames Qatar, Turkey

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An Egyptian school caused controversy this week when it dramatised the Sinai mosque attack of last week, with children acting as the victims and perpetrators, according to Al-Masry Al-Youm.

The school in Egypt’s Dakahlia province performed the play on Tuesday to an audience of younger students and teachers. It featured children acting as bloody corpses on the ground and as militants, depicted as holding the flags of Qatar, Turkey, Israel and Iran, implying the states were responsible for the incident.

The outrage sparked on social media has mainly centred on the school forcing children to take a stance on issues of a political and graphic nature. Education’s Ministry spokesperson Ahmed Khairi has since clarified that the department had not authorised the school to organise the play, and that the school’s director has been removed from her position.

Some 27 children were killed in last Friday’s attack, the deadliest in Egypt’s recent history that killed over 300 people and injured 128.

So far no group has claimed responsibility; however Egyptian authorities claim that the gunmen were carrying a Daesh flag.

Following the bloody attack, social media activists have launched an attack against Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi criticising his “failure to provide the security to Egypt despite all the powers and authorities he had obtained”.

Egypt has been battling a Daesh insurgency since mid-2013, when Mohamed Morsi, Egypt’s first democratically-elected president, was ousted and imprisoned in a military coup. Since then, hundreds of Egyptian security personnel have been killed in attacks across Sinai, especially in the peninsula’s volatile north-eastern quadrant, which shares borders with both Israel and the besieged Gaza Strip.

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Friday’s attack was a shift for Sinai militants who have mostly focused on targeting police and soldiers on the peninsula. Since December 2016 they have also begun hitting Coptic Christian churches and pilgrims on the mainland.

Following the attack, Turkey announced that Monday would be a day of national mourning with flags flying at half-mast.

The Egyptian government has been critical of Qatar, which it is boycotting, and Turkey for their alleged support of terrorism. Both states deny the accusation, but recent months have seen the two countries frequently referred to as financiers of militants in the Egyptian media.

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Re: Egypt mosque attack: Militants bomb Sufi mosque in Sinai

Postby abodu » Sun Dec 03, 2017 12:12 pm

Salafi scum. Sufis are the only true Muslims. Salafi filth are doing everything to undermine Islam with their perverted version. But day by day Muslims are wising up to this filthy cult.


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