"Muslim people are influenced by imams and Muslim extremists and do not act rationally but by instinct."

“Freedom & Democrazy” for Muslims Means Open Season on Christians

Muslims burn Christian Coptic houses in Al-Rahmanya village-Nag Hammadi in Epiphany 19/1/2012

Update from Pamela:

Muslim beating of pregnant Coptic woman leads to riot – Only Christians arrested


It’s being reported by the Catholic news agency Asia Newsthat in the predominantly Coptic Christian Egyptian village of Ezbet Jacob Bebawi, a Muslim youth who was apparently angry over the pending installation of a new church bell in the town’s Coptic church, took out his frustration by beating a young (and very pregnant) Coptic woman.
And as a group of Christian men came to her rescue, they were attacked by a mob of Muslim men armed with iron bars and farm tools (scythes and sickles?).
When Egyptian security forces eventually stopped the fighting, only Christians were arrested, to include a weapons possession charge against the husband of the woman who was initially attacked
Asia News cites an unnamed source as stating, “[Muslim] people are influenced by imams and Muslim extremists and do not act rationally but by instinct.”
And that instinct is… what, again?
Oh, that’s right. Beat up a pregnant woman.

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  1. Egypt: Muslim mob chanting “Allahu akbar” torches Christian homes and shops
    Will the Islamophobia never end?

    “Muslims in Egypt Burn Christian Homes and Shops, Attack Church,” by Mary Abdelmassih for AINA, January 20 (thanks to Pamela Geller):

    (AINA) — A Muslim mob attacked Copts today in the Upper Egyptian village of Rahmaniya-Kebly, Nag Hammadi, Qena province, destroying and torching their homes, straw huts and shops, while chanting Allahu Akbar. No one was reported killed or injured (video). According to reports, security forces were present but did not intervene and the fire brigade arrived 90 minutes late.
    An eye-witness said that a straw hut belonging to a Copt was torched to clear the area for a mosque. There are more than 300 mosques in the village and one church.

    According to Coptic residents, the reason behind the violence was the parliamentary elections. The Salafists wanted to prevent Copts, who number more than 50% of the inhabitants (20,000), from voting because they intended to vote for two moderate Muslims and not the Salafi candidates. “No Copt from Rahmaniya-Kebly was able to vote today, so the Salafists will win the elections,” said a witness. Copts were forcefully prevented from voting.

    US-based WAY TV, which covered live today’s Rahmaniya attacks, called commander Osama, head of security at Rahmaniya, who said “everything was OK” — despite live pictures on TV of the burning homes. Joseph Nasralla of WAY TV spoke to security and made them aware that the videos of the fires were being broadcast in the U.S. and Middle East, which caused the immediate dispatch of security vehicles. By late evening the violence had stopped.

    Joseph Nasralla is the courageous human rights activist who has spoken at our AFDI/SIOA Freedom Rallies at Ground Zero on September 11, 2010 and September 11, 2011.

    In another incident today, a large number of Salafis and members of the Muslim Brotherhood entered the Abu Makka church, in Bahteem, Shubra-el-Khayma, Qaliubia province, and informed the congregation that the church has no licence and no one should pray in it. One Muslim said the 1300 square meter church would be suitable for a mosque and a hospital….

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