“The Muslim Brotherhood has come out and condemned the attacks, but what it hasn’t done yet is crack down on the anti-Christian rhetoric that fuels this type of violence.”
“Attacks on Christians by Islamic militants rise in Egypt,” by Clarissa Ward forÂ CBS News, October 30:
(CBS News) CAIRO – A top leader of the Muslim Brotherhood was arrested Wednesday by the military government. It’s part of theÂ crackdown on the Brotherhood, which advocates a strict Islamic government. Essam El-Erian went into hiding when theÂ military ousted President Mohammed Morsi. Since then, Islamic militants have stepped up attacks on Christians.
Of course. Who else would it be but those whom the Qur’an dubs the worst enemies of the Muslims (5:82)?
“Morsi from jail: Our troubles serve Israeli interests,” by Roi Kais forÂ Ynet News, November 3 (thanks to JW)
At an impasse. “Egypt’s ousted President Mursi goes on trial and challenges the court,” fromÂ Al Arabiya, November 4:
Ousted Egyptian President Mohammad Mursi sought to appear “presidential” when he went on trial Monday at a makeshift court inside the Cairo Police Academy in the east of Cairo.