Three members of a Coptic Christian family in Upper Egypt were attacked outside their home by a dagger-wielding Muslim man, leaving one son in critical condition. Morning Star News , a leading persecution monitoring nonprofit news outlet, has reported on the case of Shinoda Aziz. According to news reports , the suspect, known only as Ali M, approached the Coptic family while they were sitting outside in front of their home on Sunday night. The suspect is accused of telling the family that they should not sit outside because no Christians are allowed outside.
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Egypt's ex-military president, who unseated the Muslim Brotherhood, is criticized for curbing rights and freedoms. But criminalizing blasphemy is popular. February 18, In a shaky, brief video shot in dim light, a boy kneels, raising his hands as if in supplication, and imitates a prayer. Another ambles over and pantomimes slicing his throat. The boys giggle and a voice off camera scolds them. The video, made by five Egyptian teenagers goofing off in their hotel room while on a field trip, is a reenactment of sorts of the beheading of 20 Egyptian Christians by the Islamic State in Libya in February
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The oppression of believers in Egypt reached new heights of devastation on May 27, , when gunmen seized a bus of Coptic Christians on their way to pray at a monastery. The gunmen demanded that the believers renounce their Christian faith. When the Christians refused, they shot them, killing 29 passengers, including young children, and injuring a further 25 people. The brutal violence is the latest in a series of attacks on Coptic Christians since December,