Sectarian Clashes Continue in Alexandria for the third day, One Muslim Dies
As the Egyptian official media continue to confirm that the entire incident of Good Friday attacks on churches in Alexandria is because of a mentally ill person, clashes continue between Muslims and Christians there.
Official papers today continued to confirm that the doer is mentally ill person and reported a vague story about another mentally ill person who attacked a mosque in Mansura. The story is meant to cover the sad events of Alexandria.
Today is the second day after Good Friday attacks and clashes are continuing between Christians and Muslims with sticks and stones. Cars are being torched.
The illogical vague explanation and handling of the Egyptian official media and the government to the Alexandria violence is not helping any party. In fact, it leaves lots of unanswered questions and rooms for rumors to flame more violence.
Some other funny official stories blamed Friday violence on Denmark's Muhammed Cartoons. Should we understand that if they were not published Egyptian Copts would have enjoyed equal rights and full-fledged citizenhip? The easiest way to escape taking responsibility and taking responsibility seriously is to lay the blame on others.
The Copts' statements are critical of the Egyptian government handling of the security arrangements last Friday. Statements condemned the lack of responsibility of the police. Their statements overrule the official press statements of many untrue stories about the events. The government resort to security solutions to Coptic persecution problems in Egypt proved its failure after Good Friday attacks.
Today, a Muslim died. Yesterday, Copts buried the first victim of Good Friday attacks, 67, who was stabbed in what Copts called organized terrorist acts.
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