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Village of Dalga, Egypt

Muslims in Egypt, in 2014, in the village of Dalga, murdered a Christian man right in front of his son by riddling his body with bullets, then they dragged his body to the mosque. When they arrived at the mosque, they tied his body to a tractor and then mutilated the corpse as they screamed “Allahu Akbar!”

Hours later he was buried in the local cemetery, but on the next day, the Muslims took his body and dragged it through the streets and mutilated him. Most bizarrely they did this three times a day, in a very demonic and diabolical ritual. The victim was running a local barber shop, and the Muslims attacked him while he was working in the business, and they also burned the shop down. The victim’s son, Boutrous, recounted the entire story:

"We were at work when we heard Muslims were burning churches… Leaders in the mosques were telling Muslims to attack Christians and kill them… They broke into the shop, took everything and burned the place down They caught my father and shot him multiple times. Then they dragged his body to the mosque… When they reached the mosque they tied his body to a tractor and dragged him through the village again… The next day some people dug up his body and dragged it through the village again. They did this three times that day… We have no money, no clothes, no job, our home is destroyed, and our business is destroyed."

The life of the Christian in Egypt is one in which death can come at any time. Anba Macarius, head bishop of Minya’s Coptic Church, described how the Muslims have destroyed many churches, Christian organization and businesses, and how dangerously volatile the Christian life is:

"Three hundred homes, 100 businesses, 15 churches and about 10 Christian organizations were destroyed in my province…Christians in Egypt are expecting death at any time… I thank the Lord I am still alive but I am like anybody else in Minya, we all face dangers. My life is not more precious than any other soul in Minya"

 

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Maria Perez

reports on the Highbridge section of Bronx. Before enrolling in Columbia’s journalism school, she reported for some of the most widely circulated Spanish newspapers (ABC, El Mundo), as well as for Agencia EFE newswire and the British Medical Journal, covering local news, social issues, science, health, culture and the environment. Born in Madrid, she graduated from a Madrid university in law and journalism and she also holds an MBA. Before coming to the USA, she lived in Spain, the United Kingdom and Israel.