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  • The Scriptorium

    8/19/2013

    Islamist mob parades nuns in Cairo as prisoners of war after six hours looting church school

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 10:25 am

    The Muslim Brotherhood needs to be destroyed. Yet, we have a weak President who wants to play nice to both sides. He considers people who burn Christian churches and torture defenseless nuns allies. He’s on the side of Islamic jihadists and always has been.

    A mob marched nuns through the battle-torn streets of Cairo ‘like prisoners of war’ in the latest outrage against Egypt’s Christian minority.

    Sister Manal, principal of a Franciscan school in suburban Cairo, watched for six hours as a mob looted the building, knocked the cross off the gate and replaced it with a black banner resembling the flag of Al Qaeda.

    The classrooms were then burned to the ground and the women taken away, attracting a crowd of abusive onlookers.

    Police told Sister Manal that the nuns had been targeted by hardline Islamists, convinced that they had given Muslim children an inappropriate education.

    ‘We are nuns. We rely on God and the angels to protect us,’ she said. ‘At the end, they paraded us like prisoners of war and hurled abuse at us as they led us from one alley to another without telling us where they were taking us.’

    Siblings Wardah and Bedour, two Christian women employed by the school, also found themselves having to fight their way through the mob while being groped, hit and insulted by the extremists.

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