Deadly Bomb Hits Egyptian Church at New Year's Mass
by UNCENSORED NEWS
| January 1, 2011 at 06:09 am
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Another holiday of church goers spoiled by the escapade of a car bombing to resemble terrorism at its worst scenario. Hundreds of people were affected by the traumatic event which left many injured and others dead. Outside a Christian church on New Years Eve lay a remote control car bomb set to explode as the church was let out. What country is responsible for this CIA endeavor? I suspect we shall never know unless the investigators are equipped with bomb sensitizing information and product parts lists supplying the bomb in the decoy. It's a shame that these things continue to mar the reputation of loving religious families who seek to get along in churches. Religion has always been tainted to be the cause of war and disharmony. The truth of the matter is that religion is the only means to bring conformity and hope to a group of followers. It doesn't matter what religion people worship, it matters that they do find time to believe that there is a God that protects those who believe in what is good. Until the Anti-Christ is brought to his knees there will only be death among soldiers and devastation among children and peace will continue to be a word from the dictionary. What if the bombing is a method to control the countries government to hop on the bandwagon fighting Al-Qaida? What if its a means to an end which is necessary? It seems that death and destruction should never be the means to peace. And since there is no outward reason for the bombing, it should be speculated that the method is only propaganda in its finest fashion. Tearing down the walls of babylon might stall the inevitable but building them back up should make them stronger.
A powerful bomb exploded in front of a crowded Coptic Christian church a half hour into the New Year early Saturday, hitting worshippers emerging from a holiday Mass in the Egyptian city of Alexandria and killing at least 21 people in an attack that raised suspicions of an al-Qaida role. The attack came in the wake of repeated threats by al-Qaida militants in Iraq to attack Egypt's Christians. A direct al-Qaida hand in the bombing would be a dramatic development, as Egypt's government has long denied that the terror network has a significant presence in the country. Al-Qaida in Iraq has already been waging a campaign of violence against Christians in that country. Police initially said the blast came from an explosives-packed car parked outside the Saints Church in the Mediterranean port city. But the Interior Ministry later said it was more likely from a suicide bomber who blew himself up among the crowd.