No Incidents of Violence during Coptic Christmas Celebrations

This is a syndicated post from ZENIT - The World Seen From Rome. [Read the original article...]

Initial reports out of Egypt show that Christmas, celebrated by Coptic Christians on January 7, has come and gone without incidents of violence. In recent years, violent attacks have been made against Churches during the Christmas celebrations, most notably in January 2011 when 24 were killed by a car bomb as the…

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