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Following Egyptian president’s visit, gunmen attack Christian home

Catholic World News - October 08, 2012

Hours after Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi assured the Christians in the North Sinai city of Rafah that attacks on them “will not happen again,” gunmen opened fire on a Christian’s home.

“What happened is an individual case which represents neither Egypt nor its children, Muslim or Christian,” Morsi had said, referring to a previous attack on a Christian-owned store. “It's crime for which the perpetrators must be held responsible.”

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