With 100 massacred in five months, leaving vengeance to the Lord is getting harder for Copts.
JAYSON CASPER IN CAIRO
They couldn't even wash their dead. Thirty Coptic Christians were gunned down by ISIS, ambushed in a church bus on a weekend outing to a popular monastery in the Egyptian desert. Their families gathered to receive their loved ones in a local hospital, but were met with a mixture of ill-equipped facilities and overwhelmed staff. They even had to fetch their own water. As if another reason was necessary, Coptic anger turned the funeral march into a protest. continue reading >>