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FRONTPAGEMAG.COM 26 July 2013
By Raymond Ibrahim
- Before Egypt’s President Muhammad Morsi was ousted, April was one of the worst months for Christian Copts there
On April 5 near Cairo, when a longstanding feud between a Christian family and a Muslim family—based on male Muslims sexually harassing Christian girls—culminated in the violent deaths of six Christians, including two of the participants, a Christian and a Muslim, being set on fire, local Muslims went on another "collective punishment” spree.
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Times of India 7 July 2013
By Law Kumar Mishra & Abdul Qadir, TNN
Terror struck the temple town of Bodh Gaya in Bihar, as nine serial explosions rocked the Mahabodhi Temple complex on Sunday morning
GAYA: Two tourists, including a monk from Myanmar, have been injured in the blasts. The injured are being treated at the Anugrah Narain Magadh Medical College hospital. Union home secretary Anil Goswami confirmed that the Bodh Gaya blasts were a terror attack. Bihar Police suspect the involvement of Indian Mujahideen in the temple blasts.
Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar strongly condemned the serial blasts in and around the temple and demanded deployment of the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) to protect the world famous Buddhist shrine.
"The serial blasts deserve strongest condemnation in strongest possible words as the perpetrators targeted the place of religious faith of crores of people with an aim to create fear among them," he told reporters after inspecting the blast sites at the Mahabodhi temple and surrounding areas in Gaya district with senior civil and police officials.
Turkey's ongoing domestic unrest creates additional obstacles to the Kurdistan Regional Government's (KRG) plans to export oil through an independent pipeline