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Egypt Copt found decapitated in Sinai: Security
A kidnapped Coptic Christian man is found decapitated in North Sinai Thursday, says Egyptian security officials
AFP , Thursday 11 Jul 2013
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A Coptic Christian man was found decapitated on Thursday in Egypt's Sinai peninsula five days after he was kidnappped by gunmen, security officials and witnesses told AFP.
 
The man was found with his hands and feet bound and his head severed in the Sheikh Zuwayed area of north Sinai, they said.
 
A security official said "extremist groups" had captured the man on Saturday, the same day that a Coptic priest was killed.
 
Analysts had highlighted the danger of extremists exploiting tensions and unrest across Egypt since the military overthrew Islamist president Mohamed Morsi last week.
 
The Sinai has been plagued by security problems since early 2011 when president Hosni Mubarak was ousted.
 
Hardcore Islamist militants have used the sparsely populated north of the peninsula as a launching pad for attacks on security forces.


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Bazaza
12-07-2013 02:30am
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Isn't the problem in Egypt the economy?
Can't see why some people in Egypt just cannot focus on the current problems. Killing Copts will only make things worse. Hatred breeds only hatred and never solved any problems or made any nation any stronger or richer. Focus on the problems in Egypt today!!!
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