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Eksplozija ispred koptske crkve
1. januar 2011. | 11:42 -> 12:28 | Izvor: Tanjug Kairo -- U eksploziji bombe ispred koptske crkve u egipatskom gradu Aleksandriji oko ponoći je poginula najmanje 21 osoba, a 43 su ranjene, saopštila je policija.




U egipatskom Ministarstvu unutrašnjih poslova smatraju da je za napad odgovoran bombaš-samoubica iz inostranstva.

Eksplozija nije izazvana ni iz jednog od automobila uništenih u eksploziji, kako se prvobitno pretpostavljalo, već je, kako pretpostavljaju u policiji, eksploziv nosio sa sobom bombaš-samoubica koji je poginuo s drugim žrtvama.

Ministarstvo unutrašnjih poslova je ranije saopštilo da je eksplozivna naprava bila podmetnuta u automobilu parkiranom ispred crkve.

Stotine hrišćana isprovocirani napadom izašli su na ulice da bi protestovali, dok su se neki od njih sukobila sa policijom, preneo je Rojters.

Pojedini hrišćani i muslimani bacali su jedni na druge kamenje, a zapaljeno je i više vozila na ulicama.

U Egiptu živi 79 miliona ljudi, od kojih su većina muslimani a oko 10 odsto čine hrišćani.

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ISLAM - RELIGIJA MIRA z:((
 

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At least 21 people have been killed and 43 injured in Egypt after a bomb exploded outside a church in Alexandria as worshippers left a new year service.

It was initially thought a car bomb had caused the explosion just after midnight at the Coptic orthodox al-Qidiseen church. But the interior ministry suggested a foreign-backed suicide bomber may have been responsible.

The blast did not originate in any of the cars that were destroyed, a ministry statement said. "It is likely that the device which exploded was carried by a suicide bomber who died among others."

The circumstances of the attack "clearly indicates that foreign elements undertook planning and execution", the statement said.

The governor of Alexandria, Adel Labib, accused al-Qaida of planning the bombing.

"The al-Qaida organisation threatened to attack churches inside Egypt. This has nothing to do with sectarianism," he told state television.

His assessment was shared by Kameel Sadeeq, of the city's Coptic Christian council.

"People went in to church to pray to God but ended up as scattered limbs," he told Reuters. "This massacre has al-Qaida written all over, the same pattern al-Qaida has adopted in other countries."

Following the blast, hundreds of Christians took to the streets, clashing with police and Muslims.

Some Christians and Muslims pelted each other with rocks after a mosque was reportedly targeted. Police used teargas to disperse the crowds.

"We sacrifice our souls and blood for the cross," some of the protesting Christians shouted, the Reuters news agency reported.

The interior ministry said the blast also damaged a mosque near the church and eight Muslims were among the wounded.

Nearly 1,000 Christians attended the mass at the church, according to priest Father Mena Adel.

"I was inside the church and heard a huge explosion," he said. "People's bodies were in flames."

"This is a scene from Baghdad," said another witness.

People reported seeing the charred chassis of a destroyed car, with the remains of several bodies nearby and dozens wounded.

President Hosni Mubarak urged Egyptians to stand united in confronting terrorism and called on the authorities to swiftly round up those behind the incident, the official Mena news agency reported.

Christians make up about 10% of Egypt's population of 79 million.

Security around churches has been stepped up in recent months with the authorities banning cars from parking directly outside them, after an al Qaida-linked group in Iraq threatened the Egyptian church in November.

The Islamic State of Iraq, which claimed responsibility for an attack on a church in Baghdad in November, threatened the Egyptian church over its treatment of women who the Islamist group claimed were being held after they had converted to Islam.

In November, hundreds of Christians rioted in the capital, Cairo, smashing cars and windows after police stopped the construction of a church.

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nasilje nad hriscanima u Bagdadu se prenosi u Aleksandriju .
 

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kopti organizuju svake nove godine novogodisnju liturgiju kojoj prisustvuje hiljade vernika . konkretno u ovoj crkvi je bilo preko 1000 ljudi i posledice su mogle da budu mnogo gore

Nearly 1,000 Christians were attending the Mass at the Saints Church in the Mediterranean port city of Alexandria, said a priest at the church, Father Mena Adel. The service had just ended, and worshippers were leaving the building when the blast went off, about a half-hour after midnight.
inace ova crkva svetaca kako se naziva je vec bila popriste napada 2006 kada je muslimanski fanatik upao u masu verniak i krenuo redom da ih bode nozem....
 

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Ja sam pokušao približiti stajališta. Mi smo svi kršćani. U budućnosti ćemo imati najviše problema sa muslimanima. Zar treba podsjećati da su nam mudžahedini u susjedstvu. U susjednoj BiH dobili su svi državljanstvo.
Зар треба подсећати ко је Вама увек био дражи .............. а кога сте сматрали највећим непријатељем!
 

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Зар треба подсећати ко је Вама увек био дражи .............. а кога сте сматрали највећим непријатељем!
Samo polako. Zašto uvjek sve generaliziraš. Činjenica je da ćemo sa muslimanima imati ozbiljnih prfoblema. Osim toga Srbija i Hrvatska će biti moguća ruta terorista za njihov put prema zapadu. Morat ćemo surađivati.
 

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