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Sunday, January 09, 2011

Why accusations that the Mossad was behind the Alexandria church attack should be cause for worry

Although it should be clear to anyone with a brain in his head that the accusations are patently false, Khaled Abu Toameh warns that the accusations against the Mossad in the Alexandria Coptic church attack, particularly coming from media affiliated with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's ruling party, should be cause for worry.
By blaming the Mossad and the Jews for the church attack, the Egyptian leadership is trying to shift attention from the plight of the Coptic Christian minority, which has long been suffering from a systematic policy of discrimination.

Fortunately, most Christians in Egypt and the Arab world do not seem to buy the ridiculous conspiracy theories that their governments are trying to sell them regarding the involvement of Jews in terror attacks.

But the sad news is that many Muslims, especially those who are illiterate and live in poverty under their corrupt dictatorships, continue to believe the poisonous and hateful propaganda they are being fed -- which is why many of them will continue to join Al-Qaeda and other fundamentalist groups.
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