Tidbits of Arabic News translated into English

Saturday, February 17, 2018

New church in Egypt

Many churches in Eygpt have been blown up by militants, and many Christians killed in the process.

So, they just built a massive new church. When I listened to the report on the BBC Arabic, I thought they were saying that this church was a replacement for a church that had been blown up a year ago, during which 13 people died.

But maybe it's just a catch-all church supposed to uplift the morale of Egypt's Christians.

Either way, I think it's the largest church in the Middle East:

Here, the people are streaming in, and cheering as they do (lady with the open mouth):

The BBC Arabic also visited this lady in her home:
That is Jesus behind her. I think one of her loved ones was killed in a previous attack.

And this lady said: it's a very nice church, we really thank President Sisi.
President Sisi is like a dictator ... but I feel bad pointing out his bad side if all these people feel he did something nice to them. What's the morally correct way of addressing this?

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