Egypt Condemns Coptic Christian YouTube Filmmakers to Death
The new, supposedly moderate Egyptian regime led by Muslim Brotherhood despot Mohammed Morsi has condemned seven Egyptian Christians to death for their inclusion in the anti-Islam YouTube video that led to the Egyptian assault on the American Embassy in Cairo. “The seven accused persons were convicted of insulting the Islamic religion through participating in producing and offering a movie that insults Islam and its prophet,” stated Judge Saif al-Nasr Soliman.
So far, the Obama administration has lodged no complaint with the Egyptian regime over their obvious violation of basic freedom principles. The Coptic Christian Church in Egypt, frightened of blowback, refrained from commenting on the ruling.
Reports of Muslim Brotherhood crucifixions of Coptic Christians in Egypt have been widespread, with Middle East news agencies reporting that Brotherhood members have “crucified those opposing Egyptian President Muhammad Morsi naked on trees in front of the presidential palace while abusing others.”