"Removing the Christians from the East Is a Zionist Project"

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Translated from the original Arabic by Al Mutarjim

This columnist fails to offer any plausible explanations for how the Zionists are coercing Muslims into bombing churches in Iraq and Egypt.

What happened in Egypt, specifically in Alexandria, was not a passing attack on Christian regions and churches in order to displace them. Rather it was to ignite fitna between Christians and Muslims, seeing as it was impossible to create this kind of fitna between Sunni and Shi'a, with the existence of a Sunni despotism which left no room for confrontation. This despite the fact that the Christian Copts are the original inhabitants of Egypt since before Islam, although today they constitute only 10 percent of the Egyptian population.

If the initial outlook of Egyptian investigations are correct, which is expected to be the case, regarding the role of the Israeli Mossad in the bombing of the Church of the Saints in Alexandria, then it means that the Zionist plans for division have run their course in Sudan, Egypt, and Lebanon. Since the plot to ignite conflict between Sunni and Shi'a failed, they replaced it with a plot to create fitna between Christians themselves, with the Sunnis and Shi'a standing behind every side. May God forbid!

Removing the Christians from the East is a Zionist project, for the true enemy of Israel is the Christian, who embodies the phenomenon of a natural coalition surrounding him, and interacting with him, and giving him a pattern for living and for coexistence between the religions, cultures, and civilizations. [...]