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Churches Attacked in Upper Egypt

David Degner shares photographs from the mobbed and burned churches in Mallawi, Minya, in Upper Egypt here.

He writes:

Friday two churches in the village of Mallawi, a village in the province of Minya, were attacked and set on fire.

After the attack on the pro-Morsy sit in where more than 600 people died, Morsy supporters gathered after Friday prayer storming and burning two churches, and some Christian owned shops in the village of Mallawi.

Groups also attacked and looted the museum of Mallawi, and banks, shops and 10 other churches in Minya.

He shares this video, showing the Evangelical Church, in Mallawi, burning:

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