With the recent deadly attacks on Christian churches, the maniacal terrorists of al Qaeda seem to be aiming at unraveling the neighborliness among Muslims, Jews and Christians throughout the Middle East that has existed for centuries.

In Baghdad, 58 people died in a bomb attack on a church; in Alexandria, Egypt, 21 people were killed and about 80 injured in another bombing.

Of course, al Qaeda has not limited its attacks to Christianity. Before its attacks on churches, al Qaeda was targeting mosques all around the region.

In 2006, for example, Iraqi members of al Qaeda attacked the Al-Askari mosque in Samarra, Iraq, during the morning hours, killing at least 101 Iraqi Muslims at one of the holiest sites in Shia Islam.

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