While both pro and anti-Mubarak protesters fight in Egyptian streets, the Christian minority is facing continuing persecution, which isn’t widely known to the general public.

Tom Doyle, director for E3 Partners, a Christian missionary organization working throughout Egypt and the surrounding area, and author of “Breakthrough: The Return of Hope to the Middle East,” told news media that his  coworkers on the ground reported that more Christians were killed outside Al-Minya, which is about 150 miles south of Cairo.

He said that since no police were available, no one was there that was willing to assist them. He added that family members were taking turns watching over their houses, as burglaries, rapes, thefts, and car stealing is getting to be routine.

Continue Reading on www.dailypolitical.com