Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Libya church blast leaves Christians in shock; kills two

Libya's small Christian community was in shock on Monday after an attack on a Coptic church near the city of Misrata killed two Egyptians and fanned fears of rising extremism
'When we were praying we heard the explosion which struck a side room of the church used for services,' said Coptic priest Markos Zaglul Bulos. Christians in Libya are mostly expatriates, including Europeans and migrant workers from neighbouring Egypt where Coptic Christians are the largest religious minority
News report here.