TEN CHURCHES wrecked by radical Muslims in the summer of last year (2013) in Egypt have now been reopened.

Some 60 churches were destroyed at the time by supporters of the former President Mohammed Morsi from the Muslim Brotherhood. Properties and business premises belonging to Christians were also targeted.

The present day Egyptian Government has pledged to rebuild all the damaged churches but 50 buildings remain damaged with believers worshipping God in the ruined buildings.

The removal of the Muslim Brotherhood is seen as miraculous, according to an Egyptian pastor now leading London’s Arabic Evangelical Church. “Thirty million people came on to the streets after a year of Muslim Brotherhood government, demanding an end to it.”

Chris Eyte

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