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An Egyptian Christian suspected of trying to convert Muslims in Libya was tortured to death while in police custody, an Egyptian human rights lawyer said.
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Doesn't (insert your religion here) preach tolerance or understanding? Sad state of affairs...
religious prejudice of any kind deserves what it gets. Phil
Time for Christians to stand up and demand justice and protection in face of the evil Jihadist mob.
Mohammed was a desert man who never claimed authority, #Jesus is the #Messiah and #Savior of Mankind
In America we learned if you just ignore missionaries they just go away. No need to kill people fool
Damaged? Looks destroyed to me.
Die evangelical christian pig can't convert muslims to a blasphemous cult, who believe jesus is god
NATO Missionary, not Christian missionary!!!!
Such news is rarely reported by the BBC here in the UK for fear of offending the ethnic majority!
14:05: <godly religion>
Ungodly cult of war and terror installed by NATO.
Libya and Kosovo.
the loving hand of the godly. religion poisons everything.
They should torture to death Satanists. Rather than kiss NATO for money. Muslims my foot.
Happens when NATO and US changes governments at will. Syria is next. The rest of this world is lame.
ever since RT allowed anonymous comments, more retards are attracted to the comment box...shame
Ban Islam. Deport all Muslims and airdrop them over the Saudi Desert. And stop buying their oil!
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