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Fires at three churches in Egypt are 'not coincidence'

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(Worthy News) - Church leaders in Egypt are sounding the alarm after three Coptic churches were hit by fires in the last few weeks.

Although investigations are still ongoing, church leaders told World Watch Monitor that the fires were "not a coincidence".

One of the churches affected was Mar-Girgis (St George) al-Gyoushi Church in the Shubra district of the capital Cairo, where there was a fire in a hall on November 1 that was extinguished before causing any serious damage. No one was injured in the fire. [ Source: Christian Today (Read More...) ]

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