Report: Muslim Brotherhood supporters torch churches in retaliation of bloody crackdown

August 14, 2013 13:50

Muslim Brotherhood supporters have torched churches in Egypt in response to a violent army crackdown on pro-Morsi camps that left dozens dead, AFP cited Egyptian media reports on Wednesday.

According to the reports, protesters threw firebombs as the Mar Gergiss church in Sohag, a city with a strong Coptic Christians community.Two more churches in the El-Menia province were also set on fire, security officials told AFP.

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