Time Line Of Copt Doom Events:11 DECEMBER 2016: Muslim suicide bomb attack that killed 29 people Cairo's Saint Peter and Saint Paul church
9 APRIL 2017: Muslim suicide bomber murders 27 St. George’s Church in the Nile Delta city of Tanta.
9 APRIL 2017: Muslim suicide bomber murders 11 Saint Mark's Coptic Orthodox Cathedral in Alexandria
28 APRIL 2017: Pope lights a candle at Cairo's Saint Peter and Saint Paul church
25 APRIL 2017: False Prophet Pope Tawadros II said that "terrorism will end soon"....
Then This:26 MAY 2017 Gunmen kill at least 28 Coptic Christians in central Egypt
Pope Francis: condolences for murder of Coptic Christians
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis has sent a telegram to Egypt's President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi, expressing condolences over the murder of dozens of Coptic Christians in Egypt, and condemning the killings as "[a] senseless act of hatred."
As many as 10 gunmen opened fire on a bus carrying Coptic Christians on pilgrimage to the monastery of St. Samuel the Confessor some 140km from the capital, Cairo, killing at least 28 of them and injuring some 23 others. Many of the victims were women and children.
In the telegram, signed by the Holy See's Secretary of State, Cardinal Pietro Parolin, Pope Francis promises prayers for the deceased and for their loved ones, as well as for the whole people of Egypt. Please find the full text of the telegram, below...
His Excellency Abdel Fattah Al Sisi
President of the Arab Republic of Egypt
Deeply saddened to learn of the barbaric attack in central Egypt and of the tragic loss of life and injury caused by this senseless act of hatred, Pope Francis expresses his heartfelt solidarity with all those affected by this violent outrage. Mindful in a particular way of those children who have lost their lives, His Holiness commends the souls of the deceased to the mercy of the Almighty. He assures their grieving families and all who have been injured of his ardent prayers, and he pledges his continued intercession for peace and reconciliation throughout the nation.
Cardinal Pietro Parolin
Secretary of State