Egypt's Copts Chant Nicene Creed After Palm Sunday Bombings; 'Standing Strong' Despite Massacre
April 13, 2017
A new video shows Egyptian Coptic Christians clinging to their faith immediately after Islamic terrorists slaughtered dozens of worshipers in two separate attacks on Palm Sunday. The video that was posted on Facebook following the bombings at Coptic churches in the Egyptian cities of Tanta and Alexandria shows hundreds of Coptic Christians outside of a church enthusiastically chanting the Nicene Creed in Arabic.
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