The Muslim Brotherhood may have been forced underground in Egypt today, but that doesn’t mean that Islamic supremacism has been eradicated. Clearly, it is alive and well in Minya, and on the police force.
“Minya security assault the Copts at Bani Ahmed East village,” by Naim Youssef, Copts United, October 20, 2014 (thanks to Maged):
Police in Minya have assaulted the Copts at Beni Ahmed East village after two Copts had defended a girl who was sexually harassed by a Muslim man from Marzouk Island village.
The harasser reported the police later against the two Coptic men. Soon, the police attacked the Copts in their houses and arrested the two Copts mentioned earlier, and forced other Copts to close their shops.
It’s worth mentioning that houses of the Copts were attacked, looted and burned under the auspices of police last year at the same village.