BEIRUT, LEBANON (3:30 P.M.) – Police thwarted suicide attacker outside of Coptic Christian church in Qalyubiyah, a governorate north of Cairo on Saturday.

The attacker reportedly blew himself up on a bridge close the church when he was denied entry to the premises where a religious ceremony was taking place.

Nobody else was harmed in the attack and no groups have claimed responsibility for the attack thus far.

 

 

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The Muslim Brotherhood or ISIS I suspect.

Observation: The war on terror started in western countries but now is in the Middle East targeting minorities. All these countries experiencing attacks are of the list General Wesley stated the US would be “taken out”.