In a newly released 20-minute video, ISIS’ media wing in Egypt encouraged fellow jihadists to terrorize and kill Christians across the country.

Around 10% of Egypt’s population identify as Christians and most adhere to the Coptic Orthodox branch of Christianity. The minority is frequently targeted by terror attacks from either ISIS or the Muslim Brotherhood.

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Generally, the Copts tend to support the Egyptian Army which has yet to halt the continuous Islamic State raids that plague the Sinai desert.

The full Islamic State video, titled ‘Kill all the Kuffar’, can be found below but is likely to be taken down by YouTube in the hours to come:

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  1. What Christians have forgotten is what they were told to do “give unto Caesar that which is Caesar’s, give unto God that which is God’s” now, how does this work? Well, our lives, according to all I have read religious is ordained by God, therefore, our life belongs to God and not to Caesar. In every way and if people think Gods are real then they are obligated to protect their life from any and all who would take their life, and, hold close to themselves their life, as a true worship of God; as a true dedication to God; whomsoever God, it may be. People who loosely handle their life are people who have no idea of what Gods are or what life is really all about. To give over your life needlessly is a sin, a sin against yourself, a sin against God, if you believe there is a God. To sit by and not do everything you can to preserve order and protect one another, knowing, your time will come if we do not protect ourselves, our neighbors and our children, is a sin, a worst sin against God. For, how can one even ask for forgiveness after one is dead? God, forgives the living not the dead.