கைவிட்டு விட்டாரே ஏசுபிரான்! தேவாலயம் சென்று திரும்பியவர்கள்மீது தாக்குதல்:7 பேர் பலி!!

திகவினருக்கு தைரிய வந்து விட்டதா அல்லது வீரமணிக்கு ரோசம் வந்துவிட்டததா?

தேவாலயம் சென்று திரும்பியவர்கள்மீது தாக்குதல்:7 பேர் பலி

இப்படியொரு தலைப்பில் “விடுதலை”யில் செய்தி!

http://viduthalai.periyar.org.in/20100108/news25.html

கெய்ரோ,ஜன.8_- எகிப்தில் தேவாலயம் சென்று திரும்பியவர்கள் மீது நடத்தப்பட்ட துப்-பாக்கிச் சூடு தாக்குதலில் 7 பேர் கொல்லப்பட்-டனர்.

எகிப்தின் கெனா மாகாணத்தில் உள்ள நாக் ஹமாதி நகரில் உள்ள தேவாலயம் அருகே நேற்றிரவு இந்த தாக்குதல் நடந்துள்ளது.

நள்ளிரவுக்கு சற்று முன்னதாக நடைபெற்ற கிறித்துமஸ் பண்டிகை-யை-யொட்டிய சிறப்பு பிரார்த்தனையில் கலந்து கொண்டுவிட்டு, கிறிஸ்தவர்கள் ஏராள-மானோர் வீடு திரும்பிக்-கொண்டிருந்தனர்.

அப்போது அங்கு ஒரு காரில் வந்த மூன்று பேர் கொண்ட கும்பல், திடீ-ரென தேவாலயத்திலி-ருந்து திரும்பிக் கொண்-டிருந்தவர்கள் மீது சர-மாரியாக துப்பாக்கியால் சுட்டுவிட்டு தப்பிச் சென்றுவிட்டது.

இதில் ஒரு தனியார் பாது-காவலர் ஒருவர் உள்பட ஏழு பேர் கொல்லப்-பட்டதாக எகிப்து உள்-துறை அமைச்சக அதி-காரி ஒருவர் தெரிவித்தார்.

கடந்த நவம்பர் மாதம், இதே பகுதியைச் சேர்ந்த இஸ்லாமிய பெண் ஒருவர் கிறித்துவர் ஒருவ-ரால் பாலியல் வன்-கலவி செய்யப்பட்டதற்கு பழிக்-குப் பழி வாங்கும் வித-மாகவே இந்த தாக்-குதல் நடத்தப்பட்டுள்ள-தாக கூறப்படுகிறது.

விமர்சனம்:

முன்பே குறிப்பிட்டது மாதிரி, நான் “விடுதலை” படிக்கிறேன், அது என்னைப் படிக்கிறது!

Egypt church attack sparks riots
Arab News

VENTING ANGER: Protesters during clashes in Qena near Luxor, on Thursday. (EPA)

CAIRO/JEDDAH: Thousands clashed with police during a funeral procession Thursday for six of seven people killed in an attack on churchgoers leaving a midnight mass for Coptic Christians, security officials said.

Two Copts injured in the shooting died Thursday night. Their deaths brought the number of Copts killed in the attack to eight, most of them teenagers. A Muslim policeman guarding the church was also killed in the attack.

Throughout the day, protesters in the southern town of Nag Hammadi pelted police with rocks and damaged cars and stores.

Early in the day, they smashed ambulances outside a hospital in frustration over delays in turning over the bodies for burial. A security official said police fired tear gas to disperse the crowd.

The riots resumed after the burial services, with angry Copts smashing shop windows, chasing Muslims off the streets and bringing down street light poles. The riots continued into the late afternoon.

எகிப்திய கிருத்துவர்கள் போலீஸுடன் மோதுகின்ரனர்!

Egyptian Christians Clash With Police

Associated Press

An Egyptian Coptic church appears behind a mosque in Cairo

இவர்கள் கிருஸ்துமஸ்ஸை இப்பொழுது கொண்டாடுவது ஆச்சரியமாக இல்லையா?

Egypt holds Copt killing suspects
The shooting outside a church on Wednesday night sparked clashes the following day [EPA]

Egyptian police have arrested three people over the fatal shooting of six Christian Copts and a security guard outside a church in the south of the country.

The men were detained on Friday as police searched an area of fields close to where the attack took place in Nagaa Hammadi, about 60km north of Luxor.

“As a result of the security services’ efforts to arrest the criminals [behind] the killing of seven citizens in Nagaa Hammadi, on Friday morning Mohammed al-Kawmi, Kurshi Abul Haggag and Hindawi Hassan surrendered,” an interior ministry statement said.

இந்த கிருத்துவர்கள், மற்ற கிருத்துவர்களைப் போலல்லாமல்,  ஜனவர் 7ம் தேதிதான் கிருத்து பிறந்த நாளை கொண்டாடுகின்றனர்!

5 பதில்கள் to “கைவிட்டு விட்டாரே ஏசுபிரான்! தேவாலயம் சென்று திரும்பியவர்கள்மீது தாக்குதல்:7 பேர் பலி!!”

  1. vedaprakash Says:

    Egypt church attack sparks riots
    Arab News

    http://www.arabnews.com/?page=4&section=0&article=130885&d=8&m=1&y=2010

    VENTING ANGER: Protesters during clashes in Qena near Luxor, on Thursday. (EPA)

    CAIRO/JEDDAH: Thousands clashed with police during a funeral procession Thursday for six of seven people killed in an attack on churchgoers leaving a midnight mass for Coptic Christians, security officials said.

    Two Copts injured in the shooting died Thursday night. Their deaths brought the number of Copts killed in the attack to eight, most of them teenagers. A Muslim policeman guarding the church was also killed in the attack.

    Throughout the day, protesters in the southern town of Nag Hammadi pelted police with rocks and damaged cars and stores.

    Early in the day, they smashed ambulances outside a hospital in frustration over delays in turning over the bodies for burial. A security official said police fired tear gas to disperse the crowd.

    The riots resumed after the burial services, with angry Copts smashing shop windows, chasing Muslims off the streets and bringing down street light poles. The riots continued into the late afternoon.

    The riots followed an attack the previous night, in which three gunmen in a car sprayed automatic gunfire into a crowd leaving a church in Nag Hammadi, about 40 miles north of the ancient ruins of Luxor.

    The lead attacker was identified by authorities as a known criminal.

    Christians, mostly Copts, account for about 10 percent of Egypt’s population of some 80 million people. They generally live in peace with Muslims although clashes and tensions occasionally occur in southern Egypt, mostly over land or church construction disputes.

    Wednesday’s attack happened on Coptic Christmas Eve. Copts celebrate Christmas on Jan. 7 along with many other Orthodox communities around the world.

    Egypt’s Interior Ministry said it suspected that Wednesday’s attack was in retaliation for the alleged November rape of a Muslim girl by a Christian man in the same town. The man is in custody awaiting trial.

    Security was tight in the town Thursday as police searched for suspects. The release of bodies was delayed because of fear the funerals would turn into a flash point for more violence.

    The funeral procession took place later and was attended by local officials. Security officials said some 5,000 protesters stoned police cars and scuffled with security forces. Shops were forced to shut their doors in the town to avoid the violence.

    The head of provincial security, Mahmoud Gohar, said security was beefed up in the town and neighboring villages, and checkpoints were set up in the area as tensions ran high among the town’s Christian population.

    Gohar said an angry crowd from a nearby church smashed two police cars shortly after the attack.

    The attack, he said, happened in the town’s main street about 200 meters from the church.

    Bishop Kirollos of the Nag Hammadi Diocese told The Associated Press he was concerned about violence on the eve of the Coptic Christmas because of previous threats following the alleged rape of the 12-year-old Muslim girl.

    He recently received a message on his mobile phone that said: “It is your turn.” He told AFP that he saw gunmen spraying worshippers with automatic gunfire outside the archbishopric after the mass ended the previous night.

    “We concluded the mass at 11:00 p.m. (2100 GMT) and I was heading to the bishopric when I saw one of the men, in a car, open fire with an automatic rifle at Copts who were walking past the building,” Kirilos said in a phone interview. The bishop said the “author of this crime has a police record and should have been arrested” for past crimes, but is under the protection of prominent figures.

    Egyptian expatriate workers in the Kingdom told Arab News that the tribal issue could snowball into a bigger conflict.

    “This is what is happening in Nag Hammadi,” said Mamdouh Al-Hawari, who hails from Farshout, a place close to the flash point. Al-Hawari, who works as a journalist in Jeddah, said when a Muslim girl from the Hawara tribe was raped by a Copt youth, the tribe wanted to take revenge. The clashes are in retaliation for the rape incident. “It’s wrong to call it a communal riot,” he said.

    Syed Abdul Hakeem, a marketing executive from Nag Hammadi, said the fighting took place because of tension between Muslims and Christians in the area. He described the area as a stronghold of Christians. He said there were heated verbal exchanges between leaders of the two religious groups before Thursday’s clashes.

    Abdul Hakeem urged Egyptian authorities to find the root causes for tension between the two communities in the area in order to solve them. “Muslims and Christians have been living peacefully in Egypt since the dawn of Islam,” he pointed out.

    Abdul Raheem Al-Shaqifi said Nag Hammadi and Farshout had never witnessed any communal conflict in the past.

    Amgad Shehata Boutros, attending the funeral of the Copts on Thursday, told Al Jazeera: “The incident is an attempt to create sectarian tension in Nag Hammadi?”

  2. vedaprakash Says:

    இங்கு கிருத்துவர்களுக்கும், முஸ்லிம்களுக்கும் தொடர்ச்சியாக சண்டை-சச்சரவு இருந்து கொண்டேயிருக்கும் போலிருக்கிறது!

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/8444851.stm

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    03 May 09 | Middle East
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    13 Feb 09 | Middle East
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    08 Oct 08 | Middle East
    Copts shot dead in Cairo attack
    29 May 08 | Middle East

  3. vedaprakash Says:

    எதற்காக இங்கு கிருத்துவர்களும், முஸ்லிம்களும் மோதிக் கொள்கிறர்கள்?

    Egypt: Why Christian, Muslim clashes are different this time
    http://www.csmonitor.com/World/Middle-East/2010/0108/Egypt-Why-Christian-Muslim-clashes-are-different-this-time

    The attack that killed six Christians as they left a Jan. 7 Christmas mass, and the ensuing clashes between Christian protesters and Egypt’s mainly Muslim security forces, may signal a turn for the worse.

    An Egyptian man walks past two destroyed vehicles at hospital Friday, a day after clashes between Coptic Christians and Egyptian police in the town of Naga Hamadi.

    By Sarah A. Topol Contributor / January 8, 2010 Cairo

    An unprecedented attack on Coptic Christians leaving a church service earlier this week has prompted concerns that simmering sectarian tensions have turned a dark corner.

    “For the first time, this kind of incident [against Christians] happened … on a random basis,” says Samir Morcos, director of el-Masry Foundation for Citizenship and Dialogue, an Egyptian nongovernmental organization. “I hope that what happened becomes just an exception, not to be repeated and to become a phenomenon for the next month or years.”

    Egyptian police have reportedly arrested three suspects in the drive-by shooting that killed six Christians and a Muslim security guard in Naj Hammadi, a town in southern Egypt, when gunmen opened fire on worshipers leaving midnight Christmas mass on Wednesday. The following day, Jan. 7, thousands of Christians clashed with Egyptian security forces at a funeral for one of those killed, while rioters hurled stones at police and smashed everything from ambulances to shop windows. The shooting is thought to be revenge for a Christian man’s alleged rape of a Muslim girl in November.

    கோப்டிக் கிருத்துவர்கள் இங்கு சிறுபான்மையினர்: Copts: systemic government discrimination: In Egypt, where Christians – predominately of the Coptic sect – make up around 10 percent of the population, clashes between the two groups are not uncommon. But whereas clashes have generally been tied to land disputes or social incidents that trigger targeted acts of violence, this attack was unusually severe and indiscriminate.

    That, say some analysts, may prompt Copts to respond more forcefully than in the past.

    “Always Copts in Egypt don’t respond, but I think after what happened yesterday … they will start to ask for the rights to stop this kind of violence and perhaps they [will] react,” says Emad Gad, political analyst at the Al Ahram Center, a think tank funded by Egypt’s secular government. “The Christians will start to demonstrate and they’ll start to refuse, and perhaps we can see clashes after that.”

    Copts often complain of systemic government discrimination. Last May, the regime culled 300,000 pigs in what it defended as a precaution against the swine flu epidemic.

    அச்சிறுபான்மையினர் பல விதங்களில் பாரபட்சத்த்ற்கு உள்ளாக்கப்படுகின்றனர்- அடையாள அட்டைகள் மறுக்கப் படுகின்றன:In addition, a battle over alleged religious discrimination on state-issued identity cards is being waged in courts. Christian children whose fathers converted to Islam are labeled by the state as Muslim, despite cases in which their mothers raised them practicing Christianity – a measure seen as overt discrimination.

    வன்முறை பெருகும் விதம்: இஸ்லாமிய அட்ப்படைவாதம் தான் காரணம் என்று கிருத்துவர்கள் கூறுவது: Escalation in sectarian violence: The start of clashes between the two groups can be traced back three decades to an increase of Islamic rhetoric by then-president Anwar Sadat, who began to refer to himself as a “Muslim president for an Islamic country,” fomenting religious sectarianism.

    Clashes, stabbings, and the deadly shooting indicate an escalation in sectarian violence that Mr. Gad attributes to the rise in fundamentalist Islam in Egypt.

    “We are living in a very fanatic society … if you see the Egyptian educational system, the textbooks, the speeches of the sheiks in mosques, all of these methods are used against non-Muslims – against Christians, against Jews – so it’s normal to see attacks,” he says.

    The Egyptian government has not released information about the suspects, but Mr. Morcos says that ultimately it’s the nature of the violence, more than the personalities involved, that is the issue.

    “The problem here is not the affiliation of these people, but the problem here is attacking people on the street … this is a new phenomenon,” says Morcos.
    ————————————————————————-
    குறிப்பு:

    இந்துக்கள் சிறுபான்மையினராக, எவ்வாறு இந்தியாவில் காஷ்மீரம், ஃபிஜி மற்றும் மலேசியாவில் கொடுமைப் படுத்தப் படுகின்றனர் என்று நோக்கத்தக்கது.

  4. குப்புசாமி Says:

    கிருத்துவர்கள் தாக்கப்படுவதில், மலேசியா மற்றும் எகிப்து இரண்டிலும் உள்ள ஒற்றுமையைக் காணலாம்.

    இருப்பினும், இந்துக்கள் எனும்போது, இருவருன் சேர்ந்து கொள்வதை பார்க்க வேண்டும்.

    • vedaprakash Says:

      நிச்சயமாக.

      இந்த உடன்பாடு, இடைக்காலங்களிலே பெருமளவில் இந்தியர்களுக்கு எதிராகப் பயன் படுத்தப் பட்டுள்ளது.

      இந்திய கப்பல்களைக் கொள்ளயடிப்பது, பிடித்த இந்தியர்களை அடிமைகளாக விற்பது, இந்திய பொருட்களை கொள்ளை லாபத்திற்கு விற்று ஏமாற்றுவது………….போன்ற விஷயங்களில் ஒன்றாகவே செயல்பட்டனர்.

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