Terrorists will never win, says Bishop of Egypt

Fri 24 Jan 2014
By Administrator User

In the Egyptian Capital Cairo, three bombings just hours apart have killed at least five people and wounded dozens more.

In the Egyptian Capital Cairo, three bombings just hours apart have killed at least five people and wounded dozens more.

The bombings come on the eve of the third anniversary of the start of the uprising that toppled president Hosni Mubarak.

The Rt Revd Dr Mouneer Anis is the head of the Anglican Church in Cairo.

He told Premier's News Hour that if the terrorists want to spread fear and division, they're getting the opposite reaction:

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