Missionaries from the 7th century Death Cult have proven once again that they are willing and able to kill your children. First in Manchester, England and then in Egypt, death cult monsters attacked and killed men, women, and children without mercy.
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- The Good Samaritan from Saratoga, Wyoming: Luke
- 7th Century Death Cult will Kill Your Children – Who are the victims of the Manchester terror attack?: www.telegraph.co.uk
- Death Cult kicks off Ramadan by killing Christians in Egypt : Children among the dead – Egypt fights back after 28 Coptic Christians killed in bus attack: www.foxnews.com
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All 22 of the victims who were killed in the attack on the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester have been named.
Among them are parents who were coming to greet their children after the concert and take them safely home, as well as excited youngsters attending their first ever concert.
The youngest victim was eight years old.
Here is all we know on the victims of the atrocity.
The final victim of the Manchester terror attack has been named as 15-year-old Megan Hurley from Halewood.
She was named as dead by her aunt Maxine Benson, as her parents are believed to be at the hospital bedside of her brother Bradley, who was injured in the attack.
She attended Halewood Academy, who could not be reached for comment.
Mrs Benson wrote: “‘My poor sister and Mike are destroyed beyond words… it doesn’t seem fair for two kids to go to a concert and only one returns how in God’s name could this happen to such a lovely family… heartbroken xx.”
Su Benson-Carson posted a tribute to Megan Hurley, otherwise known as Megan Benson, on Facebook: “So sorry to get the sad news last night, such a devastating loss,, positive thoughts to relations near and far especially to Joanne Benson on the loss of Megan at the Manchester concert and positive thoughts to Brad who has been seriously hurt in the attack , we are living in a mad world where nothing makes sense anymore,,xx deepest thoughts go to all the family”.
A local woman has set up[ a fundraising page for the family, which has raised over £6,000.
It said: “We’re raising £500 to help fund a beautiful send off for Megan who was taken far too early due to the awful attacks at Manchester Arena on 22/05/2017.”
On Tuesday evening, there was a service held for those in Halewood affected by the news, in St Nicholas’ Church.
Among the donors to the charity appeal was Andrea Church, who wrote: “My son Ethan went to school with Megan, such a lovely girl.
“My deepest condolences to Jo and Mick and a speedy recovery to Brad. My heart is breaking”.
Neighbours told the Daily Mail that Megan was due to celebrate her 16th birthday next week.
Egypt’s military fought back against the attackers who stormed a bus full of Coptic Christians and killed 28 people on their way to a monastery to pray, President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi said Friday.
The Egyptian military struck bases where the attackers had trained, the president said without elaborating. No group immediately claimed responsibility for the attack, but Egypt’s Coptic Christians have become the preferred target of the Islamic State in the region.
“I direct my appeal to President Trump: I trust you, your word and your ability to make fighting global terror your primary task,” el-Sissi added in a televised speech. Trump condemned the attack, blaming what he called “evil organizations of terror” and “thuggish ideology.”
As many as 10 attackers in 3 SUVs stormed the bus dressed in military uniforms and wearing masks, before demanding that the passengers recite the Muslim profession of faith, according to witnesses. Then, the gunmen opened fire. Some 22 people were wounded.
Only three children survived the attack, the Copts United news portal reported. The victims were on their way to visit a monastery to pray.
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