A general view following a gunmen attack against a group of Coptic Christians travelling to a monastery in southern Egypt, in Minya, May 26, 2017. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
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Terrorism has proven yet again that it knows no religion, this time with masked gunmen in three SUVs carrying out a preplanned attack on a bus full of Coptic Christians in Egypt, killing 28 people including two little girls, aged 2 and 4 .Friday's attack against the Copts is just another in a series that has indiscriminately claimed both Muslim and Christian casualties, whether in the cities or in Sinai, to the extent that such acts have become a daily exercise that targets both security personnel and innocent civilians.
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