A website called Strategy Page has a story today, under their terrorism banner, called More Violence Against Egyptian Christians
October 23, 2005: Islamic militants have renewed attacks on Egyptian Christians, leaving four dead and dozens wounded. The last major outbreak of Islamic radical violence against Copts was in 2000, when 21 Christians were killed, and many injured, during four days of attacks in southern Egypt. Copts have suffered discrimination by Moslems for over 1,300 years. There are constant minor attacks, and much discrimination, against Egyptian Christians. (more)
And in a related story from The Independent we learn that Muslims vandalize and kill 3 in a Coptic Church because they were showing a DVD movie of I Once Was Blind But Now I See.
I Once Was Blind But Now I See, performed in 2003 at the Coptic church of St George, told the story of a poor young Copt drawn to militant Islamists, who then try to kill him. Last week the appearance of the play on DVD rekindled the fury of local Muslims, who called it "an insult to Islam".
So killing people isn't an "insult to Christianity?" I love the double standards.