After a violent attack on an Egyptian Church last Sunday, Pope Francis is still planning to go to the ISIS-ravaged country on Easter, which falls on April 16. This inspiring act will demonstrate that Christians will not kowtow to the violent acts of ISIS.
“There is no doubt the Holy Father will maintain his offer to go to Egypt. Egypt has assured us that everything will go as well as possible, so we will go confidently,” a spokesman said in an interview on Monday.
“I also think it was an indirect message to those who govern the country and against the Christian minority which, in recent times, has found more liberty,” he added. “What happened caused disorder and tremendous suffering, but it cannot stop the pope’s mission of peace.”
He called the attack an attack “on dialogue, on peace.”
Sunday’s attacks were carried out by two suicide bombers. They were the deadliest on the Egyptian Christian community for years. ISIS is purposefully targeting Christians in the country.
After Sunday’s attacks ISIS said in a statement released on Amaq: “Let the crusaders and apostates know that they will pay a huge bill with their son’s blood.”
Excerpt Above From GodFitting