Suspicious Explosions at Egypt’s Coptic Churches

Here is the picture of the terrorist in a blue blazer the moment before he allegedly does a suicide attack by blowing himself up. However, the next moment the explosion appears to come from elsewhere:

If you look carefully the flame/burst is coming from the bottom of the screen, not where the three people are standing.

The video camera from the other angle shows the same anomaly:

The explosion may have been a pre-planted bomb planted on the underside of the white table next to the metal detector.

It is also suspicious that the “live” TV service that recorded the other explosion inside the church failed to record the bomb going off but instantly stopped the very second the explosion happened.

The screen just goes blank but then flickers an image showing no movement at all. The video flickering back on like this doesn’t make any sense. They probably want people to think a Moslem snuck in and suicided himself when in reality a bomb was probably pre-planted under one of the pews.

I suspect the Egyptian military government is returning to its old methods. They always do false-flag attacks to bomb the Christians to scare them into supporting the government, and they frame the Islamic religious fanatics in order to can crack-down on them, and hence crack-down on everybody. This way the government only has to sacrifice a few Coptic lives in order to declare martial law and then everybody has to support it.

Egypt needs to abandon Islam entirely and the Coptic church needs a revival of Bible-Christianity to get rid of all its idolatry and superstition.

” And the spirit of Egypt shall fail in the midst thereof; and I will destroy the counsel thereof: and they shall seek to the idols, and to the charmers, and to them that have familiar spirits, and to the wizards. And the Egyptians will I give over into the hand of a cruel lord; and a fierce king shall rule over them, saith the Lord, the LORD of hosts.” Isaiah 19:3-4

Here is the article and video sources at Daily Mail.