Video: Mursi Supporters Murder Teens, Throw them from Roof

Pro-Mursi supporters are seen throwing teens from a roof in Alexandria, murdering them.

In this video, pay attention to the teens who are sitting atop a concrete structure which sits atop the roof of a tall building. They appear to be trying to avoid Mohammed Mursi supporters. At about the 2:30 mark, you can see one bearded man with an Al-Qaeda flag milling about, looking for someone to bully.

Soon thereafter, you’ll see the crowd on the roof below the structure grow as several of them throw rocks at the teens.

The scene turns deadly at about the 4:30 mark, when one of the thugs makes it up to the top of the structure (about 20 – 25 ft. high) and pushes the teen wearing the green shirt to his death. The teen in the bright shirt follows. The pro-Mursi bunch below then appears to beat on the fallen teens.

Remember, the murderers support Mursi.

From Egyptocracy, via GWP:

And I will set the Egyptians against the Egyptians: and they shall fight every one against his brother, and every one against his neighbour; city against city, and kingdom against kingdom. – Isaiah 19:2

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  • dahcargo

    When I see photos or hear of our Christian brothers and sisters being persecuted for their faith (wherever they might live), my heart is crushed with pain. But what do we do? Do we sell all we have and move to countries under Islamic control or to communistic China where Christians are put to death as well? I don’t think that many would suggest that? Would we suggest that Walid go back to Bethlehem and face, as he says certain death because of his conversion from Islam to Christianity? No, that is not the answer.

    All but one of the Apostles was martyred, several beheaded and at least one, namely Peter, was crucified upside down according to historical accounts. Was it because of their activism? No, it was because of the unwavering profession of their faith. Are they relegated to a place of no consequence, absolutely not. They occupy a position which none of us will experience. They are seen and will continue to be seen as VERY special and unique by God for their TESTIMONY. They did not set out to be martyred for their testimony, but rather to be witnesses for Christ, after all, isn’t that our mission? Men hate God. There is a sense in which we, as Christians should be experiencing some sort of persecution for our Christianity. The bible is clear in that all who live Godly will be persecuted. Obviously we are not to seek persecution. Yes, the gospel is an offense to those who are perishing, but we are NOT to add to that offense by how we articulate it. I know that I’m preaching to the choir, but it needs to be said.

    We here on this website have an easy job of diagnosing the problems in this world, especially when we know Christ. The answer is easy, MEN ARE SINNERS and will continue to work in cross-purposes to God’s will. The only answer to man’s “condition” is to repent, and that’s the truth.

    If one looks at Christ and His righteous outbursts of anger, you will see very quickly that He never expressed violent anger over what we would consider the “immorality of the day”, but rather the way men supplanted the truth about who God was, is, and always will be.

    Today we see men basically falling into the same categories that they’ve always fallen into, namely, Pharisees, Essences, Sadducees and Zealots. Each of these groups has no place in God’s kingdom. Only those who repent from dead works and put their trust in the living God will see God. Jesus said that His kingdom is not of this world, we should know what this means, especially if we name the name of Christ!

    John the Baptist lived outside the community. His contemporaries thought he was a raving maniac dressed in a modified Tarzan outfit who ate bugs. They said he had a demon, yet Jesus said he was the GREATEST man that ever lived. What was it that made John so great? John had one basic message, REPENT. John the Baptist spoke the truth, even concerning the incestual behavior of the “leaders” of the day. Notice he wasn’t bogged down in community activism over any particular sin, but rather sought to preach repentance toward God and Faith in Jesus Christ. John knew God and wasn’t a part of this world’s system, pure and simple.

    A side note, we could change the administration of this country every day, but until the men IN the administration have their hearts changed we’ve accomplished nothing!

    One last thing, God will judge and Christ will come. I believe as Walid that Christ will come to those places in the bible which Walid cites, however, we will have no power to facilitate that return. God is in complete control over when He comes and we will witness that return. As Walid rightly cites “And I will set the Egyptians against the Egyptians: and they shall fight every one against his brother, and every one against his neighbor; city against city, and kingdom against kingdom. – Isaiah 19:2”, remember, God says ‘HE’ will do these things. No one will change what God has said He will do!

    Whether we come back with Him or are already here, we will be with Him (at that time) judging the nations. God will also eventually destroy this whole world with fire; so take that you environmentalists.

    Andy

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