NOW SIRTE IN LIBYA IS LIBERATED FROM THE FILTH OF ISIS, THE REMAINS OF THE 21 COPTIC MARTYRS MUST BE RETURNED TO EGYPT
This week, Sirte, the Libyan city on the Mediterranean Coast, has been liberated from ISIS. In Sirte, February 2015, the terrorists of the Islamic State executed mercilessly 20 Copts and 1 Ghanian who bravely stuck to their Faith and refused to bow to the Beast.
Now, Sirte is liberated, it’s the duty of the Copts, the Church as a whole, and all who are against the savagery of the Islamists, to search for the grave where these 21 martyrs were buried, and return their remains to Egypt, to Minya province, where most were from, to be kept as relics in its cathedral in order to be honoured for ever.
And the Egyptian government must be made to allow this in the face of any opposition from the Islamists in Egypt.
It’s the duty of the Copts in the Diaspora, since they have the financial means, and the Coptic Church, represented in its Holy Synod, to take the lead in this project.
We call for it.