JERUSALEM, Israel – An estimated 30 Coptic Christian families fleeing Islamic terrorists in the Sinai Peninsula arrived in the governorate of Ismailia over the weekend.
ISIS-affiliated terrorists in a group calling itself Sinai Province stepped up attacks against Egypt’s Coptic Christian community in the town of el-Arish in northern Sinai.
On Friday, 90 Christian families left the city and headed toward the Ismailia governorate.
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