Below are some dramatic video clips of last Sunday’s bombing of St. Peter’s Coptic Cathedral in Cairo.
This one shows the moment of the blast, beginning around the :50 second mark. According to the news host speaking in Arabic, it also shows the bomber as he entered the building, at the bottom/left of the video, seconds before the blast:
The following is one of the first videos to be taken inside the cathedral after the blast. WARNING: Dead and scattered bodies appear:
Another video (click here) is also making the rounds on social media. It depicts Coptic Christians standing around St. Peter’s moments after the bombing and defiantly proclaiming in Arabic the complete Nicene Creed — a thing reportedly unprecedented in Muslim Egypt, as the Creed repeatedly asserts what Islam (e.g., Koran 9:30) considers to be the height of shirk, or blasphemy: that Jesus Christ is the Son of God.