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Egypt Identifies a 2-Year-Old as the Youngest Victim of the Minya Bus Attack

Egypt Identifies a 2-Year-Old as the Youngest Victim of the Minya Bus Attack

 

Egypt has identified two children in the bus attack in Minya governorate. Two-year-old Moreska Mina Samuel and four-year-old Marfy Hany Moussa are the youngest victims, eight victims remain unidentified.

Gunmen attacked bus of Christians in Egypt’s Minya governorate killing 28 and injuring 22.

According to witnesses, gunmen have asked people to say the Islamic Shahada, they opened fire when they refused to say it.

Dar Al-Iftaa, an Egyptian educational institute and government body founded to represent Islam, has cancelled the celebrations scheduled on Friday to mark the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan.

List of the names of the victims according to the Governorate of Minya:

Aid Habib Tawadros

Marfy Hany Moussa

Lamey Ezak Tawadros

Moreska Mina Samuel

Kerolos Mahfous Gerges

Nasef Mamdouh Ayad

Mina Samuel Ghotas

Reda Farouk

Sameh Isral Saleh

Saber Serial Mikhael

Awatef Anwar Hanna

Heba Adel Syrial

Sameh Fahmy Morkos

Mahdy Edward Naguib

Karam Atef Ibrahim

Eid Ezak

Samuel Ghotas Gabriel

Hany Mohsen

Ezak Shalaby Gerges

Beshoy Ibrahim Adly

Ayad Aziz

Adel Ward Edward

Hany Adly Rizk

Atef Mounir Zaki

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