There were few details on the incident and it was unclear whether the shooting was sectarian related. The state news agency, MENA, quoted an Interior Ministry official as saying a Muslim police officer boarded a Cairo-bound train in the town of Samalut in Minya province and began firing a handgun. The official said a year-old Coptic man was killed and his wife and four other Christians — three women and a man — were wounded. The policeman, Amer Ashour Abdel Zaher, fled but was arrested later. The train originated in Asyut, which like Samalut has a large Christian community. No one has been charged in the bombing, which came after an Al Qaeda-linked organization threatened to attack Coptic churches in Egypt.
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While Copts have cited instances of persecution throughout their history, Human Rights Watch has noted "growing religious intolerance" and sectarian violence against Coptic Christians in recent years, and a failure by the Egyptian government to effectively investigate properly and prosecute those responsible. In just one province Minya , 77 cases of sectarian attacks on Copts between and have been documented by the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights. Mark the Evangelist is said to have founded the Holy Apostolic See of Alexandria and to have become its first Patriarch. Mark's arrival in Alexandria, a fragment of New Testament writings appeared in Oxyrhynchus Bahnasa , which suggests that Christianity already began to spread south of Alexandria at an early date. By the mid-third century, a sizable number of Egyptians were persecuted by the Romans on account of having adopted the new Christian faith, beginning with the Edict of Decius.
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Jane Arraf. In the Egyptian province with the biggest percentage of Christians, the government has refused to grant permits for churches. Tens of thousands of people have nowhere to worship but the street. But that is not the whole story in this majority Muslim nation.