Dr. Essam saw a consolation Derbala, Chairman of the Shura Council of the Islamic group, who died in prison, and a great presence and a Coptic bishop; to offer condolences, after the great Derbala role in the fight against sectarian strife.
And it received the village of Bani Khaled, west of the center of Malawi, the southern province of Minya, on Monday, the birthplace of Derbala, in which he was held solace, several delegations Coptic, Arab and a number of members of Islamic groups from different provinces.
And the head of the priest and the priest Joseph Karas Athanasius Sacher, Malawi delegation on behalf of the Diocese of St. Demetrius, the bishop of Malawi and Ansena and Ashmunein and queens, and participated in the delegation members of the Church “Bani Khalid” To offer condolences to the family of Derbala.
The church delegation, he “Although the village population of over 30 thousand people and all Derbala many, but the village did not witness any incidents of sectarian mesmerized or infringe on the other party, and did not attack the churches, as happened in other villages in Assiut or Deir Mawas”, indicating that “Lectures «No to Violence» which was delivered by Derbala was attended by a number of men of the church, led by himself after the revolution 25 January and revolution 30 In June, he was a leader on the life of the Islamic group of systematic violence to respect the thought, and that was enough intellectual revisions commander in Egyptian prisons”.
Also present for the village, a delegation from the Evangelical Church in Abu Qurqas; to offer condolences, and formed the leaders of the Islamic group swarms of displacement of the village to offer condolences to the President of the Shura Council of the group, and published official portal of the group pages from the life of Derbala and his books and his approach in the face of the state and how to handle them.
Also it fled the village and the delegations of the Bedouins who was Derbala visited them in lectures and seminars and not to atone for terrorism and displacement, and offered condolences to his family.
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