Egyptian Coptic Christians hold a blood-spattered poster depicting Jesus Christ aloft as they chant "With our blood and soul, we redeem the cross", after the morning mass inside the Saints Church in Alexandria, Egypt, Sunday, Jan. 2, 2011. Grieving Christians, many clad in black, were back praying Sunday in the blood-spattered church where 21 worshippers were killed in an apparent suicide bombing, feeling betrayed by a government they say has not done enough to keep them safe. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)
Egyptian Coptic Christians hold a blood-spattered poster depicting Jesus Christ aloft as they chant "With our blood and soul, we redeem the cross", after the morning mass inside the Saints Church in Alexandria, Egypt, Sunday, Jan. 2, 2011. Grieving Christians, many clad in black, were back praying Sunday in the blood-spattered church where 21 worshippers were killed in an apparent suicide bombing, feeling betrayed by a government they say has not done enough to keep them safe. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis) Associated Press
Egyptian Coptic Christians hold a blood-spattered poster depicting Jesus Christ aloft as they chant "With our blood and soul, we redeem the cross", after the morning mass inside the Saints Church in Alexandria, Egypt, Sunday, Jan. 2, 2011. Grieving Christians, many clad in black, were back praying Sunday in the blood-spattered church where 21 worshippers were killed in an apparent suicide bombing, feeling betrayed by a government they say has not done enough to keep them safe. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis) Associated Press

Egypt church bombing may be warning of rising instability

January 02, 2011 3:44 PM

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