CAIRO (BP) -- "Anger. Killing. Blood." These are words that currently describe Egypt, said Mounir Sobhy Yacoub Malaty, pastor of First Baptist Church, Cairo.
"Attacks have not stopped. Innocent people are being killed. Big numbers of protesters themselves are dying," he lamented.
But a fragile calm seems to be settling across Cairo as life slowly returns to normal. In spite of the presence of armored personnel carriers, traffic once again moves along the city's major thoroughfares, and people are returning to work.
Just days before, Egyptians experienced violent clashes that left nearly 900 people dead and more than 4,000 injured. Read More