From the March 15 edition of Fox News' The Ingraham Angle:
LAURA INGRAHAM (HOST): I was remembering back, because we're coming up to Palm Sunday in a few weeks, and it was in April, April 9, 2017, where 45 Coptic Christians were attacked, a bomb in St. Mark's Cathedral, which is the main Coptic church in Egypt, it was horrific, women, children, exploded.
You know, Catholic priests have been murdered during Mass in Iraq, Christians have been killed and brutalized across the globe, and mostly, of course, by Islamists, radical Muslims who take it upon themselves to kill any infidel, whether they are Muslim, Christian, Jews or whoever.
But it was a horrific act. It didn't result in a day long period of soul-searching and recriminations on U.S. soil and, of course, we've had those types of attacks against Christians in the Middle East for two decades now, plus -- but it's -- it doesn't -- you don't have the lower third blaming a political party or a political figure for it. That's the difference.