List of massacres in Egypt
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|Damanhur massacre||May 10, 1799||Cairo||1,500||The city rebelled against the French, when the French led by General Lanusse recaptured, most of the city inhabitants and rebels were killed and the place was torched.|
|Mamluke massacre||March 1,
|Cairo||470||Heads sent to Istanbul; part of Muhammad Ali's seizure of power|
|Cairo Massacre||October 5, 1945||Cairo||10||350 injured|
|Ras Burqa massacre||October 5, 1985||Ras Burqa||8||An Egyptian soldier opened fire on Israeli vacationers, killing 3 adults and 4 children, as well as another Egyptian soldier.|
|Luxor massacre||November 17, 1997||Luxor||64|
|Kosheh Massacres||January 2, 2000||Kosheh||21||Over 40 injured; Muslim mob attacked Coptic Christians.|
|2004 Sinai bombings||October 7, 2004||Sinai Peninsula||34||171 injured; Palestinian terrorist group killed 18 Egyptians, 12 Israelis, 2 Italians, 1 Russian, and 1 American.|
|2005 Sharm el-Sheikh attacks||July 23, 2005||Sharm el-Sheikh||64–88||~150 injured; multiple bombs targeting hotels and bazaar in the resort city on the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula.|
|Nag Hammadi massacre||January 7, 2010||Nag Hammadi||11||11 injured; Muslim gunmen opened fire on Coptic Christians as they were leaving church.|
|August 2013 Rabaa Massacre||August 14, 2013||al-Nahda Square and Rabaa al-Adawiya Square, Cairo, Egypt||1000+||1000+ killed; police and military opened fire on demonstrators opposing the military's ouster of Mohammad Morsi, the first elected president of Egypt who was removed from power following the 2013 Egyptian coup d'état. In addition to thousands of protester casualties, 8 police officers were killed.|
|Wahat convoy incident massacre||September 12, 2015||Egyptian West Desert||12||Egyptian security forces killed 12 people (8 Mexican tourists and 4 Egyptian guides) and injured 10 more (6 Mexican tourists and 4 Egyptian guides) after firing upon a tourist caravan they had mistaken for a terrorist group.|
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