There were conflicting official information about the security situation in the city of Rafah on the Egyptian side of the border with the Gaza Strip, as noted television correspondent to an attack by gunmen on a church, they which set fire to it, which was denied by the governor of the region.
TV channels reported the Egyptian semi-official on the Governor of North Sinai San denying such information, he said, adding that what is in this context, "similar to amplify the media exaggerate the size of opposition demonstrations.
The spokesman also denied on behalf of the Coptic Church of Saint Mark, that Mary Girgis Church in Rafah were damaged have been set on fire in part of the contents during the sabotage that rocked the country since the days.
Denied, church spokesman told the media on a landmine explosion near the wall of the church, Saturday, pointing out that he was linked to the blast, which occurred at purification of natural gas fed to the Kingdom of Jordan.
However, Egyptian television reported that the attack was against the Church, "Mary " in Rafah, said she was "exposed to the burning and destruction and was trying to smoke out of them."
He added: "When the failed attempt to destroy the church, the property inside the terrorists with their weapons and smashing crosses, and there was no one inside the church hour attack."