At least 23 people have been massacred in Egypt after gunmen opened fire on Coptic Christians as they travelled on a bus south of Cairo.
There was no immediate claim for the attack in Minya province, which followed Isis bombings at churches in Tanta and Alexandria over Easter.
The terrorist group has targeted Christians and other religious minorities around the world, including in Libya and Pakistan.
Muslim leaders have united in opposition to the group's atrocities in Egypt, forcing Isis to issue a lengthy propaganda article seeking to justify the murder of women and children.
It said “belligerent” Christians in Egypt deserve no protection under its version of Sharia law, adding: “With regards to those of the non-combatant women and children from among the belligerent Christians who are killed unintentionally, their blood is waste."