This essay, we are reblogging, gives some idea how widespread and prevalent are the continuing atrocities against Christians in the Muslim world. What is not listed are the persecutions of Christians that are also taking place outside of the Muslim world in Vietnam, in China, in India, and even in Sri Lanka.
Why is the U.S. downplaying or denying attacks against Christians?
“What about the churches which were desecrated? Is this not blasphemy? Where is justice?” — Fr. James Channan OP, Director of The Peace Center, Lahore, Pakistan.
Members of the Islamic group al-Shabaab publicly beheaded the mother of two girls, ages 8 and 15, and her cousin after discovering they were Christians. The girls “were witnesses to the slaughter.” — Somalia.
“Christian teaching is extremely harmful to the mental health of the people.” —Kazakhstan.
Five years’ imprisonment and up to $20,000 in fines for educators if they…speak to a Muslim child of religions other than Islam. — Brunei
Along with an especially egregious list of atrocities committed against Christian minorities throughout the Islamic world, March also saw some callous indifference or worse from the U.S. government.
President Barack Hussein Obama was criticized by human rights activists for not addressing the…
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