Christians Being Persecuted all over the World
It's one of the most under-reported atrocities of our time: the unrelenting persecution of Christians in all parts of the world. In fact, the persecution of Christians in the Islamic world is on its way to reaching epidemic proportions. There is one blogger who has continually reported on it: East Valley News Network. If you care about the survival of Christianity in the world, and in America, I suggest you put your priorities in order and stand up for what you believe in.
Keep in mind that Christians do not compell others to become Christians. They persuade. Christians are among the most tolerant people on earth. They are more than willing to coexist with others.
Yet, others wish them to be silent or dead.
Here are just a few articles:
October 8, 2012. Muslim Persecution of Christians: August 2012. August’s batch of Muslim persecution of Christians around the world includes (but is not limited to) ......the following countries: Iraq, Ivory Coast, Mali, Nigeria, Syria, Azerbaijan, Indonesia, Kenya, Egypt, Pakistan, Tanzania, Tunisia, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and Uzbekistan.
“On a range of issues and on a score of fronts Russia is going backwards and going backwards fast,” Lantos Swett warned. For Romanyuk and his now homeless congregation, Russia’s dark and repressive past is still very much their present
September 5, 2012. TDSB (Toronto District School Board) Fee Hike Raises Rent for Church Group 800%.
"So if you are a Filipino Christian congregation renting space from the Toronto District School Board, you face a shocking 800% gouging increase in your rental permits.
"But if you are a Muslim Imam using a school cafeteria as a mosque for Friday prayers, there is not only no increase — but no charge at all."
October 12, 2012. The Talibans Barbaric Shooting of a Child Activist. Christians aren't the only ones who are being persecuted. The Taliban is intent upon returning the world to 7th century barbarism.
"The Taliban reign, which began in earnest in 2007, included such niceties as public segregation of the sexes; bans on music, movies, and television; a ban on girls’ education; and public whippings, beatings and stoning meted out to violators of the new rules.
"In fact, the Pakistani jihadists’ enthusiasm for sacrificing children can be witnessed by the fact that of the 2,488 incidents of terrorism in Pakistan since 2009 — which have claimed the lives of 3,169 people — most were the result of suicide bombings conducted by underage terrorists.
"It’s certainly not surprising to Kamila Hayat, a senior official of the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan, who said of the attack on Malala, “This is an attack to silence courage through a bullet. These are the forces who want to take us to the dark ages.”
"Tragically, for Malala Yousufzai and millions of Pakistani girls like her, those dark ages have already arrived."