More on the Muslim persecution of Christians 251

 Human rights groups are too preoccupied with blaming Israel for defending itself against Palestinian terrorists to notice or care what the Muslims are doing to Christians.

Here is another extract from  Robert Spencer’s study:

 What Justus Reid Weiner, an international human
rights lawyer, stated in December 2007 about Christians
in Palestinian areas applies to Christians in the Islamic
world generally: “The systematic persecution of Christian
Arabs living in Palestinian areas is being met with nearly
total silence by the international community, human rights
activists, the media and NGOs.” He said that if nothing were
done, no Christians would be left there in fifteen years, for
Christian leaders are being forced to abandon their followers
to the forces of radical Islam.”70

Posted under Christianity, Commentary by Jillian Becker on Sunday, June 15, 2008

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Muslim persecution of Christians 58

 David Horowitz’s Freedom Center has just published a short book on this subject by Robert Spencer, the dependable expert on Islam.

It can be found at Front Page Magazine and needs to be read. This is from the introductory pages: 

Fearful of offending Muslim sensibilities, the

international community has averted its gaze

[from the massacre of Christians in Indonesia],

allowing the persecution to take place in the darkness. Nowhere else is

religious bigotry legitimated by holy writ, in this case the

Quran, or by a significant number of religious leaders, in this

case imams. Nowhere else does religious bigotry have such

bloody consequences. Nowhere else does such religious

bigotry take place almost entirely without comment, let

alone condemnation, from the human rights community.

Christian persecution by Muslims has become a familiar

narrative, repeated with terrifying frequency in Muslim

controlled areas throughout the world …

 

Posted under Christianity, Commentary by Jillian Becker on Sunday, June 15, 2008

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