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The Arab Spring and Christian Persecution
by Joseph Puder on Sep 8th, 2011
While the Western media and governments have been preoccupied with the so called “Arab Spring,” little if any attention has been paid to the increased persecution of Christians in the Muslim Middle East.
Throughout the region, Christians have been targeted by Muslim mobs killing innocent bystanders, burning churches, and destroying Christian properties. Interviewed by The National on June 19, 2011, Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury declared that the Arab Spring is posing a threat to Christian minorities throughout the Middle East. He added that “extremists were filling vacuums left by ousting of autocratic regimes,” and “leading to Copts being targeted in Egypt.” In Syria, Archbishop Williams warned, “tensions between Christian communities and Muslim majorities were reaching breaking point.” And, he added that Christians in northern Iraq had been subjected to a form of “ethnic cleansing.” The archbishop made his comments in an interview with BBC radio on August 30, during which he said that even in Bethlehem, Christ’s birthplace, the once-majority Christian population had now become a “marginalized minority.”
Mere HER i FrontPageMagazine. Interviewet med ærkebiskop, Rowan Williams, kan ses eller høres her:
England kan også være med. Biblen er fornærmelig:
Postal workers refuse to deliver Bible recordings because the CDs are ‘offensive’
9th September 2011
Postal workers refused to deliver CDs of Bible readings after deciding they were ‘offensive material’.
Several churches had paid for discs with recordings of St Mark’s Gospel to be produced to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible.
They were due to be delivered to all households on the Channel Island of Jersey, but church leaders were stunned when they were told postal workers would not handle the 45,000 CDs.
Mere HER i The Daily Mail. Og i Norge, – landet med det ambivalente forhold til terror, bliver frafaldne fra islam overhældt med syre og kogende vand:
Muslims attack Afghan convert with boiling water and acid
07 September 2011
An Afghan convert to Christianity fears for his life after being attacked with boiling water and acid by Muslims at a centre for asylum seekers.
“Ali” was targeted by fellow asylum seekers at an immigration centre in Norway after they discovered that he had converted to Christianity. He said:
De norske myndigheder bragte den sårede, livstruede mand tilbage til asylcenteret, hvor bødlerne ventede. Naturligvis. Man er vel norsk, ikke? Mere HER hos Barnabas Fund.
Why ‘Christian’ Persecution?
by Raymond Ibrahim – September 9, 2011
Some are asking why my new monthly series, “Muslim Persecution of Christians,” wherein I collate and assess some of the atrocities committed by Muslims against Christians, does not include the persecution of other religious minority groups; others are suggesting I broaden my scope to include all minorities, for instance, homosexuals.
Of course other minority groups—essentially any religion other than Islam (or even the wrong kind of Islam, e.g., Shi’ism, Sufism)—experience persecution in the Muslim world. Accordingly, others qualified in the particulars of the various religions and civilizations persecuted by Islam are encouraged to collate and comment on them, monthly or otherwise.
Og mere om Egypten:
Muslims Blockade Christian Village in Egypt, Demand Demolition of Church
By Mary Abdelmassih – September 9, 2011
Christians in the Upper Egyptian village of Elmarinab in Edfu, Aswan province, have been forbidden to leave their homes or buy food until they remove the dome of St. George’s Church, which was rebuilt in its previous location. Village Muslims, backed by Muslim Salafists from neighboring villages, have threatened to demolish the church on Friday September 9 after prayers and use it as a mosque.
Despite the presence of security forces, Muslims have blocked the roads to the village, refusing passage of any Christians under any circumstance.
Mere HER hos AINA.