It’s always been this way, the ‘people of the book’ meme used by Muslim (and stooge dhimmis) apologists for Islam centers on the fiction that it affords non-Muslims living in Islamic lands with ‘rights’, when in fact they’re arbitrary exemptions from hostilities as long as they ”know their place”.
“Muslims had never destroyed any kind of heritage after their historic victories in foreign countries, in contrary to what ISIS and other extremists are doing now.”
That is flatly false. There are records of literally thousands of Hindu temples that Muslim invaders destroyed in India. And remember that the Middle East and North Africa were Christian areas before the Arab conquest. Those people had churches. They aren’t there now.
“In Egypt, ‘3000 extremist fatwas’ incite destruction of churches,” by Ashraf Abd al-Hameed, Al Arabiya.net, April 1, 2017:
Egypt’s official religious institution tasked with drafting edicts has found 3,000 fatwas (religious edicts) issued by extremists that incite the destruction of churches in the country, Egypt’s Grand Mufti, Dr. Shawki Allam, said on Friday.
Dr. Allam rejected the existence of these fatwas, saying: “human diversity is inevitable and divine … the oppression of religions is rejected by law because human relations are a divine formula to achieve coexistence and renounce discord.”
The extremist fatwas rejected coexistence between Muslims and Christians in Egypt.
Towards the end of 2016, 25 people were killed and 31 wounded in an explosion that targeted the Cathedral of Saint Mark in the Abbasia district in Cairo.
The Mufti said that “all attempts aiming to divide between the Muslims and Christians of Egypt have failed.”