I’ve been detailing Muslim (Islamic inspired) persecution of Christians throughout the Muslim world, and it all comes down to one thing, Islamic supremacy and the sharia’s enforcement of that supremacy through the institution of dhimmitude. As soon as the Muslim Brotherhood took over Gaza (Hamas takeover), the local Christians there were engulfed by the very same fear Syrian, Egyptian (and every where else Islamic fundamentalists are active) Christians are experiencing.
There is no pluralism in Islam.
‘We’re Too Frightened to Talk’
Christians Flee from Radical Rebels in Syria
Thousands of Syrians are fleeing into neighboring Lebanon — not entirely due to fear of the Assad regime. The country’s minority Christian population is suffering under attacks waged by rebel troops. In the Beqaa Valley in eastern Lebanon, Christian families are finding temporary refuge, but they are still terrified.
There had been many warnings that the Khouri* family wouldn’t talk. “They won’t say a word — they’re too scared,” predicted the mayor of Qa, a small market town in northeastern Lebanon where the Khouris are staying. “They won’t even open their door for journalists,” said another person, who had contacted the family on behalf of a non-governmental organization.
Somehow, though, the interview was arranged in the end. Reserved and halting, the women described what happened to their husbands, brothers and nephews back in their hometown of Qusayr in Syria. They were killed by Syrian rebel fighters, the women said — murdered because they were Christians, people who in the eyes of radical Islamist freedom fighters have no place in the new Syria.