Muslim persecution of Christians Uncategorized


Further proof that reforming islam means fundamemtalism.

Lebanese bishop

<b>Andy Bostom, the preeminent scholar on islamic antisemitism,<b> long dismissed El-Sisi as just another kind of islamic fundamentalist (basic islam 101’er/ post-hijra) muslim, while other so called “experts” where banging their pots and pans for him. This proves it, he has nothing against the persecution of non-muslims in Egypt (dhimmis), in fact, it’s state sanctioned.

Attacks Against Christians in Egypt Rising at Alarming Rate, Human Rights Groups Warn


Stoyan Zaimov , Christian Post Reporter

July 25, 2016 |8:33 am

The father of Saber attends Sunday service in the Virgin Mary Church at Samalout Diocese in Al-Our village, in Minya governorate, south of Cairo, May 3, 2015. Saber was amongst a group of 21 Copts killed by Islamic State militants in Libya this year. Copts have long complained of discrimination under successive Egyptian leaders and Sisi’s actions suggested he would deliver on promises of being an inclusive president who could unite the country after years of political turmoil.

However, striking out at extremists abroad might prove easier than reining in radicals at home. Orthodox Copts, the Middle East’s biggest Christian community, are a test of Sisi’s commitment to tolerance, a theme he often stresses in calling for an ideological assault on Islamist militants threatening Egypt’s security.

Human rights groups have been speaking outagainst what they say is an alarming escalation ofviolence in several attacks against Egypt’s CopticOrthodox Christian community, with policeproviding little if any protection for victims.

Mina Thabet, programme director for minorities and vulnerable groups with the Egyptian Commission of Rights and Freedoms, told AFP that attacks on Coptic Christians have been “escalating in a very short time.”

There have been a number of reports in separate Egyptian villages in recent weeks of large Muslim mobs torching Christian houses, preventing them from establishing churches and gathering to worship. Christians have been beaten and threatened against practicing their faith, while police and government officials have been failing to punish those responsible, Thabet said.

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