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Rarely Reported by the Media Anymore”: Persecution of Christians, March 2019……


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“Rarely Reported by the Media Anymore”: Persecution of Christians, March 2019

by Raymond Ibrahim  •  June 2, 2019 at 5:00 am

  • In 2018 alone, 1,063 attacks on Christian churches or symbols (crucifixes, icons, statues) were registered in France.
  • “I went to the police with eight pages full of threats…. The police advised me to delete my picture from my website…. It’s strange isn’t it: I’m not doing anything wrong, why would I need to hide? I live in a free country.” — March 14, 2019; The Netherlands.
  • An Iranian female asylum seeker was sarcastically informed in her rejection letter that “You affirmed in your…[Interview Record] that Jesus is your saviour, but then claimed that He would not be able to save you from the Iranian regime. It is therefore considered that you have no conviction in your faith and your belief in Jesus is half-hearted.” — Daily Mail, March 24, 2019; United Kingdom.


On Sunday, March 17, arsonists torched the Church of St. Sulpice in Paris soon after midday mass. Such incidences have become prevalent in France, where on average two churches are desecrated every day. Pictured: The Church of St. Sulpice. (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)


When it comes to violence between Muslims and non-Muslims, March news was dominated by the Christchurch massacres in New Zealand, where, on March 15, an Australian man killed 51 Muslims in two mosques. A statistical report that did some number-crunching, however, found that “a Christian living in a majority Muslim country is 143 times more likely to be killed by a Muslim for being a Christian than a Muslim is likely to be killed by a non-Muslim in a Western country for being what he is.”


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