Muslim Persecution of Christians: February 2014
by, Raymond Ibrahim | The Gatestone Institute
“This is not a mosque for prayers but a base for recruiting Muslim youths to engage in terrorist activities.” — Police official, Mombasa, Kenya
A new law appeared in the Indonesian province of Aceh saying that Islamic laws (Sharia) be extended to non-Muslims, the majority of whom are Christian.
“Over the last few years, religious minorities have been targeted, their villages burned, accused in false cases of blasphemy, victims of intimidation, forced marriages, and forced conversions. When a Christian is accused of blasphemy, the people of a neighborhood gather to punish the culprit, burning him alive or lynching him. The police and the government have never punished such acts.” — The Anglican Bishop of Karachi, Pakistan
The most historic and emblematic sign of Muslim persecution of Christians returned in February: Christians in Raqqa, Syria, under the occupation…
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