Where is the reciprocity? The infamous "interfaith dialogue" that Islamic supremacists club us with. There is none. Muslims in non-Muslim countries are "building bridges" one way and one way only -- to Islam. Muslim outreach is a giant hoax.
Where is President Barack Hussein? Where is the leader of the free world speaking out forcefully for freedom for all peoples? Where is Obama providing sanctuary for non-Muslims suffering unspeakable horrors, persecution, oppression and slaughter at the hands of Muslim supremacists under the sharia?
How does President Barack Hussein address the ethnic cleansing and brutal treatment of non-Muslims under Muslim rule? He sanctions it with silence. President Obama has gone so far as to remove the sections covering religious freedom and religious persecution from the Country Reports on Human Rights that the State Department releases.
It's not just Christians, of course, but Hindus, Zoroastrians, Baha'is, Jews, Zoroastrians, et al.
Christian Tragedy in the Muslim World by Bruce Thornton Defining Ideas, July 25, 2013We are living through one of the largest persecutions of a religious group in history.
Few people realize that we are today living through the largest persecution of Christians in history, worse even than the famous attacks under ancient Roman emperors like Diocletian and Nero. Estimates of the numbers of Christians under assault range from 100-200 million. According to one estimate, a Christian is martyred every five minutes. And most of this persecution is taking place at the hands of Muslims. Of the top fifty countries persecuting Christians, forty-two have either a Muslim majority or have sizeable Muslim populations.
The extent of this disaster, its origins, and the reasons why it has been met with a shrug by most of the Western media are the topics of Raymond Ibrahim’s Crucified Again. Ibrahim is a Shillman Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center and an associate fellow of the Middle East Forum. Fluent in Arabic, he has been tracking what he calls “one of the most dramatic stories” of our time in the reports and witnesses that appear in Arabic newspapers, news shows, and websites, but that rarely get translated into English or picked up by the Western press. What he documents in this meticulously researched and clearly argued book is a human rights disaster of monumental proportions.