CHRISTIANS ARE PERSECUTED FOR THEIR FAITH AND NOBODY SEEMS TO CARE 01/12/2011


by Moody Adams
There is more media coverage of the Muslim facing opposition to their 9/11 Mosque that for the world-wide killings of Chrstians.

"In recent days, Christian churches have been bombed in Egypt, Iraq, Nigeria and the Philippines," writes Clifford May of Scripps Howard. "In Indonesia a mob of 1,000 Muslims burned down two Christian churches. In Iran, scores of Christians have been arrested. In Pakistan, a Christian woman received the death penalty for the "crime" of insulting Islam; the governor of Punjab promised to pardon her -- and was then assassinated for the "crime" of blasphemy."

Christian churches have been bombed in Egypt, Iraq, Nigeria and the Philippines.
minority Christians faced new challenges Thursday, January 6, after their most comprehensive Christian library was reportedly destroyed by Muslim militants who also promise to continue killing Christians.

In Nigeria suspected Muslim militants targeted churches and other sites that killed as many as 38 people.

Some 130 Christian worshippers, including children, remain imprisoned in Egypt, after 2,000 security forces attacked their church which was under re-construction, killing several people.

A Pakistani evangelist and pastor was set on fire by hard-line Muslims in Pakistan's Punjab province.

Hundreds of Iraqi Christian families are fleeing Iraq's capital, Baghdad, and the town of Mosul as Muslim murderers target Christian families in their own homes and workplaces.

If there are any modeate Muslims or concerned Christians there must be a loud, loud, outcry over what is happening to people of the Christian faith.

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