Skip to comments.The global holiday jihad on Christians — and more Obama moral equivalence
Posted on 01/03/2011 11:52:25 AM PST by Nachum
Ive noted Islamic attacks on Coptic Christians at home and abroad dating back to 2005 and Good Friday 2006.
The latest wave of violence came over the New Years Day holiday in Egypt and follows increased Muslim persecution of Christians in Nigeria, the Philippines, Baghdad, and across the Middle East:
For Christians in the Middle East, there is no doubt that daily life has become more difficult. Many complain of attacks and persecution, forcing hundreds to flee their homes. Among the different Christian groups in the region, the Coptic Christians in Egypt is the largest, numbering some six million.
Attacks have also taken place on the homes of Iraqi Christians in recent months. Two people were killed and at least 16 wounded in attacks in Baghdad on New Years Eve. Al Qaeda-linked militants are suspected. This just two month after 52 people were killed when gunmen stormed the Syrian Catholic Cathedral in Baghdad.
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I’m glad to see the Copts are taking to the streets in protest. They’re beginning to rise up against this sh*t.