Christian Persecution in the Muslim World: Christians as ‘Target Practice’

Christian Persecution in the Muslim World: Christians as ‘Target Practice’, by Raymond Ibrahim.

One account told of a couple who, after their children were abducted by ISIS militants, answered their door one day to find a plastic bag on their doorstep. It contained the body parts of their daughters and a video of them being brutally tortured and raped.

Another Christian mother from Mosul answered the door to find ISIS jihadis demanding that she leave or pay the jizya (protection money demanded as a tribute by conquered Christians and Jews, according to the Koran 9:29). The woman asked for a few seconds, as her daughter was in the shower, but the jihadis refused to give her the time. They set fire to the house; her daughter was burned alive. The girl died in her mother’s arms

It’s a long article, with many examples. Where are our media? Where are our leaders?

Mideast Christian: “Where are the leaders of the West, Ban Ki-Moon, the EU, WHO, and other Christian organisations?”

The persecution of Christians in the Islamic world has become endemic.

Because these accounts of persecution span different ethnicities, languages, and locales—from Morocco in the West, to Indonesia in the East—it should be clear that one thing alone binds them: Islam—whether the strict application of Islamic Sharia law, or the supremacist culture born of it.

hat-tip Stephen Neil