Venice turns completely red to show solidarity with persecuted Christians and Asia Bibi, by Voice of Europe.
The Italian city of Venice is lit today with red lights in an initiative that aims to remember Christians persecuted for their faith throughout the world.
During the “Venice in Red” initiative some of the city’s most characteristic monuments are illuminated with red lights, such as the Ponte Rialto or the Basilica of Santa Maria della Salute. …
The initiative also pays a particular tribute to the Christian Asia Bibi, who was acquitted at the end of October of the crime of blasphemy for which she had been condemned to the death penalty in Pakistan.
This is the first time ever I have heard of something official in support of persecuted Christians. Christianity is of course the most persecuted religion in the world, by a country mile. Compare that to the countless official warnings of Islamophobia.
The main persecutor of Christians is of course the religion of peace:
hat-tip Stephen Neil