| Matthew 7:16 ‘By their fruits you shall know them…’ We do not worship the same God, period!
| Saturday, February 06, 2016
|(Continued from Part 1 and Part 2)
“After the San Bernardino attacks,
everybody was saying, ‘If only Americans knew more about Islam, they
wouldn’t be so afraid.’ Actually, it’s the reverse.” — Bill Maher
‘I have been commanded to fight…’
The condemnations of Christianity in the Koran (cited in Part 2)
have real-world implications, as can be seen in the 14 centuries of
Islamic jihad and aggression, and in the modern global phenomenon of
Muslim persecution of Christians.
As Raymond Ibrahim painstakingly
documents both in his book Crucified Again: Exposing Islam’s New War Against Christians, and in his monthly series Muslim Persecution of Christians,
Islam’s jihad against Christianity spans centuries, geography, race and
language, and takes exactly the same form, whether in Nigeria, Sudan or
Egypt (Africa), or in Iraq, Syria, Iran or Lebanon (the Middle East),
or in Pakistan, Afghanistan and all the other ‘stans (Central Asia), or
in Southeast Asia, the Philippines, Indonesia, and so on.
Another reliable source, Open Doors, has just published their annual World Watch List
on persecution of Christians for 2015, noting that the persecution of
Christians in Muslim-majority countries, while horrific in 2014 and
prior years, actually doubled in 2015. Over 80% of the 50 worst nations
for persecution of Christians are Islamic nations or have large Muslim
Why is Muslim persecution of Christians so universal, and why has it been going on for 14 centuries? It certainly can’t be a retaliation for
the Crusades, as they post-date the creation of Islam by more than four
centuries, and were themselves a response against relentless Islamic
aggression. Read it all here................................
|posted by D.Swami Gwekanandam @ 8:11 PM