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Pictures: ISIS Savages Mass Beheading Of Coptic Christians

The blood thirsty and barbaric Islamic State have released a new video allegedly showing the beheading of 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians.  The victims had been working in Libya when they were separated from their Muslim co workers and taken by Islamofascist terrorists.

A scrolling caption in the video referred to the hostages as “People of the cross, followers of the hostile Egyptian Church”. Speaking in English, a fighter from the group said the beheadings were revenge for “Muslim women persecuted by Coptic crusaders in Egypt”. Usual stupid response as the Copts are in no position to persecute anybody in Islam dominated Egypt.

 

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Coptic Christians make up around 10% of Egyptians. Until Egypt was invaded by Muslim armies , almost the whole of the nation were Copts. With the Muslim invaders spreading Islam by the sword with the choice of convert or die. Eventually Islam and its backward ideology became dominant.

Under Muslim rule, Christians were treated as second-class citizens both in society and under Islamic law, Copts paid jiyza (special taxes), had no access to political power but were exempt from military service. The Copts were cut off from the main stream of Christianity, but they were allowed to practice their religion with many restrictions in place .Unofficially, still to this day Egyptian Copts face persecution from Muslims.

Christian Women Stripped And Paraded Naked By Muslims

Almost every day we switch the TV on or pick up a newspaper and somebody is going on about Islamophobia. You only have to remotely mention Islam or Muslims in the slightest negative way and the PC brigade and Muslim apologists are crawling out of the woodwork shouting Islamophobic in your face. To them Muslims can only ever be the victims of racism and discrimination. Islamophobia is now big business for the alliance of the far left communist and far right Islamist front groups. The more they make it a taboo subject to even mention Islam, the more potential people there is to accuse them of Islamophobia and more poor Muslim victims. Keeps the Islamophia gravy train full of pound notes from generous government grants running even longer.

I wonder if i relocated to a Muslim country such as Pakistan and set up an equivalent of TellMama called Tell Kafir to fight Christianphobia and monitor attacks by Muslims on Christians. If the Islamic governments would be just as appeasing as the British government is to TellMama throwing me mind blowing amounts of money in funding. I somehow doubt that very much, chances are id be locked up under some kind of anti religious freedom laws. Unlike TellMama in Britain.It would at least be able to justify every last penny of  £314,000 grant received on staff  handling the phone hotlines and investigating real hate attacks committed by oppressive Muslims such as these events recently in Pakistan where 3 Christian women were stripped naked and paraded around a village by a gang of Islamist brutes. 

The Christian persecution by Muslims in Islamic countries is on a far higher level than the alleged Islamophobic attacks in the UK that are usually no more than name calling online

Pakistan: Christian women paraded naked as elders kept turbans on attackers’ feets – daily.bhaskar.com

Pakistan: Christian women paraded naked as elders kept turbans on attackers' feets - daily.bhaskar.com

Islamabad: In a shocking incident, three Christian women were attacked and then paraded naked by the supporters of the Nawaz Sharif’s ruling party in a village in Pakistan, on June 3.

The village elders pleaded with the attackers to spare the women and even kept their turbans on the feet of the attackers.

The attackers were goons hired by the powerful landlord of the area, Muhammad Munir, the son of Abdul Rasheed. He is said to be a supporter of the ruling party Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, (PML-N).

The incident came to light in a press release by Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC).

On the night of June 3, armed men scaled the wall of the house of Sadiq Masih and started looking for Masih’s son. When they could not find him they attacked the three women who were sleeping inside the house.

The attackers forced the women out of the home and tore-off their clothes. They then started shouting to attract the attention of the people, to let them see the extent of the clout yielded by the landlord.

The attackers left women after warning the people against complaining to the police.

Christians and other minority communities have come under repeated attack in Pakistan. In November 2005, Muslim church and schools were attacked in Faisalabad after Muslim preachers urged the people to take revenge after a Christian allegedly burnt Koran pages.

Last year, a number of people belonging to Hindu community of Pakistan had to flee to India after they were threatened and attacked by the fundamentalist forces in Pakistan. The incidents of attacks on minority are particularly rampant in the tribal regions of the Northwest Frontier Province (NWFP), Quetta and Federal Administered Tribal Area (FATA) of the region. The rule of government is practically negligible in these areas and attacks are carried out with ruthless impunity.

Girls belonging to minority families are abducted, converted to Islam and forced to marry Muslim boys. The case of Rinku is one such instance. She was abducted and forced to marry a Muslim boy in Mirpur.

Twenty-year-old Radha was subjected to similar humiliation, after she was abducted and forced to marry 25-year-old Salim.

Karachi High Court is listening to a hearing in which a temple was demolished by a builder. The Rampeer Mandir in Karachi was demolished last December. As a result, more than 40 people were rendered homeless.

Christians are not the only group that is facing persecution in Pakistan. Shia Muslims have been regularly killed in suicide bomb attacks. In February this year more than 100 people were killed by coordinated suicide attacks in Quetta.

 

Christianphobia, Persecution And The Death Of Churches Under Intolerant Islam

Video: Filthy Egyptian Islamists Sexually Attack Women For Being Christian (18+)

Filthy Muslim animals in Egypt far outnumbering 2 Coptic Christian women. Chase after them, inflict them to a savage violent beating and then sexually assault them. Sex crimes against non Muslims and the persecution of the Copts who are the true Egyptians are rife in Egypt. Even TV reporters have been subjected to sex attacks while live on TV. The Islamist Muslim Brotherhood have even sanctioned rape in the past. Egyptian Muslim males seem to need little excuse to unleash the sex pest inside them. The Muslims in this video are clearly getting a power trip out of subjecting innocent women to horrible acts.

“Get me them motherfuckers and i’ll kill them’

“Christians….Christians……….Christians…..Christians”

“There is no God but Allah”

“Beat her …Beat her”

“Allah akbar, Allah akbar, Allah akbar”

“Film them, film them”

“There is no God but Allah, Allah akbar”

“There is no God but Allah,”There is no God but Allah”

“Allah akbar, “There is no God but Allah”

“There is no God but Allah, There is no God but Allah”

The so called ‘religion of peace’ has no tolerance or respect  for any other faiths, despite all their claims for being the victims all the time, the truth is Islam is pure evil, and the Muslims are no victims but the oppressors. There will never be peace in this world while there is Islam. 

Viewer Discretion Advised – Egyptian Islamists Sexually Attack Women Believe To Be A Christian

Egyptian Mosque Used To Torture Christians Following Anti Muslim Brotherhood Protest

Egypts minority Coptic Christians finding themselves on the receiving end of  an ever increasing amount of violent Muslim persecution. The brutality they are subjected to is state sanctioned by the Islamist Muslim brotherhood government. There is no compassion or religious freedoms in Islam.

Egyptian mosque turned into house of torture for Christians after Muslim Brotherhood protest

Published March 26, 2013

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    Amir Ayad lies in a hospital bed after he was allegedly beaten by Islamic hardliners who stormed a mosque in suburban Cairo. (MidEast Christian News)

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    Protesters chant in front of the general prosecutor’s office in Cairo this week after the arrest of a prominent blogger and four others following violent clashes between supporters and opponents of the Muslim Brotherhood. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)

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    Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi is under fire from Copts and moderate Muslims, but violent militias are fighting his opponents in the streets. (AP) (AP/Egypt State TV)

Islamic hard-liners stormed a mosque in suburban Cairo, turning it into torture chamber for Christians who had been demonstrating against the ruling Muslim Brotherhood in the latest case of violent persecution that experts fear will only get worse.

Such stories have become increasingly common as tensions between Egypt’s Muslims and Copts mount, but in the latest case, mosque officials corroborated much of the account and even filed a police report. Demonstrators, some of whom were Muslim, say they were taken from the Muslim Brotherhood headquarters in suburban Cairo to a nearby mosque on Friday and tortured for hours by hard-line militia members.

 

“There is no longer anything to hold them back. The floodgates are open.”

– Shaul Gabbay, University of Denver professor on Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood

 

“They accompanied me to one of the mosques in the area and I discovered the mosque was being used to imprison demonstrators and torture them,” Amir Ayad, a Coptic who has been a vocal protester against the regime, told MidEast Christian News from a hospital bed.

Ayad said he was beaten for hours with sticks before being left for dead on a roadside. Amir’s brother, Ezzat Ayad, said he received an anonymous phone call at 3 a.m. Saturday, with the caller saying his brother had been found near death and had been taken to the ambulance.

“He underwent radiation treatment that proved that he suffered a fracture in the bottom of his skull, a fracture in his left arm, a bleeding in the right eye, and birdshot injuries,” Ezzat Ayad said.

Officials at the Bilal ibn Rabah Mosque said radical militias stormed the building, in the Cairo suburb of Moqattam, after Friday prayers.

“[We] deeply regret what has happened and apologize to the people of Moqattam,” mosque officials said in a statement, adding that “they had lost control over the mosque at the time.”

The statement also “denounced and condemned the violence and involving mosques in political conflicts.”

The latest crackdown is further confirmation that the Muslim Brotherhood’s most hard-line elements are consolidating control in Egypt, according to Shaul Gabbay, a professor of international studies at the University of Denver.

“It will only get worse,” said Gabbay. “This has been a longstanding conflict, but now that the Muslim Brotherhood is in power, it is moving forward to implement its ideology – which is that Christians are supposed to become Muslims.

“There is no longer anything to hold them back,” he continued. “The floodgates are open.”

Gabbay said the violent militias that allegedly tortured Ayad work hand-in-hand with police and may, in fact, be beyond the control of increasingly unpopular President Mohammed Morsi. While he may benefit from roving bands that attack demonstrators, they also undermine his claim of being a legitimate leader.

“Egyptian society is split over the Morsi regime, and it is not just a Coptic-Muslim split,” Gabbay said. “The less conservative elements of the Muslim society are increasingly uneasy with the Muslim Brotherhood. The Christian Copts are an easy target, but they are not alone in their mistrust of the Brotherhood.”

Experts agreed that the Copts, who comprise roughly 10 percent of the nation’s 83 million people, are not alone in their opposition to the Muslim Brotherhood, which took power in hotly contested elections following the 2011 ouster of longtime President Hosni Mubarak. Moderate Muslims and secular liberals are increasingly uncomfortable with the Islamization of the government.

Sheikh Ahmed Saber, a well-known imam and official in Egypt’s Ministry of Endowments, has blasted Morsi’s justice ministry for allowing persecution of Copts.

“All Egyptians in general are oppressed, but Christians are particularly oppressed, because they suffer double of what others suffer,” Saber told MCN.

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/world/2013/03/26/egyptian-mosque-turned-into-house-torture-for-christians-after-muslim/#ixzz2OgIrxj8E

Catholic Churches Destroyed and Christians Persecuted By Muslim Oppressors In Nigeria

Islamists in Nigeria have been continuing their persecution of Christians, burning down 50 out of 52 Catholic churches in 1 diocese. The Islamic oppressors are spreading Islam in true Muslim fashion in the age old way of fear and violence. Again showing that the claims Islam is the ‘Religion Of Peace’ is the biggest lie in history.Islam is the  ‘Religion Of Hate’ , its evil,barbaric and totalitarian nature pushed by blood thirsty Muslim savages.

“Members of Boko Haram are killing Christians. They want to Islamize the North. Their targets are Christians, the security men and the police. Many Christians have already left the North,” the Christian leader said. “For those of us remaining in the North, we worship under the heavy presence of the military. The time the church was attacked was because the service was held on Monday.”

A Roman Catholic priest reports that 50 out of 52 Catholic Churches in Nigeria’s Maiduguri Diocese have been destroyed.

According to a report by on Shoebat.com, Father Jerome Ituah of Christ the King Catholic Parish in Kurudu said the buildings have been knocked down, but the people are not discouraged.

“You would always see them worshiping under rain and sun in open places at the site of their destroyed places of worship,” Ituah said, according to the report.

Heritage Foundation Africa Analyst Steven Bucci said that the numbers are consistent with the goals of Boko Haram, a jihadist militant group in Nigeria.

“They have been targeting Catholics and evangelicals right along. They are dedicated to spreading Islam by any means, and they prefer the bloodiest ways available,” Bucci said.

News of the destruction of 50 churches follows only weeks after it was reported that a Nigerian general proposed amnesty for some members of Boko Haram.

According to the report, “The national coordinator of Nigeria’s counter-terrorism center said the government is willing to embrace members of the militant group who renounce terrorism, Nigeria’s Daily Trust reported Tuesday.”

The report added, “Nigerian counter-terrorism chief Major Gen. Sarkin-Yaki Bello said the government would adopt some socio-economic measure to address extremism in the north and grant amnesty to members of Boko Haram.”

A report of an amnesty offer stands in sharp contrast to Boko Haram’s rejection of a call for peace. As WND reported last summer, the group answered “no.”

Human rights group International Christian Concern is reporting that gunmen stormed a Nigerian church in the town of Ottie and killed 19 people.

According to witnesses at the church, the method of attack and the tactics closely follow the operational methods of Boko Haram.

In a statement for the press, ICC reported that a Nigerian Christian leader who asked not to be identified put the blame completely on the jihadi group.

“Members of Boko Haram are killing Christians. They want to Islamize the North. Their targets are Christians, the security men and the police. Many Christians have already left the North,” the Christian leader said. “For those of us remaining in the North, we worship under the heavy presence of the military. The time the church was attacked was because the service was held on Monday.”

Bucci added that he’s not sure if the Nigerian government is even willing to stop Boko Haram.

International Christian Concern’s Africa specialist, William Stark, said that while he can’t vouch for the time period, destroying Catholic churches is part of Boko Haram’s method of operation.

“I do believe the recent attacks against Christians and foreigners in Nigeria have told us a lot about Boko Haram. From the outside, it looks like Boko Haram may be fracturing into different groups,” Stark said.

He said a short-lived ceasefire shows a rift in the ranks.

“Last month’s ceasefire agreement showed that there is a fracture between Boko Haram members that are ready to end the insurgency and others that are not willing to call a peace,” Stark said. “Also, this new group (Ansaru) that is targeting foreigners vs. Nigerians shows a new splinter group.”

Stark said changing names or groups won’t end the violence.

“Whether these groups continue to fracture or not, Christians will still be persecuted. There seems to be an agreement between all of the groups that Nigeria’s north shouldn’t allow Christians to exist and worship freely,” Stark said.

Former PLO operative turned Islam analyst and peace activist Walid Shoebat warned, “Look for the Islamic persecution of Christians in Nigeria – courtesy of Boko Haram – to increase.”

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2013/03/muslim-jihadists-crush-50-catholic-churches/#9gzIM4o7jqooHfMY.99

Pakistani Christians left fearful, disillusioned after Muslim mob destroyed their homes

In the UK and other civilized western nations we are expected to go out of our ways to accommodate Muslims and their Islamic views. Yet Christians unfortunate enough to live in Islamic lands aren’t so fortunate to get the same treatment in return. Islam has a zero tolerance policy towards other religions who the Muslims openly persecute

Residents of Joseph Colony, Lahore trusted police to protect their homes after they were ordered to evacuat

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Pakistani Christians left fearful, disillusioned after Muslim mob destroyed their homes

LAHORE, Pakistan – Christians living in tents here after Muslims destroyed more than 175 homes following a blasphemy accusation are disillusioned that authorities have not compensated them, but for some the greatest pain is what cannot be replaced.

“I am still unable to recover from the trauma after seeing my house burnt down completely,” said one elderly woman, Meraj Bibi. “It takes ages to build a house and make it into home, but these cruel people shattered our lives within minutes.”

The two streets leading to predominantly Christian Joseph Colony are packed with white and yellow tents, most donated by the Al-Khair Foundation, a British Muslim charity, and the Sindh-based “secular” political party, the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM).

Christians of Joseph Colony lost their homes after police ordered them to leave the area in anticipation of rioting by local Muslims this month. About 3,000 Muslims gathered outside Joseph Colony on March 9, furious over an alleged remark against Islam by a Christian, Sawan Masih, in an earlier discussion with his Muslim drinking buddy, barber Shahid Imran.

“They [the police] said that the mobs could harm our daughters, so we should vacate our houses immediately,” said Monica, mother of a 2-year-old and wife of a sanitation worker. “We trusted them and thought that they would protect our belongings, but the next day we saw our homes turn into ashes.”

Another resident, Parveen Bibi, told Morning Star News that she and her family had lived in Joseph Colony for 40 years.

“My husband and sons are sanitation workers – we keep the city clean, we keep the people’s homes clean, and yet this is how we are acknowledged,” she said. “They even took the jewelry we had collected for our daughter’s wedding. And here we are now, sitting in a tent wondering when we’ll be able to sleep in our homes.”

In spite of Masih’s arrest in the wee morning hours of March 9, the mob robbed and torched more than 175 houses, two church buildings and dozens of shops and vehicles (see Morning Star News, March 11). Masih was arrested under Section 295-C of the Pakistan Penal Code, which calls for death or life imprisonment for those accused of blaspheming Muhammad, the prophet of Islam.

The Lahore district government has set up 185 tents for the displaced families. Layers of coiled barbed wire and a heavy police contingent protect the entrances to the camps set up for the residents of Joseph Colony, an impoverished Christian area of nearly 200 families. Residents are determined to start their lives afresh, but they say the most difficult challenge is getting free of fear.

“It would be great if we could have a city of our own – here I will always live in fear that someone might just accuse me of blasphemy,” said Nasreen, a teenage girl sitting in a tent eating biscuits.

On the other side of Lahore, some residents of the predominantly Christian area of Youhanabad told Morning Star News that police unleashed force on youths when they gathered to protest against the Joseph Colony arson.

“The police fired nearly 500 tear-gas shells in our area – they beat our boys ruthlessly,” said Bashir Masih, a mason. “Why didn’t they use their batons and tear gas when our homes were being burnt in Joseph Colony?”

Compensation
Immediately after the attack, the Punjab chief minister announced immediate compensation to families that lost their homes. Compensation checks of 500,000 rupees delivered to residents, however, failed to clear.

“The Punjab government handed over the checks to us on Monday (March 11), and we deposited them in banks the next day,” said Haneef Masih, a worker in an iron factory. “It’s been over one week, but the checks haven’t been cleared.”

Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif also promised reconstruction of destroyed homes in just four days. On Wednesday (March 20), he told media that renovation of 60 houses had been completed, with work on the remainder to be finished by Saturday (March 23).

Sen. Kamran Michael of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) told Morning Star News that the Punjab government was determined to present reconstructed houses to affected families by March 23.

“Most of the houses have been reconstructed and handed over to the people,” he said. “Their compensation checks are also being cleared, and things should be back to normal before Easter.”

Engineer Nek Alam said it could take more than a month to reconstruct and/or renovate houses.

“Some houses need to be reconstructed completely,” he said. “That will obviously take us longer than the chief minister’s announced March 23 deadline.”

The devastation has sunk the already sullied reputation of the Punjab provincial government, a Christian rights activist said.

“It is a national shame, and obviously the PML-N government cannot risk more flak over its indifferent attitude towards Christians – first Shanti Nagar, then Gojra and now Joseph Colony,” he said. “Everyone knows who stopped the police from taking action against the mobs, yet no one would speak against them. The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz is a traditionally ally of radical Islamic outfits, some of which have unleashed deadly terrorist attacks against the country’s minorities, especially Hazara Shias, Ahmadis and Christians.”

At the same time, Christians of Joseph Colony and across Pakistan have acknowledged the relief efforts and moral support extended to them by moderate Muslims and the national media for highlighting and strongly condemning the assault.

“Our heads are bowed in shame – it’s unfortunate that such religious bigots are breeding in our country,” a young Muslim man told Morning Star News as he distributed juice and rice in plastic bags. “They are not just enemies of minorities, but of the entire country. I’m here to tell my Christian countrymen that all Muslims are not the same, and we will stand by you in your hour of need.”

Justice
Michael said the government would ensure stern punishment to the perpetrators of the incident.

“Unlike Gojra, this time the state is the complainant in the case,” he said. “All the accused have been booked under non-bailable sections, and we will not let them go scot-free.”

A First Information Report (FIR) has been registered against at least 83 people, including the accuser, Imran, under various sections – including 295-A of the blasphemy statute, for burning church buildings and desecrating Bibles. Imran has yet to be arrested, however, and rights activists said precedent suggests there is little chance of prosecution of the ones already in custody.

Residents concur that Masih and Imran were drunk when they spoke to each other on March 7. But Masih’s family members deny that the two were discussing religion.

“We think that the local factory owners are behind this incident,” said Masih’s brother, Babar Masih. “Our brother and Imran were supporting rival groups for the trade union election scheduled for March 20 [now postponed].”

A related theory circulating among residents holds that an attempted land grab by factory owners spurred the blasphemy allegation. Several residents told Morning Star News that factory owners had been pressuring them to sell their homes so that the businesses could expand.

“We would have considered it if the offers were lucrative enough, but these people wanted us to sell them our homes for peanuts,” said one resident, Barkat Masih. “These offers started coming in almost four years ago, but we didn’t give in to their demands. I’m sure these factory owners are behind this incident.”

Sawan Masih’s house lay at the front perimeter of Joseph Colony, on a street with several iron furnaces and warehouses, and his family was among those pressured to sell their property.

“They accused Sawan of blasphemy, but have they not committed the same act by burning our churches and setting fire to our Bibles?” Barkat Masih said. “The Muslims have ruined us.”

Bishop Azad Marshall, chairman of the National Council of Churches in Pakistan, told Morning Star News that church leaders were considering ways to engage Muslim religious and political leaders in discussions aimed at stopping misuse of Pakistan’s blasphemy laws.

The laws have frequently been misused as revenge for other conflicts. In Masih’s case, the FIR does not even mention the alleged blasphemous remark.

“The government should deter people from falsely accusing innocent people of blasphemy by prosecuting them under the same laws if they fail to prove their allegation,” said Marshall.

A government commission teaming a Christian lawyer with a Muslim judge has been tasked with investigating the incident, he added.

Since the Shanti Nagar attack in 1997, in which a mob burned down hundreds of houses, schools, church buildings and buses, there have been 80 such incidents, according to one Christian rights organization. In Gojra in 2009, eight Christians were burned alive, 100 houses looted and 50 homes set ablaze after a blasphemy accusation.

Human rights activists believe that authorities have accepted defeat in the face of growing Islamic extremism.

“They are simply afraid of the people who use religion for mob violence,” said Asma Jahangir, a former president of the Supreme Court Bar Association. “Until the leading political parties develop a general consensus on the issue of blasphemy laws, we will not get anywhere.”

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Blood Thirsty Muslim Mob Of 2,000+ Force Christians To Flee Their Homes In Pakistan

Muslims like to play the victim all the time claiming their persecuted by others because of their religion. From trivial things in daily life  when living in infidel nations like the UK. Such as planning denied for a new mosque or Muslim children having to attend a state school instead of an extremist Islamic only schools. To worldwide issues such as the war on terror and the Israel/Palestine conflict. This is no more than a tactic of stealth jihad because they have come to realise that by acting hard done by and upset over this constant religious persecution often helps them getting their own way thanks to leftists bending over backwards to make sure the persecuted Islamists don’t get upset. Muslims also claim that Islam is ‘The Religion Of Peace’ which is another taqiyya aimed at trying to blag those who are quick to believe their words at face value, whenever Islam receives  negative attention and is under scrutiny. Muslims also like to demand we all respect their religion because they respect others. Another lie for Allah.

The goings on in Pakistan in this post dispel every one of those Muslim myths they like to keep on trying to convince us kafir. This is real religious persecution not the Islamic fictitious type. Islam is not ‘the religion of peace’ . They are violent and barbaric people in nature who cannot live in peace. Islam does not respect any other religions or have any tolerance of them.  Muslims are not the persecuted, but the persecutors of other religions.

In the hunt for an alleged blasphemer, hundreds of enraged blood thirsty Muslims charged a Christians’ locality forcing the inhabitants to flee for their lives in the Badami Bagh area of Lahore. Their homes and possessions were either ransacked or destroyed by Muslim savagery. 

Muslim mob of almost 3,000 forced the Christian community to flee for their lives

Muslim savages in Pakistan destroy Christian homes

LAHORE: Around 100 houses belonging to the Christian community were vandalised and burnt by a mob in Badami Bagh area of Lahore on Saturday over alleged blasphemy committed by a Christian man,

SSP Operations Suhail Sukhera and the SHO of Badami Bagh were also reportedly injured when the mob pelted a police party with stones.

On Friday, a mob of almost 3,000 people forced the Christian community to flee for their lives, leaving behind their houses and possessions unprotected.

The charged group had gathered around Joseph Colony on Noor Road, led by Shafiq Ahmed, who was in search of the accused Savan, alias Bubby. The mob then attacked Savan’s house, setting it on fire and pelting it with stones. Other houses in the locality – home to about 150 Christian families – were also attacked. Many residents, including women and children, hastily fled to save themselves.

Savan has been arrested and shifted to an undisclosed location.

We request all of you to please pray for them and share with your Friends.

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Priests In Egypt Told Convert To Islam Or Be Killed

The minority Coptic Christians in Egypt are having a tough time again at the hands of  ‘the not so tolerant’ Muslims. The Islamist oppressors are persecuting the Copt’s and attempting to carry out their Islamic tradition of forced conversions on non believers just like they did on the native Egyptians when Muslim barbarians first conquered Egypt over 1400 years ago. Islamo-fascists egged on by the hardline leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood have taken their campaign of hate against the Copts up a gear just lately.

Christian priests have been targeted and told to convert to Islam or be killed. Members of extremist group Jihad al-Kufrwhose name translates to Jihad against non-believers or non-Muslims.have set fire to a Coptic church for the second time in a month. Attacked church go-ers with rocks injuring four people including the priest. Reports of Coptic women being raped and intimidated by the Muslim bullies.

Muslims around the world demand religious freedom and that everybody respects their Cult of Islam, in some instances  such as halal food in schools, that  non believers are forced to endure to just to keep them happy. unfortunately that only cuts 1 way. Islam has a zero tolerance policy concerning members of other religions practising their faith and sharia law openly discriminates against non believers. Imagine the uproar had it been Muslim Imams instead of Coptic priests who had been threatened to become Christian or be murdered. You would never hear the end of it with the Muslim biased main stream media who are very quiet on these goings on.

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Coptic Christians in Egypt are feeling increasingly alienated under the new Islamist rule in the nation.

Islam or death? Egypt’s Christians targeted by new terror group

By Lisa Daftari

Published February 21, 2013

FoxNews.com

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    Clergymen gather to wait for the arrival of Egypt’s Coptic Christian Pope Tawadros II, at the historic al-Muharraq Monastery, a centuries-old site some 180 miles (300 kilometers) south of Cairo in the province of Assiut, Egypt, Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013. Egypt’s Coptic Christian pope sharply criticized the country’s Islamist leadership in an interview with The Associated Press on Tuesday, saying the new constitution is discriminatory and Christians should not be treated as a minority. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra) (AP2013)

A group of Christian priests from a local Coptic church in Egypt were told to convert to Islam or face death, according to an Arabic news site.

The incident, which comes in the midst of continued persecution and pressure on Egypt’s Christian community, took place this week in the town of Safaga, near the Red Sea, the El Balad site reported.

According to El Balad, the threats are from a new group in Egypt, Jihad al-Kufrwhose name translates to Jihad against non-believers or non-Muslims. The group targets non-Muslims, and reportedly pressures them to convert to Islam.

“It’s not the first time. This is happening every day,” said Adel Guindy, president of Coptic Solidarity and a member of Egypt’s Coptic community who travels between Paris and Cairo. “This one incident caught the attention of the news agencies, but there are worse things happening to the Christians every day in Egypt,” he said.

Christians have felt increasingly at risk since the fall of former President Hosni Mubarak in 2011, which resulted in the rise of President Mohammed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood movement.

“It has definitely worsened under the revolution. Once the worst part of the society surfaced — the Islamists — the Copts are paying a heavy price. The West doesn’t really feel our pain. It’s a war of attrition,” Guindy said.

Copts are the largest Christian community in the Middle East, and the most prominent religious minority in the region. Christians make up about 10 percent of Egypt’s 85 million people.

Egypt’s new constitution has come under scrutiny by many for including elements of Sharia, or Islamic law, while simultaneously legitimizing the marginalization of the country’s religious minorities by denying them legal protection. It also granted increased powers to Morsi, who self-declared sweeping powers in a Nov. 22 power grab that prompted heavy international criticism.

The new constitution was ratified after its second referendum in late December, winning more than 70 percent of the vote. Moderate Egyptians took to the streets to protest the rushed ratification, but the demonstrations were quickly quashed.

Some believe members of the Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamic extremists, emboldened by the constitution’s passage, have stepped up attacks against Egyptian Christians.

“There was a relative amount of freedom (for Christians) before Egypt’s revolution, and many were hoping for more freedoms, and now things are unfortunately much worse and much more difficult,” said Jason DeMars, founder of Present Truth Ministries, a Christian advocacy group that tracks religious persecution around the world.

“It’s what they’ve always wanted to do, but Mubarak held some of that back because of the support he got from the United States and other Western countries,” DeMars said. “People were paying attention, but now the extremists are seeing this as an opportunity to crack down on the community there.”

Extremists over the weekend set fire to a Christian Church in the Province of Fayoum, the second such assault against the town’s Coptic population in a month. The attackers ripped down the church’s cross and hurled rocks at church members, injuring four people including the priest, according to a report by Morning Star News.

There have also been several reported cases of rape and harassment of Coptic women. Two women in traditional Islamic headdress cut off the hair of two Christian women on the subway in Cairo in December, the Egypt Independent reported. It was the third such incident in two months.

And last week, an Egyptian court forced two Coptic Christian boys, ages 10 and 9, to face trial for “insulting the Koran,” according to reports. The boys were arrested after playing in a pile of trash, which authorities claimed included pages of the Koran.

Egypt’s Coptic Christian leader, Pope Tawadros II, spoke openly this month when he dismissed the new constitution as discriminatory.

“We are a part of the soil of this nation and an extension of the pharaohs and their age before Christ,” he told the Associated Press. “Yes, we are a minority in the numerical sense, but we are not a minority when it comes to value, history, interaction and love for our nation.”

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Coptic Christians in Egypt are feeling increasingly alienated under the new Islamist rule in the nation.

You cant help feeling sorry for Egypt’s Coptic Christians at the way they are treated by by the Muslims. Bearing in mind that the Copts are the original Egyptian people. Egypt used to be almost all Christian as part of the Byzantine Empire  until Arab jihadists fighting under the banner of Islam decided to make a power grab for their nation. The Muslim invaders were no different to Hitlers Nazis in WW2 invading and forcing their totalitarian ideology on the inhabitants by fear. Unlike Christianity which spread by peoples own belief and choice. Islam was spread by the sword and fear. 

The Coptics were persecuted against by Muslims under the last government. Since the Arab Spring and the Islamo-fascists Muslim Brotherhood seized power violence against the Copts has increased. Why would the Islamists be concerned for infidels well being. There is no such thing as democracy or religious freedoms in Islam. I can only see their persecution increasing by the oppressive Muslims

Egypt’s Christians Feel Alienated Under Islamist Rule, Says New Catholic Patriarch

By MidEast Christian News
January 28, 2013|12:59 pm
  • H.B. Patriarch Ibrahim Ishaq.
    (Photo: Middle East Christian News)
    H.B. Patriarch Ibrahim Ishaq.

In his first interview after being elected to his new role the Egyptian Catholic Patriarch has spoken out about how the Coptic Christians in the country are feeling increasingly alienated under the new Islamist rule in the nation.

Patriarch Ibrahim Ishaq of the Coptic Catholics in Egypt was elected by the Catholic Synod following the resignation of Patriarch Antonious Naguib. In his first interview since that appointment he discussed a number of important issues the country is currently facing, especially the problems facing Copts.

“Copts, like others, feel alienated under the rule of the Islamists, and I hope they do not migrate so that the society does not lose an important component,” H.B Patriarch Ishaq said.

“Do not ask me about the January revolution as a Copt, but as an Egyptian,” he countered when asked about his opinion on the situation in Egypt after the Jan. 25 revolution. “I feel sad when I see all these events, and not a celebration of the revolution’s second anniversary, which should have been like a joyful wedding and a great celebration of the change we aspired to.”

He added, “The atmosphere is tense, especially after the deaths and injuries of the people, which makes these celebrations painful. What makes me optimistic is the nature of Egyptian citizens, who are so kind and so smart. Whoever claims that Egyptians are idiots is a liar. They know what they want to reach. We always pray for reform and I hope Egypt overcomes this transitional phase.”

When speaking about the priorities of the next stage, Patriarch Ishaq said, “I have not made my priorities so far and I am waiting until I discuss them with the rest of the bishops. I feel that the circumstances in which we live inside the church and the situation in the country and all over the world need people who can bring different parties together. I feel it is an invitation that I will seek to achieve in the people who will be chosen as my associates and I will advise those who work with me to make this reconciliation among all groups.”

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“One of the most important services I fulfilled in Minya was to bring people together as a team and not as individuals and they excelled in it,” the patriarch noted. “The church lacks charismatic personalities, so I will diligently search for qualified staff.”

Speaking about his pastoral work, Patriarch Ishaq said that the problem of pastoral work lies in Cairo and Alexandria because people in these governorates are very busy due to the nature of their jobs. “I will seek to resolve this, especially as we are servants of people, knowing that we will fall short whatever we do in the pastoral work.”

“The requirements of the church are facing disruption of bureaucracy. People intervention in the responsibilities of the state raises problems, so we call on officials to enforce the law,” the patriarch added.

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