Anti-Christian Pogroms Deepening in Egypt

Posted: February 14, 2012 in Christian persecution, Creeping Sharia, Domestic Jihad, International Oppression, Sharia

February 13, 2012

Analysts warn that the recent increase in violence in Egypt is putting the country’s minority Christian population in great danger and could force many to leave their millenia-old homeland, World Net Daily reports. “Tolerance is not a characteristic Islamists embrace,” said Michael Rubin, Middle East analyst for the American Enterprise Institute. “Just as Arab nationalists drove Jews out of Arab countries in the 20th century, Islamists will drive Christians out in the 21st.” Aidan Clay of International Christian Concern, who recently returned from a trip to Egypt, said virtually anything can ignite a spark for violence. He added that some Christians and moderates, believing the recent elections were not fair, are protesting against the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood, which holds a plurality in Egypt’s new parliament. “It does not appear that there are enough secular Egyptians to manage an anti-Brotherhood campaign,” Clay said, but the protesters understand “their rights will further be taken from them if the Brotherhood gains more control.”

  1. Pogroms are almost always easy to start where an ignorant and impoverished populace are allowed by a oppressing government to plunder and take the possessions of a minority group. With Muslim citizens the Sharia laws that make violence towards non Muslims a sanctioned jihad this can go so far as killing the Christians, taking their land and making sexual slaves out of their women. All this sanctioned by the Mullahs while the police stay in their barracks.

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