No surprise, Muslim countries top all the lists for the worst records of persecution against Christians.
American Thinker 10 February 2014
By Janet Levy
India's centuries-long resistance to Muslim aggression began in 636 C.E. This started a series of incursions in which Muslim warriors desecrated Hindu places of worship and universities, slaughtered monks and priests, and unleashed a reign of terror to impose Islam and subjugate the majority Hindu population.
Gatestone Institute 7 February 2014
By Soeren Kern
Muslims attending the gathering were offended by the insinuation that Islam could be radical or violent, and demanded instead that the German government take steps to make "Islam equal to Christianity" in Germany.
youtube 7 February 2014
By Clarion Project
The Clarion Project hosted a webinar together with "Muslims Facing Tomorrow" entitled "The Struggle for Women's Rights in Muslim-Majority Countries." The webinar was presented by Raheel Raza, founder and president of the Council for Muslims Facing Tomorrow.
Cherson and Molschky 3 February 2014
By Paul Wilkinson
The celebrants of multiculturalism constantly remind us of never-ending invigorating cultural enrichment, so just for fun, I thought I would make a note of some stories involving Islam or Muslims in Britain over a one week period.
The Tribune Papers 3 February 2014
By Mike Scruggs
In nations governed by Islamic Law (Sharia), non-Muslims have the status of dhimmis ("protected people”). They are protected from slaughter or expulsion so long as they remain subservient and pay a special poll tax, called the Jizya, to their Muslim masters.
The Week 31 January 2014
By Michael Brendan Dougherty
Like many Coptic Christians in Egypt, Ayman Nabil Labib had a tattoo of the cross on his wrist. And like 17-year-old men everywhere, he could be assertive about his identity. But in 2011, after Egypt's revolution, that kind of assertiveness could mean trouble.