Persecution of Christians
Muhammad, as you all know, is the prophet of Islam. The word ‘prophet’ comes from Greek, and in Greek the word ‘prophet’ originally meant ‘spokesman’. Islam, we have to understand, teaches that Muhammad was God’s spokesman and that he died in the year 632 in Medina, a town located in a geographical area that is now part of modern Saudi-Arabia.
Islam commands Muslims to follow Muhammad’s example down to the smallest details. The obligation to imitate Muhammad makes it important to Muslims that they should know how exactly Muhammad behaved, and which acts and deeds he forbade, recommended, commanded or tolerated. Moreover, whatever he did is a legal precedent. He was, after all, God’s spokesman.
The video below was aired on CBN news. It is a shocking account of how a Parisian store-keeper, a non-Muslim, has been threatened and intimidated by Muslims to make her close her shop. She refuses, but she has had acid thrown at her, she has been raped and attacked on numerous occasions.
The apparently endless stalemate on Cyprus is getting a thorough treatment in the publication by the organization “Freedom and Justice for Cyprus”.
While the documentation of what went down through the 1960's and 1970's is shocking and brutal, the real coup of the book is that it goes back to the 1950's, once and for all settling the question of who originally created the conflict in Cyprus: It wasn't the 'Turkish' Cypriots. Nor was it Turkey. It was, documentably, Great Britain.
CBN News 28 April 2011
On Mohammed's birthday, Denmark's Muslims marched to the city square under a banner that said "Islam is peace and love."
But elements of Denmark's Muslim community have radicalized.
Pakistani Christians celebrate Easter quietly: "If we celebrate it with a fanfare, we fear somebody might get annoyed and attack
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