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The Myth of Islamic Tolerance

December 30th, 2009
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Muslims and non-Muslims who live in nations where Islam is not the law of the land talk a lot about how Islam is a religion of peace and tolerance. Christians who live in Islamic nations tell a different story. I picked this up from Ron Dreher’s blog, who writes: “If you want to know what it’s really like to live under persecution for your Christian faith and culture, listen to this presentation by Bishop Thomas, a Copt who serves in Assiut, an area of intense Islamic persecution of Christians. I met him once, and the man is so luminous, and peaceful. It’s almost humiliating to be an American Christian, with such an easy life despite it all, and to hear what life is like for Christians in Egypt and elsewhere. If you don’t have time to watch the whole nine minute video, start at about 2:45:

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  1. December 30th, 2009 at 07:05 | #1

    Brilliant, hope you don’t mind, but I want to cross-post this one.

  2. Jonathan
    December 30th, 2009 at 18:16 | #2

    Arabization–will Ishmael ever come to grips with the reality that he is not God’s chosen nation?

  3. Christine
    December 31st, 2009 at 08:52 | #3

    Wonder if anyone else saw the interview with Patriarch Bartholomew on 60 Minutes last week? The humble forbearance he and his Orthodox flock adhere to under the oppression of Islamic Turkey are a witness to Christian fortitude. And Turkey prides itself on being a “secular” society.

  4. January 2nd, 2010 at 14:53 | #4

    Well, it seems that you are being soft. Here’s a story of Muslim aggression from a country whereIslam is a tiny minority (Finland):


    In summary: at the funeral of Muslim-turned-Christian, his Muslim family attacked the funeral party at the graveside, ripped the cross off the coffin and proceeded to conduct a Muslim funeral. The Finnish media have been totally silent on this story…

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