Study: Christianity disappearing from Mideast

H/T EDL Buck

YNET News:


UK Christianophobia report states Christians in Middle East face persecution ‘intensifying with rise of militant Islam’; in Israel, however, Christian population is thriving

Anav Silverman, Tazpit

Coptic Christians in Egypt

Published:12.31.12, 19:24 / Israel News

A new study warns that Christianity is at the risk of being wiped out in the biblical heartlands of the Middle East. According to the London Daily Telegraph, which cites the study, 10% of Christians worldwide – approximately 200 million – are “socially disadvantaged, harassed or actively oppressed for their beliefs.”


With over 2.3 billion Christians around the world, the study notes that Christians face the most persecution in the region of the world where Christianity first originated – the Middle East.


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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

4 thoughts on “Study: Christianity disappearing from Mideast

  1. The only thing protecting the Islamic world from barbarity was the Christian presence.

    With Christianity gone, the civilising influence also goes; the Muslim world will harvest what it has sown.

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