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Jumat, 22 Oktober 2010

Muslims Continually Persecute Christians

Persecution of Christians 
in the Muslim World
By Patrick Sookhdeo of Lausanne World Pulse
June / July 2010

While most Muslim states have signed United Nations declarations on human rights, they usually add caveats stating these are accepted as long as they do not contradict Islamic law (shari‘a). Shari‘a is inherently discriminatory to non-Muslims and strongly influences the thinking and behavior of most Muslims, whether or not it has any formal place in a country’s legislation.
Christians face a variety of situations and attitudes in Muslim majority countries. The experience of Christians in stable moderate states like Jordan is quite different from that of Christians in Iran, Saudi Arabia or Sudan.

Indonesia is one of the Examples of Persecution


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