Persecuted and Forgotten?
No I am not talking about Muslims who feel hard done by? I am talking about Christians.
Christians – already the world's most persecuted faith – are suffering worse persecution, violence and intimidation.
The above is a link to the full article, plus I ask you to watch the video [only 4 mins] and still say it is only Muslims who are suffering.
This above link to the situation around the world both the video and the report was made in 2013 and the situation is getting worse. But Politicians are ignoring these facts either for Political correctness, or not to offend governments of countries that we trade with.
Again I ask you to take time to have a look if you are open-minded.
Christians 'Driven to Extinction' in Middle East, Warns Baroness Warsi
Christianity is in danger of becoming extinct in the countries where it was founded because of persection, a senior Tory has warned.
Baroness Warsi, the government's minister for faith and communities, claimed that Christians were being driven out of Middle Eastern countries such as Iraq and Syria by being targeted for "collective punishment" for the actions of Western powers.
The civil war in Syria and the volatile situation in Iraq have also seen many Christians leave the countries where the religion first took root.
Baroness Warsi told BBC Radio 4's Today programme: "I am concerned that the birthplace of Christianity, the parts of the world where Christianity first spread, is now seeing large sections of the Christian community leaving and those that are remaining feeling persecuted.
"Tragically, what's happening is they are being seen as newcomers, being portrayed as an 'other' within that society, even though they have existed there for many, many centuries.
"What we are seeing, sadly, is a sense of collective punishment meted out by local groups - sometimes states, sometimes extremists. [Christians] are seen as legitimate targets for what are perceived as actions of their co-religionists.
Baroness Warsi, who was Britain's first female Muslim cabinet minister, wrote in the Daily Telegraph that the Christian population in Iraq had fallen from 1.2 million in 1990 to 200,000 today. She added that the war in Syria had "masked the haemorrhaging" of its Christian population.
She added: "There's an international consensus, in the form of a Human Rights Council resolution on the treatment of minorities and tolerance towards other faiths. But we need to build a political will behind that.