Christians in these areas face persecution and death looms over them daily. According to analysts the list of atrocities committed against Christians is long.
A large majority of Christians who lived in Iraq are "scattered and gone." Christians in Iran face constant monitoring by the government and can be jailed for their faith.
Egyptian Christians have been attacked and killed by Muslim mobs. It would appear that Christians have become the number one target for terrorists, bigots and totalitarians across the world.
Last month, Syrian terrorists attacked a Christian village, Maaloula, and there were unconfirmed atrocities committed by the al-Nusra Front.
It was also purported that radical Syrian rebels beheaded a Christian man and fed his body to dogs. A Catholic priest, Francois Murad, was beheaded by jihadi fighters in northern Syria.
In Egypt barbaric acts of rage were committed during Morsi's ouster. One report says, "a Muslim mob overpowered a man and his nephew. They were hacked with axes, beaten with clubs and tree limbs, as a result of the attack the uncle died."
In August the Muslim Brotherhood shot and killed a 10-year-old girl, Jessica Boulous, was killed after attending bible class at the Ahmed Esmat Street Evangelical Church in Cairo.
In Nigeria a pastor was beheaded after Muslims demanded, "renounce your faith or die." Another pastor was shot dead by the Boko Harem, also in Nigeria. He was overhead by his wife saying, "I will never deny my Savior."
It seems anywhere there are radical Muslims they plant seeds of hatred and strife. However, according to World Net Daily (WND), David Brog is looking to make Americans more aware of what is happening to Christians around the world.
Brog is the executive director of the Christians United For Israel. The WND report says, Brog's "organization is trying to convince Congress to create an office for a special envoy for the freedom of religious minorities in the Middle East."
The plan was approved in the past by the House of Representatives and will head to the Senate. In the past the bill, S. 653 was defeated in the Senate. Brog has called the situation across Africa and the Middle East a, “human rights tragedy of the first order” and a “humanitarian emergency of the first order.”
According to Brog what is happening across the world where radical Muslims persecute Christians should "outrage Christians in America." One thing is certain. the blood being spilled by believers across the world can no longer be ignored.
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