The more things change, the more they stay the same. This is an old axiom that hold true. This is especially true when you consider that in the 21st Century the persecutions of Christians throughout the world has continued to increase. There are ongoing issues between the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and the Coptic Christians that reside there as well as between the Christians and the Muslims in Syria.
Despite the attempts to the current presidential administration and members of the liberal media to whitewash the information, the simple fact is that Islam has in fact declared war on Christianity. How else can one explain the continuous targeting of Christians and Christian churches in Egypt and Syria? Or the executions of Christians by Muslims in Iran, Pakistan and elsewhere?
At any time when this issues is brought up, Christians can expect to be called paranoid, extremists or even racist. This happens at the slightest mention by Christians that they are being targeted. At no time is it permissible for Christians to defend themselves. After all, Christians are required to tolerate the culture of Muslims even while they rape, main and kill us by the hundreds.
Until the Christian world wakes up and realizes that they are being target for extermination by the so-called religion of peace, Christians will continue to be the targets of persecution and remain unable to defend themselves.