Ending the conspiracy of silence over global religious persecution

Religious persecution and Boko Haram terror attacks are part of life in Nigeria (photo: dpa)
Religious persecution and Boko Haram terror attacks are part of life in Nigeria (photo: dpa)

Thousands are dying in conflicts across the globe because of their religious beliefs. But politicians and some church leaders in the West remain silent about this religious persecution of people of all faiths for fear of causing offence or being accused of religious intolerance. Christians, Muslims and secularists have to stand up and be counted to end this oppression.

THE WEST is sleep-walking into a tragedy with implications beyond the Middle East unless it exposes the ideology behind radical Islamist thinking.

Reports of religiously-motivated atrocities against Christians appear almost daily but the West, including some Christian leaders, seems to be in a state of denia...

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