There is only one planet Earth that is populated in various regions by diverse Religious Groups.

Some countries with good Governance and well organized Judicial, Civil , and Religious Institutions promote Religious Tolerance and encourage Freedom of Worship . These countries with Good Governance tolerate Freedom of Expression that respects and guarantees Religious Freedom. It is easy for anyone to draw up a list of countries with good Governance .

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The aim of this Presentation is too highlight the plight of Christians and Jews that are Persecuted worldwide and to raise awareness of the Religious Persecution of Religious Groups with specific reference to Christians and Jews.

This is by no means an exhaustive study of the extent of World Wide Religious Persecution of Christians and Jews and other Religious Groups.
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There are several documented cases of the Religious Persecution of Christian and Jews .

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Some Religious Groups in the World in no particular Order include :Judaism Christianity Hinduism Buddhism Islam Baha'ism Shinto's Rastafarian etc

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The Jews and Christians believe that the LORD GOD created the Heaven and the Earth as detailed in the Bible with specific reference to the Genesis Account of the Creation of the Heavens and the Earth that includes the Creation of plant and animal and human life on Earth. There are other ´...Religious Beliefs...µ that are AntiBible and Antichrist and that deny the Deity of the LORD JESUS CHRIST .

Not all Religions on earth believe the Bible. There are religions on Earth that do not believe the Bible and are Anti- Bible . Anti-Biblical beliefs encourage an atmosphere of intolerance and social unrest that leads to anarchy and a spike in criminal activities including religious persecution . Anti-Bible Religions in no particular order include :Pantheism Atheism Darwinism Paganism Satanism The Occult Etc

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There is growing evidence that appears to suggest that Christians together with the Jews are being deliberately targeted by other Religious Groups and Non-Religious Groups for Religious Persecution ; Public Statements by World Bodies like the United Nations and the European Union that do not out rightly condemn the Religious Persecution of Jews and Christians and the deliberate absence of strong statements of condemnation of such persecution would appear to suggest that they condone Religious Persecution of Christians and Jews ; Their calls for so called ´.. Religious Tolerance...µ would appear to deliberately excuse certain Specified Religious Groups that are either based on Judean Christian Principles and values.

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See THE CHRISTIAN POST dated 7th March,2011 :-

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QUOTE : ´....Thousands of Islamic Extremists Set Fire to Churches in Ethiopia...µ. UNQUOTE.

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http://www.christianpost.com/news/thousands-of-islamicextremists-set-fire-to-churches-in-ethiopia-49321/

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What is True Worship ? What is True Religion ? What is the separation of Church and State ? Should the State dictate Religious Worship within the confines of it·s Jurisdiction ? Should those that demand Religious Tolerance reciprocate in kind by promoting Freedom of Worship and promoting Freedom of Expression ? Should the State allow idly stand by when a so called Religious Majority Group deliberately targets and persecutes a so called Religious Minority Group ?

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What is Religious Freedom ? What is Religious Tolerance ? What is Freedom of Worship ? What is Freedom of Expression ? What is Religious Blasphemy ? Should the State have a duty of care to ensure that there mob justice does not usurp the Authority of the State ? Should the State re-examine some of it·s badly drafted and hastily enacted laws to ensure that the Rule of Law prevails over Anarchy ? Is the death penalty too extreme for so called cases of ´...Religious Blasphemy...µ ? Does the state have a duty to protect its citizens from being unjustly targeted for ´..Religious Persecution..µ by so called ´...Religious Extremists...µ ?

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People talk of Religious Tolerance but substantial documentary evidence provides an alarming International Social Indifference to the so called ´...modern trend to subvert the Rule of Law and use unjust and illegal Laws to Persecute Christians and Jewsµ . The subversion of the Rule of Law to Persecute any Religious Group should be condemned by International Bodies like the United Nations and the European Union without fear or favour of any so called Civilized Nation that portrays a International Public Image of Good Governance and Religious Tolerance but condones Religious Persecution in their back yard. There is substantial case law in the majority of countries that documents the failure of the Judicial System of certain countries to safeguard the rights of people of all Religious Backgrounds to have Freedom of Worship and Freedom of Expression , with specific reference to the unjust Religious Persecution of many Christians and Jews.

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QUOTE :- ´... In 2005, a group of academic institutions with interest in freedom of religion or belief (FORB) assembled with the aim of developing an electronic forum, possibly stimulated from time to time by relevant academic conferences, to encourage in-depth discussion of issues pending before the European Court of Human Rights and other international institutions. This group has come to be known as the Strasbourg Consortium. The first conference of the Consortium was held 28-30 July 2005 in Strasbourg, France. The discussion at that conference focused primarily on Leyla ahin v. Turkey, a case before the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights at that time dealing with the issue of religious headscarves in government universities. This initial conference resulted in a wealth of scholarly analysis and discussion on the important issues implicated by the ahin case.....µ. UNQUOTE. http://www.strasbourgconsortium.org/index.php?blurb_id=648&page_i d=9

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QUOTE : ´... Facts of the Case : The applicant was from a traditional family of practicing Muslims and considered it her religious duty to where the Islamic headscarf. Whilst a student at medical school in Istanbul she was denied access to a written examination, a lecture and was also refused enrolment by a specific department of the school due to her refusal to remove her headscarf in contravention of a university regulation forbidding, amongst other things, the wearing of the headscarf during academic study on campus. Before the European Court the applicant alleged that the ban on wearing the Islamic headscarf constituted an unjustified interference with her right to freedom of religion, in particular her right to manifest her religion. She also alleged violation of a number of other rights, including non-discrimination and freedom of expression. The State party contested these assertions, claiming that there had been no interference with the applicant's freedom of religion as the ban only applied within the sphere of state education, a public service. The State argued further that even if there had been an interference it was justified as the principle of secularism was crucial to Turkey's existence as a functioning liberal democracy, and that the ban on Islamic headscarves in higher-education institutions was necessary for protecting that principle.......µUNQUOTE.

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http://www.article19.org/handbook/jurisprudence/echr-leyla-sahin-vturkey.html

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QUOTE : ´.... Held: The Court emphasised that the right to freedom of religion "is one of the foundations of a democratic society" and that "the pluralism indissociable from a democratic society...depends on it" (para. 66). The Court went on to state that "Article 9 does not protect every act motivated or inspired by a religion or a belief and does not in all cases guarantee the right to behave in the public sphere in a way which is dictated by a belief" (para.66) However, any restriction to the right must be "prescribed by law", in pursuance of a legitimate aim and be "necessary in a democratic society" (para. 67). The Court asserted that "in democratic societies, in which several religions coexist within one and the same population, it may be necessary to place restrictions on freedom to manifest one's religion or belief in order to reconcile the interests of the various groups and ensure that everyone's beliefs are respected" (para. 97)......µ.UNQUOTE. http://www.article19.org/handbook/jurisprudence/echr-leyla-sahin-vturkey.html

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QUOTE : The Court cited the decisions of Karaduman v. Turkey (no. 16278/90, Commission decision of 3 May 1993, DR 74, p. 93) and Dahlab v. Switzerland (no. 42393/98, ECHR 2001-V), noting that the Convention institutions had found that in a democratic society the State was entitled to place restrictions on the wearing of the Islamic headscarf if it was incompatible with the pursued aim of aim of protecting the rights and freedoms of others, public order and safety (para. 98). In applying these principles to the instant case, the Court accepted the State's position that secularism in Turkey was "the guarantor of democratic values, the principle that freedom of religion is inviolable - to the extent that it stems from individual conscience - and the principle that citizens are equal before the law" (para. 105). The court considered that upholding this notion of secularism might be regarded as necessary for the protection of the democratic system in Turkey. The Court stated that "In a country like Turkey, where the great majority of the population belong to a particular religion, measures taken in universities to prevent certain fundamentalist religious movements from exerting pressure on those who do not practice that religion ... may be justified under Article 9 (2) of the Convention. In that context, secular universities may regulate manifestation of the rights and symbols of the said religion by imposing restrictions as to the place and manner of such manifestation with the aim of ensuring peaceful co-existence between students of various faiths and thus protecting public order and the beliefs of others" (para. 99)....µ.UNQUOTE. http://www.article19.org/handbook/jurisprudence/echr-leyla-sahin-vturkey.html

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QUOTE : ´.... The Court stated that when assessing whether the ban on headscarves was necessary, regard must be had to "the impact which wearing such a symbol, which is presented or perceived as a compulsory religious duty, may have on those who choose not to wear it" (para. 108). The Court had previously noted that the headscarf might appear to be a repressive measure "imposed on women by a precept laid down in the Koran that was hard to reconcile with the principle of gender equality" (para. 98). The Court noted that Turkey was a predominantly Muslim country and that there were "extremist political movements in Turkey that seek to impose on society as a whole their religious symbols and conception of a society founded on religious precepts" (para. 108). The Court accepted the right of States to take a stance against such movements and stated that the ban on headscarves had to be viewed in that context as a legitimate measure intended to ensure the protection of pluralism in universities in an environment designed to teach students the value of "respect for the rights of others, and in particular equality before the law of men and women" (para. 110). The Court found that no separate issue arose under Article 10 of the Convention (freedom of expression) as the relevant circumstances were the same as those examined in relation to Article 9.....µ.UNQUOTE.

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http://www.article19.org/handbook/jurisprudence/echr-leyla-sahin-v-turkey.html

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KING JAMES BIBLE JOHN CHAPTER 15 VERSES 12 TO 19 QUOTE : ´.... 12This is my commandment, That ye love one another, as I have loved you. 13Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. 14Ye are my friends, if ye do whatsoever I command you. 15Henceforth I call you not servants; for the servant knoweth not what his lord doeth: but I have called you friends; for all things that I have heard of my Father I have made known unto you. 16Ye have not chosen me, but I have chosen you, and ordained you, that ye should go and bring forth fruit, and that your fruit should remain: that whatsoever ye shall ask of the Father in my name, he may give it you. 17These things I command you, that ye love one another. 18If the world hate you, ye know that it hated me before it hated you. 19If ye were of the world, the world would love his own: but because ye are not of the world, but I have chosen you out of the world, therefore the world hateth you. ....µ. UNQUOTE.

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KING JAMES BIBLE ROMANS CHAPTER 12 VERSE 14 to 21 QUOTE :- ´...Bless them which persecute you: bless, and curse not. 15Rejoice with them that do rejoice, and weep with them that weep. 16Be of the same mind one toward another. Mind not high things, but condescend to men of low estate. Be not wise in your own conceits. 17Recompense to no man evil for evil. Provide things honest in the sight of all men. 18If it be possible, as much as lieth in you, live peaceably with all men. 19Dearly beloved, avenge not yourselves, but rather give place unto wrath: for it is written, Vengeance is mine; I will repay, saith the Lord. 20Therefore if thine enemy hunger, feed him; if he thirst, give him drink: for in so doing thou shalt heap coals of fire on his head. 21Be not overcome of evil, but overcome evil with good.....µ.UNQUOTE.

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KING JAMES BIBLE 1 PETER CHAPTER 4 VERSES 14 TO 19 : QUOTE : Beloved, think it not strange concerning the fiery trial which is to try you, as though some strange thing happened unto you: 13But rejoice, inasmuch as ye are partakers of Christ's sufferings; that, when his glory shall be revealed, ye may be glad also with exceeding joy. 14If ye be reproached for the name of Christ, happy are ye; for the spirit of glory and of God resteth upon you: on their part he is evil spoken of, but on your part he is glorified. 15But let none of you suffer as a murderer, or as a thief, or as an evildoer, or as a busybody in other men's matters. 16Yet if any man suffer as a Christian, let him not be ashamed; but let him glorify God on this behalf. 17For the time is come that judgment must begin at the house of God: and if it first begin at us, what shall the end be of them that obey not the gospel of God? 18And if the righteous scarcely be saved, where shall the ungodly and the sinner appear? 19Wherefore let them that suffer according to the will of God commit the keeping of their souls to him in well doing, as unto a faithful Creator......µ.UNQUOTE.

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More and More Christians are facing persecution and are being discriminated by the various so called ´... Democratic World Governments...µ that have a satanic agenda to persecute Christians :-

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Why do people hate Christians ? Why do people fear Christians ? Why do people persecute Christians ? Briefly , in this study we would like to look at Christians being persecuted in Islamic countries. For example, the Asian High Commission documents some persecution incidents of Christians in Pakistan .

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As Christians we are admonished to pray in times of affliction ( James 5 verse 13 ) ; Pray one for the other ; Pray for a door of utterance ´... Withal praying also for us, that God would open unto us a door of utterance, to speak the mystery of Christ....µ, ( Colossians 4 verse 3 ) ; Pray for Christians under persecution; Pray for the Will of God in Heaven to be done on earth; Pray for the Government that those in power may line up with the Word of God and submit to the Word of God; Pray for those that are persecuting the Christians that the LORD GOD will speak to their hearts and open their eyes of understanding so that they may repent and believe the Gospel of the Kingdom; etc etc

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The Supreme Court's Decision On June 17, 1963, the Court decided, by an 8-1 majority, that the required religious practices of Bible reading and recitation of the Lord's Prayer and the laws requiring them are unconstitutional. http://www.dunamai.com/articles/atheist/su premec.htm

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QUOTE : ´.... Supreme Court fails to understand Constitution June 28, 2005 The Supreme court has ruled that the Ten Commandments may be displayed outside on government property but not inside the courthouse. The liberal Supreme Court has once again relied upon the the false doctrine of the separation between church and state. The first Amendment states "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.´ .....µ. UNQUOTE.

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http://tencommandments.us/ten_commandments/publicdisplay.phtml

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There is International Documentary Evidence that shows Christians and Jews suffering Religious Persecution by :The Apostate Cosmos Civil and Religious Systems ; and Under Islam ; and Under Secular Governments ;and Other ´...Governmental Systems..µ that may be Autocratic or Dictatorial or otherwise ; etc etc

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However, before we look at quotations from the Asian High Commission website, we need to briefly look at the impact of the Pakistan Blasphemy Laws has on various individuals in Pakistan. There has not been much debate on the Pakistan Blasphemy Laws. However , the sad thing is people may murder people and get away with murder claiming that the victim broke the Pakistani Blasphemy Laws.

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QUOTE: ´.... Pakistani Minorities Minister Shahbaz Bhatti, a Christian who opposed the country's controversial "blasphemy law", has been shot dead in Islamabad. He died after gunmen opened fire on his car as he was travelling to work this morning (2 March). The Pakistani Taliban told BBC Urdu they carried out the attack, and pamphlets attributed to them and al-Qaeda were found at the scene. They warned that anyone who criticised the blasphemy law would be shot.....µ. UNQUOTE.
https://barnabasfund.org/UK/News/News-analysis/Pakistansonly-Christian-government-minister-shot-dead.html

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QUOTE : ´.... Mr Bhatti (42) had received death threats for urging reform of the blasphemy law and because of his support for Christian mother-of-five Aasia Bibi, who was sentenced to death under it last November. But he remained defiant, saying last month, "I have been told by pro-Taliban religious extremists that if I will continue to speak against the blasphemy law, I will be beheaded." But he said his faith gave him strength: As a Christian, I believe Jesus is my strength. He has given me a power and wisdom and motivation to serve suffering humanity. I follow the principles of my conscience, and I am ready to die and sacrifice my life for the principles I believe.......µ. UNQUOTE .
https://barnabasfund.org/UK/News/News-analysis/Pakistans-only-Christiangovernment-minister-shot-dead.html

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QUOTE : ´.... Mr Bhatti's death comes just three weeks after he retained his ministerial position in a major government reshuffle - a decision that Pakistani Christians hailed as "astounding". It also follows the assassination of Punjab Governor Salman Taseer, a Muslim, who was gunned down by one of his own bodyguards in January because he also had spoken out against the blasphemy law and supported Aasia Bibi. MP Sherry Rehman, a Muslim, who put forward an amendment in parliament that sought to abolish the death penalty for defiling the name of Muhammad, has also received multiple death threats. She was forced to withdraw the private member's bill last month. In the wake of a hostile Islamist backlash to proposed amendments, the government has repeatedly stated that it has no plans to change the law......µ. UNQUOTE. https://barnabasfund.org/UK/News/News-analysis/Pakistans-onlyChristian-government-minister-shot-dead.html

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QUOTE: ´.... Persecution in the Judiciary The discrimination against and persecution of the Christians in Pakistan does not occur only among the village people; it also occurs at all other levels of the citizenry, even among the judiciary......µ. UNQUOTE.

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QUOTE : ´... The Shariat Courts Article 175 of the Constitution of 1973 established a Supreme Court for the entire country, a High Court for each of the four provinces, and "such other courts as may be established by law.´ In 1979, for the first time a religious court was established by Constitutional amendment. Called the Federal Shariat Court, it is at the same level as the High Courts. However, its judges all must be Muslim; in fact up to three may be ulema, who are Muslim scholars trained in Islam and Islamic law. It has the power to determine whether any law is repugnant to the injunctions of Islam and then strike down that law if it is found to be so. This Court also has the power to hear appeals of convictions under the Hudood Ordinance.....µ.UNQUOTE . http://www.rghr.net/mainfile.php/0736/997/

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QUOTE :- ´....At the same time, a Shariat Bench in the Supreme Court of Pakistan also was established to hear appeals from the Federal Shariat Court. Again, only Muslim judges can sit on the Shariat Bench, and it has the last word on all such appeals....µ. UNQUOTE .
http://www.rghr.net/mainfile.php/0736/997/

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JIHAD WATCH QUOTE : ´.... The Tafsir al-Qurtubi, a classic and thoroughly mainstream exegesis of the Qur'an, says this about Qur'an 2:217: "Scholars disagree about whether or not apostates are asked to repent. One group say that they are asked to repent and, if they do not, they are killed. Some say they are given an hour and others a month. Others say that they are asked to repent three times, and that is the view of Malik. Al-Hasan said they are asked a hundred times. It is also said that they are killed without being asked to repent.´ All the schools of Islamic jurisprudence all teach that a sane adult male who leaves Islam must be killed. They have some disagreements about what must he done with other types of people who leave Islam, but they have no disagreement on that......µ.UNQUOTE. READ MORE :http://www.jihadwatch.org/2010/11/iran-christian-pastoraccused-of-apostasy-to-die-by-hanging.html

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QUOTE : ....Overall, whether a Christian is a convert or born into the faith, he or she is ostracized by the Muslim majority. Over and over converts told stories of losing their jobs when their Muslim employers learned they had become Christians; then others would not employ them because they are Christians. Those who are Christian from birth, who are born into Christian families, often can only find jobs that Muslims would not want to do, such as being sanitary workers. Others work for Muslims as their domestic servants, farm workers, or factory employees. Clearly Christians exist at all levels of society in Pakistan, but most are at the lower rungs of the ladder...... . UNQUOTE. Read More :-

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QUOTE :- .... Persecution by Police Misconduct Emmanuel Bhatti, a Christian, is 30 years old and used to live in Faisalabad, Punjab province, with his wife, four sons and two daughters. There he worked as a duty supervisor for the Water and Sanitation Agency. One day in January 1999, his seven-year-old son quarreled with another boy at school, a boy whose father was the Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI) of Police in Mansoorabad, Faisalabad Police Station. Later Bhatti became involved with a family whose child had been falsely accused of a crime by this same ASI and which family had paid money to the ASI for release of this child. As a result, on the evening of 2 February 1999, the ASI raided Bhatti's house and arrested him on a false charge of assisting in some alleged abduction of the ASI's maidservant's son, a completely fabricated story. That did not prevent Bhatti's being locked up for some 14 days without any physical remand order (arrest warrant), as required by law, during which time he was ruthlessly and mercilessly tortured by the police. He was put on the floor, and an iron roller was rolled across his legs and arms by this particular ASI. Also, while being handcuffed behind his back, he was hung from a ceiling fan by a rope for some 48 hours, after which the iron roller was used again on him...... . UNQUOTE.

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http://www.rghr.net/mainfile.php/0736/997/

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QUOTE : ´.... One may ask how such misconduct can occur under the law. Is there no equality of citizenry, no freedom of religion, no freedom of speech, one may ask. It is a matter of how the Constitution is written and applied, or not applied.....µ.UNQUOTE.
http://www.rghr.net/mainfile.php/0736/997/

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QUOTE : ´.... Persecution under the Constitution

It is a Constitution whose Preamble provides for the principles of "democracy, freedom, equality, tolerance and social justice" to be observed, but it is further stated that these principles are those as are "enunciated by Islam." With the enactment of the 1973 Constitution, Islam officially was made the "State religion of Pakistan," by Article 2. Since that time, further Constitutional amendments and legislation have made it clear that Islamic laws shall govern all the people of Pakistan and that these laws shall give distinct advantage to Muslims and distinct disadvantages to non-Muslims......µ.UNQUOTE.
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QUOTE : ´... Persecution under the Constitution In 1985, Article 2A of the Constitution, called the "Objectives Resolution," was added. This Resolution made it clear that Christians and other minorities would not be free to practice their religions. The original Constitution had stated that provisions would be made "for the minorities freely to profess and practice their religions and develop their cultures." The Objectives Resolution restated this provision but without the word "freely." What had been occurring already in Pakistan now became written law. There was to be no freedom of religion for any non-Muslim.....µ. UNQUOTE.

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The most egregious laws in Pakistan's Penal Code are being used to persecute Christians and other non-Muslims at every turn. These are the blasphemy laws, which have made certain speech or conduct criminal and punishable by prison or death. Even further these provisions are being used to fuel the fire of fundamentalist Muslims, and with each victory, whether in or out of the courtroom, these fundamentalists become more fierce......µ. UNQUOTE. http://www.rghr.net/mainfile.php/0736/997/

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QUOTE. .... Since Early Islam till this moment persecution of indigenous Eastern Christians is continuous , therefore the remainders living in Islamic countries are quite few ,which is estimated nowadays between 2-3%.It is well known that countries such as,Yemen Hijaz,(North and East of Saudi Arabia),J ordan, Syria, Mesopotamia, Israel,Turkey, North Africa, Ethiopia were inhabited with majority of Christians with a good number of Jews, until the conquest of Islam to Christendom which started around 640 AD,The persecution of Christians & Jews took many phases, from massacres to collective punishments, execution, imprisonment, humiliation, taxes, or reduced to slavery & concubinage......µ. UNQUOTE. http://members.tripod.com/joe_matalski/

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Consuls and, other historians documents related , to the massacres and to the degraded conditions of Eastern Christians living under Islam rules, are the biggest evidence to shatter the allegation by Muslims,that Islam is a Tolerant religion,but on the contrary it proves that non-Muslims ,whom are living in Islamic countries,are under continuous Persecution,fear of death,humiliation,unequality & hatred fed always against them by Mullahs through Mosques.....µUNQUOTE .
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QUOTE . : ´... And here are some of The Islamic laws (Sharia) which Christians & Jews lived under. 1-They can not pass on the right of A Muslim but on the left 2-They can not testify against Muslims in court of law. 3-They can not ride a horse or a camel but only a donkey or a mule. 4-They should wear special costumes to be identified ,when walking in the streets 5-They should wear tag in their neck as prove that they have paid their Taxes (Jizyah) 6-They can not own any weapon to defend themselves. 7-They are not allowed to defend themselves ,i.e .if they were beaten by a Muslim,but they may try to cool him down 8-Religious celebrations in Public are not allowed, crosses in Public and on Churches are not allowed. ......µ. UNQUOTE. CONTINUED NEXT PAGE :http://members.tripod.com/joe_matalski/

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PREVIOUS QUOTE CONTINUED : ´..... 9-Their Houses and Shops should not be higher than Muslims but may be lower. 10-Preaching their beliefs is not allowed, touching The Koran or reading it , is prohibited 11-They should pay yearly Jizyah (non Muslims special taxes) ,these Taxes,should be paid in a festival,Muslims should remind them ,that they are infidels, and slap them on their necks as a reminder. 12-Their Jobs should not be higher than Muslims ,but only in necessity,(i.e) if they can not find Muslim to fill the Job 14-Children Of Muslims are encouraged to threw stones on them,when they walk in the streets 15-They are not allowed to build new churches or restore the old one 16-A Musilm should not be Punished (Executed) for killing Non-Muslims, 17-Any of these Laws broken they are subject to slavery,Jail,Execution and their wifes ,will be taken as concubines, and their children as slaves, ........UNQUOTE. READ MORE :http://members.tripod.com/joe_matalski/

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JIHAD WATCH QUOTE : - ´... Islamic apologists in the U.S. routinely deny that Islamic law mandates that apostates from Islam be murdered. Unfortunately for the apostates, the facts are otherwise. Muhammad, the prophet of Islam and supreme example of conduct for the Muslim (cf. Qur'an 33:21), said: "Whoever changes his Islamic religion, then kill him." (Bukhari 9.84.57).....µ. UNQUOTE .

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http://www.jihadwatch.org/2010/11/iranchristian-pastor-accused-of-apostasy-to-die-byhanging.html

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QUOTE : ´.... The clashes came just days after a group of Fulani attackers reportedly beheaded a grandmother, Garos Deme and her grandchildren Dauda and Meshack Timothy and another man, Monday Mwanvwang. The February 12 killings in Shekan village in Jos South area occurred less than 48 hours after the signing of a peace agreement between local tribes and the Fulani community. The latest fighting came while Nigerian Christian leaders warned of escalating violence amid reports that Islamic militants inspired by Afghanistans Taliban movement are also deepening religious tensions in Africas top oil producer before elections in April. A group known as Boko Haram, or Western education is a sin, has carried out a series of attacks, including multiple bomb blasts on Christmas Eve in the Plateau state capital, Jos, that killed 80 people, in its bid to establish Islamic rule in northern Nigeria. Since then, more than 200 people have died in sectarian violence in Plateau state alone, according to New York-based Human Rights Watch in a statement released by Bloomberg news agency.....µ. UNQUOTE.

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QUOTE : ´.... Tensions remained high in Nigeria's Plateau State Wednesday, February 16, where up to eight people were killed and more injured in sectarian clashes sparked by the stabbing of a police officer. Witnesses said Tuesday's violence in the city of Jos included a gang setting up a roadblock in one neighborhood, leading to up to four deaths. Others, including Christians, said up to four more people were murdered and their bodies set ablaze elsewhere, including in the Gada-Biu area. There were also reports that tires, cars and motorcycles were burned as well. Christians said the violence began after the police officer was stabbed to death when he argued with a butcher, a Hausa Muslim. The butcher alleged ripped open his stomach. Local police only confirmed the death of the officer. Christians said security forces did little to intervene, although four suspects involved in the clashes were reportedly detained......µ.UNQUOTE. READ MORE : http://www.christianpersecution.info/index.php?view=9977

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THE CHRISTIAN POST QUOTE : ´.... At least one Christian was killed and others injured when thousands of Islamic extremists set fire to 59 churches and at least 28 homes in western Ethiopia in the past five days, Christian leaders said. .....More than 4,000 Christians in and around Asendabo, Jimma Zone have been displaced as a result of attacks that began on Wednesday (March 2) after Muslims accused a Christian of desecrating the Quran by tearing up a copy, sources said. .....´The atrocity is still going on, and more people are suffering,µ said a source in Addis Ababa who is in close contact with area church leaders.....µ. UNQUOTE. READ MORE :http://www.christianpost.com/news/thousands-of-islamicextremists-set-fire-to-churches-in-ethiopia-49321/ 46

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CHRISTIAN PERSECUTION MAGAZINE : QUOTE : ´....The tensions began March 4 and March 5 when a Muslim mob attacked the 'Church of the Two Martyrs St. George and St. Mina' and burned it down, almost killing the parish priest, according to local Christians. News reports said the attack in Sool, 35 kilometers (22 miles) from the capital Cairo, came after local imam Sheik Ahmed Abu Al-Dahab, issued a call to "Kill all the Christians." After demolishing the church, the group of Muslims held prayers at the site and began collecting money to build a mosque where the church building once stood, said the assistant bishop of Giza, Reverend Balamoun Youaqeem, explained in published remarks. Christians said the attack came after reports of an affair between a Muslim and a Copt. Earlier this month, Sool villagers accused a Muslim woman and a Coptic man, both married, of being involved with each other......µ. UNQUOTE .

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QUOTE : ´.... Christian leaders have urged Honduras' governmentto improve protection of Christian workers after Carlos Roberto Marroqun became thesecond prominent pastor to be murdered this year in the Central American nation. Marroquin, 41, was shot to death Monday, February 21, by two assailants while walking histwo Schnauzer puppies in the northern city of San Pedro Sula, explained Security MinisterOscar Alvarez and witnesses. Investigators said the gunman opened fire after he refused to hand over the dogs, whoescaped. Schnauzers can reportedly sell for about $500 in Honduras, where the minimum monthlysalary is roughly $311. Marroqun was the founding pastor of the Pentecostal Church of God in San Pedro Sula,the countrys second-largest city, and a popular presenter on television and radioprograms, Christians said. UNQUOTE .

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QUOTE : There is an estimated 200 million Christians currently persecuted worldwide. That's an awesome number, more than the population of Brazil. Earlier in the last century, communist countries, such as Russia, China and North Korea were the main persecutors, but these days extremist Islamic states bear chief responsibility, from Africa, through to the Middle East, Central Asia and Indonesia. It is a story that needs to be told and here we draw on the experiences on three major Christian ministries - the Barnabas Fund, Open Doors and Release International - to explain to us what is going on.....µ. UNQUOTE.

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KING JAMES BIBLE MATTHEW 24 VERSE 1 to 14 : QUOTE: ´.... 1And Jesus went out, and departed from the temple: and his disciples came to him for to shew him the buildings of the temple. 2And Jesus said unto them, See ye not all these things? verily I say unto you, There shall not be left here one stone upon another, that shall not be thrown down. 3And as he sat upon the mount of Olives, the disciples came unto him privately, saying, Tell us, when shall these things be? and what shall be the sign of thy coming, and of the end of the world? 4And Jesus answered and said unto them, Take heed that no man deceive you. 5For many shall come in my name, saying, I am Christ; and shall deceive many. 6And ye shall hear of wars and rumours of wars: see that ye be not troubled: for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet. 7For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be famines, and pestilences, and earthquakes, in divers places. 8All these are the beginning of sorrows. 9Then shall they deliver you up to be afflicted, and shall kill you: and ye shall be hated of all nations for my name's sake. 10And then shall many be offended, and shall betray one another, and shall hate one another. 11And many false prophets shall rise, and shall deceive many. 12And because iniquity shall abound, the love of many shall wax cold. 13But he that shall endure unto the end, the same shall be saved. 14And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come.......µ.UNQUOTE.

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