By Raymond Ibrahim
In this surprising exposé, Raymond Ibrahim files the appalling sufferings of Christians from Morocco to Indonesia, from Turkey to Nigeria—everywhere, in reality, that Islamic Sharia and the tradition it has formed carry sway. Ibrahim, a Coptic Christian born and raised in the United States by way of Egyptian mom and dad, makes use of his fluent Arabic, his thorough wisdom of Muslim resources, and his contacts in Christian groups around the Islamic global to discover the reality concerning the outrageous abuse Christians endure every day and to reveal and clarify the another way unfathomable indifference of Western academia, media, and executive to the best human rights abuse predicament of our time.
In Crucified Again you'll research:
- The genuine resource of Muslim violence towards Christians (it's no longer approximately race, nationality, or economics)
- Why Muslims can't tolerate Christian worship and Christian freedom
- The extraordinary consistency within the Muslim persecution of Christians throughout centuries and continents
- The delusion of historic Muslim "tolerance"—and the way it acquired started
- Why Islamic persecution of Christians is getting worse
This gripping ebook tells the unreported tale of Christians lower than Muslim oppression with ardour and completely convincing detail.
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Whereas Koran 9:29 gives divine sanction to fighting Christians and Jews until they agree to pay tribute and live in submission, the so-called The Conditions of Omar (also known as the Pact of Omar) lays out in detail exactly how they are to feel themselves subdued. Named after the second caliph, Omar bin al-Khattab who reigned from 634–644, The Conditions of Omar was purportedly agreed upon between the caliph and a community of Christians conquered by invading Muslims (possibly in Jerusalem under the Patriarch Sophronius).
Muslim converts to Christianity are often violently attacked and sometimes executed. Christians accused of committing “blasphemy”—which can mean simply discussing Islam, or even Christianity—are assaulted and killed. Jizya is exacted from Christians once again. Christians are forced to convert to Islam. Christian women and children are abducted and raped. The following pages are witness to hundreds of modern-day examples of Christian persecution that conform perfectly to Koran 9:29, The Conditions of Omar, and, in a word, to Sharia—the “way” of Islam.
Restrictions on freedom: • Proselytizing Muslims was banned. • Blasphemy—often loosely interpreted as criticism of or offense towards Islam, its prophet, or even Muslims in general—was banned. • Apostasy was banned—any Muslim who converted to Christianity was subject to the death penalty. Inferior social status: • Dhimmis had to adopt a humble demeanor and always respect Muslims. • Dhimmi testimony was not valid against a Muslim in court. • Raising one’s hands to a Muslim—even in self-defense— was banned on pain of death.