The Saudi Inquisition
In my last column, I highlighted the dilemma faced by Christian leaders of congregations held hostage by intolerant Muslim majorities. Given the growing power of conservative Christians within the only political party that will ever do anything to confront the global Islamic threat, in the only country that has the real power to do so, I think it's important to keep fresh in the minds of American Christians the nature of Muslim attitudes toward Christians—as evidenced not in the platitudinous pabulum dished out by well-scrubbed imams at futile inter-religious conferences with dhimmis, but rather in the facts on the ground: the discriminatory laws, the unjust practices, the systematic inequality imposed on non-believers in general, but Christians in particular, in countries where Muslims have the whip hand. Now the typical strategy of those who wish to minimize these practices is to claim that they are not “intrinsic” to Islam, but the fruit
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