Christians are Becoming Dhimmis in the Middle East

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  1. Flightkeeper profile image66
    Flightkeeperposted 12 years ago

    Christians are facing more discrimination in the Middle East.  They don't get hired for jobs because they're Christian.  As a religious minority they are not being accommodated.  Muslims have more freedom to worship here than Christians do in the Middle East.  What did they say about Islam being a religion of peace and that there should be no compulsion in religion?  Should we believe them?

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      china manposted 12 years agoin reply to this

      Voice of America news about christians getting teh cold shoulder in the middle east, wouldn't have anything to do with the christian backed aggression in Iraq I don't suppose, along with all the other interferences and operations and anti-Islam news.

      1. Flightkeeper profile image66
        Flightkeeperposted 12 years agoin reply to this

        Thanks for letting me know that you think the muslims do treat non-Muslims differently even though they are native Middle Easterners.  So you agree also that the Middle Eastern Christians are being treated as Dhimmis.

    2. tmbridgeland profile image82
      tmbridgelandposted 12 years agoin reply to this

      Christians are not BECOMING dhimmis, that is what they are, legally, in Islamic societies.

  2. Claudin_Dayo profile image59
    Claudin_Dayoposted 12 years ago

    Muslims don't believe in Christ, do they? Well God won't let His children down.. He is mighty and very much able to do so, fellow Christians know what to do at this time: pray! For our brothers and sisters in Christ needed it the most and prayers moved mountains big_smile

  3. Errol Smythe profile image53
    Errol Smytheposted 12 years ago

    Peter could walk on water as long as he kept his eyes on the Lord Jesus Christ.( Matthew 14 vesres 22 to 33 ).

    By faith he could walk on water.

    It is written in the WORD OF GOD  that "....We walk by faith and not by sight..."  ( 2 Corinthians Chapter 5 verse 7 ).

    When Peter took his eyes off the Lord Jesus and looked at the boisterous waves he sank into the water.

    Christians should keep their eyes on the promises of the WORD OF ALMIGHY GOD.they should look away from religious confusion and look to God's Holy Word.

    There are many religious voices today each one professing to be the truth.

    God's sheep know the VOICE OF GOD.

    God's sheep hold to GOD'S UNCHANGING HAND.


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