First, from Dry Bones:
"The murder of Christians in Egypt goes largely unreported in the Main Stream Media. Here's some info from the folks at CAMERA: here
Why the West won't hear about this persecution:
"Hundreds of millions of Christians have suffered discrimination or even persecution in lands as diverse as China and India, but mostly in countries where Islam is the top religion."
"Despite this, persecution of Christians is one topic the American public doesn't hear much about. One possible reason: an anti-Christian bias among Western elites."
"These Western elites often control the media and educational institutions that spread information to the general public."-more
"Whitehouse and Congress Ignoring Persecution of Christians in Muslim Countries?
[When it comes to lavishing $ billions of U.S. taxpayer dollars and even military aid to these oppressive Islamist countries, the State Dept. and American presidents have always ignored the plight of persecuted non-muslims in these countries]
"The New York Times this week ran a front-page article on Christian persecution in Iraq, noting, "A new wave of Iraqi Christians has fled to northern Iraq or abroad amid a campaign of violence against them and growing fear that the country's security forces are unable or, more ominously, unwilling to protect them."
"The Times goes on to inform us that "more than half of Iraq's Christian community, estimated to number 800,000 to 1.4 million before the American-led invasion in 2003, have already left the country."
"What is the Obama administration doing to put pressure on the al-Maliki government in Baghdad to stop these murders of Christians? We have heard endlessly of this administration's "outreach to the Muslim world."
"That term--"Muslim world"--may itself be part of the problem. By telling Shia and Sunni Muslims that the Middle East is their world, are we not saying that Middle Eastern Christians and Jews don't belong there?"
"The Christian community in Iraq has been there since the beginnings of the Church. Bible readers will recognize Nineveh Province, one of the regions in modern-day Iraq. Didn't some biblical character named Jonah have a rendezvous with destiny there?"
"The Chaldean Assyrian Christians--note their Bible name--speak Aramaic, which is the language scholars tell us Jesus spoke. Yet these people, too, are being driven away."- read the rest here.
"Vatican Blames Israel for Persecution of Christians"
"A Vatican document released yesterday, [Jan. 2010]], blamed the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and Israel's 'occupying' of lands for driving Christians out and making life difficult for those who remain."
"However, Christians here who fled their homes in Palestinian [Arab] controlled territory largely blamed Muslim intimidation for their plight."-more