Video: Raymond Ibrahim on the Jihad Against Christians in the Middle East

On October 12, Raymond Ibrahim, a Shillman Fellow at the Horowitz Freedom Center, chaired a roundtable panel at the fifth annual conference of ASMEA (Association for the Study of the Middle East and Africa).  Titled “Persecution, Resistance and Flight: Christian Communities in the Modern Middle East,” Mr. Ibrahim’s 10-minute introduction and summary of the situation follows:

To view the entire panel, including remarks by Dr. Dwight Bashir, U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom; Dr. Amal Marogy, Cambridge University; Prof. Franck Salameh, Boston College; and Ms. Juliana Taimoorazy, Iraqi Christian Relief Council, click here.

  • AdinaK

    The readers may also be interested in this commentary, as it references jihad against Christians, with a focus on Sudan – policy paper within –

    The above commentary/policy paper was written at the request of Dr Martin Sherman –
    I assist his strategic center.
    Adina Kutnicki, Israel – <a href="” target=”_blank”>

  • TomS

    The plight of the remaining Christians in those hellholes where they we once the majority ought to be enough to convince anyone with a knowledge of history that coexistence with Muslims is at least unlikely.