Raymond Ibrahim Webinar Tonight: Muslim Persecution of Christians - A Censored Pandemic
Ask your own questions of this acclaimed author and Freedom Center Shillman Fellow.
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Muslim Persecution of Christians: A Censored Pandemic.
Description: Many Americans first became acquainted with the topic of religious persecution following the rise of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (“ISIS”). In reality, the Muslim persecution of Christian minorities has a very long paper trail above and beyond ISIS and other “radicals,” though few know this thanks to an absent media. Far from abating, this phenomenon has reached genocidal proportions in some regions, while simultaneously spilling outside of the Islamic world and into the West. For over a decade, from 2011 till today, Raymond Ibrahim, a Shillman Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center, has been at the fore of documenting and explaining this topic. Join us as he shares the trends of this little-known pandemic, as well as its disturbing significance for the West and non-Christians in general.
RAYMOND IBRAHIM is an expert in Islamic history and doctrine, is author of Sword and Scimitar: Fourteen Centuries of War between Islam and the West (2018); Crucified Again: Exposing Islam’s New War on Christians (2013); and The Al Qaeda Reader (2007). He has appeared on C-SPAN, Al-Jazeera, CNN, NPR, and PBS, and been published by the New York Times Syndicate, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, Financial Times, Weekly Standard, Chronicle of Higher Education, and Jane’s Islamic Affairs Analyst. Formerly an Arabic linguist at the Library of Congress, Ibrahim has guest lectured at many universities, including the U.S. Army War College, briefed governmental agencies such as U.S. Strategic Command, and testified before Congress. He has been a visiting fellow/scholar at a variety of Institutes—from the Hoover Institution to the National Intelligence University—and is currently a Shillman Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center, and a Judith Friedman Rosen Fellow at the Middle East Forum.