Crucified Again: Exposing Islam’s New War on Christians

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Regnery Publishing, Apr 29, 2013 - Political Science - 256 pages
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Christian martyrdom is not a thing of the past. For Christians across the Muslim world today, it is the terrible and burning present.

In this shocking exposť, Raymond Ibrahim documents the appalling sufferings of Christians from Morocco to Indonesia, from Turkey to Nigeria—everywhere, in fact, that Islamic Sharia and the culture it has shaped hold sway. Ibrahim, a Coptic Christian born and raised in America by Egyptian parents, uses his fluent Arabic, his thorough knowledge of Muslim sources, and his contacts in Christian communities across the Islamic world to uncover the truth about the outrageous abuse Christians undergo on a daily basis and to expose and explain the otherwise unfathomable indifference of Western academia, media, and government to the greatest human rights abuse crisis of our time.

In Crucified Again you will learn:

The real source of Muslim violence toward Christians (it's not about race, nationality, or economics)
Why Muslims cannot tolerate Christian worship and Christian freedom
The remarkable consistency in the Muslim persecution of Christians across centuries and continents
The myth of historical Muslim "tolerance"—and how it got started
Why Islamic persecution of Christians is getting worse

This gripping book tells the unreported story of Christians under Muslim oppression with passion and utterly convincing detail.
 

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Contents

A Note to the Reader
1
Lost History
7
Might Makes Right
9
The Christian Golden Age
11
From Emulation to Contempt
14
Koran and Caliph
18
Islams War on Christian Worship
31
Islamic Hostility for the Christian Church is Obligatory
32
The Truth behind Islams AntiFreedom Laws
105
Why Christians Are Singled Out
107
Witnesses for Christ
111
Recent Examples of AntiFreedom Laws
114
Recant or Die
115
No Escape
131
Death to Blasphemers
135
Silencing the Gospel
145

Islamic Hostility for the Christian Church in History
37
the Coptic Church of Egypt
38
Christian Holiday Islamic Horror
42
The Legal Jihad on Christian Churches by Muslim Governments
46
Christian Churches Held Hostage by the Muslim Mob
56
The Violent Jihad on Christian Churches by Muslim Terrorists
68
Monasteries and Muslim Marauders
80
Islams War on the Cross
84
Islams War on Christian Freedom
95
Apostasy
96
Blasphemy
100
Proselytism
102
Climat e of Hate
157
Planting and Nourishing Seeds of Hate
161
Muslim Mob Mentality
171
Your Money or Your Life
199
Pious Muslims Persecuted Christians
215
See No Evil Hear No Evil
219
Whitewashing Islam Blaming the West
221
Obscuring the Persecution of Christians
222
Enabling the Persecution of Christians
233
Notes
249
Index
305
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Raymond Ibrahim is a Shillman Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center and an Associate Fellow at the Middle East Forum. A twice-published author, Ibrahim is best known for The Al Qaeda Reader (Random House Broadway, 2007). He guest lectures at universities, including the National Defense Intelligence College; briefs governmental agencies, such as U.S. Strategic Command and the Defense Intelligence Agency; and has testified before Congress on the worsening plight of Egypt's Christian Copts and the failures of American discourse on the dangers of radical Islam. Ibrahim received his B.A. and M.A in History from California State University, Fresno, focusing on the ancient and medieval Near East. Ibrahim's dual-background—born and raised in the U.S. by Egyptian parents born and raised in the Middle East—has provided him with unique advantages, from equal fluency in English and Arabic, to an equal understanding of the Western and Middle Eastern mindsets.

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