The Global Genocide Against Christians: Where Is the American Muslim Outrage?

by Dave Hodges, The Common Sense Show

Then shall they deliver you up to be afflicted, and shall kill you: and ye shall be hated of all nations for my name’s sake. 

Matthew 24:9


If anyone dares to point out the extreme and global persecution of Christians at the hands of Muslims taking place across this planet, one will be labeled as Islamophobic, even when the data substantiates the allegations. The truth of the matter is that what we are seeing all across this planet is not Islamophobia, instead, we are witnessing Christianophobia. When one examines the indisputable data,  we are witnessing the beginning a Christian genocide of global proportions.

Double Standard for Christians

The world will express outrage at the Israeli bombardment of Gaza or the behavior of Russia in Ukraine. However, bring the plight of Christians, the most persecuted people on the planet, to light, and the mainstream media is stone-called silent.

In Fort Collins, CO, Rocky Mountain High School Principal, Tom Lopez, previously had his students reciting “In Allah we Trust” when saying the Pledge of Allegiance. In Colorado Springs at Pine Creek High School, Principal Kolette Back, has banned any mention of Jesus or Christianity by students, even in their free time. We have become a country turned upside down and increasingly, being a Christian is becoming an increasingly risky proposition. Michigan has become a hotbed for extremist Muslim demands in which public schools with taxpayer money are being coerced, in the name of Sharia Law to force Non-Muslims to capitulate and practice Muslim traditions. For example, in Michigan, several high school girls were forced to wear hijabs in school for a class lesson to “explore religion and identity.” The students were not give a choice.

Rocky Mountain High School students, under orders from Principal, Tom Lopez, recite the pledge as "One Nation Under Allah".


The typical fate for the Christian conversion of Muslims.

The typical fate for the Christian conversion of Muslims.


Principal Lopez should get down on his knees and praise Jesus that he lives in one of the few countries in the world in which he has the right to go against the beliefs of the majority culture and live to tell about it. If Principal Lopez were in Mosul, Iraq, or Somalia or Afghanistan, or Iran, or Syria, of India, et al., he would surely lose his head if he were to force Islamic school children to praise Jesus.

The Figures Do Not Lie: There is a Worldwide Caliphate Against Christians

Christians are the most persecuted religious group worldwide. An average of at least 180 Christians around the world are killed each month for their faith. In fact, 100 MILLION CHRISTIANS IN OVER 60 COUNTRIES ARE PERSECUTED FOR THEIR FAITH.  In 41 of the 50 worst nations for persecution, Christians are being persecuted by Islamic extremists. Even the State Department claims Christians in more than 60 countries face persecution from their governments or surrounding neighbors for their belief in Christ.

The Persecution of Christians is increasing in China. In North Korea 25% of the country’s Christians live in inhumane forced labor camps after refusing to join the so-called national cult of the state’s dictator. Living a Christian life in North Korea is hell on earth. With the exception of four official state-controlled churches in Pyongyang, Christians in North Korea, risk permanent detention in the prison camps, severe torture and, even execution for practicing their Christian religious beliefs. North Koreans suspected of having contact with South Koreans or other foreign missionaries in China, as well as those caught in possession of a Bible, have been executed.  “Somalia, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Yemen and the Maldives are all listed in the 10 worst places to be a Christian”. The most violent anti-Christian genocide of the early 21st century witnessed more than 500 Christians hacked to death with machetes, by Hindu radicals in Orissa, India. In these attacks, thousands more injured and 50,000 were forced into being homeless. Who speaks for our Christian brothers and sisters in India?

Most, certainly not all of this persecution is being perpetrated Islamic dominated regimes.

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