posted on Dec, 12 2015 @ 01:47 PM
a reply to: MagnaCarta2015
I said a place where at worst
you are put to death. There are many reports of persecution of Christians in Muslim countries, even death.
This is not a recent ISIS phenomena. Persecution of Christians has happened for as long as Islam has existed.
And while no actual nation
sanctions this, it is still practiced at will by believers. In UAB you can still be arrested for fornication.
The fact that there has been a recent emergence again of persecution is only bringing it to the forefront. Terrorist still attack India, for their
beliefs. They are infidels.
I don't know the history of these areas, but you assume 50% of the population who wasn't Muslim emigrated to that area. It is likely, that the
non-Muslim population were already there. Look at Sudan, Muslims settled there because of it's proximity to the Mideast. Now the Muslim population is
literally killing off the Christians there. Did those non-Muslims emigrate to Sudan? No. Look at Nigeria, again the Muslims are bombing churches and
kidnapping girls. Did the non-Muslims emigrate? No. I can tell you, I had no idea that there were Muslims on the island of Trinidad & Tobego, not such
a large percent. Instead of the emigration theory, what is likely happening is that the muslims are the ones Emigrating, then are converting large
portions of the population and terrorizing other portions into converting, so that after 100 years the country seems mostly Muslim. After all that is
how Islam spread in the Middle East, so that today most of the nations there are 99% muslim. A feat hardly possible in any "Christian" nation. It is
nearly impossible to find a "Christian" nation where 99% of the population considers themselves to be Christian.
The only Muslim place I see non-Muslims emigrating to is the UAB and as the above article shows, they aren't above jailing people for months for
public acts of indecency.
edit on 12-12-2015 by KesleyJ because: (no reason given)