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Delhi Church attacks: The great Christian persecution Game back in action
Monday, 16 February 2015

http://www.firstpost.com/india/crying-wolf-narrative-of-delhi-church-attacks-flies-in-the-face-of-facts-2101105.html

By Rupa Subramanya

Is the Christian community in Delhi under threat now that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is in power? Many people would like you to think so.

Since December 2014, six specific incidents, all in Delhi, of alleged attacks on churches and, most recently, on a Christian school have been widely reported and commented upon by the media, both domestic and foreign. 

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Obama Insults India, Krauthammer Defends Her
Friday, 13 February 2015

http://dailycaller.com/2015/02/09/obama-insults-india-krauthammer-defends-her/

Appearing on Hugh Hewitt’s radio talk show Friday, columnist Charles Krauthammer launched into adevastatingly hilarious riff on President Obama’s infamous National Prayer Breakfast speech last week. Obama, of course, invoked the Crusades and other ancient grievances lest Christians get on their “high horse” over the recent savagery of Islamist extremists. Krauthammer’s take:

“This is a combination of the banal and the repulsive. The banal is the adolescent who discovers that, well, man is fallen and many religions have abused their faith and used it as a weapon. This is what you discover when you’re 12 or 17 and what you discuss in the Columbia dorm room. He’s now bringing it to the world as a kind of revelation. And he does it two days after the world is still in shock by the video of the burning alive of the Jordanian pilot, as a way of saying: Hey, what about Joan of Arc?”

But Krauthammer was particularly taken aback when Obama’s sanctimony abruptly swerved eastward: Obama inexplicably called out India for supposed (and unspecified) acts of religious intolerance. “What the hell is he doing bringing India into this?” Krauthammer wondered aloud.

That question was certainly on the minds of many Indians. Obama had recently returned from a visit to India, where he received a hero’s welcome. Alas, India’s love for Obama appears to be unrequited.

Krauthammer strongly defended India’s honor:

“Here he is essentially insulting [India], and it’s because it’s a Hindu country. It’s not Muslim. I mean, he’ll say [people committed terrible deeds] in the name of Christ. He won’t say in the name of Muhammad and in the name of Allah. He won’t use those words. And then he goes after India, which is probably our strongest, most stable, most remarkable, democratic ally on the planet, considering all the languages and religions that it harbors. It has the second-largest Muslim population on Earth. And yet he goes after it as a way of saying hey, everybody here is at fault. They are not at fault.”

It’s good that India is on Krauthammer’s radar. Krauthammer is probably America’s most respected conservative opinion leader. With a weekly column in the Washington Post and a daily platform on Fox News’s excellent Special Report panel, Krauthammer continuously injects his wise insights directly into the political discourse. 

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Christian proselytizing raises tensions in Bangladesh - See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.
Tuesday, 10 February 2015

http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/features/article/christian-proselytizing-raises-tensions-in-bangladesh

An infant baptism taking place in Dhaka, Bangladesh. – Pic courtesy of ucanews.com, February 10, 2015.An infant baptism taking place in Dhaka, Bangladesh. – Pic courtesy of ucanews.com, February 10, 2015.It has been almost four months since Protestant pastors Ariful Mondol and Mousumi Mondol were arrested for illegally proselytizing among Muslim villagers in Bangladesh’s northwestern Lalmonirhat district. While the married couple was later released on bail, the case – still ongoing – has taken its toll on Banbhasa village.

- See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/features/article/christian-proselytizing-raises-tensions-in-bangladesh#sthash.7SGg4DCl.dpuf 

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