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Forget what the history textbooks told you about martyrdom being a thing of the past. Christians are being persecuted and slaughtered today. Raymond Ibrahim unveils the shocking truth about Christians in the Muslim world. Believers in Jesus Christ suffer oppression and are massacred at the hands of radicals for worshipping and spreading the gospel of the Lord. Discover the t Forget what the history textbooks told you about martyrdom being a thing of the past. Christians are being persecuted and slaughtered today. Raymond Ibrahim unveils the shocking truth about Christians in the Muslim world. Believers in Jesus Christ suffer oppression and are massacred at the hands of radicals for worshipping and spreading the gospel of the Lord. Discover the true-life stories that the media won't report in Ibrahim's Crucified Again: Exposing Islam's New War on Christians.


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Forget what the history textbooks told you about martyrdom being a thing of the past. Christians are being persecuted and slaughtered today. Raymond Ibrahim unveils the shocking truth about Christians in the Muslim world. Believers in Jesus Christ suffer oppression and are massacred at the hands of radicals for worshipping and spreading the gospel of the Lord. Discover the t Forget what the history textbooks told you about martyrdom being a thing of the past. Christians are being persecuted and slaughtered today. Raymond Ibrahim unveils the shocking truth about Christians in the Muslim world. Believers in Jesus Christ suffer oppression and are massacred at the hands of radicals for worshipping and spreading the gospel of the Lord. Discover the true-life stories that the media won't report in Ibrahim's Crucified Again: Exposing Islam's New War on Christians.

30 review for Crucified Again: Exposing Islam's New War on Christians

  1. 5 out of 5

    Rama

    Crucified again by Islamists This is a well researched book and very timely as the persecution of Christians in the Islamic world is proceeding at an alarming rate. The author says that the attacks on Christian churches in the Muslim world are perhaps the most visible expression of Christian persecution under Islam. Muslim mobs attack them and jihadists massacre them. The suffering has been ongoing for centuries but it has intensified in the wake of the so-called "Arab Spring" and Obama's support Crucified again by Islamists This is a well researched book and very timely as the persecution of Christians in the Islamic world is proceeding at an alarming rate. The author says that the attacks on Christian churches in the Muslim world are perhaps the most visible expression of Christian persecution under Islam. Muslim mobs attack them and jihadists massacre them. The suffering has been ongoing for centuries but it has intensified in the wake of the so-called "Arab Spring" and Obama's support has accelerated the problem. In every single Islamic country that Obama has helped rebels and opposition forces to topple the ruling secular regimes has made it worse for Christian population. In Libya under Gaddafi, the Christian minority was free to practice their faith, but in the current socio-political system where the al-Qaeda linked jihadists are destroying churches and kept then in constant fear. The same story in Iraq, the year following the ousting of Saddam Hussein, jihadists went on a church bombing spree, destroying countless churches and killing many Christians who, under Saddam, were relatively well tolerated. The indigenous Christian population has been decimated now. Missionaries are not welcome and Bible distribution is not tolerated. Islamic bullying is repeated in Syria, which was secular under Assad but the so called "freedom-fighters" supported by Obama are targeting Christians for killing, displacement, and hostage taking for ransoms. The atrocities being committed are barbaric. The life for Christians in countries like, Yemen, Sudan, Morocco, and Tunisia have also gone bad since the Arab Spring. The rise of Islam as a political force has provided a great impetus for the enforcement of Sharia and apostasy laws. Conversion to Christianity is not only a scary experience but also long incarceration or certain death. The author points out that the collective punishment of Christians and religious minorities who "refuse to know their place in the Islamic order" has doctrinal backing. Islamic countries lecture Western countries about religious tolerance and proper treatment Muslims in the West, and even lobbying for a global blasphemy law at the United Nations, but they do nothing about blasphemy of Christianity in their own countries. The author concludes that the future of Christianity across the Middle East, Africa and parts of Asia is very grim and perhaps lead to the extinction if nothing is done. He reminds us that Islam burst out of Arabia during the 7th century when the Christian population was a major force, 1400 years of sporadic jihads, the decimation of Christians seems to be certain and this is causing the Middle East to be purely Islamic.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Todd Wilhelm

    I would advise every American, every Westerner, to read this book. Definitely not PC, Raymond Ibrahim is eminently qualified to write on the subject. He pulls no punches and everything he claims is well documented. At times it was hard to read the stories of man's brutality to his fellow man. "The pressure to refrain from mentioning uncomfortable facts about the persecution of Christians is enormous. Little wonder that so many Christian leaders are reluctant to speak about persecution, even when I would advise every American, every Westerner, to read this book. Definitely not PC, Raymond Ibrahim is eminently qualified to write on the subject. He pulls no punches and everything he claims is well documented. At times it was hard to read the stories of man's brutality to his fellow man. "The pressure to refrain from mentioning uncomfortable facts about the persecution of Christians is enormous. Little wonder that so many Christian leaders are reluctant to speak about persecution, even when most of their flock wish to hear about it. Even something as minimal as instituting a short prayer for persecuted Christians, a practice that would at least increase awareness of the situation, is shunned. After all, such a prayer would raise uncomfortable questions - such as who is primarily behind this persecution, and why - that few American Christian leaders want to confront. Commenting on general lethargy and apathy that reigns in many American Christian churches, Open Doors USA president Dr. Carl Moeller recently said, We would think of the American church as a napping church and that we would elbow it and it would wake up and rouse itself and do something [about the persecution of Christians]....In my mind today, the picture I have is a church in a diabetic coma that has gorged itself on the sweets of affluence, materialism, and the idolatry of worshipping the materialistic world. That diabetic coma is now life threatening. We as a church are at the point of death - not the church in the Middle East. We are the ones who can no longer rouse ourselves to even pray for an hour on behalf of things that God would have us pray for." -page 243

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jeff

    A must read for every Christian.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Dale

    Raymond Ibrahim's Crucified Again is at once alarming, shocking and tedious. The book documents attacks by Muslims on Christians, Christian churches and Christian organizations throughout the world, especially in predominately Muslim countries. Ibrahim uses newspaper articles and TV news programs that are printed and broadcast in Arabic and, thus, largely ignored by Western media as a source. He also uses regional Christian newspapers and magazines and newspapers from organizations that document Raymond Ibrahim's Crucified Again is at once alarming, shocking and tedious. The book documents attacks by Muslims on Christians, Christian churches and Christian organizations throughout the world, especially in predominately Muslim countries. Ibrahim uses newspaper articles and TV news programs that are printed and broadcast in Arabic and, thus, largely ignored by Western media as a source. He also uses regional Christian newspapers and magazines and newspapers from organizations that document human rights abuses. He then proceeds to methodically list instance after instance of anti-Christian attacks from Nigeria, to Egypt to Indonesia. Ibrahim starts with a short overview of the history of Muslim/Christian relations in majority Muslim countries. He lists the Koranic verses that are used to justify persecution of Christians (and all other faiths) and then demonstrates how it is done again and again and again. This is where the book becomes both... Read more at: http://dwdsreviews.blogspot.com/2013/...

  5. 4 out of 5

    Denise Spicer

    This chillingly disturbing book from 2013 documents in horrific detail incident after incident of Muslim persecution of Christians around the world. These incidents are almost entirely ignored in the Western press and by the political and academic elite. Includes some photo illustration, including, disturbingly enough, a couple where a high national figure/world leader is arrayed in Muslim costume, and bowing to foreign rulers. This is a book that should be read by EVERYONE but especially all Ch This chillingly disturbing book from 2013 documents in horrific detail incident after incident of Muslim persecution of Christians around the world. These incidents are almost entirely ignored in the Western press and by the political and academic elite. Includes some photo illustration, including, disturbingly enough, a couple where a high national figure/world leader is arrayed in Muslim costume, and bowing to foreign rulers. This is a book that should be read by EVERYONE but especially all Christian pastors and priests who should be aware of these events so they can educate their congregations and make wise policy decisions.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Gina

    "...Better to express Christian compassion for anyone and everyone other than fellow Christians..." This statement sums up a great deal of what is wrong with much of the world today. I gave only two stars because I feel there is no need for most of the hyperbolic language used by the author. The atrocious worldwide persecution of Christians is true and horrible enough, even if there is a lack of reporting in this country. I recommend instead, The Global War on Christians by John L. Allen, Jr. "...Better to express Christian compassion for anyone and everyone other than fellow Christians..." This statement sums up a great deal of what is wrong with much of the world today. I gave only two stars because I feel there is no need for most of the hyperbolic language used by the author. The atrocious worldwide persecution of Christians is true and horrible enough, even if there is a lack of reporting in this country. I recommend instead, The Global War on Christians by John L. Allen, Jr.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Michael McGinley

    A disturbing look at Christian persecution in Muslim lands, and the growing trends in lands where the Muslim populations are increasing. It shows how persecution of 'infidels' is deep in Islamic doctrine, and shows how the persecution happens regardless of country, ethnic origin, language, etc - the only connection has been Islam itself. Ibrahim book is well researched and cites multiple sources. A disturbing look at Christian persecution in Muslim lands, and the growing trends in lands where the Muslim populations are increasing. It shows how persecution of 'infidels' is deep in Islamic doctrine, and shows how the persecution happens regardless of country, ethnic origin, language, etc - the only connection has been Islam itself. Ibrahim book is well researched and cites multiple sources.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Teri

    I gave it a 3 Star rating only because it is difficult to read on an emotional level. A serious book. Christian martyrdom is a terrible and present issue. In this well documented study, Ibrahim covers the sufferings of Christians all around the world, everywhere that Islamic Sharia and the culture it is central to are in force. There is much to learn, and this gave me a good foothold, and much to think about. It also broke my heart.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Lucas

    The lack of focus in the narrative and the harried tone of the reportage seem somehow appropriate in the face of the assassination of the Christian Church among Muslims. I would very much like to have a more level-headed response, perhaps even something resembling a solution, but for the moment we need to be aware that Jesus is weeping.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Laura Murray

    Written in a way that is easy to follow and understand. Although I knew a lot of this was going on, I did not have the details like what are in this book. The analysis that Ibrahim puts on the situation are very eye opening and thought provoking. Ibrahim is able to articulate, and prove, what I had speculated.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Kathy

    Disturbing expose of the Muslim agenda when they are in control of a population. This book talks about the situation in parts of Africa, Pakistan and Indonesia and how our politicians are basically aiding and abetting the terrorists. Pretty scary and also disgusting how our country kow tows to these Muslims!!!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Matt

    Found it to be a bit repetitive in parts! Interesting and worrying read as it does speak the truth about the modern day threat! If I was to liken it to any other book it would be a modern poorly written Mein Kempf

  13. 4 out of 5

    William F

    It did a good job explaining how Islam interacts with Christianity other faiths and governments and why it stopped treating it's non Muslims that way 1n the 1800s to the 1970s. It did a good job explaining how Islam interacts with Christianity other faiths and governments and why it stopped treating it's non Muslims that way 1n the 1800s to the 1970s.

  14. 4 out of 5

    David

    Good book. Most of this book is dates and places of attacks on Christians. Much more incidences than the MSM lets on.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Scott Paxman

    Very good information and all recent (within last 15-20 years). Most of all his events cited were post 2010. Really relevant information that is kept off the media. One Solution given: more religious freedom = less religiously motivated violent

  16. 5 out of 5

    Kenneth R

    Good documentation of Islamic superiority....

  17. 4 out of 5

    Bruce D. Allen

  18. 4 out of 5

    Mehdi Fes

  19. 5 out of 5

    Derek T

  20. 4 out of 5

    Susan Kennedy

  21. 4 out of 5

    Wolfy Ghalkhani

  22. 5 out of 5

    Mary Coop

  23. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Belvery

  24. 4 out of 5

    barry ward

  25. 4 out of 5

    Briant T'Ome

  26. 4 out of 5

    Tania

  27. 5 out of 5

    Darryl Greer

  28. 5 out of 5

    Marcás

  29. 4 out of 5

    Calabash

  30. 5 out of 5

    Chris

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