It looks like being a Christian in Europe is a bad idea. In fact, statistics seem to indicate that Christianity is the single most ill-treated religion on that blighted continent.
Of course, statistics can be misinterpreted, so I should add a note of caution here.
(It’s hard to believe that Christians are treated worse than the Jewish people.)
But, whatever the case, Christians are suffering more and more discrimination and could very well find themselves in the same boat as the Jews. But, unlike the Jews, there’s no Christian homeland to flee to.
Bull’s-eye placed on European Christians
Report counts more attacks than people of any other faith
by Bob Unruh, WND
A new report finds that Christians are the target of religiously motivated physical attacks, intolerance and discrimination more than the people of any other faith in Europe.
“Statistics show the breadth of the problem: 74 percent of U.K. respondents said that there is more negative discrimination against Christians than people of other faiths, said the Report 2011 by an organization called Observatory on Intolerance and Discrimination against Christians in Europe.
The report said 84 percent of “the strongly increasing vandalism in France is directed against Christian places of worship. In Scotland, 95 percent of religiously motivated violence targets Christians.”
Authored by Gudrun Kugler, whose NGO is found at IntoleranceAgainstChristians.eu, the report highlights attacks on Christians because they are Christian.