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Posted August 24, 2001
Shocking Expose of Persecution of Religious Minorities
Americans tend to think of ancient Rome or the Spanish Inquisition when we hear the word 'persecution.' However, it's unfortunately alive and thriving today. Since both the media and the State Department's Human Rights Report virtually ignores the persecution of 200 million Christians, you need to educate yourself about the widespread oppression of religious minorities today. Torture of Arabian Christians since the Gulf War has increased--religious repression in Vietnam increased after the U.S. normalized diplomatic relations with this country in July of 1995. In Mauritania, all citizens are required by law to be Sunni Muslims. Hundreds of Liberian villages have been burned by Islamic Warriors, and Pastors have been disemboweled. Yes, in this decade. If you're not familiar with Human Rights Watch Asia, Voice of the Martyrs, or Servants of the Cross, you will be by the time you finish this long-overdue book. You won't regret opening your eyes to this aspect of the world.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.