The Difficult Struggle of Christians in the Orient
Egypt is not the only Islamic country that lets its minorities and those who come to their aid fend for themselves.
Three days after the attack in Alexandria, roughly 4,000 kilometers (2,500 miles) to the east, an elegantly dressed man emerged from a coffee house in Islamabad. After having met up with a friend, Salman Taseer, the 66-year-old Muslim governor of the Pakistani province of Punjab, was on his way home to his villa in the northeastern part of Pakistan's capital city.
But before Taseer could climb into his car, a burly man emerged from the group of his bodyguards, pulled out a gun and started shooting at the governor. When his fellow bodyguards -- who initially stood there doing nothing -- finally overpowered him, he merely stretched out his chin and smiled....
Recently, Christians have been accused of being silent while their fellow believers are suffering, but the problem is, what can we do. The whole world is arrayed against the true Church. Who listens to us sounding off on SA?. We can only support them in Prayer.