Why is it politically Ok to burn the Christian bible in the United Kingdom, but legally wrong to burn Muslim Quran? Is this favoritism based on fear of violence?

With every offense to the Muslim community comes a threat of violence and retaliation. If Muslim extremist violence was not so prevalent I doubt Muslims would be enjoying their current favored status in the West?

There are no such consequences for those who publicly burn the Christian bible.

Some think the overt favoritism towards Muslim’s is because of the violence associated with the religion. No one is frightened of offending Christians, their God or their prophets as Christians do not avenge such acts. The Christian God is more than capable of defending himself.

Romans 12:19-20; “Do not take revenge, my dear friends, but leave room for God’s wrath, for it is written: “It is mine to avenge; I will repay,” says the Lord. On the contrary: “If your enemy is hungry, feed him; if he is thirsty, give him something to drink.”

It is interesting that out of all the worlds religions and gods, there is only one God who’s followers are being persecuted on a global scale. That is the Judeo-Christian God.

If there is only one true God among all the gods worshiped around the world, and if eternal life is a battleground between people and an evil adversary, it is reasonable to expect that it is this God and his followers who would experience global opposition. There is no point opposing a false god who can’t save anyone.

Maybe this is why the media is siding with terrorists like ISIS to ridicule a president who supports Israel and Christian values. They fall all over themselves to side with an enemy who has murdered thousands of innocents, including their own citizens.

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The level of acceptance of evil is only outdone by the level of hatred toward the Judeo-Christian God. If you are not convinced that the persecution is climbing, read my post called “Ignoring the Rise of Christian Jew Hatred

Robert J.