Christians face genocide in the Middle East
Fox News is out with a report on the plight of Christians in the Islamic world. It's not exactly the peaceful world of fun and kite flying that Michael Moore depicted in Fahrenheit 9-11.
It’s enough to look at the bombing at a Coptic church in Alexandria, Egypt, on New Year’s Day that left 23 dead, or the brutal siege on St. George Chaldean Church, a Catholic church in Baghdad that killed more than 50.
“If you look at the technical definition of what genocide is, it is the attempt to annihilate a particular group because of their ethnicity or their religion,” says David Alton a Catholic member of Britain's House of Lords. “And certainly that is what is happening to many of the ancient churches of the Middle East.”