The Extinction of Eastern Christianity May Figure Europe’s Own Future

The numbers of Christians in the Middle East are dwindling. In Iraq, there were 1.4 million Christians in 2003 and there are now 270,000. In Syria, they were 1,1 million before the civil war and are now 400,000. Everywhere, from Lybia to Iraq, the Islamic State is beheading Christians or converting them to Islam.

It is a demographic and religious revolution of immense historic consequences. We talk with Bat Ye’or, the great Jewish historian of Egyptian origin who dedicated many books to what she called “dhimmitude”, the subjugation of minorities (Jews and Christians) under Islam.

What is the situation of Eastern Christianity?

  • Norman_In_New_York

    It won’t be long before Israel has the most Christians of any Middle Eastern country except Egypt.

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    • BillyHW

      And Eastern Christians will still be dripping with non-sensical anti-Semitism.