Kill the Christians – BBC Documentary

Christianity is facing the greatest threat to its existence in the very place where it was born. Jane Corbin travels across the Middle East to some of the holiest places in Christendom and finds that hundreds of thousands of Christians are fleeing Islamic extremists, conflict and persecution. From the Nineveh plains in Iraq to the ancient city of Maaloula in Syria, Kill the Christians reveals the story of how the religion that shaped Western culture and history is in danger of disappearing in large parts of its ancient heartland.

h/t Nightrider

  • BG

    And in the west, the “progressive” left silently cheers it on. I wonder how long it will be before they become not so silent about it.

    • When they realise how great they had things in the wonderful West.

    • eMan14

      Only when they start to realise they may be next.

  • Yusuf_Al_Kafir

    Definitely going to watch this when I have more time.

    Thanks for the link!

  • eMan14

    As Christians are killed or exiled, as churches are destroyed and burned, the West fiddles.

  • Jim Horne

    Nicolo Machiavelli long ago answered the question whether it is better for a leader to be feared or loved. Canada and by extention PM Harper needs to stop trying to be loved by every dictator and despot the world over. The time has come for Canada to be feared.

    As far as I’m concerned Canada should remove its signature from the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Agreement (NNP) and start building nukes by the thousands.

    I was glad to see Harper agree to sell $350 million worth of urainium to the largest democracy in the world, India. Western democracies need to absolutely prepare for and be ready to crush the radical Islamic world into dust. Harper needs to lead that charge.

    Canada, India Agree to $350 million Urainium Supply Deal

  • Sharkibark

    Very good documentary – until about the 49:00 mark. “historic Palestine … occupied by Israel….”

    • Una Salus

      It’s pretty standard asinine BBC garbage from that point on but the subject matter and the people interviewed lift it out of the obligatory BBC emotional blackmail propaganda waffle.