Before reading any further keep in mind that Egypt represents a relatively high level of civilization in the Arab world.
Via The Independent:
A 70-year-old Christian woman has been stripped naked, beaten and paraded through the streets by a mob of around 300 Muslim men in a village in southern Egypt.
The mob also burned down seven homes belonging to Christian families, according to an unusually outspoken statement issued by the local Orthodox Coptic church, after rumours circulated in the village that a Christian man was having a relationship with a Muslim woman.
The violence started at around 8pm on 20 May, and the local diocese said it was two hours before police responded, by which point the mob had already dispersed.
The woman who was stripped naked was reported to be the mother of the man involved in the rumoured affair. She has since met with church leaders, the Diocese of Minya and Abu Qirqas said.
As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words:
This is insanity. We are being told by our leaders that there is no danger in bringing people from these Third World sh**-hole countries, where female genital mutilation and honor killings are a way of life, into our societies. Our president finds time to lambaste Americans over every instance of hurt feelings, real or imagined, by Muslims in America but can’t be bothered to even mention the organized, state-sanctioned persecution of indigenous Christian populations that is endemic in the Islamic world.
The admission of these people as “refugees” in Europe has lead to governments telling European women to change their behavior in order to prevent sexual assault by the refugees and utter orgies of sexual assault at other times.
It irony is that there are thousands and thousands of Arab Christians trying to leave refugee camps in Turkey. These are legitimate refugees fleeing not only political violence but religious persecution. What is our record?
Since FY2016 began on October 1, a total of 2,235 Syrian refugees have been resettled in the United States. Of them, 10 (0.44 percent) are Christians: three Catholics, two Orthodox, one Greek Orthodox and four refugees identified simply as “Christian.”