Is the Quran or Bible the Word of God? Christianity or Islam?

Muslim-Christian News Picks for January 28-February 3, 2012

During the week I come across hundreds of news items about Christianity and Islam.  Here is what I found most interesting/significant for the week of January 28-February 3.

When will the West act against persecution of Christians in the Middle East? – “persecution of Christians in numerous Muslim-majority countries is the most  important international story not being told by the mainstream media.” (Fox)

That Word Above All Earthly Pow’rs: The Kingdom of the Cross Under the Sword of the Crescent - widespread anti-Christian violence is exploding even in countries with Muslim minorities. How do we respond wisely as Christians to this growing threat? (White Horse Inn)

Malaysia: Christians, Tortured for Their Faith - Malaysia presents itself as a model for Islamic moderation, yet has many former Muslims who say they are persecuted after finding Christ (CBN)

U.S. Accused of Running Over Egyptian Civilians – How many are the lies that Egypt’s military regime has forwarded concerning its role in attacking and killing Egyptian demonstrators since it usurped power a year ago? (Middle East Forum)

Israel and Iran on the Eve of Destruction in a New Six-Day War – There are plenty of arguments against an Israeli attack on Iran. And all of them are bad. (Newsweek)

Sunni Scholar Sheikh Yousuf Al-Qaradhawi Calls to Boycott Russian and Chinese Products, States: They Are the Enemies of the Islamic Nation - (Memri)

Former Member of Russian Joint Chiefs of Staff Col.-Gen. Leonid Ivashov: Russia Is Ready to Use Military Power to Defend Iran and Syria; Attack on Syria or Iran Is Indirect Attack on Russia; U.S. in Libya Like Hitler in Poland - (Memri)

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