Barnabas Fund. Otra forma de contar las cosas.

Hace poco dimos un repaso a la forma sesgada con que la BBC y El Mundo trataron la reacción de los cristianos nigerianos acosados por la violencia mahometana:

Así nos vende la BBC el Islam

El Mundo, en defensa del Islam

El Barnabás Fund se recogió la noticia de forma muy diferente: HARD-PRESSED NIGERIAN CHRISTIANS FINALLY RETALIATE AFTER INTERNATIONAL ANTI-CHRISTIAN VIOLENCE AGAIN. Literalemente: Los cristianos acosados de Nigeria se vengan finalmente de la violencia internacional anticristiana. Por supuesto, no es violencia internacional, sino musulmana. ¡Qué distinto de los tutulares de los emdios habituales!.

Estos son los principales datos de la violencia anticristiana:

Iraq: at least 4 churches bombed, Christian university students beaten up
Lebanon: at least 1 church attacked
Libya: 1 church attacked
Nigeria: approximately 50 Christians killed, 30 churches burnt down
Pakistan: 6 Christian schools, 1 Christian hospital attacked
Syria: 3 churches attacked
Turkey: church leader shot dead

En efecto, fueron los cristianos nigerianos quienes llevaron la peor parte: 50 muertos y 30 iglesias quemadas por los musulmanes, con la disculpa de unos dibujos relaizados en un país europeo no confesional.

Habla un arzoobispo de la zona, que se queja de que los llamamientos al diálogo y la tolerancia han sido interpretadas por los mahometanos como signos de debilidad:

In Archbishop Akinola’s statement, issued on 21st February, he also said, “It is very clear now that the sacrifices of the Christians in this country for peaceful co-existence with people of other faiths has been sadly misunderstood to be weakness. We have for a long time now watched helplessly the killing, maiming and destruction of Christians and their property by Muslim fanatics and fundamentalists at the slightest or no provocation at all….”

El doctor Patrick Sookhdeo, Director del Barnabas Fund, se queja de la parcialidad de los medios de comunicación, y de ciertos cristianos pasteleros:

“It is interesting that when Muslims attack Western embassies it is news, and when Christians retaliate against Muslim violence it is news. But when Muslims attack vulnerable Christian minorities to take revenge for publishing cartoons that are nothing to do with the Christian victims, it is barely mentioned in the media. When Christian organisations joined with Muslim organisations in the UK on 18th February to protest in London against the cartoons, did they have any concern for what Muslims are doing to Christian minorities who have absolutely no connection with the cartoons?

(…) Western Christian leaders and Western governments, who are eager to prevent Muslim feelings from being hurt, do not seem to have the courage to speak out about what is happening to innocent Christian minorities in the Muslim world. If they will not condemn the anti-Christian violence or even publicise it, can they be so surprised when non-Western Christians – goaded beyond endurance – finally fight back?”

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