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Revision as of 10:42, 10 February 2013

Anti-Christian sentiment is associated with following phenomena taking place in the society:[1]

  • I) Discrimination: Denial of Rights of Christians
    • • Violation of freedom of expression
    • • Violation of freedom of conscience
    • • Violation of parents’ rights with regard to the education of the children
    • • Violation of the institutional or collective dimension of religious freedom
    • • Discriminatory “equality” policies
  • II) Intolerance: Marginalization of Christians. Proposition to attack the organized religion was made, for example, by Richard Dawkins, adherent of Militant atheism[2] and proponent of LGBT ideology Sir Elton John who would like to have all organized religion banned.[3]
    • • Exclusion of Christians from social and public life
    • • Exclusion of Christian symbols from the public
    • • Social disadvantages for Christians
    • • Incitement, insult or defamation
    • • Misrepresentation of Christians in the media through negative stereotyping
  • III) Hate Incidents
    • • Hate crimes against Christians
    • • Hate incidents such as the disruption of services
    • • Vandalism and desecrations

References

  1. The Observatory's Report on Intolerance and Discrimination against Christians in Europe, Report 2011. The Observatory on Intolerance and Discrimination against Christians (NGO) (March 19th, 2012).
  2. David Berlinski (2009). "Denying Darwin: David Berlinski & Critics", The Deniable Darwin. Seattle, USA: Discovery Institute Press (reprinted from Commentary February 1998 by permission), 109. ISBN 978-0-9790141-2-3. “But a public charge calls for a public response. In 1992, Mr.Dawkins, John Maynard Smith, and I did share a podium at Oxford University. His hands trembling with indignation, Mr. Dawkins proposed to attack the organized religion; I proposed to attack Richard Dawkins; and John Maynard Smith, seeing that it was required, proposed to defend Mr. Dawkins from my attack. ... I have a videotape of our encounter. If he wishes to debate again, Mr. Dawkins need only set the time and the place.” 
  3. Sir Elton: Ban organised religion. BBC News (12 November 2006). Retrieved on 10 February 2013. “Sir Elton John has said he would like to see all organised religion banned and accused it of trying to "turn hatred towards gay people"”

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