You don't believe me? Have you ever seen any headline in the NY Times, or CNN or TheGuardian UK, or TheTelegraphUK, or the Globe & Mail Canada or any other news outlet ... even the disguised as right-leaning FoxNew but actually a slave to Saudi money ... have you ever seen them to say "there's a genocide of Christians going on in Muslim countries"? Have you ? There IS a genocide going on and when the dust is settled and the dead are counted, it will be made clear that what's going on right now is nothing short of a genocide of Christians and shame on everybody who is turning a blind eye. This is much, much bigger than Dafur ... and only Dr.Time will be able to give the results of the autopsy because our politicians and 99.9% of the MSM has zipped up their collective lips.
Raymond Ibrahim writing at MEForum:
When it comes to Muslim persecution of Christians, the mainstream media (MSM) has a long paper trail of obfuscating; while they eventually do state the bare-bone facts—if they ever report on the story in the first place, which is rare—they do so after creating and sustaining an aura of moral relativism that minimizes the Muslim role.
False Moral Equivalency:
As previously discussed, one of the most obvious ways is to evoke "sectarian strife" between Muslims and Christians, a phrase that conjures images of two equally matched—equally abused, and abusive—adversaries fighting. This hardly suffices to describe reality: Muslim majorities persecuting largely passive Christian minorities.
Most recently, for instance, in the context of the well-documented suffering of Christians in Egypt, an NPR report declared "In Egypt, growing tensions between Muslims and Christians have led to sporadic violence [initiated by whom?]. Many Egyptians blame the interreligious strife on hooligans [who?] taking advantage of absent or weak security forces. Others believe it's because of a deep-seated mistrust between Muslims and the minority Christian community [ how did the "mistrust" originate?]." Though the report does highlight cases where Christians are victimized, the tone throughout suggests that examples of Muslims victimized by Christians could just as easily have been found (not true). Even the title of the report is "In Egypt, Christian-Muslim Tension is on the Rise"; the accompanying photo is of a group of angry Christians, one militantly holding a cross aloft—not Muslims destroying crosses, which is what prompts the former to such displays of religious solidarity.
Two more strategies that fall under the MSM's umbrella of obfuscating and minimizing Islam's role—strategies that the reader should become acquainted with—appeared in recent reports dealing with the jihadi group Boko Haram and its ongoing genocide of Nigeria's Christians....