I have...in this post showing Iran's discriminatory laws against Jews and Christians:Where the thread collapses under its weight is the fact that you have singularly failed to prove the existence of any discrimination against Jews in Muslim nations.
Let's not forget it's illegal to own Bibles and build Synagogues in Saudi Arabia or to be a Jewish in the Maldives.
Happy to discuss the discriminatory laws against Christians anytime....Now, to compare something (the alleged discrimination against Christians)
It wasn't an essay question. Are churches and Bibles (at least for Christians) legal in Saudi Arabia?You seem to be missing the key point here - by and large the only people who have it good in KSA are either the white expats or the sheikhs themselves.
So you're saying Israel prevents Arabs from leaving Israel for a Muslim homeland?Yes they do. However, they are not permitted to - good try..
Uh, no. That didn't happen in the Holocaust since Jews were targeted based on their ethnicity rather than strictly their religion. Atheist Jews or Jewish converts would have been (and were) rounded up. German Christians needed to prove they were not more than one quarter Jewish IIRC.No there is still no proof of forced compulsion (a funny term - forced compulsion), the only place where we could say something like that happened was in the Holocaust - so forced compulsion of Jews by Christians..
That's quite the line of logic, but what does that have to do with forced conversions/expulsions of Jews and Christians under the Muslim Almohad caliphate?however, you are the one not acknowledging that and hence you should admit to being anti-Semitic..