I googled " top 50 dangerous countries for Christians and found these 2 sites with the top 50 countries [link] [link]
I googled "top 50 dangerous countries for muslims" And found no list.
So why isn't the world rampaging about Christian rights in muslim and other religious countries...but are so obsessed
with giving muslims in Christian countries more and more and more freedom? Muslims constantly rampage about how tolerant they are and how oppresive others are. Why is it that whenever I google for the facts I end up with the opposite results?
Sites with information about religious freedom in several countries.[link]
Not all countries listed here are muslim. Nore am I saying that they are. My point is that people won't give a crap if you're not supporting muslims. The comments below proved my point.
While in Yemen persecution is not a very big problem, neither the Constitution nor other laws protect freedom of religion. Their have been reports of harasment by the government and raids by the police. Conversion from Islam to another religion is illegal.
While religious freedom is slowly being promoted since 2006 it is not entirely supported and often violated. Their have been reports where non-muslims were forced to adhere to islamic practices. Many terrorist groups have been acting in the country and quite frequently attacking and hunting down Christians. There have also been many reports of the abduction and execution of Christians for refusing to convert. Often Christians are warned by such groups to convert, leave, or be killed.
The Pakistani government does not restrict religious publishing per se. However, it restricts the right to freedom of speech with regard to religion. Speaking in opposition to Islam and publishing an attack on Islam or its prophets are prohibited. Pakistan's penal code mandates the death penalty for anyone defiling the name of Muhammad. This penal code also mandates life imprisonment for desecrating the Quran.
The Pakistan Penal Code prohibits blasphemy against any recognised religion, providing penalties ranging from a fine to death. However, in practice, it is only applied to Islam. An accusation of blasphemy commonly subjects the accused, police, lawyers, and judges to harassment, threats, and attacks. As of mid-2002, only the testimony of a single Muslim is sufficient to prosecute a non-Muslim on blasphemy charges.