The Christian community in Mosul have been given the choice to pay an exorbitant tax, convert to Islam — or die.
In response, thousands of Christians are fleeing Mosul with little more than the clothes on their backs. Their valuables are being systematically looted by the IslamoNazis, who are establishing a caliphate in lands that were once parts of Iraq and Syria.
You would think that a purge against this two-millennia-old Christian community would elicit storms of protest across the civilized world. You would expect that hundreds of Islamic scholars would publicly denounce this mass atrocity and that there would be million-man marches from all the moderate Muslims we keep hearing about.
But of course, there is a black hole of silence.