Based on what I read, my guess is that Pakistan is the world's leader in Muslim persecution against Christians. Read some "love stories" from the Islamic nation, via Jihad Watch:
Pakistani Christian burned alive, wife raped by police for refusing to convert to Islam
'News Alert: Pakistan Christian "Burned", Wife "Raped", For Refusing Islam,' from BosNewsLife, March 20 (thanks to DJM):
RAWALPINDI, PAKISTAN (BosNewsLife)-- 'A Christian man was fighting for his life in Pakistan's Punjab province Saturday, March 20, after Muslim leaders backed by police burned him alive for refusing to convert to Islam, while his wife was raped by police officers, Christian and hospital sources familiar with the case told BosNewsLife.
Arshed Masih was burned Friday, March 19, in front of a police station in the city of Rawalpindi near Pakistan's capital Islamabad, following apparent death threats from his Muslim employer Sheikh Mohammad Sultan, an influential businessman, and religious leaders, said the Rawalpindi Holy Family Hospital.
His wife, Martha Arshed, was allegedly raped by police officers. Their three children -- ranging in age from 7 to 12-- were reportedly forced to witness the attacks against their parents.'"
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And the second story, also from Jihad Watch:
Pakistan: Muslims murder Christian with axe after he refuses to convert to Islam
'Muslims Murder Pakistani Christian with Axe Blows,' from Compass Direct, March 22:
MIAN CHANNU, Pakistan, March 22 (CDN) -- 'Six Muslims in Khanewal district, southern Punjab Province, killed a Christian with multiple axe blows for refusing to convert to Islam this month, according to family and police sources.
The six men had threatened to kill 36-year-old Rasheed Masih unless he converted to Islam when they grew resentful of his potato business succeeding beyond their own, according to Masih's younger brother Munir Asi and a local clergyman. The rival merchants allegedly killed him after luring him to their farmhouse on March 9, leaving him on a roadside near Kothi Nand Singh village in the wee hours of the next day.'"
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