Tajani: “The Christian genocide continues. We will continue to make our voices heard. We mustn’t give up!”

The Christian genocide continues. A few hours ago, a church in the Central African Republic was attacked and there are many victims. A massacre after the murder of a priest in the Philippines. ENOUGH! We will continue to make our voices heard. We mustn’t give up,” President of the European Parliament Antonio Tajani wrote on his Twitter account.

President Tajani is a vocal politician to denounce the persecution of the Christians around the world.

He said that persecution of Christians was “a genocide” during Aid to the Church event when Rome’s ancient Colosseum was lit in red in solidarity with persecuted Christians, particularly Asia Bibi. “A message must be sent from this place. It is the duty of Europe to defend these values (of religious liberty) wherever on earth they are trampled on,” Tajani said. “A message must be sent from this place. It is the duty of Europe to defend these values (of religious liberty) wherever on earth they are trampled on,” Tajani said.

215 million Christians are persecuted worldwide, accordion last study of OpenDoors.