ISIS hand seen in attacks against Christians in Palestinian Territories and Israel

by Monica Cantilero |  |  published on June 12, 2015

Palestinian Christians are expressing alarm over the allegedly growing number of “radicalized” Muslim in the Palestinian Territories and Israel, which they believe are linked to the Islamic State’s extremist campaign in the Middle East and North Africa.

Anti-Christian hostility has erupted in the form of physical attacks, provocative speech, and seditious billboards, the Morning Star News reported on Thursday.

Nashat Filmon, general director of the Palestinian branch of The Bible Society, said the recent hostilities in Jerusalem, including an incident last month wherein an Islamic mob attacked the Christian quarter, are linked to ISIS.