This has been here for a while, so what’s your point?
Not sure what you mean by that comment. The ChristianPost article linked by RW is dated 11/2/2012, the day before he posted it here.
The Brotherhood took over in Egypt as it will throughout the Middleeast, and Obama has abetted the whole travesty by his non-arab policy.
Pres. Obama’s foolish (or malevolent) collusion in that takeover may have been part of RW’s point.
Egypt’s Copts have been experiencing violent persecution and fleeing Egypt in large numbers for 2 or 3 decades. The estimates of how many have left Egypt to avoid persecution range from tens of thousands (according to skeptics who want to minimize what has been happening) to hundreds of thousands (advocates who some claim are exaggerating) over the several decades. Wherever the truth lies as to numbers, violent persecutions have been going on in Egypt for decades, have been increasing, and will almost certainly be made worse by this new Islamic constitution and Islamist rulers. That may also have been part of RW’s point. The news here is both in the event and in the accelleration of a longterm process.
That Muslims who are not Islamic enough are likely to suffer under this would be newer - in being formal and in its scope - though I suspect that has been happening quietly and informally on a small scale over the last decade or two.