The BBC website is asking Christians in the Middle East to talk about how their faith affects their way of life. I wonder what brought this up? Was this debate triggered by the latest events in Alexandria, I wonder?
I also noticed that the BBC failed to mention Jordan among the Middle Eastern countries that have a Christian population.
My opinion? I will reiterate what I said before: I am a firm believer that Jordan is indeed a perfect model of Muslim-Christian coexistence. In spite of what many might see as a current global clash of religions, Jordan remains intact and its people — regardless of their beliefs — continue to live peacefully and amicably, providing a prime example of tolerance and acceptance.