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Matthew Hoy currently works as a metro page designer at the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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Thursday, February 07, 2002
It's old news to some, but it's news to me, and probably to you too. Historically, it's often in time of the greatest persecution that Christianity grows. First reported last year, this appears to be the case in Algeria, where Christianity is experiencing a boom due to a radical Islamic campaign of terror in the country.


The deterioration of the image of Islam during the crisis has played its part in this rise of conversions to Christianity and the adoption of its principles. What is happening and what has happened in Algeria, such as the massacres and killings in the name of Islam, has [sic] led many, when asked what the difference, in their view, was between Islam and Christianity, to declare: "Christianity is life, Islam is death."


A religion fueled by hate cannot overcome one fueled by love. The radical brand of Islam promoted by Saudi Arabia, Iran and people like Usama bin Laden has no future.

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