Fair enough. Of course, it would be nice if Secular Europe stopped, too. And thankfully, some at the Council of Europe said as much. Of course, there isn't outright brutality and violence in Europe. Yet. But laws and legal stances taken by quote/unquote "Liberal" nations in recent years have certainly made it clear that if you are going to be Christian, you're going to behave or else. This is consistent with the growing intolerance of the secular Left, which has far more influence in various European nations than it does in America. In Europe, individuals like Richard Dawkins or Sir Elton John can come out and say if it were up to them, they would gladly make it a crime to be religious in general, and Christian in particular. And they are lauded, celebrated, and given all manner of awards for their troubles.
That, of course, is the first step. Throughout Islamic history, being a non-Muslim has been an up and down affair. Sometimes it wasn't so bad, sometimes it could be very bad. The same was true, of course, for Europe regarding various groups. But in recent years, being Christian in the world of the Religion of Peace has come at a price. In some cases merely a legal, or even social price. But in recent years, that naturally has migrated into the next logical phase, and that's outright persecution. So we'll see where it goes. Not just in the Middle East, where we are already to Phase 3 of religious persecution. But where it will go in Europe, that has been flirting with Phase 2 for many decades now.