Once again U.S. forces are engaged in an armed conflict with a Muslim nation. The United States put together the coalition of countries that are enforcing the no-fly zone over Libya.
The coalition's stated goal is to protect Libyan citizens in rebel-held areas from a massacre by Moammar Gadahfi's forces.
While some Arab nations are supporting the effort, the conflict is raising questions about Western intervention in Muslim nations. Specifically, charges have arisen of a Christian 'crusade' against the Islamic faith.
Will Western intervention in the Middle East create a backlash against Christians in the Muslim world?
Clifton Clarke, an associate professor of global missions at Regent University in Virginia Beach, Va., addressed that question and others on Christian World News, March 25. Click play to watch.