The Catholic Pope has just canonized 813 Italian Christians who refused forced conversions to Islam by Turkish Muslims in 1480. Yep, he magically transformed those poor souls into sainthood.
I wonder what his great Holiness thinks of the Pagans killed for not converting to Christianity under Theodosius I in the late 4th century. Or maybe present day Pagans could elect their own Popish leader to make saints of the 4,500 Germanic Pagans murdered by Charlemagne during his orders for forced conversions to Christianity.
The list goes on. The Medieval era saw much slaughtering of non-believers by the dear Church. The Spanish Inquisition in the 1400s saw Muslims and Jews tortured and slaughtered for not converting. Consider the Jesuits (the Pope’s club) who in the 1500s tortured and killed Indian Hindus in the Goa Inquisition and destroyed their temples.
So, making saints of Christians who refused to convert to Islam is a joke.