Not too many people, apparently.
It's a very odd thing, but even the pope barely seems to care about Muslim on Christian persecution. And, of course, the very last thing that anyone cares about is Muslim on Muslim violence. Even the Muslims, themselves, have virtually nothing to say about it, at least in the English language press.
According to Raymond Ibrahim of the Gatestone Institute (International Policy Council):
As Easter, one of the highest Christian holidays, comes in April, Christian persecution in Muslim nations—from sheer violence to oppressive laws—was rampant: In Nigeria, where jihadis have expressed their desire to expunge all traces of Christianity, a church was bombed during Easter Sunday, killing some 50 worshippers; in Turkey, a pastor was beaten by Muslims immediately following Easter service and threatened with death unless he converted to Islam; and in Iran, Easter Sunday saw 12 Christians stand trial as "apostates."
The persecution of Christians has come to regions not normally associated with it. As in Nigeria, Muslim militants are now also running amok in Timbuktu, Mali—beheading a Christian leader and threatening other Christians with similar treatment. Sharia law has been imposed, churches are being destroyed, and Christians are fleeing Timbuktu in mass.
It's one of the hideous ironies of today's political moment that even as the Muslim world is chasing out its Christians, and as Israel is the only country in the entire Middle East with a growing Christian presence, and as the Jews of the Middle East struggle against Muslim persecution, that the western left continues to harp on the alleged transgressions of the Jewish state of Israel.
There was a recent conference at the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research entitled "Jews and the Left." Eitan Kensky, a participant, wrote, “one of the most intriguing aspects of the conference was the extent to which the participants who self-identify with the left agreed with the view that it had indeed betrayed the Jewish state.”
That's what I've been saying for years, now.
In any case, I am very much looking forward to reading these conference papers and will report back here when I do.