Gays hate the Bible because it says they are immoral. Jews only support Christians if it does not adversely affect Jews. Jews largely see the Middle East as a zero-sum game in which if you help Christians, you hurt Israel and the Jews. Fundamentalist Christians love Israel, but that love is not reciprocated except to the extent that it strengthens Jewish power in the US.
In Syria, Assad has generally been tolerant of Christians, who had a much better life under him than they have under ISIL or any of the other Muslim factions fighting against Assad. Sen. John McCain and many other Republicans want to get rid of Assad by military force if necessary, thus condemning Syrian Christians to a horrible fate under his successor. McCain doesn't care; he now worships money and power, and has abandoned the faith of his fathers, Christians be damned.
In Libya, as a result of Gaddafi's overthrow by a coalition of American, European, and Jewish leaders, 21 Christians were beheaded in February. Christians did not have a great life under Gaddafi, but it was probably better than under the chaos of Muslim rule that exists in Libya today. They have taken control in the power vacuum left by the US and its allies in removing Gaddafi. Poor Christians!
An op-ed in the Washington Post summed up the situation of Christians in Iraq: "Christianity in Iraq Is Finished." Speaking about the ISIL takeover of part of Iraq, the article says:
... for Christians in Iraq, the past three months have been the climax of 11 years of hell. We Americans have short memories (that goes for you, too, in the “Bush Was Right” crowd), but it’s worth noting that Christians began having serious problems within a year after the fall of Saddam Hussein in 2003. Sometimes it was the work of al-Qaeda, sometimes Sunni insurgents pining for the return of Sunni control of Iraq. Sometimes it was Shiite militias fighting the Sunnis but finding time to persecute Christians....
So when I ask refugees their plans, it is unanimously to leave Iraq altogether. Enough is enough. This runs counter to the desire, expressed mostly outside Iraq, that a Christian presence be preserved in a land that has known Christianity for 2,000 years. It’s sad but true: Christianity in Iraq is finished. As one refugee told me, “We wanted Iraq. Iraq doesn’t want us.”America has essentially abandoned Christains in Muslim lands. Apparently Christianity doesn't matter. The worst is that we are largely responsible. We have destroyed the leaders and governments that allowed Christianity to exist. I wish fundamentalist Christians would quit worrying about Israel so much and worry about their Christian brothers and sisters.