Some Christians get antsy at the prospect of complaining about persecution, or regarding others as their enemies. The persecution usually gets explained away by saying that it can always be one-upped somewhere else in the world*, but it's the latter which I find interesting. There's this modern Christian attitude that regarding anyone as your enemy is itself wrong. The categories of 'misguided' or 'misinformed' or even 'mentally ill' are supposed to be large enough to contain every problematic person, while "enemy" covers no one.
One problem being that 'love your enemy' becomes a pointless teaching, then. Apparently Christ wasn't commanding we love anyone at all with those words.
(* 'Oh, you're upset Christian bakers are sued into oblivion for not making a same-sex wedding cake? Well, in China their churches get shut down!' I suppose in China, the reply is, 'So we shut down your church. Big deal. You know they behead you guys in the Middle East?' And in the Middle East... well, there's not many Christians left complaining.)