Muslim persecution of Christians Western Appeasement


This has to be one of the worst examples of Christian failing I’ve ever seen.

Lebanese bishop

I know more Jewish writers/pundits/organizational leaders who have been more vocal about the slaughter of Christians in the Middle East, than the International Council of Churches (including the Finnish Lutheran Church). Instead, they keep pontificating about their responsibility to muslim refugees, though they (Muslims) have numerous Muslim states to turn to, while the overwhelming amount of Arab Christians have no where else to go, and far to few are making it to the West.

U.S. at Easter: When Christians Are Slaughtered, Look the Other Way

Muslims Slaughter Over 10,000 Christians and Destroy 13,000 Churches in Nigeria

by Raymond Ibrahim  •  March 27, 2016 at 5:00 am

  • “Over 500 Christian villagers were slain in one night.” — Emmanuel Ogebe, Nigerian human rights lawyer, March 2, 2016.

  • What Christians in Nigeria are experiencing is a live snapshot of what millions of Christians and other non-Muslims have experienced since the seventh century, when Islam “migrated” to their borders: violence, persecution, enslavement, and the destruction of churches.
  • The Obama Administration refuses to associate Boko Haram — an organization that defines itself in purely Islamic terms — with Islam, just as it refuses to associate the ISIS with Islam.
  • In all cases, the Obama Administration looks the other way, while insisting that the jihad is a product of “inequality,” “poverty” and “a lack of opportunity for jobs” never of Islamic teaching.

For years, the Obama Administration refused to list Boko Haram — which has slaughtered more Christians and “apostates” than even ISIS — as a terrorist organization. It finally did so in November 2013, after several years of pressure. Pictured above: Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau (center).

4 Responses

  1. when a couple of Muslims get killed everyone’s in tears

  2. The World Council of Churches and Christian Aid are big fundraisers for questionable organizations. They are also UK government funded, and their subsidiaries are not scrutinized.
    It is good to give aid, but when you give aid in an area where terror rules, e.g. Gaza, you cannot operate without paying kickbacks to the regime.

    1. It’s exactly that, all aid money, even business transactions, like in Cuba and elsewhere in totalitarian states, are controlled by the state/ruling entity.

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