It is very true that Iran is a threat to the peace of the Middle East and to Israel, but arming jihadists associated with al-Qaida and allowing them to murder Christians and destroy churches in Syria does not seem to me as the optimal way to limit the power of Iran. Indeed, the harsh persecution of Christians by jihadist fighters supported in Syria by Barack Obama is no different than the persecution of Christians in Iran.
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Since the war began in March of 2011, more than 70,000 people have died. A February estimate places the internally displaced at 3.6 million, and an additional 1.3 million have been forced to flee Syria for neighboring countries as refugees, all the while the government of the United States continues to support the very people responsible for the killing.
In this issue: Bronze Star awarded for a politically correct PowerPoint on how to be sensitive in handling Islamic religious materials / Obama State Department wants more Muslim college students in USA / Obama’s “Arab Spring” Tunisia: “Stone her to death” / Obama’s “free Syria” covers young girls in black / Congressman: “Don’t arm our enemies” / Jewish Senator supports jihadists in Syria / American Al-Qaeda fighter arrested / Christians most persecuted group in world / Saudi Arabia: No word on Ethiopian Christians / Nigeria: Easter attacks kill 80 Christians / Pakistan: Muslim mob attacks Christians / Bangladesh: Christian children rescued from Islamic traffickers disappear
In this issue: Hillary: What difference does it make why they died? / Obama seeks “Peace in our time” / Obama supports death on Roe v. Wade anniversary / Senators support Right to Life March / House Majority Leader supports Right to Life March / More Arab Spring attacks / Syrian refugee girls taken for Islamic “pleasure marriages” / Arming the enemies of freedom / The Jewish terrorist
Obama’s buddy, Muslim Brotherhood President Morsi participated in this prayer: “Oh Allah, absolve us of our sins, strengthen us, and grant us victory over the infidels. Oh Allah, destroy the Jews and their supporters. Oh Allah, disperse them, rend them asunder. Oh Allah, demonstrate Your might and greatness upon them. Show us Your omnipotence, oh Lord.”
With President George W. Bush out of office and having plenty of time to think in Texas one would think he would finally come to the same conclusion as the vast majority of Americans that Islam is no religion of peace. But no, George W. hangs strong with the Huffpost view that Jeffersonian democracy will come forth as one Islamist party after the other takes over formerly secular nations in the Middle East.
IN THIS ISSUE: Obama to Muslims – We are sorry. Obama to Muslims – We are really sorry. Obama to Muslims – Please forgive us as you kill our soldiers / Obama, oil and gas prices / Congress and the work recess / Pennsylvania judge: Attack by Muslim on atheist is OK / Federal court backs religious freedom / More dead in Nigeria / In UK Muslims get time off for religious worship, but not Christians / Muslim associated with terrorists wants airline job back
IN THIS ISSUE: William J Murray’s update – Terror threat to Capitol Building / Obama, Religious Freedom and social justice / Senator Blunt speaks out on religious freedom / Congressional hearings on Obama Care and religious liberty / The Vagina Monologues at the church altar – yes, really / Colorado school choir sings “there is no other truth except Allah” / Interpol enforces Islamic blasphemy laws / Islamic coup in Maldives
Islamists already have ascended to power in Egypt, Libya and Tunisia. Jordan, Morocco, Syria, Yemen and other countries face similar prospects, with Muslim Brotherhood-allied group consisting of much of the opposition that stands to gain from any power-sharing system. Since the downfall of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, Coptic Christians have been facing a wave of Islamic attacks, including murders, rapes, church burnings and institutional intimidation. Some reports say more than 200,000 Copts already have fled their homes.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh declared Sunday that the Muslim revolutions born out of the “Arab Spring” would replace US-backed chaos in the Middle East, Hamas affiliate Al Resalah reported.