Posts Tagged ‘ Assad ’


Dec 19th, 2017 | By

Christmas for Refugees events celebrating the birth of Jesus have begun for 2017. Celebrations have already taken place in Nigeria, Lebanon and Iraq. Displaced Christian children have come together to have fun, games, songs and gifts along with programs that center on the true meaning of Christmas.

Chairman’s Report For April 12, 2017

Apr 12th, 2017 | By
William J. Murray and Congressman Trent Franks

In this issue of the newsletter: Postcards to Congress Campaign – Victory as HR- 390 passes committee / Visits with congressmen and Senators increase to support HR-390 / Diapers for Refugees program delivery in March – feminine products added / Did Assad, already winning a war, use a weapon of desperation?

Trump Loses Support Over Syrian Airstrikes

Apr 10th, 2017 | By

Early Friday April 7, the United States military struck a Syrian air base in response to a chemical weapons attack. While it is currently believed that the Syrian regime was responsible for the chemical weapons attack that killed at least 70 people, many people have started questioning that narrative. Last week, Rep. Thomas Massie first

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GOP Congressman Questions Syria Gas Attack Narrative

Apr 7th, 2017 | By

Kentucky Representative Thomas Massie shocked CNN anchor Kate Bolduan when he questioned the recent chemical gas attack in Syria and said it wouldn’t be in President Assad’s interest to conduct that strike on his own people. “Frankly, I don’t think Assad would have done that – it does not serve his interests, it would serve

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Is the United States causing chaos by seeking stability for the Middle East and North Africa?

Nov 20th, 2015 | By
Not much is left of the mostly middle class town of Kubani as the West arms "rebel" revolutionaries to "stabilize" the area. January 2015. (Reuters/Osman Orsal)

In Syria, whether Sunni jihadists fighting Assad or Shiite supporters of Assad from Hezbollah and Iran, they “will fight each other to the death, but they have one thing in common, and that is that they all hate us.” The gang leading the West including Obama and Merkel just don’t understand that sometimes the enemy of your enemy is also our enemy.

Christian Supports Syria’s “Revolution” At Georgetown University

Oct 19th, 2015 | By

Supporters of overthrowing Syrian dictator Bashar Assad are truly rare among that country’s Christian minority, yet Georgetown University’s Prince Alwaleed bin Talal Center for Christian-Muslim Understanding (ACMCU) found one. Hartford Seminary Professor Najib George Awad’s September 28 presentation (audio) before six people in ACMCU’s boardroom continued a longstanding, surreal ACMCU pattern of never locating Christians with any fears of Islam.

Bizarrely, Putin Is Talking More Sense On Syria Than Anyone Else

Oct 16th, 2015 | By

Vladimir Putin now pitches himself as Europe’s migrant-crisis savior. Only by saving Assad, he argued, can we stem the flow. Bizarrely, he sounds as though he is making more sense than anyone else. Assad’s forces, long thought to be on the verge of collapse, meanwhile celebrated the bolstering of their military arsenal by bombing Islamic State targets in the north.

Franklin Graham: Russian Airstrikes Likely To Prevent Christian Bloodbath In Syria

Oct 9th, 2015 | By

Pastor Franklin Graham appeared on NewsMax Prime recently to discuss the Russian bombing campaign in Syria against anti-Assad forces. While the world is condemning such bombings, Franklin Graham has a different viewpoint. He notes that as bad as Assad might be, he has always protected religious minorities in Syria – including Christians.

Stop support for terrorists in Syria

Sep 18th, 2015 | By

The Syrian Arab Army is the main “boots on the ground” force fighting ISIS. (Kurdish militias also opposing ISIS in northern Syria are being bombed by our Turkish “ally.”) As observed by Robert Merry of The National Interest, “if the Islamic State [ISIS] is our enemy, then Syria’s Bashar al-Assad is not.” Why isn’t that obvious to more people in Washington?

Russia Sets Up Syrian Internal Refugee Camp

Sep 18th, 2015 | By

The first tent camp for internal refugees, constructed by Russian engineers, has been opened in western Syria, in a location safe from the raging civil war. Over the last four years more than 50 percent of the Syrian population has been displaced.