Posts Tagged ‘ oppression ’

An Open Letter To Obama On His Christmas Message

Dec 28th, 2015 | By
Church destroyed in Aleppo, Syria by Sunni rebels associated with the Free Syrian Army

The silence of church bells for more than a thousand years across the Middle East bears witness to the conquest and long-standing suppression of Christian societies under Islamic rule. Recent genocidal attacks on Christians by ISIL are sadly but the end-stage of a long series of abuses

New Saudi King Imposing Reverse Reforms In Sunni Nation

May 1st, 2015 | By

As Saudi political analyst Abdullah al Shammari told the Wall Street Journal: “Saudi Arabia is the center of Islam, and it is not our choice to be liberal. The moment Saudi Arabia tries to be liberal, it will collapse.” It is clear that under King Salman, Saudi Arabia is going to become more of a police state than ever and any small human rights gains made under King Abdullah, will evaporate.

‘Persecuted’ Film Deals With Religious Liberty/Conscience

Feb 14th, 2014 | By

There’s nothing wrong with the idea of a people who want all faiths to get along, but the moment a government starts forcing that, or the way a religion can act, you’re forcing conscience and the human heart. Man ought to have the right to choose, and the moment the government starts dictating the conscience of man, we need to look at what’s happening