Christians Being Annihilated by Islamists in Egypt and Nigeria
As the US and British governments plough on with their ignorant and ill timed
"Arab Spring " interventions in the Middle East, Christian minorities in these countries are paying the price with their lives.
A Silent World
Despite the impotent denials of Western leaders, the Islamists are moving forward with an organized plan to eradicate Christianity in Muslim dominated countries. Churches are burned to the ground, and Christian worshipers are blown to bits on a regular basis in Egypt and Nigeria.
In Syria, foreign jihadists are killing Christians with impunity, and large segments of Syria�s Christian population are on the verge of panic. At last report, there was only one Christian church still standing in the entire nation of Afghanistan. Iran is arresting Christians for praying in their homes, and a Christian pastor remains on death row since 2009 for refusing to renounce his faith.
The world was silent in 1939 when Hitler made his plans to wipe Europe�s Jews off the face of the Earth. Will the world remain silent again as the Middle East�s remaining Christians are slowly and silently annihilated?
This is not about poverty or economic opportunity, despite the State Department�s weak muttering to the contrary. This is about Muslim extremists, who now hold sway over the lives of millions of Christians. The leaders of groups like the Salafis and the Muslim Brotherhood may disguise their goals when they speak to the West, but anyone who has read their pronouncements in Arabic knows exactly what they intend for non-Muslims; and frankly, it is quite frightening.
The nations of the world must defend the lives of Christians, and people, everywhere and stop making feeble excuses for Islamic supremacy
I know the Christians and Muslims in Sudan were going at it some time ago.
The story headline read, "Northern Muslims continue to attack Southern Sudanese Christians in giant human waves across empty fields, against well dug in, well equipped defenders, with gruesomely predictable results."
I'd rather meander for the prevention than race for the cure.