As many as could do so Syrian Orthodox Christians have fled Syria: http://morningstarnews.org/2013/02/christians-in-syria-targeted-for-kidnapping/
Copts are fleeing Egypt and other countries where Islamists are invading.
We could send back 2 of our Islamists for 1 Christian who needs to get out of those Islam-infested hell-holes.
I feel so sorry for the women and children whose countries are ruled by Islamist male chauvinist pigs...full of lust, racism, misogyny, hate, violence, vengeance, pride, lies.
Where a bomb a day is normal.
Where governments only change through mob violence, assassination, coup and war.
Where no woman is allowed to study, walk to the store without a male chaperone.
Where men rape women, then kill and punish the woman (sometimes 12 years old or less), not the &*#$%! rapist.
Where little boys and girls are sold for sex slaves.
Where the main businesses are oil, explosives, war, porn, drugs, human trafficking.
Where the rebel religious group taking over is worse than the dictatorial regime preceding it.
When arrested and asked why he thought he could hand out Bibles in Libya, Ramses reportedly told his captors, “They say Libya is supposed to be a free country.”
Spot on Ramses. On a side note I bet He had a laugh at a guy with the last name of "Ramses" being a Christian and advancing the Kingdom. He does have a sense of humor.
Makes you think though of the petty persecution we see here, mainly getting ignored and such, is nothing to what other christians in the world trying to advance His Kingdom are facing on a daily basis. I pray they remain strong in their faith as He is with them.
To be a Christian in Benghazi these days is like being a Jew in Warsaw, Poland, in about 1941. Most of them didn't make it to 1942. The Christians in places like Libya and Egypt should pay attention to that historical fact.
Here comes Obama to the podium to discuss this issue. He says that it is the fault of Bush and Rubio's method of drinking water that is causing the violence. The media bow and accept the explanation as coming from a power higher than God. How is the movie maker doing in prison?
And the occupants of those desicrated graves happen to be Brits who gave their lives to help liberate those islamists` forefathers from the Nazis. Speaks Volumes....
An interesting viewpoint on the ME conflagration in process
"Now comes a book from a one-time administration insider who bluntly and altogether convincingly outlines the role domestic political considerations played in the White House's approach to Afghanistan and Pakistan.
The goal of policymakers was "not to make strategic decisions but to satisfy public opinion." Syria, it seems, has been no exception.
The former insider is the resplendently credentialed Vali Nasr, dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, life member of the Council on Foreign Relations and, most pertinently, former senior adviser to the late Richard Holbrooke, President Obama's special representative to Afghanistan and Pakistan".
UM....why isn't this all over the news? Seems everytime a sniveling "former President Bush" advisor wrote a book it made the night news, and day news and afternoon news and the author was interviewed and interviewed and interviewed and maybe given a golden crown encrusted with jewels...ok, maybe not...but they sure were elevated!
Interesting too, that the author of this IBD article, Richard Cohen, is a lefty.
It won't make the network news because the author doesn't slobber over the prez or his admin. Mean Girls making American foreign policy indeed; no wonder Holbrooke died unexpectedly. Think of the stress he was under.
I pulled the quote to make it easier for everyone:
"In his telling, the White House was some sort of high school cafeteria where Holbrooke was always being shunned and given the silent treatment. He blames "a small cabal of relatively inexperienced White House advisers whose turf was strictly politics" for this. Mean Girls, not the Wise Men, made American policy."
Nasr set down his views in a book called "The Dispensable Nation."
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Good because we can't have the people learning the truth about the Lord. Far out, it
s just like liberal orthodoxy, you can't have people learning about the Lord in Public institutions err schools either.
Murder and torture dished out to Christians in other countries, but just listen to the whining of CAIR in the US
Mr Hooper, just shut up and quit expecting the world to cushion you and your people from perpetual offense.
Look, let us be serious here. The Muslims are the enemy of the rest of the world. It is a cult that cannot pass and serious scrutiny or debate about what it consist of and what they stand for as a religion. When you dig down deep you find it is a false religion full hate and violence. They need to accept Jesus Christ as their savior and realize that Allah is nothing more than Satan fooling them.
The world had better wake up and take care of the cancer now. The longer we wait the harsher the penalty. Better to kill 1.5 billion then to sacrifice everyone for the worthless BS!
Yeah. I think we are already looking a WW3, fought largely on our own soil this time.
I hope we don't sacrifice a big part of a generation to save Europe from itself again.
If we wait too long...Chuck Norris called it ' a thousand years of darkness'. Assuming it's not the Christian End Times.
We need to get it done.
No, they'll probably work out their trade now for the blind sheik. I despise these people. God help our brothers and sisters, but I so despise those who are causing this stuff.
And more than just a few of `em are slithering around the White House and the halls of Congress. At least we`re beginning to Wake Up....
People are just pawns to them. They strip people of their humanity. Wrote a paper in college about descending so far into evil that one loses or takes unique human characteristics from others (it was an assignment using the book Night by Elie Wiesel.) I have been thinking about this paper a lot lately in context of current events. I think I am going to see if I can find it this weekend.
On occasion I find things from my college days in the countless containers accumulated thru the years. The gratification and reflection these experiences provide are hard to put into words. Enjoy your search nosila, and be prepared to find other "lost treasures" along the way....
I will share if I can find it. I want to read what my 18 year old mind wrote and what more I could add now with 14 years more experience. This was pre-September 11 even.
Gotta appreciate dear leader's arab spring legacy. I wonder. Does he wear his Nobel Peace prize medal to bed every night dreaming about how many people have been tortured, droned, murdered, imprisoned and persecuted since his coronation?