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Obama has taken in 5,435 Syrian Muslim refugees, but only 28 Christians

U.S. Helps Muslims, not Christians Muslim Persecution of Christians: July, 2016 The Obama administration has taken in 5,435 Muslim refugees, but only 28 Christians — even though Christians are approximately 10 percent of Syria’s population and are classified as experiencing a genocide there. The logic of the pope’s statement seems to be that violence done that contradicts the Judeo-Christian God’s ...

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Palestinians Arab: Jibril Rajoub and the “Merry Christmas Group”

Jibril Rajoub, chairman of the Palestinian Football Association and a top official of Fatah and the Palestinian Authority (PA) in the West Bank, made the offensive remarks during a recent interview with an Egyptian television station. Many Palestinian Christians said that Rajoub’s derogatory remarks would further heighten tensions between them and Muslims. They pointed out that the top PA official ...

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France: On Its Way to Being a Jew-Free Nation

Incitement to murder Jews was described by the French press as “mild mannered”. In 2014, supposed anti-Israel protesters attacked a Paris synagogue and trapped the congregants inside. The attackers’ chants apparently included “Death to the Jews,” “Murderous Israel,” and “One Jew, Some Jews, All Jews are Terrorists.” The terrorist attacks on Jews in France are the culmination of years of ...

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Christians as “Target Practice”

“We will show the Armenians and the Christians who we are… We have been ordered not to leave any Armenians in the area.” — Islamic rebels, Aleppo, Syria. Thousands of Christians are fleeing Eritrea due to extreme persecution. A report describes Eritrea as “one of the world’s fastest emptying nations” and the “North Korea of Africa.” The majority of the ...

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Christians Forced to Hide Bibles Amid Migrant Muslim Death Threats

Bundestag member Erika Steinbach and Iranian-born pastor Mahin Mousapour called for much stronger sanctions for Muslims who abuse Christians in Germany at a press conference on Monday. Highlighting the fact Christians suffer violence, harassment, and death threats in migrant lodgings, Ms. Mousapour criticised Germany for granting Islam “too much respect”.  Declaring anti-Christian hate attacks an affront to German values, politician ...

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Elderly Christian woman stripped naked and paraded through streets by mob

The 300-strong mob of Muslim men in rural Egypt also burned down seven homes belonging to Orthodox Coptic families, over rumours of an affair between a local Christian man and a Muslim woman.  A 70-year-old Christian woman has been stripped naked, beaten and paraded through the streets by a mob of around 300 Muslim men in a village in southern Egypt. ...

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The Fall of Sweden

MP3: http://www.fdrpodcasts.com/#/3282/the… Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/stefan-molyneu… In the midst of the European Migrant Crisis, Sweden has been said to be on the verge of economic collapse under the weight of mass Muslim immigration. Ingrid Carlqvist joins Stefan Molyneux to discuss the state of Sweden, the impact of multiculturalism, Islam as a totalitarian political ideology, the massive increase of crime, the rise of ...

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Lebanon, Christians, Under Islamist Threat

Islamic jihadist groups are threatening Lebanese Christians and demanding that they submit to Islam. Lebanon’s Christians, descendants of Aramaic Syriacs, were the majority in the country a mere 100 years ago. Saad Hariri, a Sunni Muslim politician supported by Saudi Arabia, has invited every Lebanese party to his office to sign a document confirming that Lebanon is an Arab state. ...

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In Brussels, — Islam — Is Crucial Factor in Radicalization

The questions and criticism started only days after the March 22 suicide bombings in the Belgian capital of Brussels: Is the dysfunctional city the Jihadi capital of Europe? Could the terrorists have been stopped if not for inept security forces? International newspapers such as the Spanish daily El Pais wrote that the Belgian government had failed. The bombing sites — ...

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How terrorism could make or break the union

The rapid click of camera shutters filled an otherwise silent room in the heart of Paris, 10 days after one of Europe’s most tragic terror attacks. French President Francois Hollande and U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron addressed the media side-by-side, with the U.K.’s Union Jack, the French Tricolor and the European Union (EU) flag hanging steps behind. As expected, Cameron ...

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