Posted by: infideltaskforce | November 29, 2013

In 2012, 165,000 Christians were murdered

In 2012, 165,000 Christians were murdered

The Senate Foreign Relations committee should repeat the above statement today when it comes to the Christians of Asia, the Middle East and Africa. A new Holocaust is befalling these Christians. The Governments of the West, the media and the church are hardly vocal. As for action, their consciences seem to be collectively devoid of an awareness of their responsibility to humanity. Last year, 165,000 Christians were murdered. Over the last ten years, millions have been displaced in Syria, Iraq, Pakistan, Nigeria, Guinea, Sudan and other places.

The world powers ignore and do nothing; they are doing even less than they did for the Jews. The Armenian genocide was the first Holocaust of the twentieth century, started ninety-eight years ago and the same silence from the West is more than apparent. Even today, the USA government will not recognize the history of the Armenian genocide out of some twisted concern over Turkey’s feelings. Though a resolution in the House Foreign Affairs committee narrowly passed in 2010 that would acknowledge the Armenian genocide for what it was, it went no further for fear of upsetting the relationship between the U.S. and Turkey.

As a result of the West’s silence between 1915 and 1918, 2.2 million Armenian and Chaldean Christians were brutally hanged, beheaded, starved, forced marched or worked to death. Their fate inspired Hitler to ethnically cleanse the Jews in a very similar fashion. It was the Islamic-inspired genocide of the Armenian and Chaldean Christians that is repeating itself in front of your eyes

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