It is said “Time is the healer of all wounds”, I strongly disagree, for time is ran out on “Few Christian left with their Head still attached to their neck”, yes
time is gone, and the dagger of the peaceful Islam ambassador to planet earth is upon them; but,the Champion of freedom and democracy, The defender of the oppress is silent. infects if one didn’t know any better one would call her the “Evil Empire’’ and not the“United State of America”.
It is extremely sad and heart wrenching when when Our “elected president” stands in a foreign forum and rebuke his Boss America for not wanting the Islamist Jihadist in her back yard. it is sad when the Obama administration have been sneaking around all American Laws to strategically place the Jihadists in our country! Hussein Obama have been true to his religion. As a Christian and an American I have never been ashamed of any American president, till this president. man stands and lectures Americans on standard and values. And by the same mouth promotes divisiveness . Christianity is bad and Islam is good, That is the basic message coming out of this Islamic White house. I do not know what tomorrow might bring ,But for today I ask you to pray for all the Christians in Mideast, and also pray for our leaders including Obama.
Outrage Only 34 Christian Syrian Refugees Admitted to US in 4 Years
Tuesday, 15 Dec 2015 11:05 AM
The United States has let in a shockingly small number of Christian refugees from Syria — just 34 — in the four years since a civil war broke out there and the Islamic State began its campaign of mass slaughter.
The just-released figures from the State Department show the paltry number accounts for only 2 percent of the 2,100 Syrian refugees the U.S. has accepted.
That is “disproportionately smaller than the 10 percent of Syrians who are Christian,” The Hill reports.
Many conservatives are furious at the miniscule amount of Christian Syrian refugees that have been admitted, especially with the ongoing murders being conducted by the Islamic State.
Politics within Syria and across the Middle East are partially responsible for the low number, analysts tell The Hill, although some conservatives blame the United Nations.
The U.N., “provides initial referrals for refugees who eventually resettle in the U.S. Christians feel discriminated against in overcrowded U.N. refugee camps, critics allege, and may even be subject to violence,” The Hill says.
Sen. Tom Cotton, an Arkansas Republican, told The Hill the U.S.’s reliance on U.N. referrals should “be re-evaluated.”
In addition, if the U.S. officially designates the slaughter by ISIS as genocide, it could legally take more action, The Hill reports.