Islamic supremacism: 2012 Archives
During this time of the year, when we celebrate the birth of Christ and his message of good will to all humanity, we need to remember that there is a centuries-old, relentless war against Christianity underway. Islam seeks the elimination of Christianity and Christians.
The left in Europe and America is more subtle, undermining Christian morality with mockery and sneers. While Islam has a certain morality, the left has none and seeks an amoral world in which anything corrupt goes and Christianity stands in the way.
London's Telegraph reports that Islam is doing very well in exterminating Christianity in Muslim-majority lands. Christians are "near extinction," the newspaper says.
Freedom of religion, enshrined in the Constitution, doesn't exist in Islam. While that freedom is under attack in America by the left-embracing Obama administration, it is one of those inalienable rights and in due time the courts will force Obama to obey the law and the Constitution.
Obama's support of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt has led to greater persecution of Christians. The same thing will happen in Syria if Obama follows through and supports the Muslim Brotherhood taking power should Assad fall.
The White House has not spoken out against the atrocities being committed on a near daily basis against Christians in North Africa and the Middle East by Muslims.
Where the native Muslim populations feel powerful enough, as in some parts of Egypt and all of northern Nigeria, killings, pillaging, kidnapping, rapes and church burnings are part and parcel of the persecution. No surprise that Christians are fleeing Egypt. In NIgeria, to their credit, Christians are fighting back.
In the Middle East there is one oasis for Christians. It is Israel. Prime Minister Netanyahu delivered a Christmas message vowing that Christians will retain their freedom to worship in Israel. Israel is an island of freedom of conscience in the midst of a sea of Christian (and Jewish) hatred.
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