Friday, November 26, 2010

Muslim Genocide


Unsurprisingly, given an aggressively resurgent Islam, Christians are being persecuted throughout the Middle East. Some would call it genocide.

Hudson New York has this to say:

It is obvious by now that the Christians in the Middle East are an "endangered species."

Christians in Arab countries are no longer being persecuted; they are now being slaughtered and driven out of their homes and lands.

Those who for many years turned a blind eye to complaints about the persecution of Christians in the Middle East now owe the victims an apology. Now it is clear to all that these complaints were not "Jewish propaganda."

The war of genocide against Christians in the Middle East can no longer be treated as an "internal affair" of Iraq or Egypt or the Palestinians. What the West needs to understand is that radical Islam has declared jihad not only against Jews, but also against Christians.

In Iraq, Egypt and the Palestinian territories, Christians are being targeted almost on a daily basis by Muslim fundamentalists and secular dictators.

You can read the whole thing here.

Say no to dhimmitude and submission to the religion of peace.

LSP

4 comments:

Bob Qat said...

Maybe the Mohammedans turn to murdering Christians 'cause they finally read that part of the Koran which states the Children of Israel are allotted their land forever (Sura Jonah, about line 95)

Pretty violent "Religion of Peace"

Silverfiddle said...

Islam is a societal corrosive. We may not be able to do much to help those poor Christians over there, but we sure as hell can prevent it from happening here.

We should stop all muslim immigration immediately.

The vast majority may be good people, but that little jihadi bastard from Oregon shows we obviously can't sort the good from the bad.

Also, our cultures are largely incompatible. Continuing muslim immigration is societal suicide. We have enough home grown nuts without importing more from overseas.

motoroz said...

More people need to come to that realization.

I like seeing a fellow Texan with a blog. Good post.

LSP said...

Bob Qat - couldn't agree more.

Silverfiddle - 'We have enough home grown nuts without importing more..." is most definitely a point.

Motoroz - thanks for dropping by!

God bless.