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LAME attempt at trying to hide that you don't DARE to do ANYTHING to him
...or any other Jew, you bigmouthed housebound COWARD! LOL
The mangina had no chance against Deborah Sharacvi, who forever shall be
a Guardian Angel of Israel.
Circumcised jew cunt Debwhorah had no chance against Humans. She FLED
this group just like uppity ape Chrissie Morton. They deserved each
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psychotic Walter Mitty? LMAO!
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Jack Marshall wrote about nauseating caravan apologists.
Why didn't he write about nauseating illegal gooks in the Great Satan?
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The ones miscegenating with cute girls every weekend.
Here is an article about persecution of Christians in Turkey.
"Burnt Beyond Recognition": Extremist Persecution of Christians, August 2018
by Raymond Ibrahim
December 2, 2018 at 4:00 am
"The non-implementation of the law has brought us a gang of hardliners who
have become above the law." — Human rights activist, World Watch Monitor,
A group of Muslims thrashed Vishal Masih, an 18-year-old Christian, after he
repeatedly defeated a Muslim teen at arm-wrestling." — Persecution,
International Christian Concern, Pakistan.
"We cannot watch our children joining infidels' church," explained a local
sheikh. — Morning Star News, Uganda.
Comoros: Sunni Islam was formally declared "the religion of the state." "An
ultra-conservative group of radical scholars ... are pushing the country to
a more extreme view of Islamic law (sharia) in the country and are against
Christians." — World Watch Monitor, August 3, 2018.
Turkey's government has kept the Christian Orthodox theological school
(Halki Seminary) shut for 47 years, while the Orthodox Church waits to be
allowed to reopen it. Recently, Turkish authorities declared that a major
Islamic Education Center will be built right next to the closed Christian
building. (Darwinek/Wikimedia Commons)
Christians Burned Alive and Churches Torched
Ethiopia: Approximately 15 Christian priests were killed—at least four
burned alive—and 19 churches torched during Muslim uprisings in the east,
where most of the nation's Muslim population, consisting of 33% of the
population, is centered. "Similar tensions are bubbling under the surface in
other parts of Oromia," which is approximately 50% Muslim, said a local
source. "We have even heard of places where Muslims had asked Christians to
vacate the area. And though this call is veiled as ethnic rivalry by some
media and observers, it is at its very core a religious matter."
Nigeria: During one of eight raids on Christian villages on August 28,
Muslim Fulani herdsmen burned alive a Christian pastor, his wife, and three
young children in their home; two other non-relatives were also killed in
the raids. Armed with machetes and AK47 rifles, the Islamic raiders also
looted and destroyed 95 houses and three churches. Gyang Adamu, one of the
pastor's surviving children who was away at the University of Jos at the
time, "got to know about the attack when I saw a post on Facebook that
Abonong village [his home], was under attack," he said. When he finally got
through to someone local, "the report I received was very devastating; I
couldn't believe that all my family members have been engulfed in the
pogrom. On reaching home, I saw my daddy and younger ones burnt beyond
recognition. The sight of the gory incident broke me down."
Also in Nigeria, armed Muslims stormed a Baptist church around 1 am, shot
its pastor dead, and kidnapped his wife. "The abductors said we need to pay
them N5 million [equivalent to about $15,000 USD; 13,000 euros] before they
can release her to us," said one local source. "You can imagine that they
now have the gut to walk into people's home, kill and abduct and also have
an effrontery to demand for ransom. Where and how can we get that money?"
Jihad on Christian Churches in Egypt
At attempted suicide attack against a Christian church just outside of Cairo
was foiled on August 11, near the start of the Eid al-Adha holiday. After
police denied the bomber entry, he died upon detonating an explosive belt
near the church; two others were injured. The church had apparently been
targeted that day because it was packed with hundreds of worshippers
celebrating an annual holiday. It was later discovered that the jihadi cell
responsible for the attack, which included two women, "had laced nails with
poison to ensure that the blast would cause fatal injuries." According to a
local Christian teacher, "We are accustomed to this; that became the normal
behavior at every feast or celebration, one terrorist trying to blow up a
church or conduct violence like as an Eid gift." Mina, a 22-year-old
engineer, said, "Currently, I am no longer very interested in incidents, and
all the talks are nothing, I look for chances to leave this state... I don't
Another eight churches were closed in one Egyptian province alone, Luxor,
all of them "following attacks by Muslim villagers protesting against the
church[es] being legally recognized," said an August 29 report.
In one instance on August 22, while Christians were celebrating a feast day
at the Virgin Mary Coptic Orthodox church, "A great deal of Muslim young
men, aged 16-26, from our village and nearby gathered in front of our church
building, shouting 'Allahu Akbar' [Allah is greater] and chanting hostile
slogans against Copts and the Church, such as 'We don't want a church in our
Islamic village,'" recalled one church member. "They tried to break the
front door ... but we locked [it] from the inside. We immediately called the
police who arrived and dispersed the demonstrators but they didn't arrest
anyone. They then closed the church building, sealed it and placed security
guards with it."
On August 25, in the village of Beni Suef, a Muslim "policeman tasked with
guarding the church from extremists instead aggressively entered the church
and hurled insults at the congregation, calling them infidels," says another
report. "The other policemen reportedly remained outside of the church
during the incident..." Ibrahim, a member of the church, said, "The
Christian villagers are very distressed and want a strong stand from
In another incident on Friday, August 31, Muslims assaulted Christians in
al-Minya because they "objected to the presence of a church in the area";
three Christians were hospitalized.
Discussing these violent protests followed by illegal church closures, Gamil
Ayed, a local Coptic lawyer, said what many Egyptian Christians think: "We
haven't heard that a mosque was closed down, or that prayer was stopped in
it because it was unlicensed. Is that justice? Where is the equality? Where
is the religious freedom? Where is the law? Where are the state
institutions?" "The gathering of Muslims causing a shutdown of churches in
the process of legalization is bullying—not only of the Copts but also of
the state," said another human rights activist. "The non-implementation of
the law has brought us a gang of hardliners who have become above the law."
Jihad on Christians in Pakistan
When Vicky Masih, a 35-year-old Christian man, met with Muslim acquaintances
and asked them to repay a debt owed him on August 6, the day of his wedding
anniversary, he was murdered. According to the report, "The claim for
compensation triggered a discussion that soon degenerated into a violent
clash. During the quarrel Muhammad Abbas, one of those present, opened fire.
With his stomach pierced by bullets, Vicky begged for mercy, but the group
continued to beat him ignoring his cries of pain. Eventually the Christian
was abandoned agonizing on the street and the guilty parties fled." "The
police," the victim's brother said, "are conniving with the perpetrators,
who are part of rich criminal families.... We want justice. We are poor and
we do not have the strength to fight these thugs. We call upon all the
people of God to help us and pray for the wife of Vicky and her three little
children: now they are the most vulnerable and defenseless."
In a separate incident, a Christian university student lost sight in one of
his eyes during an armed attack by Muslims on his Christian household. For
months before the attack, neighborhood Muslims had been pressuring the
Christian family—the only one on the street—to leave, by hounding the young
children for being Christian. According to the head of the family, Alvin
John, "Soon after the Muslims started harassing us, I had made up my mind
that I would not let my children suffer in this environment. I was waiting
for the 12-month rental agreement to finish so that we could relocate ...
and start afresh. I wish I had the financial means to leave that
neighborhood earlier." Then, on the night of August 28, Muslims surrounded
their home, pelted it with stones and broke windows. "After the attackers
left the scene, I told some neighbors who had gathered there that we were
going to launch legal action and sought their assistance in the matter.
However, around 11 p.m., some 30 armed Muslims attacked our house again,
this time forcing their way into our home. Someone had informed them about
our intention to approach the police, so they had come to 'teach us a
lesson.'" They beat the father and his two sons—blinding one in his left
eye—as his wife and daughter "screamed in panic." The "attackers also broke
the furniture and ransacked our other belongings."
On a separate occasion, Muslim mobs attacked and ransacked Christian homes
after a 19 year-old Muslim woman went missing and her father, Muhammad
Hanif, accused Waheed, the 22-year-old son of one of the Christian
households, of eloping with her. "All the Muslim residents flared up and
shouted at us, saying they would burn our houses and cut us into pieces,"
said Waheed's brother, Nasir. The "imam announced more than once on the
loudspeaker that all Muslims should gather at the centre of the village, and
'Don't let even a single Christian live in the village.' Following this, a
large number of Muslims gathered and then attacked the houses of the
Christians." Despite insisting that they did not know where the Muslim woman
went, "The mob took my mother and beat her publicly," said Nasir, adding
that most of the men, bonded laborers, were at work at the time. "Someone
alerted the police, who rescued her from the mob but then took her into
custody to pressure us to produce Waheed at the police station;" Nasir did.
Eventually, the report noted, "Nabeela [the missing Muslim daughter]
appeared in the magistrate's court and requested to record a statement in
which she submitted that she had run away to marry Muhammad Nazir Kashif—of
her own freewill.... At this, the police released Waheed and his mother. But
the police have not yet filed charges against the theft, ransacking and
incitement to hate from the mosque loudspeaker..." Later, Nabeela filed an
appeal saying that she was in fact abducted by Waheed and his brother, was
repeatedly raped, but managed to escape. "These new charges are being used
to pressurize Christians to withdraw their application seeking legal action
against misuse of the mosque loudspeaker, and the theft and ransacking of
our houses," Nasir said. Even one police official admitted that "Nabeela has
changed her statement so we are asking what statement she's sticking to."
In another incident, a group of Muslims thrashed Vishal Masih, an
18-year-old Christian, after he repeatedly defeated a Muslim teen at
arm-wrestling on August 2. Angered for losing, the Muslim youth verbally
abused Vishal and Christians as a whole: "How could a man of a dirty
community defeat me? A Choora (Untouchable) defeats a Muslim is unbearable,
I will teach him a lesson." After the match, "while Vishal was on his way
home, a gang of over a dozen young Muslims followed him and attacked. The
gang brutally beat Vishal, attacked his family's house, and beat his family
members," said the report. Then another Muslim gang attacked him.
"[A]lthough Vishal survived the attack, it was as if they left him for dead.
The gang then kidnapped the severely injured Vishal, locked him in a room at
their residence, where they repeatedly beat him for the third time. After
the assaults, Vishal was reportedly admitted to a hospital. His family is
being pressured by influential Muslims to withdraw the case, otherwise they
could be in more danger."
Finally, "a charged mob of over 50 Muslim men ... attacked" a group of
Christians, including children, for trying to defend their church property.
According to Bashir Masih, one of the victims,
"Ahmad, a local landlord carries a dispute with the local Christians over a
piece of land for years...The lower court of Kasur has already issued
'stay-order' for the piece of land for both the parties ... However, the
Muslim family wanted to grab the church property using their social and
religious pressure.... On August 2, 2018, Ahmad tried to cultivate a piece
of land with a tractor which belongs to the church. The local Christians
requested him not to violate court orders, however, Ahmad abused the
Christians and passed derogatory remarks against [the] church, stating,
'Building a church is nonsense.'... Within no time, Ahmad's armed companions
attacked the Christian men, women, and children with arms and sticks. They
left two seriously injured and other with minor injuries. The mob stoned the
under-construction church as well."
The church, St. Matthews, which serves about 40 Catholic families, was built
by the impoverished community's own money. "When the Christians complained
[to] the police about the attack, the police officials ordered them to keep
quiet and avoid mentioning it as a religious issue... The police were unfair
in the matter," one of the locals said.
More Church Attacks
Uganda: After months of being pelted by stones hurled by local Muslims, a
church finally shut its doors on Sunday, August 4. Then, a stone hurled
through a window of Greater Love Church struck the pastor in the forehead
and rendered her unconscious. Pastor Moreen Sanyu was delivering a sermon
when the projectile broke through the window. "I fell down and became
unconscious," she said. "When I woke up, there were only a few members who
surrounded me—the rest of the church members had fled in different
directions." No one came to the following Sunday worship service. Just
outside Kampala, the nation's capital, the church was in a predominantly
Muslim area. Because some Muslims began to attend the church, other Muslims
began to hurl stones at it: "We cannot watch our children joining infidels'
church," explained a local sheikh. "The throwing of stones broke glass
windows and destroyed a solar panel, and as well there was the uttering of
abusive and threatening words to me and my church members," the pastor said.
Two months after its opening in May 2017, and due to the constant stoning,
the congregation went from 400 to 150, until the August 4 incident, when
membership dropped to zero. "I am not ready to lose my life by attending the
church," said one anonymous church member. "I need prayers and material
support to relocate to another area at this trying moment," said the pastor.
Nigeria: Christians are denied places of worship all throughout the
Muslim-majority northern regions, even near and in supposedly progressive
universities, said Catholic Bishop Matthew Kukah during a speech:
"As I'm talking here now, ... Christians don't have a place to worship after
over 40 years of the existence of these universities and these are the areas
where the intellectuals, those who are going to govern Nigeria, this is
where they are.... Up till today, as I'm talking to you, you can't find a
single governor in northern Nigeria that will effortlessly sign a
certificate of occupancy for the building of a church. Nowhere... Northern
Nigeria is literally a closed book. And our inability to understand northern
Nigeria collectively as a nation accounts for most of the crisis we still
face in this country."
Meanwhile, the education Muslim children receive in northern Nigeria
perpetuates the animosity for Christian houses of worship, said the bishop:
"I have windows of my churches broken because young children are throwing
stones at the cathedral. I had one of my parishioners went blind three years
ago. His house was by the roadside. Children coming from Quranic studies
threw stones to his house. I'm asking the question, what are these children
being taught about the other person? This is a very serious crisis in
Attacks on Apostates
Iran: A court sentenced twelve Christians, most of whom had apostatized from
Islam, to one year in prison on the "charge of propaganda activities against
the system and in favor of Zionist Christianity through holding house
meetings, evangelism, and invitation to Christianity and inclination to the
land of Christianity," the August 11 report stated. Payam Kharaman, one of
the convicted converts, said "the pressure and harassment of the security
forces on me began in early 2012, and I was repeatedly summoned ... and
interrogated about evangelism and communication with abroad, and I always
insisted on the belief in Christianity for myself and not for promotion of
Christianity." The accusation that Payam had an "Inclination to the land of
Christianity" may be a reference to Israel, where Christianity was born, and
its use indicates that court officials "were looking for the accused's
confession to communication with abroad, especially America, Britain and
Israel, and this term has originated from this matter." Another report adds
that, "based on the cases we have been tracking, this is the first time this
year that we've seen a jail sentence being given based on the charge of
'inclination to the land of Christianity.' This could be interpreted as a
reference to Israel, the birthplace of Christianity and also a country that
Iran has adopted a very aggressive stance towards."
Separately, another convert to Christianity, Naser Navard Gol-Tapeh,
inquired about the charge for which he was convicted: "Action against
national security through the establishment of house churches." On August,
2018, in an open letter to the Iranian court that sentenced him to ten years
in prison, he asked, "is the fellowship of a few Christian brothers and
sisters in someone's home, singing worship songs, reading the Bible and
worshiping God acting against national security? Isn't it a clear violation
of civil and human rights, and an absolute injustice to receive a ten-year
prison sentence just for organizing 'house churches...'" Iran is widely
considered one of the top ten worst nations where Christians experience
Central Asia: A Christian mother in Central Asia (name of exact country
withheld for security reasons) was kicked out of her home by her Muslim
husband for refusing to renounce Christ and return to Islam. Sameda, 23,
converted to Christianity three years ago. Due to the lack of Christians in
her area, she married Rashid, a moderate Muslim who was seemingly
indifferent to her faith. "I married Rashid because he seemed to me to be a
good man," she explained. Initially, we were very happy until he became more
interested in my faith. Certainly, I did not hide the fact that I am a
Christian and told him that God touched my life one day. After these words,
my husband seemed to change." He eventually began pressuring her to return
to Islam and beat her several times—including when she was five months
pregnant. After giving birth to a baby girl, Rashid told her to return to
the fold of Islam, or else. "My beloved husband, who always seemed so kind
and caring; he kicked me out of his house with a month-old baby without any
means of subsistence! People say that I am born as a Muslim [for being
Asian] and should be this all my life. Now they call me a betrayer of the
'pure religion and true prophet Muhammed,' but how can I betray something or
somebody I never knew and understood? Yes, I am a Christian, but also still
an Asian woman." Although Sameda and her baby moved in with her mother in a
tight room— "authorities refused to give them a new flat with good
conditions because they are Christians" says the report—her problems are not
over. She could still lose her child in a divorce, as many Muslim nations
give fathers custody of children—all the more so when the mother is infidel.
Indonesia: The Muslim children of an elderly and destitute widow ordered her
out of their home for converting to Christianity. After losing her husband,
Nurul, 68, went to live in a missionary home for widows and orphans; there,
eventually, she embraced Christianity. Then, according to an August 3
report, "Nurul later received news that one of her children decided to take
her in their home. At first she was happy to be reunited with her family
members, but then her Muslim relatives found out about her Christian faith,
and allowed her to stay with them for only three months." "Because she
became a Christian, no one cared for her and she had to go out from the
community," explained the director of the home for widows and orphans, which
took Nurul back in.
Discrimination against and Abuse of Christians
Chad: "Christians in Chad are being intimidated and forced from public life,
under new rules prioritizing Islam in violation of the North African
country's secular foundations," noted a report. Among these laws is an
Islamic "oath [that] is exclusive and reductive in its vision of the state
and appears to be another way of excluding Christians from public
responsibilities," said one senior church source, speaking on condition of
anonymity. Priority is now being given to officials who take the oath "in
the name of Allah the all-powerful," while several top Christian officials
have been dismissed for refusing it. "What will now become of the many
Chadians who are neither Muslims nor Christians, and what will be the
purpose of our institutions of justice and regulation?" asked a local
source, before adding that the situation has become "critical, as the great
powers show complicity by turning a blind eye to violations of basic human
rights ..." The source also said that "Catholic leaders fear for their lives
after criticizing constitutional changes."
Comoros: Sunni Islam was formally declared "the religion of the state,"
according to an August 3 report. "The state draws from this religion the
principles and rules of Sunnite observance," the nation's amended
constitution now reads. As Christians amount to about 2% of population—which
is 95% Sunni Muslim —this development bodes ill, say local Christians:
"Things have been very hard on indigenous Christians before, and this kind
of specification is expected to make things even harder for them," said one
local source. According to the report,
"Over the years, the rise [of] radical Islamic thought among the population,
government officials, religious leaders and Muslim youth groups have caused
anxiety among Christians... Converts to Christianity from Islam can be
prosecuted, and the converts that exist face severe discrimination from the
Muslim majority... The state also denies worshipping space for Christians in
general. An ultra-conservative group of radical scholars ... are pushing the
country to a more extreme view of Islamic law (sharia) in the country and
are against Christians."
Turkey: A declaration signed by non-Muslim religious leaders saying that,
contrary to growing reports, they are experiencing no persecution, was
signed under duress, say reports and rights activists. The statement, signed
by 16 Christian and two Jewish community leaders, said that religious
minorities were allowed to practice their faiths freely, that "statements
alleging and/or alluding to oppression are completely untrue," and that
"many grievances experienced in the past have been resolved." In an August 4
statement, however, Dr. Anthony J. Limberakis, the head of an organization
comprised of the leading Orthodox churchmen in the United States, said:
The Order of Saint Andrew, Archons of the Ecumenical Patriarchate, regrets
the pressure that the Turkish government has clearly placed upon that
nation's religious minorities in obtaining a statement on religious freedom
from them..... In light of ... the plight of religious minorities in Turkey,
it is clear that Erdogan is acting as a dictator, going to religious
minorities asking them to sign a paper that belies reality when they are in
no position to refuse, for fear that their situation will deteriorate even
more..... [W]e fervently pray for our suffering Christian brothers and
sisters and all those who are persecuted simply for professing their faith
in Turkey and elsewhere.
Another report notes that "Leading the signatory list was Greek Orthodox
Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I of Constantinople, whose community has
been waiting for 47 years now to have its theological school [Halki
Seminary] reopened." Around the same time that this statement was being
signed, and possibly to add insult to injury, Turkish authorities declared
that a major Islamic Education Center will be built right next to the closed
Christian building. According to the architect, Korhan Gümüş, this move
appears as a form of "religious antagonism.... A halki seminary was built
there in the past. Building Islamic Education Center right next to it gives
the feeling of revenge. This is like old fears haunting us again in Turkey."
Raymond Ibrahim, author of the new book, Sword and Scimitar, Fourteen
Centuries of War between Islam and the West, is a Distinguished Senior
Fellow at the Gatestone Institute and a Judith Rosen Friedman Fellow at the
Middle East Forum.
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