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US Commission on International Religious Freedom Sees Only Violations Against Muslims, Not Christians

March 30, 2012
da Tagliare, Godfather Politics

If you have been following any national and international news in the past few years you will notice a disturbing trend where the US takes a silent back seat to any Christian persecution yet boldly steps forth and speaks loudly when it comes to the persecution of Muslims.

Case in point is Joel Shrum, the American teacher that was recently assassinated in Yemen by a radical Islamist group who claimed he was proselytizing.  The US government has said nothing about the killing of Shrum, but is quick to apologize to the world for the killing of Muslim civilians by US servicemen.

The Obama administration was quick to apologize to the Muslim world for the accidently burning of Korans that had been defaced by radical Muslims, but said nothing to the Christian world for the Bibles that were burned at the same time.

Christians are being drug out of their homes, beaten and murdered in countries like Syria, Egypt, Sudan, and Indonesia to name only a few.  China continues to arrest Christian worshippers and pastors and throw them into prison.

And now… the rest of the story. …..

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  1. April 1, 2012 12:01 am

    To the best of my knowledge we only intervene when the Muslim are in the US and we the US citizens are the perpetrator. Never heard of Christian being attacked in the USA. Christian abroad are on their own unless it is a criminal case. I agree however, we should remind Muslim preaching to passerby they cannot force themselves on people in the street and if menacing they should be arrested for disturbing the peace.

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