Obama’s America Supports Savages…… and Seeks to Annihilate the Original Christians in the Middle East and North Africa
Arabs in Bethlehem had a “warm welcome” for American officials who on Monday came to prepare for President Barack H. Obama’s visit to the city Friday, by throwing shoes and garbage at the vehicles in an entourage from the U.S. Consulate
Here are a few photos of the Syrian Christians that the United States of Obama has paid millions of U.S. Dollars to murder…. in their Muslim Brotherhood-Al Qaeda programme of ethnic cleansing and genocide of all Non-Moslims in the Middle-East and Africa.
Islamic rebels have been taking over Christian villages in Syria and that leaves the Christians facing some tough choices.
Recently a Muslim group captured the Christian village of Yacoubiyeh.
Many residents fled, leaving behind empty homes, damaged churches and relics of their faith.
Some say they won’t return until they see how the Muslim rebel commander treats minorities.
The commander says he will treat everyone fairly, but like many rebel leaders he makes his decisions according to harsh Islamic law.
There are reports of Muslim rebels murdering Christians and kidnapping others for ransom.
Christians make up about 10 percent of Syria’s 23 million people
Syria’s 2,000-year-old Christian community is being devastated by the country’s civil war.
A Swedish journalist interviewed more than 100 Syrian Christian refugees in Turkey and Lebanon. They say Muslim rebel militia are driving them out because of their faith.
One woman said her husband and son were shot in the head just because they were Christians.
Syria’s population of 2 million Christians is the second largest in the Middle East after Egypt, and now whole villages are disappearing when Islamist rebels arrive.
Every week, hundreds of Syrian Christians arrive in Lebanon. A Lebanese patriarch said it is a ”great exodus taking place in silence.”
Meanwhile, Secretary of State John Kerry said the Obama administration will give the Syrian opposition an additional $60 million in aid.
Kerry said the United States will also for the first time provide food and medical supplies to the rebels fighting to remove President Bashar Assad.
He announced the new support and change in policy in Rome Thursday, where an international conference on Syria is being held. European nations are expected to follow Kerry’s example.
Kerry said the goal of the aid is to put more pressure on Assad to step down and to make way for a democratic transition.