Monday, June 30, 2014

Christians Driven from Mosul

Again I say: The West must open it's borders to all those persecuted by Muslims.  It's pretty obvious by now that there is a new Islamic surge to impose Sharia on the world.  In the process, non-Muslims in every Muslim dominated country are being persecuted and driven from their homelands.  If most of those being persecuted can move to safer places away from their Muslim oppressors, the West will have less problem fighting the latest jihad.  With all innocents out of harms way it will allow whatever responses are required to repel the Muslim invasion.


Church Bells Fall Silent in Mosul as Iraq’s Christians Flee

The advance of ISIS has ended over a thousand years of Christian worship in Mosul—the latest chapter in the long decline of Christianity in the Middle East.

Last Sunday, for the first time in 1600 years, no mass was celebrated in Mosul. The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) seized Iraq’s second largest city on June 10, causing most Christians in the region to flee in terror, in new kinship with the torment of Christ crucified on the cross. The remnant of Mosul’s ancient Christian community, long inhabitants of the place where many believe Jonah to be buried, now faces annihilation behind ISIS lines. Those who risk worship must do so in silence, praying under new Sharia regulations that have stilled every church bell in the city.

The media has largely ignored the horrifying stories that are emerging from Mosul. On June 23, the Assyrian International News Agency reported that ISIS terrorists entered the home of a Christian family in Mosul and demanded that they pay the jizya (a tax on non-Muslims). According to AINA, “When the Assyrian family said they did not have the money, three ISIS members raped the mother and daughter in front of the husband and father. The husband and father was so traumatized that he committed suicide.”

    “I just want to get out of this hell.”

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