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A Demand For Action

Posted by Fredsvenn on August 24, 2014

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Tel Aviv’s Islamic States crusader game plan is straight out of the Middle Ages

When England’s famous crusader, Richard the ‘Lionheart’, returned home in 1194 to a hero’s welcome, few of the cheering English folk had a clue about the rivers of blood he and his friends had been spilling in the name of Jesus across the holy land.

Only the tales of miraculous victories and incredible deeds of heroism got told. From the get-go in this latest millennium bemused Europeans are this time joined by Americans in again finding ourselves paying for our “betters” Middle East crusades. With live TV satellite links and 24 hour rolling news channels, one would have hoped our understanding of the battles we are paying for might have improved a bit.

Not a bit of it! Hour after hour, day after day, week after week the media deliberately blurs the lines between the fanatics, armed and egged on mostly by the Saudis, NATO and Mossad, and the vast majority of all faiths who just want to be left alone, to live in peace alongside those of other beliefs as they have always done when colonial powers are not stirring the pot.

Tel Aviv’s Islamic States crusader game plan is straight out of the Middle Ages

ISIS Sets Up Sex Slave Market to Sell Hundreds of Christian Women

After the very last Christian left Mosul, Iraq last month, the world seemed to turn a blind eye to the cruelty and slaughter by ISIS Islamists. Now, with another mass exodus, the world is simply calling it the “Second Wave” of displacement of Christians by ISIS.

Christians are pleading with the US and the world for help, sending out testimonies and asking American government to intervene.

ISIS recently advanced into the Kurdish region of Iraq, taking over Qaraqosh, a town with a large Christian population, the same as they ravaged Mosul. Christians were given an ultimatum: leave, convert to Islam, or die.

“ISIS detained dozens of families at the airport in Tal Afar, Turkmen, Yazidi and Christians after killing all the men,” eyewitness Alkhozai told Awsat News.

Agence France-Presse also confirmed that “ISIS took women and girls who are being held inside Sinjar and also deported a number of women with their families at the airport in Tal Afar after the killing of the men. The fate of each of these women is unknown.”

We now know the plan ISIS has for these women.

After slaying thousands, Muslim insurgents captured the remaining women, in hopes of creating a market for female slaves. ISIS successfully established a public marketplace, displaying their captives for auction.

ISIS Sets Up Sex Slave Market to Sell Hundreds of Christian Women

Assyria:

Persecution and Human Rights Violations by ISIS Continue

Iraqi Christian refugees in Iraq are facing increasing persecution by the Islamist militant group ISIS; the human rights of the Assyrian minority are being violated  as they are forced to face temperatures of over 40 degrees Celsius, without potable water, electricity and medicine, while their possessions have been stripped away or left behind. ISIS is also forcing non-Muslims who cannot flee from Mosul to convert to Islam through forceful and horrific methods.

Assyria: Persecution and Human Rights Violations by ISIS Continue

A clear message to the European Union from ADFA Lebanon

Assyrians are the indigenous people of Iraq. Our people has been suffering for hundred of years since the fall of Nineveh. Yesterday, the world had an excuse. There was no media, no enough ability to interact. Today, it is happening again, however it’s in front of the world eyes. With a notification before 1 or 2 weeks that a massacre is going to happen.

A clear message to the European Union from ADFA Lebanon

Assyria: Nineveh Plain To Become Iraqi Province

In January 2014 the Iraqi Council of Ministers approved a plan that foresees the establishement of three new provinces in Iraq – one of them the Nineveh Plain, which is currently hosting the largest population of Assyrians in Iraq. The decision to create a province in the Nineveh Plain came only two weeks after the Iraqi National Assembly recognised Assyrian as an official language.

Assyria: Nineveh Plain To Become Iraqi Province

Assyria: Patriarch Sends Letter to UN Secretary General

In a letter to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon, His Holiness Mar Dinkha IV, Patriarch of the Assyrian Church of the East, comments on the ongoing situation in Iraq and asks that the international community help the several thousand displaced Christians of Iraq and take action against those committing crimes against humanity.

Assyria: Patriarch Sends Letter to UN Secretary General

Dear Mr. President

Over one year has elapsed since the United States aligned itself with Syria’s Sunni-dominated opposition and the Middle East’s Sunni powers – especially Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey – for the purpose of overthrowing the Alawite-based regime of President Bashar al-Assad. While the United States pursues this goal in the name of the Syrian people, it is clear that its ultimate strategic objective is to deny Shiite Iran effective support from its most important regional ally in its struggle against the United States’ Sunni allies for mastery of the Middle East.

The key elements of America’s strategy have been economic sanctions, political backing for the Syrian opposition and military support to the Free Syrian Army and other Sunni-dominated armed groups. Lethal military support is channeled mainly through Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Turkey – all American allies with considerable democratic deficits, especially in the realm of religious and ethnic minority rights.

The United States’ active support for regime change in Syria has signaled an anarchic scramble for power and influence. The above-mentioned Sunni states seek hegemony, with our NATO ally Turkey threatening to invade and occupy Syrian territory, as it did in Cyprus in 1974. Meanwhile, al-Qaida and related terrorist groups vie with other Sunni-supremacist forces in the Free Syrian Army and Syrian National Council for leadership in the war against the regime.

In your stirring response to the Arab uprisings on May 19, 2011, you pledged to remain true to a “set of universal rights,” including “free speech, the freedom of peaceful assembly, the freedom of religion, equality for men and women under the rule of law, and the right to choose your own leaders.” You furthermore underscored the crucial character of these human rights when you declared:

“Our support for these principles is not a secondary interest.  Today I want to make it clear that it is a top priority that must be translated into concrete actions, and supported by all of the diplomatic, economic and strategic tools at our disposal.”

Mr. President, we cannot allow the religious minorities of Syria to be collateral damage of efforts to build a Sunni Islamist bloc (som IS nå forsøker å etablere i Syria og Irak) against the regional ambitions of Shiite Iran. Failure of the “Friends of Syria” to guarantee the human rights of religious minorities will only cause these communities to cling closer to the Assad regime for protection, and thereby deepen and prolong the civil war.

Dear Mr. President

What Would Jesus Say?

Mr President, please honor your Nobel Peace Prize! Please listen to the Syriac-Orthodox Patriarch and American citizen his Holiness Mor Ignatius Aphrem II! Together with all Assyrian/Syriac/Chaldean Patriarchs, he is demanding action from you and the United Nations. So my final question to you, Mr. President, is: Do you want to be another American President that history will judge harshly?

What Would Jesus Say?

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