Call for Obama to Choose Christians Over Terrorist Allies in Genocidal War


Rand Paul has called for action by the Obama administration against the worldwide war on Christians in direct response to a brutal attack on a Christian wedding in Egypt this past Sunday. The genocidal war on Christians has spread throughout the Muslim world.

A relative mourns during the funeral for four victims killed in an attack at a wedding on Sunday, at Virgin Church in Cairo

Mourner at funeral for one small victim of Egyptian terror attack, photo and story can be viewed at Reuters

The genocidal war is not only against Christians, it is against all minorities in the Muslim world and anyone who speaks against radical Islam or even Islam in general anywhere in the world is called an Islamaphobe.

Our own administration has purged Islamic terrorism from the vernacular and has propped up the Islamist war against ‘infidels.’

The administration is supporting The Muslim Brotherhood, a terrorist organization responsible for murdering more people during Morsi’s regime than the entire time Mubarek was in power.

We joined with The Muslim Brotherhood and the Organization of the Islamic Cooperation in pushing for a UN resolution that supports blasphemy laws, laws which are used as an excuse to persecute Christians and other minorities.

In December 2011, the U.N. General Assembly adopted a resolution – a blasphemy law – condemning the stereotyping, negative profiling and stigmatization of people based on their religion, and urging countries to take effective steps “to address and combat such incidents.”

This religious intolerance resolution, pushed by President Obama and Secretary Clinton, has come up every year, but the U.S. had never supported it before because of the dangerous ways blasphemy laws are used in the Muslim world. The Middle East motivation behind the resolution is eliminating any and all criticism of Mohammed and Islam as well as any post-9/11 profiling.

To get the West to vote for it, without looking as if they were completely opposed to free speech, the Organization for Islamic Cooperation changed the wording.

They dropped the “defamation” language and included a paragraph that reaffirms “the positive role that the exercise of the right to freedom of opinion and expression and the full respect for the freedom to seek, receive and impart information can play in strengthening democracy and combating religious intolerance.”

In real terms, we support blasphemy laws that criminalize the use of the media that criticizes Islam, the very pretext being used to murder Christians and other minorities.

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