Skip to comments.Crucifixions of dissidents in Egypt and Yemen worry Christians
Posted on 09/18/2012 5:46:37 PM PDT by ZULU
Shocking evidence has emerged from the Mideast about an escalation in the persecution of Christians in Muslim countries. According to a report in Lebanon Today, at least one man was crucified and two others were otherwise executed by the jihadist group Ansar al-Shariah that had taken control of a region in Yemen and imposed Islamic religious law, known as shariah. The jihadists accused the trio of being agents or spies for the United States and killed them several months ago during a period when the Yemeni government was challenged by riots and rebellion. The MEMRI website has photographs of the jihadists victims .
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"That experience guides my conviction that partnership between America and Islam must be based on what Islam is, not what it isn't. And I consider it part of my responsibility as president of the United States to fight against negative stereotypes of Islam wherever they appear."
- Barack Hussein Obama
"He said that two of his actions have "drawn the ire" of some conservatives around the country. The first was the nomination of a Sohail Mohammed, a Muslim attorney, as a superior court judge. Conservative web sites have criticized the appointment, saying Mohammed has defended terrorists and will employ shariah law. But Christie called Mohammed a friend and said that those who create hysteria about his appointment because are "bigots."
Chris Christie, Governor of New Jersey
a million people should be doing this
the mohammedans all check out the internet ;
let them check THIS out
Swamp Youtube with your own privately conducted and creative ideas
So I guess Barry, Susie Rice and Slick Willie’s wife would like us to believe that this is happening because of some video on YouTube? Which one? The dog with a dress doing the Merengue or one of the pissed off Hitler ones?
Keep the ME populated well with goats and the mooselimbs will be too busy not to be peaceful.
I think when GW Bush said that he really believed it probably like most people, do not believe that’s the case any longer (liberals are expectations, hey they don’t even reach the level of moron).
Of course, if we started crucifying muslims here in the US, it might start riots in the ME countries. We wouldn’t want to offend them.
Well, if Bush really believed it, he was unfit to be President because he lacked a basic knowledge of history.
Bush was a well-meaning fool.
Obama is an evil genius working from within to destroy America.
Evil but definitely not a genius. If he was, those transcripts, SATs and LSATs would be framed in gold and mounted on the walls of the WH press room.
Well, we have that troublesome document called the Constitution and the other one called the Declaration of Independence - which is why we aren’t a Mobocracy like Islamic “nations”.
I say just grab them all and ship their butts out of here - better yet, hold their goat-lea-bitten butts hostage in return for ALL the Christians in Muslim Countries. Crucify a Christian (or anyone else who is not a Muslim) and we send a hundred of their scum to the 99 virgins.
You may be correct, I would guess that given the situation GW Bush was in a really interesting spot as president.
What to say.
Me I would have said kill them all, probably not wise.
Then GWB should officially retract that statement as being erroneous. Too many US citizens have been deceived by that presidential proclamation.
I must remind everyone that Bush made a few mistakes, but was also a fast learner.
He was mostly ignorant of Islam and historic Islamic atrocities, and early on he was misled by the established State Department parasites.
But I do remember that after the 911 dust settled, He never again repeated that asinine, irrational "diplomatic" phrase.
I give him credit for that.
It doesn’t take a genius to destroy America when we have a Congress that is too gutless to vet him or even criticize him and an MSM that promotes the demolition of their own home.
You are probably correct. However, it appears, and I think he is wrong on this, that former presidents do not interfere with current presidents.
I get he respects the OFFICE of the president, as I do as well, I can not see anyone respecting the man himself.
If I could wave a wand and make GW Bush say something I would but I can’t.
nearly every evil done by this monster in the White House had its genesis in the term of George Bush. His first term, aside from his bizarre view of Islam, wasn’t that bad but his second was an utter catastrophe.
You want to make GW Bush evil incarnate, I get it.
Sorry I am not playing your silly little game.
I never said Bush II was evil incarnate. He was stupidity incarnate which created the germs of evils and problems that lasted into this Administration.
OBAMA is evil incarnate. He took the germs of evils and problems Bush II left behind and blew them into full scale catasstrophes, besides adding more than a few of his own.
Bush erred through ineptitude and ignorance. Obama is erring through design and purpose.
And this isn’t a silly little game. Its about what we are leaving our posterity, not to mention ourselves.
So we must respect the office of the president even if its occupant intends to destroy the country?
This means that the intangible office of the president is more important than the tangible welfare of the country and its 300 million citizens.
Wow, the logic escapes me.
I don’t get it either. Maybe someone should ask him (GW Bush) why he wont say anything.