Skip to comments.Iraqi Muslim Terror: Christian Children Crucified
Posted on 08/20/2012 8:49:58 AM PDT by marshmallow
A committee of the Canadian parliament studying the persecution of religious minorities heard hair-raising testimony about the treatment of Christians at the hands of Muslims in Iraq. Speaking before the human rights committee on August 17, Filham Isaac of the Nineveh Advocacy Committee testified that since war began in Iraq in 2003, approximately 12 Christian children, some as young as 10, have been abducted and murdered, then crucified near their homes in an effort to torment their parents and warn the Christian community at large. In one case, an infant was kidnapped and then decapitated. The tiny corpse was burned and left on his mothers doorstep, the committee heard.
Isaac also spoke of the many Iraqi Christian churches bombed and burned, clergy murdered, and Christian women raped or doused with disfiguring acid. On August 1, 2004, there were six coordinated bombings of Christian churches on the same day. Subsequent fatal attacks included one on Christmas Day, 2010. Since 2003, there have been at least 45 church bombings in Iraq.
These assaults, he asserted, are part of a systemic effort to purge Iraq of non-Muslims. This was largely accomplished in the 1950s in the case of Iraqs millennial Jewish population, who had resided there since the time of the Patriarch Abraham. Chaldean and Assyrian (also known as Chaldo-Assyrian) Christians were once the largest Christian minority in Iraq and include members of the Chaldean Catholic Church, the Syrian Catholic Church, the Syriac Orthodox Church, and the Church of the East. The Chaldeans are not ethnically Arab, being descended from the ancient Mesopotamians who adopted Christianity long before Muhammed and the Islamic religion emerged from the wastes of Arabia.
In a report by the Ottawa Citizen, Isaac said that some 300,000 Chaldeans are currently refugees, which is equal to approximately 1 in 3.....
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Sadly, it was better for Christians under Saddam there.
and our we paid for their so called right to do this with the blood of our best and brightest.
Now aren’t you glad we freed them from oppression?
****...approximately 12 Christian children, some as young as 10, have been abducted and murdered, then crucified****
PHOTOS! We need real photos to rub in the face of those who support these moslem animals!
If it's bullshit, we can accept it ... if it's fact, we have a Godly obligation to eliminate that particular threat to humanity.
The guilty, their wives and children, their goats and camels and ...
you get the picture.
Saddam was opposed to random murder. Unfortunately, he LOVED performing the murders he wanted performed.
Let’s compare 12 alleged murders of Christians in the last 8 yrs to thousands of confirmed murders PER YEAR.
It looks as if the evil has reached another level. Last week in Veracruz Mexico seven members of a family were beheaded, including four young children.
Animals like these people do not deserve to exist in today’s world. Iraq is said to be supporting Iran also. What a waste of time, blood and money. Let them fight each other and die. Who really cares?
I get what you’re saying but if truth be recognized, we’re not far down the list as targets for such barbarity.
That such actions are being committed in Mexico, actions that bear the signature of Islamic influence, and are being pointedly ignored in the US does not bode well for our future. Especially if Obama’s domestic work is left undone after the elections.
To be perfectly clear, I mean his work of empowering the Muslim Brotherhood and CAIR.
The Christians who argue that Muslims can be our friends ought to take a hard look at reality.
They are not suited for democracy, because Islam doesn't respect human rights.
Nation building in Muslim countries is stupid unless we change both the religion and culture.
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