Skip to comments.Egypt Persecutes Christians and Americans Pay the Bill
Posted on 04/22/2013 1:37:49 AM PDT by Olog-hai
Egypts Muslim Brotherhoods governing majority, is not actually crucifying the nations Christians. But they are nonetheless actively persecuting Coptic Christians who are said to be one-tenth of the population of the largest Arab country. A photograph of two young men set afire during recent demonstrations is pretty striking.
Police used tear gas against the Copts. It is tear gas sold to Egypt by American firms. In addition to foreign aidmost recently a $250 million increase offered by Sec. of State John Kerryour State Department has approved sale of this non-lethal crowd control agent to the Muslim Brotherhood governing party.
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Look who sits in the executive mansion and it all begins to make sense.
I have a friend who’s a Coptic Christian, who has family still living there.....please, if you will...pray for them.
It's pretty noticeable that the death of Christians doesn't bother Obama. After all, it's part of his "Sweetest sound" heritage.
Moslem agents of the Moslem POTUS are engaged in the persecution of CHRISTIANS (of all sorts) in the Middle East in general—not juse ONE country, but damn near all of them.
Dhimmi GOP (the House pays the bills) PAYS FOR IT ALL!!!
There—now get it right.
In theory the United States is supposed to be a Christian country, but you’d never know it from observing our government...
Obama is funding the Syrian rebels, last week Kerry announced millions more.
This funding of the radical Islamic people must STOP. How many need to die before we see the truth? Maybe we need Sharia Law in the USA to understand that the Islamic Faith isn’t a religion at all and in truth—is worse than the KKK.
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