Sunday, December 13, 2020

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Muslim attacks against Christians and Christianity - ignored by the Secular Religions.

Obsessed with White and Christian hatred, the Fake News et al could care less.

by Ferdinand III



Around the world, Muslims continue to attack and destroy Christianity.Fake News, Fake Academics, Fake Experts, Fake Atheopath moralists, have nothing to say.





12/10/2020 DRC (International Christian Concern) – Gunmen believed to be linked with the Allied Democratic Forces in Eastern DRC, reportedly killed at least 30 Christians in a set of attack on villages in North Kivu province. During the attacks, which took place between November 20 and December 3, Barnabus Fund has reported that at least 30 Christians were killed, 10 women were raped, and at least 15 were abducted by the group. Another 14 people were injured during this time frame.


Barnabus reported that locals and officials confirmed these five attacks and that the militants targeted Christians. When found the Christians were told to either convert to Islam or die. Those attacked included a pastor who lost five members in his family who would not convert. “They also tried to force my wife and our four children to convert to Islam, but when they refused to convert, they shot my wife in the head while our four children were cut into pieces with a sword,” the pastor told Barnabus.


ADF is an Islamic militant group that was started in Western Uganda last century, but has since moved its operations to the Eastern half of DRC. Due to the vast landscape, weak government and poor population, ADF as well as other Islamic extremist groups have found an open home in this region where they can live, train and recruit new members.


Indonesian Terrorist Burns Down Church and Christian Homes, Killing Four

Salvation Army’s Post in Central Sulawesi Attacked



11/27/2020 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that on November 27, an alleged terrorist attacked the Salvation Army’s service post in central Sulawesi, before burning six houses of church members. Four Christians were murdered, with three being butchered.


Around 8 a.m., the Lewonu Lembantongoa Service Post, located in Sigi Regency, Central Sulawesi, set up as an outreach effort by the Salvation Army in Indonesia (Bala Keselamatan), was attacked by the alleged terrorist.


He set the church on fire, before attacking Captain Arnianto, Mrs. Mpapa, Lieutenant Abram Kako and his wife and burning down six houses of the church members. Out of the four victims, three were hacked to death, while the other was burned.


In the video seen by ICC, the charred victim was pulled from a pile of ruins, with smoke still rising in the background. The fowler position of the body suggests the agony and pain endured by the victim before death.



12/13/2020 Washington, D.C. (International Christian Concern) – International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that on December 11, 2020, Azerbaijan broke its ceasefire agreement by launching an attack in Nagorno-Karabakh’s (Armenian: Artsakh’s) Hadrut district. Azerbaijani President Aliyev blamed Armenia for the attacks, threatening to “break its head with an iron fist ”and saying, “This time, we will destroy them completely.”


This incident was reported by the Russian forces deployed as peacekeepers to monitor the ceasefire. It occurred just one day after Azerbaijan and Turkey hosted a joint military parade to celebrate their victory over Nagorno-Karabakh. Turkey is jointly serving with Russia in a peacekeeper role, but has supported Azerbaijan’s aggressive military actions in Nagorno-Karabakh. This location is ethnically Armenian and religiously Christian. Turkey and Azerbaijan share a common Turkish Islamic identity, commonly referred to as “one nation, two states.”


The timing of the attack is noteworthy, particularly given the comments made by Turkey’s President Erdogan during Azerbaijan’s military parade. The Ottoman military march was played, and President Erdogan stated, “Today is the day when the souls of Nuri Pasha, Enver Pasha, and the brave soldiers of the Islamic Army of the Caucasus are blessed.”


By making these references, President Erdogan deliberately framed the context of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict within the lens of the 1915 genocide committed by Turks against the Armenian Christian community. He also framed the context of the conflict within the lens of Islamic expansionism. This language compromises Turkey’s role as a delegated peacekeeper within the conflict. It also encourages Azerbaijan to continue breaking the ceasefire agreement.


The report entitled Turkey: Challenges Facing Christians 2016-2020 also explains the impact of this kind of situation on Turkey’s local Christian community. It reads, “Turkey’s recent military activities in the surrounding region have impacted the security of its Christian communities through tensions arising from nationalist rhetoric and provocative actions. This exacerbates the sense of alienation from mainstream Turkish society.”


Modern day secularists, flicking their hair, and preening themselves on Black-Lives-Matter, don’t care.  Christian Lives apparently, don’t matter whatsoever.  Even if they are Black.