Persecuted Christians-Alot Of Talk No Action

As you know the world held a Global Summit on Christian Persecution this week.

Big names including Senators and Evangelical leaders took to the stage to condemn persecution of Christians from Nigeria to North Korea.  They spoke about all the terrorist groups committing atrocities.  


Mike Pence gave a long speech addressing this, here is a portion from his speech on the White House website:

The reality is, across the wider world, the Christian faith is under siege.  Throughout the world, no people of faith today face greater hostility or hatred than the followers of Christ.  In more than 100 countries spread to every corner of the globe –- from Iran to Eritrea, Nigeria to North Korea –- over 215 million Christians confront intimidation, imprisonment, forced conversion, abuse, assault, or worse, for holding to the truths of the Gospel.  And nowhere is this onslaught against our faith more evident than in the very ancient land where Christianity was born. “

He said the President was committed to this.  But through all the commitments, and speeches from some persecuted, there was no solutions offered, no condemnation or calls for change in Countries like Pakistan, Iran, Turkey or other countries.

Pence also said this: Protecting and promoting religious freedom is a foreign policy priority of the Trump administration.” 

Touting that the US was coming against Terrorism.   But again lacking a strong foundation.  

No plans, except to go after ISIS, but what about the terroristic governments like Iran?  Hundreds of Christians are still in prison in Iran for their belief.  Church doors are closing, clamp downs on home churches increasing, and new converts are ostracized.  Iranian Christians are being choked and in need of help.  Help from the world body to pressure a terroristic regime to abide by human rights.  Same with Pskistan.  The blasphemy law there is gaining momentum not waning, and the world is silent.  Still aiding and even abetting in the persecution of Christians.

Christian refugees are ignored.  In Thailand the UNHCR refuses to recognize Pakistani Christian refugees saying Pakistan does not persecute Christians!   All the while giving millions in aide to Pakistan.

When will they act?  How many more will suffer while they pat each other on the back saying good job while covering up the terrorist ideology by whole countries not just ISIS, Boko Haram, Hezbollah, Hamas, Al Shabob and Al-queda??

Enough talk it’s time for action.  Instead of investigating and forming committees that chase their tails, where is the investigation, condemnation and persecution of leaders who abuse and persecute religious minorities and political activists.  I’m glad to see a world summit but in reality it means very little unless there is a message sent these countries putting them on notice, persecution will rise!

They even mentioned Egypt but allow the Muslim Brotherhood free reign in the U.S.  

Time to wake up.  

Mark 13:37

And what I say unto you I say unto all, Watch.

Categories: Advocacy, anti-christ, attacks on Christianity, Boko Haram, Christian genocide, Christian persecution, Christianity in the news, Human Rights Abuses, Iran, Iraq, ISIS, islamists, Libya, Middle East Crises, Nigeria, Pakistan, Taliban, Thailand

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2 replies

  1. Amen CJ,
    Talk is extremely cheap. Our brothers and sisters need some real help against these devils. Do something to put the hammer down on those who are imprisoning and killing innocent people for their faith.


    The UNHCR is WORTHLESS and is aiding and abetting the persecution of Christians! Pakistan does not persecute Christians they say!!!
    What LIARS the U.N. are!


    • Amen! Proof positive: Pakistan still has a Christian woman Asia Bibi in prison awaiting hanging for her statement what has Mohammed done for you? And yet they are praised and sent billions of dollars. SMH Our officials and world leaders have blood on their hands. As God said to Cain: your brothers blood cries out from the earth.


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