Christian/Hindu/Buddhist Genocide.Where are the Muslim's now?

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posted on Dec, 9 2012 @ 02:52 PM
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Muslim's all around the world want us to support Palestine because they believe that some kind of genocide is taking place(highly questionable though).The mainstream media (which I suspect is pro Palestine)has decided to give all attention to the Israel-Palestine conflict.
Here, I will like to draw your attention to some other situation's that are taking place around the world which are of similar importance.


Christian Persecution in Muslim dominated regions






In Egypt Coptic Christians are being persecuted and murdered. 100 thousand Christians fled Egypt since the Mubarek regime collapsed in what the Egyptian Union of Human Rights is calling a “mass exodus.” Our president helped depose Hosni Mubarek in the cause of freedom.

In Iraq, where we shed our blood treasure allegedly for the cause of freedom, Christians are being violently persecuted, murdered, and churches are being bombed, as seen in the above photo.

In the West Bank and Gaza, where Palestinians are in control, Christians are being persecuted. Justus Reid Weiner of Hebrew University claims 1,000 Palestinian Christians left the West Bank city of Bethlehem, the historic birthplace of Jesus. Our government wants to negotiate with people who persecute religion to supposedly bring peace, and that freedom thing, to the region.

In Pakistan it is illegal to convert to any religion but Islam. They have a blasphemy law with the death penalty. We give foreign aid and military assistance to Pakistan. Pakistan is a tenuous ally in the region.

CNN reported in Nigeria, 12,000 Christians and animists were killed over the past decade in a religious purge.


Islamic religious persecution goes unnoticed




Nowhere is this truer than for Pakistan’s tiny minority Christian population. Rather than being protected, Pakistani Christians are disadvantaged and victimized in every way. Dhimmis, treated as second-class citizens, they live with grinding poverty and Muslim contempt, deprived of education and employment opportunities. Vulnerable to threats and lacking the means to defend themselves, they are the inevitable targets of Islamist attacks, even victimized by those who are supposed to protect them, merely because they are Christians.


The Persecution of Pakistan's Christians

What is presented in this thread is just the tip of the iceberg.Hindu and Buddhist Persecution in Bangladesh and Pakistan has gone unnoticed too.Where is the mainstream media now?What has Barack 'Hussein' Obama done about it?What are we doing about it?
And now the most important question ->
What are the Muslim's doing about it?They always want us to support Palestine and cry about what is happening to them.But I don't think they have spoken anything about the Persecution of other religious people by Islam.

Christian Genocide in Syria
2.4 million killed in Hindu Genocide
BANGLADESH and PAKISTAN - the destruction of Buddhism and Hinduism

Discuss.




posted on Dec, 9 2012 @ 02:58 PM
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People will always kill each other because they think their own god is great and the possibility of other gods is sacrilegious and therefore abhorrent to them. As a result, they hate heretics or infidels and will defend their gods until their dying breath, attempting to purify the world their deities so graciously provided.

No religion is greater than another, because faith has driven many men to do terrible things. This does not make a terrible religion, it makes a weak man. End of story.



posted on Dec, 9 2012 @ 03:12 PM
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I'm part Syrian and my great grandmother was forced out of Syria for being Christian. My ancestors land was stole from them by Muslims. I'm not religious and don't support any. It is clear that the muslim religion should not be tolerated in the West. It is one of the most evil, if not the most evil organized religion.



posted on Dec, 9 2012 @ 03:43 PM
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You shouldn't use Obama's middle name in that manner, you're discrediting yourself and showing your extreme bias.

Every conflict is getting swept under the rug thanks to media coverage of Palestine. Congo, Sudan, others. It isn't America's job to protect the life of every Christian on the globe.

With that said, this type of intolerance is obviously unacceptable. It's a good idea for people to continue to leave places where others have fallen to insanity like this.

And, using Islamist extremists as a reason to ignore oppressed Muslims is pretty ugly logic.
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posted on Dec, 9 2012 @ 04:19 PM
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You shouldn't use Obama's middle name in that manner, you're discrediting yourself and showing your extreme bias.

Why are you angry because I reminded everyone that Obama has a Islamic middle name?
As far as I "discrediting" myself goes,I am ok with it.
And I ain't showing any bias here.It is a fact.




Every conflict is getting swept under the rug thanks to media coverage of Palestine. Congo, Sudan, others. It isn't America's job to protect the life of every Christian on the globe.


LOL who said that is is America's job "to protect the life of every Christian on the globe".
But it sure looks as if it Americas job to protect the Palestine's if we go with the mainstream media.




With that said, this type of intolerance is obviously unacceptable. It's a good idea for people to continue to leave places where others have fallen to insanity like this.

Why run away?
What are we scared of?
Instead we should get together and teach them a lesson that they will never forget.
This atrocities are not new. They have been going on for centuries.




And, using Islamist extremists as a reason to ignore oppressed Muslims is pretty ugly logic.

LOL who is "using Islamist extremists as a reason to ignore oppressed Muslims".
So you are basically suggesting that we ignore these genocides in the name of "Islamic extremists".
Interestingly these "Islamist extremists" find their way in any place that has muslim majority.Egypt is a good example.



posted on Dec, 9 2012 @ 04:47 PM
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You're right, Hussein is the middle name of the President. But that has absolutely nothing to do with US foreign policy. You put it in quotes and implied it had something to do with Islamic sympathizing. The Obama administration has done plenty to prove it doesn't have any more favorability toward Islam than is warranted, the wars in the Middle East continue to be fought and the US is generally on Israels side in the Palestine conflict. We give Israel billions in aid, and opposed the recent UN ruling on Palestinian statehood along with Israel.




Why run away? What are we scared of?


I was referring to Christians living in areas with a lot of Islamist extremism. They are probably better suited to relocate, as you pointed out they are doing.




LOL who is "using Islamist extremists as a reason to ignore oppressed Muslims".


You implied that we shouldn't take Palestinians seriously in complaining about their situation:



They always want us to support Palestine and cry about what is happening to them.


Everyone should support Palestinians who seek to free themselves from an oppressive situation. Everyone should support Israelis who seek to resolve the conflict through diplomacy, and not coercive violence. Everyone should oppose genocide in all forms, and I applaud you for bringing these issues to awareness...but you did it in a way that shows you have an illogical bias against the Obama administration in the matter.

Also, these actions shouldn't be used to generalized all Muslims as genocidal maniacs.

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