Those on the streets protesting President Trump’s executive order every night as being racist and anti-Muslim did not utter one word were silent Coptic Christians were slaughtered and persecuted in Egypt. Nor did they say one word as the Islamic State throughout the Middle East and its fellow jihadists slaughtered (and continue to slaughter) Christians and other non-Muslims.
And then there are the other Africa nations where Christians are slaughtered, persecuted and forced to convert to Islam if they live long enough after being tortured.
What is going on in that part of the world is nothing short of ethnic cleansing, i.e., genocide yet those protesting Executive Order 13769 (Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States) until this day have not uttered one word against this evil as it spreads across the globe yet they protest, enrich themselves while doing the bidding of the global elites also guilty of willful blindness.
In an interview with the online journal Crux, Archbishop Bashar Warda said that from his perspective in Iraq, he couldn’t help but ask “why all of these protesters were not protesting in the streets when ISIS came to kill Christians and Yazidis and other minority groups.”
Warda also criticized the policies of the Obama administration, which offered no financial assistance to displaced Christians in Islamic State territory and instead favored Syrian Muslims when it came to accepting refugees into the United States.
“They were not protesting when the tens of thousands of displaced Christians my archdiocese has cared for since 2014 received no financial assistance from the U.S. government or the U.N.,” he said. “There were no protests when Syrian Christians were only let in at a rate that was 20 times less than the percentage of their population in Syria”[…]