Four unarmed teenagers were brutally murdered last week, and it’s likely this is the first you’ve heard of it because The Revs didn’t care. Nor did the major media. We suspect CNN was to afraid to run the story.
You didn’t hear about it because the teens, all under 15, were Iraqi Christians and the murderers were Muslim terrorists who beheaded them. There’s no report of these children having assaulted a community watch volunteer, robbed a store and assaulted the store owner and a cop, and no reports of them resisting arrest. It appears they simply refused to convert to the Muslim religion. So they were beheaded.
In a harrowing interview with the Orthodox Christian Network, he said ISIS had killed ‘huge numbers’ of believers in Jesus.
‘Islamic State turned up and said to the children, “you say the words that you will follow Mohammad”’, he said, his voice cracking with emotion.
‘The children, all under 15, four of them, said “no, we love Yesua; we have always loved Yesua; we have always followed Yesua; Yesua has always been with us”.
‘They [ISIS] said, “Say the words.” They [the children] said, “No, we can’t”.
‘They chopped all their heads off. How do you respond to that? You just cry.
It’s a good thing that those kids were murdered by Muslims, after all, they are practitioners of the “religion of peace.” We were repeatedly told that by George Bush, and the Obama administration has been out in force reinforcing that idea. That’s why you won’t hear about this in a State Department briefing, hear the President call for a “beer summit” at the White House to smooth things over, or read about it in the NYT or Washington Post. Were confident the major networks won’t be spending any air time on it, after all, if they did a member of the Religion of Peace might show up at their offices with an explosive vest.
Can you imagine the outrage had these kids been taken by the CIA and waterboarded, or denied sleep, or kept in a room where the temperature was constantly changed from cold to hot and back? The UN Human Rights Commission – led by luminaries in the field of human rights like Algeria, Cuba, Venezuela, China, The United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, and Russia – would be holding hearings that would knock the release of Diane Feinstein’s CIA Torture Report off the front pages.
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