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“First The Saturday People, Then The Sunday People”

Posted by addisethiopia on July 6, 2016

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First the Saturday people, then the Sunday people.” This statement is used by Islamists to describe the order in which they will commit murder. First the Jews, the Saturday people. And then the Christians, the Sunday people. The global conquest envisioned by radical Islam depends on their disappearance.

All-out religious war is being waged every day against Jews and Christians. It may be an invisible war because the mainstream media – suffering from excess concern about Muslim sensitivities and from editors’ and reporters’ anti-religious bias – has virtually blacked it out, but it is one of the most violent conflicts in our world nonetheless.

Jewish communities in the Arab World that just a half century ago numbered in the millions have all been driven to brink of extinction. Either hunted down or forced to flee their ancestral homes, these communities that had survived for thousands of years have vanished from history. If not for the existence of Israel, the Jews who once lived there would have vanished too. Meanwhile, Christian communities’ suffering in the Muslim world is worse than ever before.

The Saturday people and the Sunday people have a common cause – protecting their brothers and sisters who are being targeted for violence and protecting the Judeo-Christian civilization their faiths have collaborated in building over the centuries. Jews need to read “Muslim Persecution of the Christians” and understand the plight of Christians in the Muslim world. Christians need to learn from the genocidal history of Islam against Jews in countries which have now become exclusively Muslim states or Judenfrei (Jew free).

Christian Iraqi Population Shrinking With Persecution ‘Worse Than Under Saddam Hussein’

I just saw Toni Blair defending of invading Iraq at Chilcot press conference. His voice kept cracking everytime he gave contradicting arguments. I was nodding my head with amusement all the time. Madre mía! 

Iraq under Saddam had no chance, Iraq today has a chance“ Bleaching Tony Blair, July 6, 2016

It doesn’t get more wicked than this. 13 years later, still the same. Shall we call him ‘B’liar. Unbelievable! Don’t such evil individuals like T. Blair, D. Cameron, A. Merkel, The Clintons, The Bushes, Obama, H. Kissinger, Z, Brzezinski and G. Soros have a repentance gene? The so-called „International Court of Justice“ might ignore these cruel men and women, but, sooner or later they will appear before the courts of the house of the LORD.

A human rights group has warned that minorities in Iraq, including Christians, are facing a “catastrophic” reality with tens of thousands of people murdered or abducted by terror groups.

“The impact on minorities has been catastrophic. Saddam [Hussein] was terrible; the situation since is worse. Tens of thousands of minorities have been killed and millions have fled for their lives,” said Mark Lattimer, head of Minority Rights Group, according to the Thomson Reuters Foundation.

The Christian population was as many as 1.4 million in Iraq back in 2003 during the dictatorship of Saddam Hussein, but that number has dwindled since. In October 2015, Aid to the Church in Need said that only 300,000 Christians were left, but MRG says that number is now down further to somewhere between 50,000 to 250,000.

Iraq’s minorities suffered in various ways under the decades-long dictatorship of Hussein, but the human rights group insisted that things have only been getting worse in the 13 years of warfare since the U.S. military campaign toppled the regime.

Persecution of Christians and other minorities has especially escalated since the summer of 2014 with the rise of the Islamic State terror group, which has captured several cities in Iraq, including ones with formerly notable Christian populations, such as Mosul.

Iraqi Christians have been forced to choose between converting to Islam, paying a high living tax to the terror group, or abandoning their ancestral homes – with many enslaved or killed.

Source

— Mosul Archbishop: When Western Evil Is Fused With Arab Stupidity Nations Die

— Kidnapped Iraqi priest: ‘During the day I was a spiritual father, at night they tortured me’

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