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    Re: Arab Christians come out strongly against US strike in Syria

    Quote Originally Posted by Texmex View Post
    According to Obama...

    Enough said right there.
    Making things worse for Christians will probable be more of a reason Obama will strike.



    Anyone in the GOP who tries to spread that kind of hate and fear will be mighty disappointed when another Democrat moves into the White House in 2017.

    And that is exactly what the GOP can plan on seeing if it doesn't change a lot, and soon. Time's leaving the GOP behind.









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    Re: Arab Christians come out strongly against US strike in Syria

    Quote Originally Posted by Sherman123 View Post
    A conference of Christian bishops and scholars opposes our involvement in Syria? Well that does it for me. Turn back the ships!

    Sherman! Are you dissing the religious?

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    Re: Arab Christians come out strongly against US strike in Syria

    Quote Originally Posted by CriticalThought View Post
    I find it sad that people identify with religious groups. Why can't it be a human atrocity? Why can't we be brothers and sisters in humanity instead of Christianity or Islam? Why is a Christian so much more worthy of sympathy when they are killed by an Islamist than an Islamist is worthy of sympathy when they are killed by a Christian? Just because a person has the same basic set of spiritual beliefs does not mean they have the same values, attitudes, and ideas. Honestly, this all comes off with the same kind of deranged, mindless group think you would encounter at a soccer game riot.
    Because those who persecute the Christians also persecute other people, that has been proved in Iraq and Afghanistan. US is behind it. The real purpose of US is not for "justice". It just to replace a disobedient "dictator" by a puppet "dictator" of its own.

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    Re: Arab Christians come out strongly against US strike in Syria

    Quote Originally Posted by CriticalThought View Post
    I find it sad that people identify with religious groups. Why can't it be a human atrocity? Why can't we be brothers and sisters in humanity instead of Christianity or Islam? Why is a Christian so much more worthy of sympathy when they are killed by an Islamist than an Islamist is worthy of sympathy when they are killed by a Christian? Just because a person has the same basic set of spiritual beliefs does not mean they have the same values, attitudes, and ideas. Honestly, this all comes off with the same kind of deranged, mindless group think you would encounter at a soccer game riot.
    The war started by US killed all kind of people, Christians is particularly hurt. You try to mislead people that it's only an unilateral thread for Christians. You try to meddle the water. The tactic of US regime is to demonize "dictator Assad" to reach their goal - to conquer the mid-east countries. In fact, war waged by US have a much bigger damage to people than "dictator" did. Christians in Iraq and Syria is a good sample.

    Only 57 Churches Left In Iraq; From 300 In 2003

    Christian News, The Christian Post


    Iraq had 300 churches and 1.4 million Christians in 2003, but now only 57 churches and about half a million Christians remain with members of the minority fleeing Islamist attacks, according to local reports.
    Saddam didn't do it. US did it by the puppet government it established.

    Prosecute G.W.Bush for murder

    American Military Deaths in Iraq

    In Combat

    Since war began:

    Total 4488


    Official

    Total Wounded: 33184

    An estimated 1.2 million Iraqis have been killed violently since the US invasion. More than 4 million Iraqis have now been displaced by violence in the country.

    Prosecute George W. Bush for Murder
    To prevent you meddle the water, here I give the data include all civilians (include Christians).
    Last edited by katsung47; 09-14-13 at 08:59 PM.

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