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Where is President Obama as Egypt's Coptic Christians Die and Churches Burn? Comments

Last week, hundreds of Coptic Christians in Egypt stood up to a mob of 20 thousand Muslims. They risked their lives to protect their church, their religious freedom and each other. As Copts continue to suffer and die and their churches and property are destroyed, Christians have begun to notice President Obama's silence. Continue Reading

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  1. Michael Terheyden
    1 year ago

    Rush Glick, no one is tainting the truth or trying to enhance anything through dubious imagery, as you say. I used the photo used by many sources, including reliable sources, for a church in Mardan, Pakistan reportedly set on fire by a large Muslim mob after President Obama and his administration lied about a video made by a Coptic man and instigated riots throughout the Muslim world. Some of my sources are below:

    If I made a mistake using this photo, it was an honest mistake.

  2. Rush Glick
    1 year ago

    Regarding spending his early years in Indonesia, Mr. Obama once described the Muslim call to prayer as “one of the prettiest sounds on earth at sunset.”

    Regarding the photo used: Please, let's not taint the truth by "enhancing" our argument through the use of dubious imagery...

  3. Florianus
    1 year ago

    For those interested, the spectacular photograph of the church on fire was taken by Kurt Jull and can be viewed by Googling the following words, Photo gallery: Fire guts northeast Portland church. The original photo by Kurt Jull shows Portland Fire and Rescue trucks and personnel in attendance. This 4-alarm fire invariably takes place in vacant buildings. Photos of the gutted church can be viewed by Googling the following, Morning Star Baptist Church Fire aftermath.

  4. Hellena
    1 year ago

    Where is Obama as christians are butchered, oppressed and brutalised worldwide? playing golf while demanding «restraint» to the christian victims who are being mercilessly butchered just because they are christians..obama is a very, very, very peculiar " christian" that always sides with the anti-Christian forces and ideologies (speciailly islamic ones)..weird isn't it?

  5. robert matzinger
    1 year ago

    Where is Obama at while the persecution and murder of Christains takes place?

    As far away from it all as he can be!

  6. Michael Terheyden
    1 year ago

    Florianus, thank you for your observation about the photograph. I used the photo used by many sources, including reliable sources, for the church in Mardan, Pakistan set on fire by a large Muslim mob after President Obama and his administration instigated riots throughout the Muslim world over a video.

  7. Vietnamese Catholic
    1 year ago

    Obama is no friend of Christians and cannot be counted on to help Christians. He can call himself a Christian for political purposes, but his actions are anything but. In fact, his actions are anti-Christian, anti-Truth, and therefore anti-Christ.

    Listen not to what Obama says, but examine carefully what he does.

  8. Susan Teal Heywood
    1 year ago

    MUST Obama not be blamed for this so called Egyptian Spring he so thoroughly supported and CONTINUES to support despite Morsi being a muslim fascist Jew and Christian HATER???

  9. Florianus
    1 year ago

    The church on fire in the above photograph was of the historic Morning Star Baptist Church
    located on 106 Northeast Ivy St, Portland, OR, USA. The fire occurred on 6 February 2007.

  10. RL
    1 year ago

    Christianity is under siege in many areas os the world. While this tragedy in Egypt is abhorrent, we must not forget the two Syrian Orthodox archbishops who were kidnapped near the city of Aleppo. The Greek Orthodox archbishop of Aleppo Yohanna Ibrahim and his Syriac Orthodox counterpart Boulos Yazaji were seized by gunmen while travelling back from the Turkish border.

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