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Crucified Again: Christians Being Martyred Every Five Minutes Around The World

In Egypt, dozens of churches have been burned to the ground and Christians murdered.  In Afghanistan, where America has 54,000 of our soldiers on the ground fighting a forgotten war for the past 12 years, there are NO CHURCHES AT ALL.  The same is the case in the land of our "ally" Saudi Arabia. Obama backed rebels in Syria have been quite busy of late burning churches, killing Christians and displacing Christians. At least 50 churches were burned to the ground there in August of this year alone.  Similar stories or worse are being reported in Nigeria, Somalia, Yemen and  In March, Muslims torched dozens of Christian homes in Pakistan. 

A September 26 report from Breitbart said:
"According to the International Society for Human Rights in Frankfurt, Germany, 80 percent of all acts of religious discrimination in the world today are directed against Christians.
The Center for the Study of Global Christianity in the United States estimates that in the last decade, an average of 100,000 Christians have died each year in what the center calls a "situation of witness," meaning for motives related to their faith."

Of course here at home, President Obama has been waging his own war on Christianity:

"One of his {Obama's} first executive order in January 2009 was to reverse the practice of the Bush Administration and start giving tax payer money to organizations that perform abortions in other countries.

In February of 2009, he announced the elimination of conscience protections that allowed pro-life doctors and nurses in federally funded hospitals to opt out of performing abortions. 

In April 2009 Obama delivered a speech at Georgetown University only after his staff had pressured the Catholic College to cover up the monogram for the name of Jesus that was always displayed above the podium"

The next thing we noticed was that when President Obama recites the Declaration of Independence, he changes the wording.  When he quotes the great Declaration he censors out the word "Creator".  We all know that the Declaration proclaims that we are endowed by our Creator with certain unalienable rights. Again and again when Obama recites this line he omits the word "Creator".  Obama has done this so often that it cannot be a slip of the tongue or a glitch of the teleprompter. It is deliberate." 

"Obama canceled the traditional White House event honoring the National Day of Prayer saying he would pray "only in private".  

"In a November 2010 speech Obama pretended to quote the U.S. National Motto, which is, "In God We Trust", I guess he couldn't bring himself to say "God", so he mistakenly said our  official motto is "E Pluribus Unum". 

"When Obama gave the traditional Thanksgiving Day Presidential address in 2011 he again failed to mention God.  It wasn't clear who he was thanking on this uniquely American holiday, but it certainly wasn't God. 

"Apparently Obama thinks he can pick and choose which laws he can enforce and which laws he can overturn. In February 2011 Obama instructed his Justice Department NOT to defend the Federal Defense of Marriage Act known as DOMA that was overwhelmingly passed by a bi-partisan Congress but is now under attack in the Federal Courts by the homosexual activists trying to get supremacist Judges to declare it unconstitutional."  

"In September 2011 Obama who is determined to defy the Federal Defense of Marriage Act ordered the Pentagon to authorize the performance of same sex marriage ceremonies on military bases, thus violating not only the Federal law but also the traditional first amendment rights that have always been accorded to military Chaplains.
And those are only some of the facts through Sept. 2011! There is much more! 


“You won’t hear much about it on the evening news,” warned Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., “but there is a worldwide war on Christianity.”  
The senator chose to highlight the danger of radical Islam in his speech before the Values Voter Summit Friday morning. Paul explained the war on Christianity is not making the headlines it should because the “narrative is not convenient” to the establishment media. “The president tries to gloss over who’s attacking and killing Christians. The media describes the killings as ‘sectarian.’” But the truth, said the senator, is war is being waged on Christians “by a fanatical element of Islam.” 
The senator said the killers were a minority of Muslims, but, “unfortunately, that minority number is in the tens of millions.” 
Paul said radical Islam will come to an end only when Islam polices itself, and, “Only then will knowledge, enlightenment begin to glow and grow and violence, religious violence, will recede. ” The senator cited a list of atrocities around the world by radical Islamists, including Syria, where “Islamic rebels have filmed beheadings of their captives.” 
“They’ve filmed themselves eating the heart of their enemy. Two Christian bishops have been kidnapped, and one priest was recently killed. These rebels are allies of the Islamic rebels that President Obama is now arming. “We are now arming Islamic rebels who are allied with al-Qaida that attacked us on 9/11. Does that make any sense at all?” His voice rising in a crescendo of exasperation, Paul drove his point home, declaring, “American tax dollars should never be spent to prop up a war on Christianity.” “But that’s what’s happening now across the globe. As Christians, we should take a stand and fight against any of your tax dollars funding any persecution of Christians.” Paul made clear he was speaking of a real war on Christianity, but not a conventional one. “I don’t see the possibility of how 50 to a hundred million radical jihadists are defeated, but they have to be contained, and we have to defend ourselves. Make no mistake, we should actively defend ourselves.” He said Christians should actively prepare for war but seek peace. And he invoked the counsel of President Ronald Reagan, advising peace through strength. 
“In the meantime, take action. Pray for a solution. Hold your politicians accountable for standing up and protecting life and standing up against the war on Christianity,” Paul concluded.