Iraqi Christians Chanting For Help in Front of White House: ‘Obama, Obama Where Are You?’
There is a full-scale Christian persecution currently underway in Iraq, and our president could care less. Iraqi Christians protested at the White House, but their pleas seem to be falling on deaf ears.
Several hundred people gathered in front of the White House on Saturday, chanting, “Obama, Obama, where are you? Iraqi Christians call for you!”
Iraqi Christians held demonstrations in a number of cities on Saturday, including Washington, Paris, The Hague, Cologne, and London, in order to bring attention to the current assault on Christians by the Islamic State (IS)— formerly the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) jihadists. One week ago, Christians were forced out of Mosul, Iraq’s second largest city, and many Christian monasteries, shrines and churches have since been destroyed.
His Grace Mar Paulus Benjamin, a bishop in the Assyrian Church of the East, made the 12-hour bus ride from Chicago with parishioners to attend the demonstration in Washington. I spoke with him in front of the White House: “Iraq’s Christians are being ignored by the United States, the United Nations, and the human rights organizations,” the Bishop said. “For us, America is a symbol of freedom and protection of human rights. I think of America in World War II, when America came to the rescue of Europe. Then, the enemy was the Nazis. Today it is ISIS. The names are different, but the religious cleansing is the same.”
Of course, Obama is probably too busy golfing or taking his 517th vacation to really pay too much attention to the plight of Iraqi Christians. Heck, he couldn’t be bothered to save the lives of four Americans in Benghazi — why would he care about these people?
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