The Jihadist Cleansing of Christianity from Muslim Countries

Robert Spencer is the director of Jihad Watch and author of the New York Times bestsellers The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades) and The Truth About Muhammad. His latest book, Arab Winter Comes to America: The Truth About the War We're In, is now available.


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Christians in Muslim countries are awaiting Christmas not with joy, but with trepidation.

Fox News reported that in Iraq, “Christians are afraid to put up a Christmas tree or other decorations, according to one Christian pastor in Iraq. Such displays of faith in an increasingly extremist nation can bring threats and violence, say human rights groups. Christian churches must be regularly guarded, but congregants are even more on edge during their holiest days.”

And in Nigeria, according to Reuters, “fearing attacks by Islamist militant group Boko Haram over Christmas, Nigerian police said on Sunday they had ordered extra patrols, surveillance and covert operations to better secure potential targets during the festive period. The militants have struck every Christmas for the past three years, most dramatically in 2011, when they bombed three churches. One of them, on St. Theresa Catholic Church in Madalla, on the edge of Abuja, killed 37 people and wounded 57.”

Likewise in Indonesia, Reuters reported that President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono “has ordered police to step up security around churches over the Christmas holidays following reports of possible attacks.”

Meanwhile, Xinhua reported that last Saturday, “Syria’s armed rebels fired multiple mortar shells on a church in Syria’s southern province of Daraa, killing 12 people and injuring many others.” Melkite Greek Catholic Patriarch Gregory III Laham “told Xinhua in an interview that Syria’s long-term crisis has displaced more than 450,000 Christian Syrians and killed more than a thousand of them.” IB Times reported Thursday that in the Central African Republic, Muslims recently murdered Christians wholesale, “killing nearly 1,000 men over a two-day period and systematically looting civilian homes.”

Chaldean Catholic Patriarch Louis Sako recently said that Iraqi officials were readily giving Christians visas to leave the country, saying that there was “a whole strategy to help Christians leave Iraq” and warning: “The Middle East is going to empty of Christians.”

David Curry, president and CEO of Open Doors USA, an organization dedicated to defending persecuted Christians worldwide, agreed, saying: “We’re deeply concerned that Christianity is being squeezed out to extinction maybe in the next decade or so in the Middle East.” He explained: “There’s a culture of fear that has developed there that makes it hard for people to want to go to church to express their faith, especially at the holiday season.”

Curry ascribed this “culture of fear” to the negative influence of “extremists”: “These extremist groups desire religious cleansing and they’re increasing in number particularly in northern Iraq….Some of these countries, especially Iraq, have environments that are very hostile because of extremists in the region.”

The Fox News article in which Curry’s quotes appeared did not identify what kind of “extremists” were menacing the remaining Christians in Iraq. And that’s part of the problem: there is little chance that these “extremists” will be defeated, and the Christians in Muslim lands defended, if we can’t even talk about who they are and why they are doing what they are doing.

Nor is Fox the only one guilty of this criminal silence. Steven B. Nasatir, president of the Jewish United Fund/Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago, in the Washington Post in October compared the persecution of Christians to Kristallnacht, without ever naming who exactly was doing the persecuting. Everyone knew who perpetrated Kristallnacht, and why they did it, and Steven B. Nasatir, I am sure, knows full well who is persecuting Christians today. He may even know why despite ubiquitous attempts to cover up the reasons, but in his entire piece he fastidiously avoids mentioning who is behind the persecution.

This sort of thing can be expected from the egregiously compromised Washington Post, but it does raise a question: how does Steven B. Nasatir, and the WaPo for that matter, propose to combat this persecution if we are not even allowed to name the persecutors? How can we combat an enemy we cannot even name?

The problem is wider still. Patriarch Gregory recently said plaintively: “I do not understand why the world does not raise its voice against such acts of brutality.” Yet he need not have looked far for the answer: all too many of his brother clerics in the West think that to discuss the plight of Christians in the Middle East would be in poor taste, and perhaps even “Islamophobic.” Robert McManus, the Roman Catholic Bishop of Worcester, Massachusetts, articulated the prevailing sentiment last February: “Talk about extreme, militant Islamists and the atrocities that they have perpetrated globally,” he wrote, “might undercut the positive achievements that we Catholics have attained in our inter-religious dialogue with devout Muslims.”

So we must keep silent about Muslim persecution of Christians so as to avoid offending the peaceful Muslims in the U.S. with whom we are in dialogue, and who presumably would be offended by a discussion of that persecution even though they ostensibly repudiate and denounce it. And apparently the “positive of achievements” of this “inter-religious dialogue with devout Muslims” have not, throughout the course of 2013, done a single thing to ease the plight of the Christians suffering in Muslim lands – and the silence of Bishop McManus and others like him about the Muslim persecution of Christians has arguably made the situation of Middle Eastern Christians even worse, for their persecutors know that there is no one who cares, no one who will dare to speak up for their victims.

Barack Obama, for his part, is no help. He has made only occasional, brief and perfunctory references to the Muslim persecution of Christians – in stark contrast to his solicitude for the Muslims battling Buddhists in Burma, and for the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, despite its dismal record of targeting Christians and burning churches, blaming the Christians for its having been toppled from power in a popular uprising last summer.

And so Christians are being harassed, discriminated against, physically menaced, exiled, and killed in Muslim countries the world over, and no one cares. Indeed, anyone who does dare raise concern about their plight and dare to identify their persecutors will be tarred as an “Islamophobe” and a “bigot” and vilified accordingly, while the Right runs for cover and shuns the “controversial” speaker.

Thus the one thing we can be certain of at Christmas 2013 and into the new year is that Islamic jihadists will kill more Christians. And there is one other certainty as well: no one will care.

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  • Jakareh

    fff

  • kilfincelt

    When Muslims call people like Robert Spencer Islamophobes, we need to start calling those Muslims Christianophobes. Christians certainly have the evidence to back up their statements. Too bad that the media can’t be more honest and point out the severe Christianophobia that exists among Muslims throughout the world.

    • BillytheKid

      Yea, that should knock a few muzzies off the high wire.

      • defcon 4

        Better than killing Christians dirtbag.

    • defcon 4

      Muslimes don’t fear the Christians — that’s why they’re killing and persecuting them all over the islamic world.

  • wildjew

    Bomb attacks on Christians in Baghdad kill 37
    Published December 25, 2013
    Associated Press

    • notalibfool

      Christianophobia has claimed the lives of more innocents. Will anyone in a position of power speak out? So far there is very little mention of this in the media.

      • defcon 4

        It’s not a phobia. It’s sacralised hate.

  • wildjew

    Spencer wrote: ‘…anyone who does dare raise concern about their plight and dare to identify their persecutors will be tarred as an “Islamophobe” and a “bigot” and vilified accordingly, while the Right runs for cover and shuns the “controversial” speaker….’

    It’s not the left I worry about, it is the political Right I worry about; my side.

  • Horace

    Anyone named Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono needs to be immediately strip searched.

  • cecil91

    Islam’s central problem is that the Koran was conceived and written to ensure that medieval thinking stayed medieval. Unlike Christianity, It has only barely reconciled with modernity. It’s fundamentalists are, for the most part, stone-age barbarians

    • BillytheKid

      Crawl back under your rock fart brain.

      • defcon 4

        Why don’t you try putting a large carpet tack down on your prayer rug right where your forehead hits the mat? It’ll bring you closer to allah.

    • Jakareh

      I must take issue with your use of “medieval”. The word implies European Christianity. Islam is neither European nor Christian, and the Qur’an was written to perpetuate the ways of Arabian barbarians, which actually stand in stark contrast to that of European Christians.

      • cecil91

        Your conclusion is based on a false premise, which is that medieval is solely a European period in time. The word is also used to mean primitive.and unenlightened, which are universal concepts. Stone-Age is universally applicable to humans in that particular period.

        • Jakareh

          Stone Age is universally applicable because all Stone Age cultures all have at least one thing in common, the non-use of metal, which severely curbs technological development. I understand “medieval” is often used to mean “primitive” and “unenlightened”, but it’s inaccurate to describe the European Middle Ages that way. When you look at a Gothic cathedral or consider that the oldest universities are Medieval institutions, I think you will agree that the Middle Ages were not uniformly dark. There was a relatively short period between the fall of the Roman Empire and the Middle Ages proper, which was indeed chaotic and torn by strife and war, the Dark Ages. During that time, multiple barbarian invasions occurred, including the first great wave of Muslim conquests. The Middle Ages were actually a period of slow recovery following the Dark Ages. And the Enlightenment was not a break from the Middle Ages but a gradual evolution.

          Anyway, the point I was trying to make is that it’s too flattering to Muslims to call their belief system “medieval”. Medieval European values were far superior, intellectually and morally, to Islamic ones. Both in terms of chronology and philosophy, Islam is actually a product of the Dark Ages, not the Middle Ages.

  • Myrtle Linder

    JESUS CHRIST, HIMSELF tells us that this will be happening today, around the world, these evils will come to pass, in the end days, the days just before the return of JESUS CHRIST, to gather HIS people together and take us with HIM out of the danger that is coming with the final end
    Matthew 24:9-13
    9.Then they shall deliver you up to be afflicted, and shall kill you: and ye shall be hated of all nations for my name’s sake.
    10. And then shall many be offended, and shall betray one another, and shall hate one another.
    11. And many false prophets shall rise, and shall deceive many.
    12. And because iniquity shall abound, the love of many shall wax cold.
    13. But he that shall endure unto the end, the same shall be saved.
    John 15:18 If the world hate you, ye know that it hated me before it hated you.
    17:14 I have given them thy word: and the world hath hated them, because the are not of the word, even as I am not of the world

  • CurmudgyOne

    Barack Obama doesn’t care about Christians; he secretly applauds their persecution, no doubt. His political show of attending a Christian church is only allowed under his own pseudo-religion’s law of ‘taqiyya.’ And as for the ‘right’ running for cover, they are fast approaching the perfect embodiment of Pastor Martin Niemoller’s writing in 1945 about the Nazis coming for the Jews.

  • defcon 4

    Bombing/burning down churches and synagogues: the hallmark of islam in the 21st century. 2 synagogues were blown up in Turkey in the early 21st century along with two others in Argentina — the perps were all muslimes. Indonesia’s oldest synagogue was mysteriously burned down in Indonesia.

  • defcon 4

    Where are the “moderate” muslimes? Why aren’t they putting a stop to this? Why aren’t they holding mass demonstrations to protest this? Why aren’t they donating money to assist the Christians in rebuilding their churches? Why aren’t they holding hands w/those being persecuted by their fellow muslimes?

  • CurmudgyOne

    Next time you meet a Muslim on the street, say “Merry Christmas,” or, if it isn’t Christmas time, say “Praise Jesus.” If he or she attacks you, vigorously defend yourself. Have a witness. Maybe we can get some of them off the street.

  • RACH’s Idea

    The never ending need for a progressive viral utopia is destroying the very fabric of true freedom in all it’s aspects.

  • Seek

    Actually, medievalism refers to a period in Europe that began roughly around the 11th century and lasted until the 15th. Islam was founded by nomadic tribes in the 7th century and, from the beginning, has been dominated by warlords. There were very few humanizing influences for centuries after. Islam in the Arab world entered modernity, more than anything else, because of its contact with French and British during and after World War I.

  • antioli

    “Interfaith dialogue” my foot. They would let the innocent die for the sake of an empty pointless dialogue.

  • SCREW SOCIALISM

    Crusaders are back in Bethlehem.

    • Bill_H2

      Not with this pope. He still believes that Islam is a religion of peace and for him to believe this, it must be somehow true that its the fault of greedy materialistic Christians in the West. Which is to say “Houston we have a problem.”

  • http://www.abay.vn/Ve-quoc-te/ve-may-bay-di-tay-ban-nha Nhóm Đào Tạo

    Muslimes don’t fear the Christians — that’s why they’re killing and persecuting them all over the islamic world.

    vé máy bay di Malaysia
    vé máy bay di Singapore
    vé máy bay di My

  • v

    The western world refuses to believe and understand that the only way to defeat Jihadists and Islamic terrorists is to eliminate as many of them as possible. The rest will fear and hide. That is the only way. They only know the language of violence and to them co-existing with other religions is incomprehensible. They got rid of the Jews from Muslim countries, and now it’s the Christians’ turn. Unless we stand up to them and treat them as they should be treated, as terrorists, they will keep on terrorizing other religions. Islam only knows violence and bloodshed and nothing else, to them, would be worthy

  • genann59

    In fact, a Christian church was bombed today, Christmas Day, in Iraq with the deaths of many Christians trying to celebrate a Christmas church service. And very little said about it, other than the body count.

  • Rosasolis

    The Jihad is increasing and getting worse everyday, throughout the
    Middle-east, and further into Africa and Asia. The asiel-centers throughout
    Europe are now over-full with Christians and non-Islamists who have had to flee
    from several Middle-east countries. Many schools in Netherlands and Germany, closed for the holiday season,
    are providing food and temporary shelter for these
    poor harmless and frightened people! The stories they tell, often in good
    English, are incredible and heart-breaking.
    The Islamists do not want peace; they are only after: “World Domination and
    forcing their Sharia Law upon all people”. This is written in their Koran.
    And that this goal is to be achieved “through fire and the sword” is also written
    in their Koran.
    Let the 2 groups of terrorists from the Shi-ietes and Sunnies fight it out
    together. This will take a few years before that the is the ultimate winner amongst
    them is declared.
    In the meantime Europe, North-America, and other Western Civilization countries should prepare for the new Crusade, before it’s too late!
    If we continue to ignore the increasing threat of the Islam and their terrorists,
    I fear that if no real action is taken in the coming months,
    our whole Western Civilization may be forced into World War 111!
    How do our Military People think?… Must we just sit still and watch the
    Jihad take over the whole world, or must we now start preparing to
    prevent this ever from happening? I have deep respect for all the men
    and women serving in the millitary peace services in these very dangerous
    Middle-east and African countries! But I cannot help but wondering when
    your peace missions will have to turn to hard fighting!
    God Bless you and Keep You!

  • dbinphilly

    inside every conservative there is a fascist planning to pounce.
    —- does that sound as stupid as your logo does???

    • Drakken

      Let me guess? You vote srtaight line democrat don’t you? I can tell your very special, like window licking shortbus special.

      • dbinphilly

        actually I do not vote straight democrat. in fact, I’m a registered independent.

        Don’t allow my ability to think confuse you into believing I am a Democrat. I know that to vote Republican, the ability to think is a major liability.

        • http://www.teaparty.org/about-us/ Nixys

          Lick the boots of those “clever, sophisticated, witty and intelligent” Democrats right into the grave. Real intellectuals know that very intelligent, clever people can be and often are completely wrong. Windows 8, for example.

  • ObamaYoMoma

    Why should anyone be surprised by this manifestation? Especially when you consider the fact that the sole fundamental purpose of mainstream orthodox Islam is the subjugation of all religions and all infidels into Islamic totalitarianism through both violent and non-violent stealth and deceptive jihad and the eventual imposition of Sharia (divine Islamic totalitarian law) in order to make Islam supreme throughout the world. Indeed, the Islamic world is currently waging perpetual jihads (holy wars) against the Jewish infidels in Israel and the Hindu infidels in India. Hence, why should anyone be surprised at the fact that they are also currently ethnically cleansing the Christians out of the Islamic world?

  • Drakken

    Want to save the Christians in muslim lands? Arm them, anything else is handwringing lip service that will affect nothing and embolden the muslim savages to do more slaughter.

    • defcon 4

      This might work where Christians still have a fighting chance, but in the vast majority of islam0nazi states they’re already the persecuted, defeated minority.

    • la Catholic state

      I completely agree. We need to arm Christians….is anybody doing this?! The Christian militia of CAR would have easily been victorious now over the Jihadi thugs….had they had proper arms. Even as it is….they are winning. We must help them.

  • kate5778b

    The only way to solve this is freedom of speech.

    True followers of Jesus can’t use violence tho you can defend yourself.

    Measuring Jesus’ words of love YY with all your heart soul and strenghth and love ones neighbour as oneself Luke 10:27 versus the Muslim order to ‘fight as it is prescribed for you (Muslims) tho they don’t like it’ and ‘strike terror into hearts of unbelievers’ these are the orders for Muslims if they are following their ‘perfect man’, mohomet sura 33:21

    Back to school, a simple comprehension test, which actions work? Those of Jesus the man with ‘no sin found in him’ or Mohomet the ‘perfect man’. That’s not hard for a 10 year old to work out.

    • Roddy Sunshine

      Can’t use violence but you can defend yourself.

      So, a Christian CAN use violence.

      • kate5778b

        No, read again.

        • Roddy Sunshine

          i read once more. i really do not get it

          • kate5778b

            No read again (you;ll have to read all of Torah and NT to understand the difference) – end of post to you.

      • la Catholic state

        Christians can use proportionate violence in self defence…and defence of others.

  • Roy Mallmann

    The Egyptian people are truly on our side as they hate the Muslim Brotherhood and Barack Obama and claim that not only is he a member, he is their supporter with financing and arms. You will never see Obama travel to Egypt again. Why can’t we help Egypt join with Israel on trade deals and cement their relationships alond with Jordan? This would offer Christians great protection as well as provide better defense for all three countries. Obama is dirty and you should see the information that the Egyptians have on him. He provided a huge amount of money to Morsi and his lieutenants and they found out. These people are going to trial and some predict death penalties. They were responisible for Bengazi and it will come out sonner or later. There is a wealth of information out there if you look for it.

  • Anamah

    Miserable idiosyncrasy!

    A rudimentary, selfish and totalitarian ideology stinking the world…with its perversion and cruelty…

    Merry Christmas to our humane kind!… let out of our life the Nazis…

  • Dallas25305

    This is the kind of thing Obama loves. Note in every one of these cases Obama always supports the forces of Islamic terror in attacks on Christians. Obozo supported the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and wants them back in power now. In Syria, Assad was not a good man, however he didn’t attack the Christians. Obozo has given weapons to the terrorist forces and they have destroyed Christian towns that existed hundreds of years before the Islamic Religion was invented. This is where Obama stands. With friends like Obozo, you don’t need enemies.

  • Wanda

    Wake up people we are in the last days and soon there will not be any christian churches. It will all be underground. If you owe a bible you will be killed. This is the fact..Read your bible and get ready if you are a true christian. I am ans I am not ashamed and don’t care who knows it. I will never deny my God for now man.

  • garyfouse

    Spencer was correct in predicting a Christmas attack. It happened in Iraq. 37 dead in two bombs.

    http://www.foxnews.com/world/2013/12/25/bomb-attacks-on-christians-in-baghdad-kill-37/

  • jewdog

    Obama and Co. are largely mum when it comes to Muslim persecution of Christians for two reasons that I can think of:
    1) If powerless Christians are being attacked out of pure religious bigotry, then maybe that’s also why Israel gets attacked. Such reasoning undermines the Two State Solution and tends to exonerate right-wing Zionists.
    2) Muslims are a favorite Third World victim group of the Left, but “Christian” evokes Republicans like Michele Bachmann.

  • Hannah

    Islam/Muslims do NOT have land they stole land…Muslims own NOTHING THEY STEAL OTHERS LAND AND CLAIM FOR THEMSELVES! Islam/Muslims have been stealing land of others since the 7TH century and it continues in the 21st century…Muslims should NOT be allowed to live among HUMANS or ANIMALS!!!

  • la Catholic state

    It is very difficult to get estimates of Christian deaths in CAR….when Christians are murdered they are just referred to as ‘people’ When Muslims are murdered they are specifically referred to as Muslim. From what I can figure…..90% upwards are Christian deaths.

    We need to create Christian homelands again….and the Pope needs to become politically active to achieve this. Pro-Christian nations, governments and parties do exist…even in the West. They need to be encouraged and supported in their efforts for Christianity and Christians…..especially persecuted ones. Otherwise…one day we will find there is no place safe for Christians. Secular nations are a gateway for Islam

  • Jakareh

    “…the Israeli army of cowards fired missiles
    onto a predominantly Christian neighborhood…”
    If that’s true, it was certainly because cowardly Muslim terrorists were hiding among civilians, as they always do.

    “…in Israel
    orthodox Jews spit at the feet of any Christian who passes by…”
    Bullshit.

    “…Christian citizens of Israel face bullying, bigotry, disrespect, hateful
    attacks, and even violence from Israeli Jews…”
    And yet, unlike in every single Muslim country around the world, the Christian population of Israel is thriving. They would do even better if they were to abandon their “Palestinian” identity and serve in the IDF.

    “If Robert Spencer (a
    well-known Jewish Supremacist) is legitimately trying to find out who is
    cleansing Christianity from the Holy Land, “Jihadists” are not the
    culprits. But then again, facts don’t matter to Jewish Supremacists.”
    You’re confusing Robert Spencer with taqiyya-spewing Muslims.

    Seriously, you’re wasting your time. No one here will buy what you’re selling.

  • http://www.teaparty.org/about-us/ Nixys

    “Even violence” from Israelis. But mostly they’re just meeaaaannnn sometimes. LOL. Even you can’t bring yourself to blatantly lie that much. I don’t think you’ve convinced many Christians to take their chances with the Jihadists. Nice try, though.

  • TheOrdinaryMan

    Did you copy your comment from somewhere? Or read it from a teleprompter? It’s so trite…I just yawned reading it. But just so you know, Robert Spencer is neither Jewish, nor a supremacist.

  • john spielman

    As a follower of Jesus Christ, I say GOD bless Israel!

  • iluvisrael

    happy eternal nakba $hitface!!

  • BillytheKid

    Hey Manaphy, your camel needs banging

  • LDMack

    No. It was/is jihadis’ murdering Coptic Christians in Egypt. Jihadis are murdering Christians in Syria, Nigeria and just about every other place Islam occupies. From the Nasra Front to the Boko Haraam, Christians are being brutalized and murdered by a religion that carries a zero sum tolerance clause concerning different and diverse views.

    Seems a little hard to believe that Israelis have time to engage in the activities you allege when half the time they are constatnly dodging incoming missiles from their jihadi neighbors.

    But, please do try to have a Merry Christmas.
    Cheers.

  • BillytheKid

    your mama looks alot like your goat.

  • nagesha

    Manapy, you are a propagandist and a liar! muslim taqiyya?

  • notalibfool

    Merry Christmas, Ayatollah Manaphy! Thank you for the comic relief. We all take your words so seriously! Thank you for your message of hate and ignorance on this holy day.

  • defcon 4

    Hey we get a twofer of fallacies of argumentation in defense of islam0nazism today: a tu quoque fallacy of arugmentation (orthodox Jews spit on Christians) coupled w/a false argument of equivalence (because muslimes are KILLING Christians rather than spitting on them). May the urine of a thousand camels fill the mouths of you and your family today and every day Hajji!

  • quousque

    You have conveniently omitted demographics of Gaza: 99.3% Moslems, 0.3% Christians, exactly 0% Jews. It is pure ethnic and religious apartheid or the way ‘final solution’ would look like.

  • Biff Henderson

    “… predominantly Christian neighborhood in Gaza…”

    Lets add some context – Hamas hides under the skirts of Christian women and uses their children as human shields. The noble warriors of Allah are pantiewaists that cling to the dainties of womenfolk. Allah must be beaming with pride over His slaves cowering bravado.

  • SCREW SOCIALISM

    Happy Eternal Nakba you DUMB sack of SHlTler!

    Remember, the Israelis are not the unarmed Jews of national socialist filth infested Europe – now called Eurabia.

  • Charie

    I’m sure you have sources for this information. Do you have any for the Christian babies the Jews are killing so they can drink their blood, you anti-Semitic nut?

  • TheOrdinaryMan

    Have you ever been to a soup kitchen in Israel? They don’t ask you for ID, they don’t frisk you, or ask where you’re from. They do ask if you’ve ever been there before. If you say “No,” they tell you the procedure, hand you a tray, and guide you to a seat. When the manager says the food is ready, you get up and serve yourself. This time, the meal consisted of two large pieces of fried fish, two vegetables, all the salad you could eat, and bread, rolls. and butter, with ice water to drink. And the service was excellent.. Not bad for a free lunch. Israelis mean? I don’t think you know what you mean.

  • http://www.teaparty.org/about-us/ Nixys

    I wasn’t calling them mean, I was paraphrasing and mocking the troll, who obviously knows he’s full of B.S. and can only half-heartedly attempt to spew bile and grasp at straws.

  • defcon 4

    I always find myself wondering if islam0nazis think the najjis kaffir are stupid enough to believe their damn, dumb lies.

  • Agha Memnun

    Robert Spencer is an Anatolian Greek Christian–you know, the indigenous people of Anatolia that were ethnically cleansed by the Turks. So much for his alleged “Jewishness”…

  • defcon 4

    I can see how Yeshua and his apostles would support that statement.

  • notalibfool

    So do you get served in a Saudi Arabian soup kitchen if you’re not Muslim? What about in Indonesia? Somalia?

  • TheOrdinaryMan

    Which ones are those? Give me their names.

  • defcon 4

    Free head chopping w/every last meal!

  • Charie

    They have soup kitchens?

  • Charie

    His next installment is, “How to Roast a Human’s Stomach!”