October 26, 2021

The Armenian Genocide

On April 26, 2015, I was invited to participate in an American Freedom Alliance (AFA) radio conference from Los Angeles, California by Avi Davis called “The Armenian Genocide: 100 years of Denial.” Mr. Davis is an attorney, journalist, commentator, documentarian, and president of AFA. Avi Davis was able to invite a group of very impressive scholars from Great Britain, France, Turkey, and the United States to a panel discussion that lasted three hours. It was a great learning experience for me as I am not an expert or a scholar on the Armenian genocide. The Armenian genocide, like other atrocities, mass murders, and the Nazi Holocaust, is an example of men inhumanity to men.

In spite of the overwhelming evidence of the genocide conducted by the Ottoman Turks a century ago, the government of Turkey continues to deny the Armenian genocide. American historians have agreed that the slaughter of Armenians was, indeed, the first genocide of the 20th century.

Prominent American historian Jackson J. Spielvogel in his Western Civilization (2012), a textbook which is widely used in colleges and universities as well as in advanced placement classes in high schools throughout the nation, stated the following regarding the Armenian Holocaust: “In 1915 using the excuse of the rebellion by the Armenian minority and their supposed collaboration with the Russians, the Turkish government began to systematically to kill Armenian men and expelled women and children. Within seven months, 600,000 Armenians had been killed, 500,000 had been deported. All of the latter, 400,000 died while marching through the deserts and swamps of Syria and Iraq. By September 1915, as many as one million, and possibly more, Armenians were dead, the victims of genocide.”

Not explained was the fact that until the early 1920s more Armenians died until the massacres and deportations finally ended. Sadly, the genocide against Christians still is going on in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia.

There is a conspiracy of silence regarding the genocide against Christians in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia

More than one million Christians have been assassinated, sent on death marches through deserts, starved to death, shot, crucified, decapitated, thrown overboard from boats to drown, or burned alive during the last decade. Recently, Christian immigrants from Africa aboard a boat, who were trying to reach Italy, were thrown off to drawn on the Mediterranean Sea by Muslim Africans. Examples like these of the murders of Christians are occurring in Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. Millions of Christians have fled the Middle East to avoid being killed. These atrocities are in addition to acts of terrorism in the United States and Europe and elsewhere against Christians and Jews. However, there seems to be a conspiracy of silence in the United States and Europe with respect to this ongoing horrific Christian genocide.

Each hour, 11 Christians are killed in the Middle East. In 2000, the Christian population in the Middle East was 20%. Today, it is barely 3%. The media in the United States and Europe barely discusses this shameful genocide and systematic ethnic cleaning of Christians. Unless the press writes about this genocide, people in the West are not going to demand their governments to stop it.

President Obama is fearful to discuss the Christian genocide for fear of offending Muslims. The president would not even use the word “Islamic terrorists” and has forbidden the use of that word by members of his administration. He has never spoken clearly to the nation about the immense danger of radical Islam. Yet, this conspiracy of silence must be broken! Future generations would look at our beloved country and the West and wonder why our government and the governments of the nations of Europe did very little to help Christians in the Middle East and elsewhere. How many more thousands of Christians need to die, Christian women raped and sold into slavery, or their churches burned for the United States and the West to act?

Congress passed a bipartisan bill creating the position of Special Envoy to promote religious freedom and denounce human rights violations

Alarmed by the genocide of Christians in the Middle East and elsewhere, Congress passed a bipartisan bill in the summer of 2014 creating the position of Special Envoy for Religious Minorities in the Middle East and South Central Asia in the Department of State. This Special Envoy will report to Secretary of State John Kerry. The duties of the Special Envoy would include monitoring religious intolerance, promoting religious freedom, and denouncing human rights violations. This diplomat would try to protect and preserve Christians and members of other non-Islamic faiths in predominantly Islamic countries.

President Barack Obama shamefully has not named anyone to this position. On the contrary, the president constantly criticizes Christianity even during Easter. He blames the crusaders for being violent and committing many crimes without mentioning that the Christian crusaders from Europe went to Israel to expel the Arabs who had conquered the Holy land. While President Obama has never spoken on the enormous Christian genocide going on in the world, he went to the United Nations and stated the following: “The world does not belong to those that blaspheme Prophet Mohamed.” Obama forgets that in America the First Amendment allows anyone to criticize any religion or their religious leaders.

There is no question in this writer’s mind that Barack Obama is a hidden radical Muslim. Moreover, the president dislikes Christianity and has effectively eliminated Christianity in the Armed Forces and in all the military academies even though many members of Congress have complained. The president has declared a war upon Christianity by forcing religious institutions to offer abortions, sterilizations, and contraceptives in their health plans to their employees under an ObamaCare regulation, even though doing that goes against their religious beliefs and is a violation of the freedom of religion.

On Easter, Pope Francis complained that the international community is ignoring the immense genocide going on against Christians. The Pope stated that the world is “complicit in its silence” and it “is mute and inert in the face of such unacceptable crimes,” while Christians are being assassinated in an international jihad that extends from the Middle East, Africa, Asia, Europe, and the United States.

Pope Francis commemorates the Armenian genocide in the Vatican

In early April 2015, Pope Francis described as genocide the massacre of nearly 1.5 million Armenian men, women, and children by Islamic Ottoman Turks 100 years ago. He was not the first pope to denounce this horrible genocide which started on April 24, 1915 and went on for several years. Christian Armenians were brutally murdered, and denied food and water while being starved to death or deported across deserts in a death march by brutal Islamic Turkish government officials. Pope John Paul II had also denounced the Armenian genocide in 2001.

Pope Francis offered a Mass at St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome marking the centenary of the cruel genocide, with the presence of top Armenian religious and political leaders. Speaking at the mass, Pope Francis defined the horrible slaughter as “the first genocide of the 20th century,” quoting the statement made by Pope John Paul II.

Pope Francis said the following: “The remaining two were perpetrated by Nazism and Stalinism. And more recently there have been other mass killings, like those in Cambodia, Rwanda, Burundi and Bosnia.” Pope Francis stated the following: “It was necessary, and indeed a duty to remember the Armenian victims, for whenever memory fades, it means that evil allows wounds to fester. Concealing or denying evil is like allowing a wound to keep bleeding without bandaging it!”

Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan and the leadership of the Armenian Apostolic Church, including Karekin II and Aram I, the two religious leaders at the top of the church’s hierarchy were invited to the Vatican. President Sargsyan praised Pope Francis for “calling things by their names.” Later, the Armenian president in an interview with the Associated Press said that “The words of the leader of a church with one billion followers cannot but have a strong impact.”

Armenians worldwide expressed deep gratitude to Pope Francis while the Islamic militant Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, reacted in anger. The Turkish government responded to Pope Francis’s comments by recalling its ambassador to the Vatican, and summoned the Vatican’s ambassador in Ankara to express its “great disappointment and sadness.”

Turkey has never assumed responsibility for the Armenian genocide. All past and present leaders of Turkey have claimed that just half a million Armenians died in fighting when they rose up against their Ottoman rulers during World War I. They have always denied that their deaths constitute an act of genocide. Almost all historians have disagreed with this interpretation.

Below are some gruesome pictures of the victims of the Armenian genocide:

Victims of the 1915 Armenian genocide

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Armenian genocide survivors discovered in Salt and sent to Jerusalem in April 1918.

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Armenian orphans in 1918.

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Armenian refugees are gathering around a public oven in 1915.

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Armenian refugee children gathered in an orphanage in Aleppo, Syria.

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Soldiers were playing with the skulls of Armenian victims.

 

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Armenians ordered by the authorities to gather in the main square of the city to be     deported. The crowd was eventually killed.

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An Armenian mother sat beside the corpses of her five children.

 

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5,000 children from Kharpert rode on donkeys or marched on foot.

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After the 1918 Armistice, Armenians massacred in Aleppo were laid out in front of the   Armenian Relief Hospital.

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Armenians are being hung by Turkish guards.

 

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Deported Armenians participate in a death march through the desert.

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Armenian refugee children are staying near Athens in 1923, after the population exchange between Greece and Turkey.

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Armenian children were being assisted by Near East Relief.

 

Armenians in the United States

Many people of Armenian descent live in the United States, including more than 200,000 in Los Angeles County, California. Democratic Congressman Adam B. Schiff from Burbank, California, who has sponsored the proposed Armenian Genocide Truth and Justice Resolution, also praised Pope Francis and called again for action by the United States. Congressman Schiff stated the following: “Pope Francis has proven himself a remarkable figure in every way, and his recognition today of the Armenian genocide was another courageous milestone in his papacy. I hope that the pope’s words will inspire our president and Congress to demonstrate a like commitment to speaking the truth about the Armenian genocide and to renounce Turkey’s campaign of concealment and denial.”

Even though Barack Obama before his 2008 election spoke of the Armenian genocide, as president he has never again discussed the 1915 slaughter of Armenians or called it a genocide. President Obama enjoys a close friendship with the Islamic Turkish President Erdogan and is reluctant to criticize Turkey for what they did a century ago. Yet, a great number of countries have made statements condemning the Armenian genocide perpetrated by Islamic Ottoman Empire Turks. Why is President Obama silent with respect to the Armenian genocide?

Additionally, President Obama has been silent on the current genocide of Christians in the Middle East where over one million have been assassinated over the last decade. In fact, President Obama constantly criticizes Christians, even on Easter Sunday.

The government of Turkey criticized Pope Francis

The Turkish government stated that Pope Francis’ comments “contradicted his message of peace, reconciliation and dialogue” made during his visit to the country in November 2014. Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu of Turkey stated the following: “The pope’s statement, which is far from the legal and historical reality, cannot be accepted. Religious authorities are not the places to incite resentment and hatred with baseless allegations.”

The Vatican mass officiated by Pope Francis and his statements could end Turkey’s president promise to him to protect and defend Christian communities being persecuted by Islamic State followers in several countries and the al Qaeda-affiliated al Nusra Front in Syria. Pope Francis has described those Christian communities as “muffled and forgotten cry of so many of our defenseless brothers and sisters who, on account of their faith in Christ or their ethnic origin, are publicly and ruthlessly put to death — decapitated, crucified, burned alive — or forced to leave their homeland.”

Pope Francis, Recep Tayyip ErdoganPope Francis shakes the hand with Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan at the presidential palace in Ankara, Turkey on November 28, 2014.

The history of the oppression of Armenians and the Armenian genocide perpetrated by Turkey

The website History.com has an excellent article on the Armenian genocide. The article explained that in 1915 leaders of the Islamic Ottoman Empire decided to expel and massacre Armenians living in the Ottoman Empire. Most historical sources agree that there were about two million Armenians in the Ottoman Empire at the time of the genocide. By the early 1920s, when the massacres and deportations finally ended, some 1.5 million of Turkey’s Armenians were dead, with many more forcibly removed from the country.

Today, most historians refer to this enormous slaughter as genocide–a premeditated and systematic campaign to exterminate an entire people. However, current and past leaders of Turkey do not acknowledge the enormity or scope of the slaughter of Armenians. Despite pressure from Armenians and social justice advocates throughout the world, it is still illegal in Turkey to talk about what happened to Armenians during this era. In spite of this prohibition, a recent poll in Turkey revealed that 9% of the population wants their government to acknowledge and ask forgiveness and atonement for the Armenian genocide.

The 1915 Armenian Genocide

The History.com website explained that the Armenian people have lived in the ›Caucasus region of Eurasia for some 3,000 years. For many years, the kingdom of Armenia was an independent nation. It is not well known that Armenia became the first nation in the world to make Christianity its official religion. During the 15th century, Armenia was conquered by the Muslim Ottoman Empire.

During World War I, 145 articles were published by the New York Times of Armenian atrocities committed by the Turks. In spite of this, for some unknown reason, the established media in the United States has been reluctant to discuss the Armenian genocide. In fact, the phrase “Armenian genocide” did not appear in the New York Times until 2004, which is unbelievable.

The Ottoman Empire caliphs, like most of their subjects, were followers of Islam. They permitted religious minorities like the Armenians to maintain some autonomy. Nevertheless, they subjected the Christian Armenians, who they viewed as “infidels,” to unequal and unjust treatment. Christians had to pay higher taxes than Muslims, for example, and had very few political and legal rights.

In spite of the unfair treatment and many obstacles, the Armenian community prospered under Ottoman Empire rule. They were better educated and wealthier than their Turkish neighbors, who in turn resented the success of the “infidels.” This resentment was exacerbated by suspicions that the Christian Armenians would be more loyal to Christian governments, such as the Russian Christian Orthodox Empire, which shared a border with Turkey. During World War I, there were Armenian four brigades that fought with the Russian army. There were some Armenian nationalists who were inspired by the Bolsheviks and conducted acts of terror. But these events do not justify the atrocities committed towards the peaceful Armenians who were the majority and lived in the Ottoman Empire. There was also an economic component to the Armenian genocide as Muslim Turks confiscated the property and wealth of the rich Armenians. The genocide was also a cultural one as ancient churches, monuments, libraries with manuscripts were burned destroying the culture of the Armenians that dated from many centuries ago.

The First Armenian Massacre

Between 1894 and 1896, the ruler of the Ottoman Empire sanctioned a pogrom against Armenians. In response to large scale protests by Armenians, the Turkish military and ordinary men sacked Armenian villages and cities and massacred their citizens. Hundreds of thousands of Armenians were murdered.

The Rise of the Young Turks

In 1908, a new government came to power in Turkey. A group of reformers, who called themselves the “Young Turks,” overthrew Sultan Abdul Hamid and established a more modern constitutional government. At first, the Armenians were hopeful that they would have an equal place in this new state. Soon, however, they found out that what the nationalistic Young Turks wanted was a nation solely for the Muslims. According to this way of thinking, non-Turks–and especially Christian non-Turks–were a great threat to the new nation.

World War I

In October 1914, the Ottoman Empire entered World War I as an ally of the Central Powers, which were the German and Austro-Hungarian Empires. Great Britain, Russia, and France declared war on the Ottoman Empire in November 1914. At the same time, Ottoman Islamic religious authorities declared jihad, or holy war, against all Christians except their allies. Military leaders began to state that Armenians were traitors. As the war intensified, some oppressed Armenians organized volunteer brigades to help the Russian army fight against the Turks in the Caucasus region. These events, and general Turkish suspicion of the Armenian people, led the Turkish government to push for the “removal” of the Christian Armenians from the war zones along the Eastern Front.

 

 

Genocide Begins

On April 24, 1915, the Armenian genocide began. That day, the Turkish government arrested and executed several hundred of Armenian intellectuals who were the leaders of the Armenian community. After that, ordinary Armenians were thrown out of their homes and sent on death marches through the Mesopotamian desert without food or water. Frequently, the marchers were stripped naked and forced to walk under the scorching sun until they dropped dead. People who stopped to rest were shot.

At the same time, the Young Turks created a “Special Organization,” which in turn organized “killing squads” or “butcher battalions” to carry out, as one officer put it, “the liquidation of the Christian elements.” These killing squads were often made up of murderers and other ex-convicts. They drowned people in rivers, beheaded men, threw them off cliffs, crucified them, and burned them alive. The Turkish countryside was littered with Armenian corpses.

One of the participants of the American Freedom Alliance radio conference organized by Avi Davis called “The Armenian Genocide: 100 years of Denial,” Nancy Eskijian, spoke very eloquently of the terrible slaughter of her Armenian ancestors. Nancy Eskijian‘s great grandfather was beheaded in front of her great-grandmother. Her grandfather’s cousin was burned alive and her grandfather assisted and saved many Armenian refugees who arrived in Aleppo, Syria. For saving so many Armenians, Nancy Eskijian’s grandfather was going to be executed but he died of illness before the sentence was carried out. Nancy Eskijian‘s father is a genocide survivor who founded the Ararat-Eskijian Museum in Mission Hills, California, the only American Museum on the West Coast, which honors those who perished and survived the Armenian genocide. Nancy Eskijian is a lawyer and a pastor in Los Angeles and has contributed to two books on the Armenian genocide with regard to her family history.

Records show that Turkish government squads also kidnapped children, converted them to Islam, and gave them to Turkish families. In some places, they raped women and forced them to join Turkish “harems” or to serve as slaves. Muslim families moved into the homes of deported Armenians and seized their property. In 1922, when the genocide ended, there were just 388,000 Armenians remaining in the Ottoman Empire.

The Armenian Genocide Today

After the Ottomans were defeated and surrendered in 1918, the leaders of the Young Turks fled to Germany, which promised not to prosecute them for the genocide. However, a group of Armenian nationalists devised a plan, known as Operation Nemesis, to track down and assassinate the leaders of the genocide. Ever since then, the Turkish government has denied that genocide occurred. The Armenians were an enemy force, they claimed, and their slaughter was a necessary war measure. Today, even though Turkey is a dubious ally of the United States, our government, presided by President Barack Obama, has been reluctant to condemn the long-ago killings. Nevertheless, in March 2010, a Congressional panel at last voted to recognize the genocide.

The ceremonies held in Armenia to commemorate the genocide

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Pope Francis, left, shakes hands with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan at the presidential palace in Ankara on Nov. 28.

 

Avet Demourian wrote an article entitled “Armenia marks centennial of killing of 1.5 million” which was published in the Miami Herald on April 25, 2015. As explained by Demourian the presidents of Russia and France joined other leaders on April 24, 2015 at ceremonies commemorating the victims of the Armenian genocide a century ago by Ottoman Empire Turks. As has already been explained on April 24, 1915, 250 Armenian intellectuals were assassinated. This was the first step in the Armenian genocide. An estimated 1.5 million Armenian men women and children died in the slaughters, deportations and forced death marches began in 1915 as Ottoman officials worried that the Christian Armenians would side with Christian Orthodox Russia ruled by Czar Nicholas II, its enemy in World War I.

As stated earlier, almost all historians agreed that the massacre of Armenians was genocide but modern Turkey strongly rejects the charge. The Turks have always said that the numbers of Armenian deaths is inflated and that those Armenians killed were victims of civil war and unrest. As all previous Turkish presidents, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan insisted that his nation’s ancestors never committed genocide.

 

People lay flowers at a memorial to Armenians killed by the Ottoman Turks on April 24, 2015 as they mark the centenary of the mass killings in Yerevan, Armenia.

The reporter explained that in Yerevan, the capital of Armenia, approximately 30,000 people participated in a torchlight parade from the capital’s central square to the hilltop complex memorializing the deaths. Russian dictator Vladimir Putin, French President Francois Hollande, and others met in the morning at the memorial complex, called Tsitsernakaberd, overlooking Yerevan, the capital. The leaders walked along the memorial carrying a single yellow rose and placed it in the center of a wreath resembling a forget-me-not, a flower chosen as the symbol of the commemoration.

France President Hollande stated that “We will never forget the tragedy that your people went through.” France has a very large Armenian community. Among the French Armenians at Yerevan was 90-year-old famous singer Charles Aznavour, who was born in Paris to a family of Armenian genocide survivors. Thousands of mourners lined up to lay flowers at the memorial on April 24, 2015 despite the intense rain. Many expressed disappointment at Turkey’s refusal to apologize and recognize the atrocity against Armenians as genocide.

Avet Demourian explained that Nadezhda Antonyan, a teacher from Yerevan, stated the following: “We feel a big pain today, historic pain but at the same time we feel a big historic strength. We should not only survive, but we must live, be strong and build our statehood.” Russian dictator Putin in his speech used this opportunity to warn of the dangers of nationalism as well as “Russo phobia” in a clear attack at the government of Ukraine which would like some day to join the European Union. Vladimir Putin committed a military aggression and annexed the Crimean Peninsula. Subsequently, Russian troops have invaded Eastern Ukraine and heavily armed Russian separatists who live in that area. Dictator Vladimir Putin has started a new Cold War against the United States in its European allies.

Demourian pointed out that Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Yalcin Akdogan criticized Russian dictator Putin’s participation, stating that “They should look at their own past first … the cruelties, the massacres, the genocides they have committed against their own people.” The reporter indicated that in early April 2015 Turkey recalled its ambassadors to Vienna and the Vatican after Austria and Pope Francis described the killings as genocide. The European Parliament has also made the Turkish government mad by passing a non-binding resolution to commemorate “the centenary of the Armenian genocide.” It is very sad that President Barack Obama remained silent on this 100-year commemoration of the Armenian genocide!

Demourian wrote that Armenians and Turks planned to march in Istanbul’s main square to remember the Armenian intellectuals who were rounded up in the city 100 years ago and to urge the government to recognize the genocide. Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu earlier this week issued a message of condolence to the descendants of the victims, without calling the killings genocide. Demourian wrote that on April 24, 2015, Volkan Bozkir, the minister in charge of Turkey’s relations with the European Union, attended a service at the Armenian Patriarchate in Istanbul to honor the dead in the 1915 massacre — a first by a Turkish government official. President Erdogan said “that we are cognizant of the sorrowful events experienced in the past by the Armenian community and that I sincerely share your pain” in a message read at the service. Volkan Bozkir stated the following: “We respect the pain experienced by our Armenian brothers. We are in no way opposed to the commemoration of this pain.”

Conclusion

Unless the government of Turkey recognizes its major role and resposibility in the Armenian genocide, the Turkish people will always carry the burden. It has been said that in the Muslim culture apology for crimes committed is simply not done. The culture of Christianity is just the opposite where accepting past Christian atrocities and seeking forgiveness is normal. As one of the participants of the AFA radio program stated if Turkey were to stop its denial of the Armenian genocide, the nation will emerge as a stronger, prouder, and more respected country. Unfortunately, under the current Islamic militant Turkish president is very unlikely that Turkey would acknowledge the Armenian people and cultural genocide.

For Americans it is important to know the history of Islam and its expansion throughout the world. Janet Levy, an expert on Islam and the Muslim Brotherhood infiltration in the Obama administration, has explained that throughout the 1,400-year history of Islam, Islamic jihadists have been responsible for the deaths of 270 million people: 120 million Africans, 80 million Hindus, 60 million Christians, 10 million Buddhists, and thousands of Jews. Islamic jihadists have continued to kill and injure thousands throughout the world in numerous terrorist attacks in the name of Allah. Unlike any other holy book in the world, such as the Bible and the Torah, the Quran states “Slay the unbelievers whenever you find them” (Quran 9.5). Janet Levy questions why President Obama wants us to respect and admire Islam, as the religion of peace, when so much violence has been perpetrated by jihadists.

Tens of millions throughout the world have lived as “dhimmis” or Muslim slaves. Christians who presently live in Muslim countries are being killed, raped, sold into slavery, and injured and their churches are being burned by Islamic radicals. Women in Muslim countries are treated as second-class citizens. Countries like Pakistan have laws that condemn to death anyone who blasphemes the prophet Mohammed or Islam. Honor killings are happening everywhere in Muslim Brotherhood dominated countries and women are stoned to death if accused of infidelity.

ISLAM DOCTRINES

Above are 13 radical doctrines of Islam and the threats against the infidels. Lying and stealing are allowed to strengthen Islam. Women of all ages may be abused. Killing those who abandon Islam is permitted. Dying while fighting a holy war or Jihad will give Muslim men 72 virgins in Heaven. Killing Jews and Christians is permitted if they do not convert.

A horrible example of an honor killing involved the favorite granddaughter of late King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia. Apparently, King Abdullah’s granddaughter had been married at a young age to a man who she did not select. She was very unhappy with her marriage and entered into a sexual relationship with a young Saudi man who she loved. The king’s granddaughter was found with her lover in a coastal hotel outside Jeddah in the 1970s. King Abdullah, who was then Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, was forced to watch his favorite granddaughter being executed by stoning on the palace grounds. Is this the peaceful Islam that President Obama mentions all the time?

Pamela Geller, author of the bestseller book Stop the Islamization of America (2011), has called Obama’s Department of Justice a de facto arm of the Muslim Brotherhood. The former corrupt Attorney General Eric Holder has hundreds of documents in the Justice Department regarding the multitude of Muslim Brotherhood front organizations that have connections with Hamas and other terrorist organizations. However, President Obama and Eric Holder have refused to prosecute a single one. Geller has denounced the pro-Obama mainstream media for accepting information suppression, which is the first step for the destruction of the United States and the West. The mainstream media has been and continues to be extremely gullible and ignorant of the Muslim Brotherhood’s stealth Jihad. Time will tell if Loretta Lynch, the new attorney general, would prosecute members of Muslim Brotherhood who have connections with Hamas and other terrorist organizations.

I have written many articles and included information in my recent book America in Decline (2014) as to why many astute observers and I believe that Barack Obama is a secret radical Muslim and a sympathizer of the Muslim Brotherhood, a worldwide terrorist organization. The president’s older brother, Malik Obama, was denounced by the Vice President of the Constitutional Supreme Court of Egypt as “one of the architects of the major investments of the Muslim Brotherhood.” The judge also stated that “this explains why the Obama administration is so vehemently supportive of the Muslim Brotherhood, whose terrorist acts have, among other atrocities, caused the destruction of some 80 Christian churches in less than a week.” Malik Obama is the executive Secretary of the radical Islamic Da’wa organization in the Muslim Brotherhood terrorist nation of Sudan, which was responsible for the deaths of over 400,000 Christians in that nation. He is also a financier of Hamas, which is the political party of the Muslim Brotherhood, in Gaza.

Our nation has allowed the Muslim Brotherhood to hold their prayers in the 100-year-old Washington, D.C. Christian National Cathedral. Congress permitted Muslim prayers by an Imam connected to the Muslim Brotherhood in the House of Representatives. All these events are major steps towards the subjugation of Christianity to Islam. It seems that we have Islam inside and controlling our government. However, having a president, who is a hidden radical Muslim and who said incorrectly in Cairo in 2009 that the United States is not a Judeo Christian nation, is even worse.

What has Barack Obama done about the serious threat to our national security of radical Islam? He has allowed the Muslim Brotherhood to infiltrate his government. Obama sent weapons secretly and illegally from Libya to Turkey to Syria and most of those weapons ended in the hands of the Islamic State and the al-Qaida-linked al Nusra Front that now the United States is fighting. Very few Libyan weapons ended in the hands of the Free Syrian Army, the supposed moderates, in Syria.

Obama stated at the United Nations that “The world does not belong to those that blaspheme Prophet Mohamed.” However, he seldom criticizes the injustices of Shariah law, and the assassinations of tens of thousands of Christians in Muslim nations, or the burning of ancient Christian churches. Even worse, Obama has never spoken or used the term War on Terror or Islamic jihadist or explained to the nation the immense threat we face from radical Islam.

After investigating what went on in Libya, the Select Committee on Benghazi should issue its report. If the truth regarding Obama´s actions in Libya is shared with the American people, they would demand that the House of Representatives impeach the president for treason.

 

 

 

 

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