The World’s Most Oppressed Religious Group
Taking the word oppressed to actually mean “oppressed,” rather than “favored by our liberal rulers,” who do you suppose are the most oppressed religious group in the world? It isn’t Muslims, who along with commies do most of the oppressing. It is Christians:
Restrictions, harassment, and intimidation towards people who practice their religion increased in every major region of the world in 2012 except the Americas, with Christians the major target, says a new report by the Pew Research Center.
Here I was thinking that America was rife with “Islamophobia” like they say on TV.
A recent report by the Christian group Open Doors noted that “North Korea remains the world’s most restrictive nation in which to practice Christianity,” followed by Somalia, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Maldives, Pakistan, Iran and Yemen.
As for phony blather about the enlightenment of the Arab Spring,
Obama expressed hope that the “Arab Spring” would give rise to greater religious freedom in North Africa and the Middle East, which has had the world’s highest level of hostility towards religion in every year since 2007, when Pew first began measuring it. However, the study finds that these regions actually experienced the largest increase in religious hostilities in 2012.
That is largely due to the activities of Obama’s revolutionary Islamic allies in Egypt, where they burn churches, and in Syria, where they behead Christians and feed them to dogs. Obama and his lackey McCain tried to drag us into a war on behalf of these maniacs, but public opposition made them back off.
On a tip from Nat. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.
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