News from the Front
News from the Front, will show that resurgent militant Islam and its allies in rogue state capitals, from Caracas to Pyongyang, are now waging a worldwide jihad against the West, planning attacks in the Philippines, North Africa, in the Muslim enclaves of France, Britain, Sweden, the “no go zones” where European police fear to go, and in the suburbs of Washington DC where Imams openly preach hatred of America. As Catherine Herridge points out in her book, The Next Wave, law enforcement agencies are interdicting a new terrorist plot inside the US, on average, once every two weeks. Since 9/11, Muslims have launched 20,000 attacks worldwide. They indiscriminately kill the infidel and secular Muslims alike. Their mission is to intimidate, destabilize and ultimately impose fundamentalist Islam upon the non-Muslim world.
On April 8, I attended a wedding reception where I was seated next to an attendee who felt the need to let me know my views regarding resurgent militant Islam were, in his view, misguided. Given that we all know about the Inquisition, the Crusades, the Hundred Years War and all the other myriad sins of Christianity—Who are we to judge Islam? So, went his commonly raised argument.
The following morning, on Palm Sunday, Americans awoke to learn that Islamist suicide bombers blew up two Coptic Christian Churches in Alexandria, Egypt, killing 50 and wounding hundreds of worshippers. This followed a December 2016 bombing of a Coptic Cathedral in Cairo that killed 25 and the horrific video released by ISIS in February of 2015 showing devoted Islamists decapitating 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians on a beach in Libya.
Sadly, given horrific Islamist violence directed at them, Christian communities which trace their origins back to the time of Christ, are disappearing from the Middle East, from their savior’s own region. Over the past half century, Christian Middle Eastern natives have left their homelands. In Syria the Christian population has fallen from 13.3 to 7.5%, in Iraq from 4.0 to 1.9%, in Jordan from 6.0 to 3.0, in Egypt 16.1 to 12.1. Soon the Islamists will get what they want—no infidels soiling their sacred sand.
In Egypt, as a family and friends gathered to bury a university student killed in the suicide attack on Palm Sunday, their grief turned to anger at their government’s inability to protect Egypt’s Christian community. Killed there was Fadi Ramsis, 22 years old, buried in the Northern Egyptian town of Tanta just a few months before he was to graduate from the university there. A college friend, Hoda Ibrahim, told the Wall Street Journal, “We’re very angry at the government. After […]
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