A diplomat says Syria is ready for war. A new kill count for eradicating Christianity. Nigerian Muslim militants murder seven Christians in violent Church attack. And Tunisian Muslims murder Christian man.
The Fars News Agency reports: A senior Syrian diplomat proclaimed recently that his nation is completely ready to protect itself from any aggression from Western nations, led by the U.S. and the Israeli regime. Riyaz Abbas said “If any war breaks out against Syria, Damascus will be completely ready to protect itself.” He also emphasized that the Syrian government is in complete control over the nation while it pursues an end to the crisis and it is ready to hold discussions with the rebels and protesters to solve the crisis in the Islamic state. Abbas rejected Western officials' accusations and press reports which accused the Syrian government for the civilian massacres in the recent months, and he said no government murders its own citizens. He said global observers are studying the recent crimes, where civilians were murdered in Syria, to find the criminals responsible for the massacres.
WND.com reports: A Muslim group has been created by Islamic militants to eliminate all Christians, and it plans to first eradicate Christianity from Islamic controlled regions in Africa. This anti-Christian organization has turned in a new kill count of 19 Christians. Local Nigerian accounts say that Muslims guerrillas killed Christians with bomb attacks in the cities of Maiduguri and Kano. This violence was attributed to the Muslim group Boko Haram that recently attacked a Church in the northern city of Bauchi. Boko Haram claims responsibility for the attacks on Christians. The anti-Christian developments are alarming to analysts. Open Doors USA and World-watch spokesman Jerry Dykstra said the anti-Christian groups already have killed 530 Christians in 2012. According to Dykstra, there have been seven suicide attacks on Churches, newspapers, and police stations and during the year 2011, Boko Haram killed roughly 1,000 Christians.
ChristianToday.com reports: Attacks on Churches in Nigeria recently killed several people. The BBC reports that 50 people were injured when a Muslim exploded a bomb outside a church in Jos, in the central Plateau State. During another attack, Muslim gunmen fired on Christian worshippers during a Sunday service in Biu, in the northeastern Borno state. The militant Muslim group Boko Haram has claimed responsibility for the attacks. The attacks were followed by angry protests on the streets of Jos where six people were killed. According to Reuters news agency, Hamidu Wakawa said that gunmen began shooting people outside the Church in Biu ‘before they went into the main buildings to continue their killings’. Police spokesman in Jos, Abuh Emmanuel, told reporters the suicide bomber was in front of the Church before he blew himself up. He said, “the church building collapsed entirely due to the intensity of the bombing.”
Youtube Video shows [WARNING: The video may be too graphic for some viewers]: A young Christian man being held down by masked Muslim man. His head is pulled back, with a deadly knife near his throat. He does not struggle because he accepts his coming fate. While speaking in Arabic, the Islamic persecutors of the Christian man chanted “Allah Akbar” (Allah is the greatest) and offered prayers and supplications, as they condemned Christianity because they believe it is a polytheistic and pagan religion. The masked man holding the knife near the Christian man’s throat begins to slice away, and completely severing the Christian man’s head during a barbaric and graphic knife-carving display of pure evil. Finally, the dead Christian man’s severed head is held upward to more Islamic celebrations of victory. This savage imagery depicts the real cult of Islamic militancy. The mainstream media suppresses this type of reporting because they are fearful and corrupted by politically correct objectives.
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