Hungary Becomes First Western Nation to Open Office to Address Christian Persecution in Middle East
Since Barack Obama came into office the ancient Christian world has been decimated in the Middle East.
Ancient monasteries and holy sites have been demolished and destroyed in several Muslim countries.
Barack Obama has not lifted a finger to help persecuted Christians.
Hillary Clinton would continue his failed foreign policy.
According to one 2015 report one Christian is slaughtered every five minutes in Iraq.
ISIS uses Christian churches as torture chambers.
ISIS jihadists preparing to destroy the ancient Syriac Catholic monastry of Mar Elian in the central Syrian town of Al-Qaryatain. (Mirror)
ISIS bulldozed a the fifth century Church of St. Elian near Homs, Syria in April.
— Rami (@RamiAlLolah) August 20, 2015
This week Hungary was the first Western nation to set up an office to address Christian persecution in the Middle East.
The Middle East Forum reported:
The nation of Hungary recently did something that is as unprecedented as it is commonsensical and humanitarian: it “has become the first government to open an office specifically to address the persecution of Christians in the Middle East and Europe.”
Zoltan Balog, Hungary’s Minister for Human Resources, explained:
Today, Christianity has become the most persecuted religion, where out of five people killed [for] religious reasons, four of them are Christians. In 81 countries around the world, Christians are persecuted, and 200 million Christians live in areas where they are discriminated against. Millions of Christian lives are threatened by followers of radical religious ideologies.
“Followers of radical religious ideologies” is of course code for Muslims—they who are responsible for the overwhelming majority of Christian persecution in the world.
This move comes “after Hungary’s right-wing prime minister, Victor Orban, drew criticism in the EU by saying Europe should focus on helping Christians before helping millions of Muslims coming into Europe.” Orban explained: “If we really want to help, we should help where the real problem is…. We should first help the Christian people before Islamic people.”