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L. A. Marzulli
Wide spread civil war in France, Belgium and Germany has created a crisis of unimaginable proportions, as cities burn, homes are ransacked and abandoned and hundreds of thousands of refugees are pouring into Turkey, and the other parts of the Middle East.
A spokes person for the Turkish Government stated that the Turks were ready to accept upward of 800,000 people in just one year. In Lebanon, a spokesperson for the Hezbollah government, welcomed the mostly Christian refugees with open arms, setting up soup kitchens and make-shift camps so the weary refugees could sleep and have a hot meal.
“It breaks my heart to see so many people without a home and a future,” Mahmoud Baroodi stated, as he handed out hot fallalfels to a line of Christian men and women who looked exhausted.
However, some muslims are citing that the intake of Christian men and women could be an invasion by the “crusaders”, but the government heads assured these naysayers that this was not the case and because the humanitarian need was so great, what else could they do?
“The refugees are well-behaved and orderly, they pose no threat to us,” a senior Turkish official state.
“We are welcoming everyone… including our Jewish brothers who like us, are sons of Abraham,” stated the Grand Mufti Ankara, the Turkish capital.
There seems to be no end to the steady stream of people coming into the Middle east, seeking refuge from the war that has enveloped much of Europe. The crisis shows no sign of letting up and the world saluted these Arab nations for their humanitarian efforts.
The Arab world’s wealthiest nations are doing next to nothing for Syria’s refugees
As Amnesty International recently pointed out, the “six Gulf countries — Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman and Bahrain — have offered zero resettlement places to Syrian refugees.” This claim was echoed by Kenneth Roth, executive director of Human Rights Watch, on Twitter:
Real Commentary by L. A. Marzulli
Europe is undergoing an invasion of Muslim men and women which will change the cultural fabric of every country that allows these people to enter. Yesterday I posted a video which was taken down due to copyright infringements—read censorship—which showed what is really happening on the island of Lesbos. The island is being overrun by people who are showing little or no respect for the people who live there. As the title of my new soon-to-be-released book states, these are The Days of Chaos.
Most of the refugees are Muslim and so the question must be asked, once they settle in their new homelands will they insist on Sharia law? I believe all we need to do is look to what is happening in France and the UK who already have large Muslim populations to get the answer.
Christians Killed in Muslim Riots – Scary Glimpse of Britain’s Future under Islam
Here’s where the Chinese stand on their willingness to help:
If you’re waiting for some massive groundswell of public sympathy for refugees to change the Chinese Politburo’s mind about settling some Syrians in their territory, the Hong Kong Free Press notes that the Chinese public is “overwhelmingly against the idea,” because they think “China is not responsible for turbulence in the Middle East, many Chinese people are still living in poverty and that the refugees won’t want to come to China anyway.”
In closing todays post: When I see what is happening in Europe I am reminded that just short of 100 years ago the Turks force-marched over 1 million, men, women and children to their deaths in what has become known as the Armenian genocide. to date, the Turks have never fessed up to their atrocities. While this was done during WWI, it was still a heinous crime as these people, like the Syrian refugees were homeless and in short refugees. They were force marched and starved to death. The Armenians were Christians and the Turks Muslim.
I would posit that the reason for Europe’s willingness to take the refugees can be directly linked to her Christian roots that although mostly gone now, still have some degree of influence on the culture. What would happen if the roles were reversed? Do we really believe the countries in the Middle East would welcome Christian men and women from Europe? Are you kidding me?