Christians Fleeing Iraq After 14 Car Bombs Kill 63
A series of strategically-planned car bombs claimed the lives of 63 people in Baghdad, leaving many wondering about the security of the nation. With American troops now out of Iraq, many fear sectarian violence could erupt into civil war.
Greg Mussleman with Voice of the Martyrs, Canada recently returned from Iraq where he met with Christians. "Their fear was that this was going to happen," he shares. "I think around the world, this was the fear that as soon as the Americans left, al-Qaida [activity] and those that have their agenda would increase--terrorists wanting to make Iraq what they want it to be. They were just waiting for the American troops to leave."
Mussleman believes this is just the beginning of increasing amounts of violence....
Hardly, Alan H., well except that we declared victory there also, and even stopped financial aid to those who were willing to fight on.
So, if that is what you mean by Vietnam II, you're correct.
We have moral losses in both Iraq and Afghanistan a long time ago by not by not demanding that those countries didn't include something like this in their constitutions,
First Amendment - Religion and Expression
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Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.