Obama Administration's War on Persecuted Christians
The Obama administration's support for its Islamist allies means lack of U.S. support for their enemies, or, more properly, victims‚ÄĒthe Christian and other non-Muslim minorities of the Muslim world. Consider the many recent proofs:
According to Pete Winn of CNS:
The U.S. State Department removed the sections covering religious freedom from the Country Reports on Human Rights that it released on May 24, three months past the statutory deadline Congress set for the release of these reports. The new human rights reports‚ÄĒpurged of the sections that discuss the status of religious freedom in each of the countries covered‚ÄĒare also the human rights reports that include the period that covered the Arab Spring and its aftermath. Thus, the reports do not provide in-depth coverage of what has happened to Christians and other religious minorities in predominantly Muslim countries in the Middle East that saw...
American Presidents shouldn't ignore any type of religious persecution by Muslims, but Baby Bush's war in Iraq, was aiding and abetting the enemy, BB was a friend of Islam and an enemy of every other religion, e.g., Fear of jihad driving Christians [Catholics] from Iraq. This of course started during the Bush administration.
ICC wrote: The Obama administration is not the first to be accused of downplaying religious freedom amid the deepening economic and diplomatic relationship with Vietnam.
The Bush administration in 2006 removed Vietnam from a list of ‚Äúcountries of particular concern‚ÄĚ (CPC) for religious freedom abuses, calling it an example of a success-story in U.S. efforts to engage foreign governments on the issue.
The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, an independent panel, called the step premature and has been pressing ever since for Vietnam to be returned to the CPC list....