‘We are going to help the Christians in the Middle East’

January 28, 2017

EQUAL TREATMENT: Mor Ignatius Aphrem II Karim, patriarch of the Syrian Orthodox Church of Antioch, with two fellow bishops at his investiture in March 2014. The UK Government took 79 minority refugees out of 4,175 between June 2015 and September 2016 under its Vulnerable Persons Relocation Scheme. President Obama’s administration received eight Christians out of 2,300 refugees taken in June 2016.

SHARIA CRITIC: Former Muslim Sarah Torrent spoke to Fox News backing Donald Trump’s policy of vetting migrants from Islamic countries that promote a hard-line version of Sharia Law. Torrent claims non-traditional Muslims who contacted her do not want to see their children reared under Sharia law. Picture courtesy of You Tube.

LIFE CHANGING: President Donald Trump says he needs more help from above with the life and death decisions he has to make as the leader of the Western world.

 

A PRESIDENTIAL executive order has been signed by Donald Trump to prioritise Christians, Yazidis and other Muslim minority sects as refugees.

President Donald Trump has set a precedent for other Western nations to change their refugee policy by prioritising the minorities facing existential threats at the hands of Daesh after figures suggested they were being pushed to the back of the queue by the UK and US governments via political correctness.

He made the comments in an exclusive interview with David Brody of the Christian Broadcasting Network’s the Brody File after he placed a temporary ban on receiving migrants from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Libya and Somalia.

President Trump said: “They (The Middle East Christians) have been horribly treated.  Do you know if you were a Christian in Syria it was almost impossible – or at least very, very tough – for them to get into the United States? If you are a Muslim, you could come in but if you were a Christian, it was impossible.

“The reason that was unfair was everybody was persecuted in all fairness but they were chopping off all the heads of everybody, but more so the Christians and I felt it was very unfair, so we are going to help them.”

Following the visit to the White House by Theresa May, the focus now falls on this issue on the UK Government, after a Freedom of Information request by the Barnabas Fund found that the Home Office only took 64 Christians, three Druze Muslims and 12 Yazidis under their Vulnerable Persons Relocation Scheme and this was between July 2015 and September 2016.

The figures in June 2016 under the Obama administration saw 2,300 Syrians taken into the United States with only eight being Christian. Both countries were taking in refugees were well below the percentages of these minority groups reflected in Syria’s population.

The question being asked by UK-based activists campaigning for the rights of Middle East minorities is where the US has taken the lead, will the UK follow?

Sarah Torrent, who converted out of Islam after exiting a difficult marriage, explains to Fox News why Western countries should have vetting procedures on migrants from socially conservative Islamic countries with ties to radical Islamism and Sharia law.

Torrent said: “America has a certain set of values and that is why I chose it to be my home. I don’t think Islam is willing to reform their religion to accept those rules.

“It would really sadden me after everything I’ve had to go through if there was Sharia Law on the streets of America and it is already happening in London where they have the Sharia Law neighbourhoods.

“We should not wait to see it here but we see it in other places. Muslim and non-Muslim Arabs contacted me when my first interview went out and they agree with me and the Muslim Arabs who agreed with me may be not as traditional but they also wanted their kids to grow up in a non-Sharia environment.

In a further extract from the CBN interview, The thrice-married billionaire was asked a question whether he asked for God’s help in carrying out his duties as President and this was his response.

“The office is so powerful that you need God even more because your decisions are no  longer about ‘I’m going to build a building in New York.

“These are questions of massive life and death, even in terms of health care, and there you are talking on life and death. There is always not a decision when you are sitting in this position that isn’t a life-altering position, so God comes into it even more so.”

 

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