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Why are so many Christians disappearing in the Middle-East?

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Submitted by Lujack Skylark (United States), Aug 15, 2007 at 11:29

There are no Christians disappearing in the Middle-East; there are Roman Catholics disappearing in the Middle-East. After the bloody confrontation wars between Roman Catholics and Lutherans, the Vatican made a deal with the Moslems. There would be no Holy War against the Moslems living in the region of Bosnia and Albania if the Moslems let Christians worship freely in Lebanon, Egypt and Assyria. The Moslems agreed.

All Christians in the Middle-East are connected to the Roman Catholic Church. A small minority are connected with Rome's sister church-the Orthodox believers. When the Palestinian spokeswomen for Arafat use to speak, she was a Roman Catholic who declared, "Jesus was a Palestinian". Of course the Vatican did not condemn her; the Vatican hates the Jews. The Vatican made the deal with the Moslems Bosnian protection for Lebanon protection fearing future Protestant adventurism in the Middle-East. Protestants decide to concentrate their attention on North America instead.

Matthew 25:33 speaks about the separation of the sheep and the goats. The sheep are the Christians who used their Bibles as their swords to preach the good news; the goats use actual swords. Christ says the goats are damned. Pope Benedict XVI can declare all sheep's an anathema like he did five weeks ago. Revelation 18:4 says about the only strong female institution in the world, "Get out of her (Mary's church) my people partake ye not her sins-receive not her plagues. If you like the Vatican's sins, like trying to prevent Italian independence in the Papal state wars, 6 million Jews being killed in World War II, threats against Christians who read their Bible, pope Benedict XVI who says he worships the same god as the Moslem terrorists in September 2005 and Benedict XVI who supports a Palestian state so 6 million more Israeli Jews will get killed-well then Mary's church is the perfect organization to link up with.

When Israel kicks Iran's butt, millions of Moslems will embrace the pope in power. Pope will see his chance to eliminate all Christians who read the Bible. It probably will be called operation Diocletian the Roman emperor who tried to destroy Christianity before Roman emperor Constantine came to power. Something is really pagan about an organization which claims to represent Christ still having the name Roman attached to it. Moslems who join the Roman church will (Revelation 20:4) love the beheadings. Moslems are good at that!

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