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Religious Minorities in an intolerant Middle- East

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Submitted by Judith (United States), Mar 22, 2012 at 00:55

Great Speech, Dr. Pipes!

It is easy to bury one's head in the sand with the perils of survival these days, but alas, we must not. The dilemma is indeed what do we do for the persecuted Christians around the world and to fight against religious persecution of any kind? We just roll up our sleeves and get involved in any way we can. We must be braver and not let our own leaders back down to International Islamic militancy. Those who love freedom must stand together and if it means to open our hearts, our borders and our breadbaskets, then we must. The time to sit this out has passed! Keep talking...we are listening around the world! I've joined the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews, CUFI, read the Middle East Forum "religiously", support other organizations fighting the demise of freedom and will be involved in the national day of prayer this May. There is something we each can and must do! I keep reminding myself "The God of Abraham" is watching.


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