At the end of 2011, my organization and our international partners in Europe called upon the United Nations and the international human rights community to act quickly and decisively to save the Christians of Syria, who are being increasingly threatened and victimized by Islamic supremacists. It’s not as if anyone could say that it was not known or that is was unknowable. We knew. Everybody knew.
The absurdity of catch and release at Gitmo. A British Muslim fighter who blew himself up in a suicide attack on Iraqi troops in Mosul is a former Guantanamo Bay detainee who the UK Government lobbied to release — before handing him a $1.5 million compensation. This is horrible, embarrassing proof of the West’s failed approach to the global jihad war.
“The fact that an American administration seems to know that there are Christians and other religious minorities here who need help is something I find heartening. I hope this means that we will no longer be excluded from U.S. government and UN aid, which our people desperately need.” President Trump is their only shot at survival. What’s left of them, that is, after the Islamic slaughter of his people.