BECK HIGHLIGHTS ‘TOTAL MASSACRE THAT THE MEDIA COMPLETELY IGNORED’ — AND HOW IT RELATES TO EGYPT & SYRIA
Many Americans have been horrified by the violence and lawlessness gripping “Arab Spring” countries, despite the administration’s confidence that the wave of revolutions marked a bright new chapter for the region.
“Once the radicals came to power, the systematic targeting of people who disagree with them – especially Christians – began,” Glenn Beck said on his weekday television show Thursday. “Today, kidnappings, murder, forced conversions, rape, and forced marriage [are] rampant throughout the region…How’s it looking, Mr. President?”
Muslim Brotherhood and Morsi supporters torch Egyptian churches
Islamic supporters of Egypt’s ousted president Mohamed Morsi launched on Wednesday arson attacks against churches, resulting in the destruction of at least three buildings. Muslim Brotherhood supporters wreaked havoc on Coptic Christian businesses and property throughout the country.
EGYPT’S CHRISTIANS UNDER ATTACK
Churches, houses, monasteries, orphanages, schools and businesses belonging to Christians were attacked in nine provinces following the military crackdown on supporters of ousted president Morsi. Estimated totals as of Aug.16:
Egyptian military chief vows to rebuild Coptic Churches
The Egyptian defense minister has ordered the repair and reconstruction of all churches that suffered damage in the country’s violent demonstrations since the Egyptian military removed President Mohamed Morsi from power last month.
Middle East Expert Erick Stakelbeck Warns: ‘There Is a Bullseye on the Back of Every Christian Living in Egypt’
“Christians, in the birthplace of Christianity, are on the run,” he said. “What we’re seeing right now in Egypt is literally a pogrom, where Christians are systematically being targeted.
Reported List of Churches and Christian Institutions Attacked in Egypt Since Wednesday Will Astonish You
A wave of devastating violence swept through Egypt Wednesday as the government attempted to disband the supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi from their sit-ins. According to the Associated Press, 638 people have now been confirmed killed, and nearly 4,000 are injured.