Monday, December 15, 2014

Islamic terror in Australia and Christians as second-class citizens


Islamic terror in Australia and Christians as second-class citizens

By Julio Severo
Islamic terror hit Australia. A Muslim terrorist held an unknown number of hostages in a café in Sydney for more than 16 hours on Sunday.
Terrorist Man Haron Monis
The hostages had been made to hold an ISIS flag in the window. According to Shoebat, the flag’s message was: “There is no god but Allah; Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah.”
Shoebat said that, despite this very clear and obvious sign, Australia’s Prime Minister stated that he has no clue about the attacker’s motivation.
Man Haron Monis, the Muslim refugee who committed the terror attack, was killed by the special police and the hostages were freed.
Yet, Islamic terror hit was not the first major attack against Australia.
Politically correct madness hit Australia first, and it made itself abundantly clear in the Islamic terror attack:
1. The Australian media did not call the Islamic terror attack an Islamic attack or even a terror attack.
2. Celebrities and tens of thousands of everyday Twitter users flooded the social media to show support for Muslim community.
3. In the past, Monis received 300 community service hours for sending hate mail to the families of Australian dead soldiers. No prison for him.
How is consistent the politically correct madness of Australia or for that matter the Western world?
Let us use some hypothetical examples:
A Christian in Syria or Iraq needs a refugee status in Australia or another Western nation. His reason? He is fleeing ISIS, who beheaded his family and raped his female relatives. He is denied, but Monis, who is connected to ISIS, was granted a refugee status in Australia. Sadly, Monis’ example is not hypothetical!
Another case. A Christian minister held an unknown number of homosexual hostages in a café. Of course, such case has never happened, and even if it happened one single time, the Western media would treat it as terror attack. Celebrities and tens of thousands of everyday Twitter users would flood the social media to attack the Christian community.
Another case yet. A Christian minister sends hate mail to Muslim in Australia. Would courts be satisfied to sentence him to 300 community service hours? Certainly, celebrities and tens of thousands of everyday Twitter users would flood the social media to ask prison time for him.
In Muslim nations, Christians are second-class citizens. Under ISIS, they can be beheaded like pigs in a terrifying industrial scale. Celebrities and tens of thousands of everyday Twitter users do not have flooded the social media to show support for the suffering Christian community.
In the Western nations, Christians are also second-class citizens, below Muslims, who even when they commit terror acts, they are not labeled terrorists, while Christians who preach against homosexuality are labeled terrorists even when they have never committed a single terror act!
How can secular Western governments respect Christians when even Christians do not respect their brothers and sisters? After 9/11, Bush, who is an evangelical Christian, called Islam a “religion of peace.” Are its yearly genocides by Islamists against Christians a manifestation of ‘peace’?
In the immediate aftermath of the terror attack in Australia, the Vatican asked, according to the Associatd Press, “the U.S. to find an ‘adequate humanitarian solution’ for prisoners held at the Guantanamo Bay detention center, a reflection of Pope Francis’ vocal concern that prisoners be treated with dignity and not be subject to inhumane treatment.”
Should we care about how the U.S. treats Islamic terrorists under its custody?
Should we not care about how ISIS treats thousands and thousands of Christian men, women and children in its grip?
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