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Reader comment on: The West's Real Bigotry: Rejecting Persecuted Christians
Submitted by Edward Cline, Feb 5, 2017 09:51
After thousands of Christians have been murdered by ISIS and by other Muslim supremacists, and countless Yazidis murdered or enslaved, it is about time some U.S. administration took steps to amend or nullify the hateful refugee policies of Barack Obama to try to help those persecuted groups. I am an atheist, and left the Catholic faith decades ago, but I am not opposed to Christian and Yazidi immigration to the U.S., but I know that Christians and Yazidis are not trying to kill me, as Muslim supremacists are. I have nothing to fear from them and I welcome them. However, I do fear and have contempt for the American Christian church organizations that take money from the Federal government to "resettle" anti-assimilation Muslims in this country by the tens of thousands.
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