Saturday, July 6, 2019

Christian persecution is up 14% since Since the end of 2018 - Why is no one talking about this?

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Watch: Jewish activist Hananya Naftali went viral on social media after exposing the brutal persecution of Christians all over Asia and Africa.
Just recently UK foreign secretary urged Parliament to withhold aid to nations where Christians are persecuted.
“‘I think we should do more for the estimated 240 million Christians who face persecution for their faith around the world,’ Jeremy Hunt told members of parliament.”
He also ordered review into persecuted Christians worldwide.
Christians are the most persecuted religious group in the world.
The review will map persecution of Christians and propose a 'co-ordinated and ambitious UK response'. It follows criticism of the UK government for not doing more to help Christians globally. An average of 250 Christians were killed worldwide every month through 2018.
Western countries must stop funding the Palestinian Authority, Gaza, Pakistan, Iraq, Syria, Egypt, etc.