Yazidi official describes conditions for women and girls: 10 yr old girl raped to death, starving mother unknowingly fed her dead child.
7/2/17 – The shocking butchery and horrors committed by ISIS against the Yazidi continues, as the US squabbles in other Mid-East regions. No emergency evacuation of the survivors has occurred or been discussed as far as we know, yet the importing of Muslims from hostile countries continues, fully against the will of the people and without proper vetting. We have a long history of understanding of the brain-washing children in Muslim countries undergo. Here is an effective example:
Little Girl Sings as She Beheads Doll:
1 Peter 5:1-2 says:
Therefore, I exhort the elders among you, as your fellow elder and witness of the sufferings of Yeshua, and a partaker also of the glory that is to be revealed, shepherd the flock of God among you, not under compulsion, but voluntarily, according to the will of God; and not for sordid gain, but with eagerness; nor yet as lording it over those allotted to your charge, but proving to be examples to the flock.
We are not to force anyone to believe anything. God himself allows free will. We are to be examples of Yeshua Jesus, and reason with gentleness and respect, not torture someone into speaking words of conversion the heart does not believe.
15But in your hearts sanctify Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to articulate a defense to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But respond with gentleness and respect, 16keeping a clear conscience, so that those who slander you will be put to shame by your good behavior in Christ.
-1 Peter 3
Where is the outcry of the feminists at the brainwashing of this child? Or at the revelation of 10 year old girls being raped to death in front of their families?
Where are the relentless demonstrations and activism of the Christian church in the US and Europe to save these people who deserve rescue? People who are peaceful and have no history of being hostile?
The inaction and silence of the US Christian church against the screams of this genocide is a reproach that will be presented to us on judgement day! It goes against everything we are called as Christians to do: to feed the hungry, care for the widows and the poor, to bind up the broken, rescue children…What then remains of your “Christian beliefs” if all we are called to do is rebuffed?
“Then He will also say to those on His left, ‘Depart from Me, accursed ones, into the eternal fire which has been prepared for the devil and his angels; for I was hungry, and you gave Me nothing to eat; I was thirsty, and you ave Me nothing to drink; I was a stranger, and you did not invite Me in; naked, and you did not clothe Me; sick, and in prison, and you did not visit Me.’ Then they themselves also will answer, saying, ‘Lord,when did we see You hungry, or thirsty, or a stranger, or naked, or sick, or in prison, and did not take care of You?’ Then He will answer them, saying, ‘Truly I say to you, to the extent that you did not do it to one of the least of these, you did not do it to Me.’ And these will go away into eternal punishment, but the righteous into eternal life.”
Will Worley of the Independent writes:
Vian Dakhil is a prominent Yazidi politician and has served as an important mouthpiece for the horrors perpetrated by Isis against her people.
The extremist group believe the Yazidi minority – who follow their own religion and customs – are devil worshippers and have waged genocide against them.
The latest horrific claims were made by Ms Dakhil in a recent interview with Egyptian channel Extra News. It was translated by the Middle East Media Research Institute.
Watch Ms Dakhil’s short interview here.
In May, journal PLOS Medicine estimated that of the 9,900 Yazidis captured by Isis two years ago, 3,100 were killed, some by brutal methods such as decapitation.
Many of those who were captured remain missing.
It was during this period Ms Dakhil made an impassioned speech to the Iraqi Parliament, begging the world to come to the aid of her people at Mount Sinjar, where they were besieged.
NY Daily News: “Report based on interviews with survivors says group seeks to destroy Yazidis through murder, sexual slavery, rape and torture”
“No other religious group present in ISIS-controlled areas of Syria and Iraq has been subjected to the destruction that the Yazidis have suffered,” according to the UN report obtained by the Guardian.
Yazidis reside mostly in northern Iraq, according to the Guardian, and number approximately 700,000 globally.
ISIS has killed thousands of Yazidis and held thousands prisoners during their reign of terror. The UN recognized the terror group’s brutal crimes against Yazidis as genocide last year.
Islamic State fighters are committing genocide against Yazidis in Syria and Iraq by seeking to destroy the group through murder, sexual slavery, gang rape, torture and humiliation, UN investigators have said.
The UN report, based on interviews with dozens of survivors, said on Thursday that the Islamist militants, who include foreign fighters, had been systematically capturing Yazidis in Iraq and Syria since August 2014, seeking to “erase their identity”.
The Isis actions met the definition of genocide as defined by the 1948 genocide convention, the report said. It is the first time that the UN has conducted an inquiry specifically into the Yazidis, including the Isis attack on their homes in Mount Sinjar in northern Iraq. “The genocide of the Yazidis is ongoing,” the 45-page report concluded.
One Yazidi woman recalled being bought by an Isis fighter at a Raqqa slave farm. On placing her in his car, he told her: “You are like a sheep. I have bought you.” He sold her seven days later to an Algerian Isis fighter living in the Aleppo area.
Women are raped most days, and if they seek to escape are punished by one of their children being killed.
Please read: More Christian Genocide, US Media Still Silent
Fox News wrote on this issue in April:
The Christian population in Iraq alone has plummeted from 1.5 million in 2003 to current estimates of 275,000. In a few years that number could be zero, activists say.
Please watch this one minute video about persecution from Open Doors:
At the UN Summit on Christian Persecution in April, 2015, Rabbi Cahn delivered this powerful address:
At the same summit, Brigitte Gabriel, founder and CEO of ACT for America, one of the organizers of the summit, brought the audience to tears. Growing up Christian in Lebanon where Islamists bombed her home, she learned “that only three kinds of people existed in the world: killers, victims and bystanders.”
Watch her moving address here:
Christian genocide continues unabated and US media refuses to mention it, preferring to follow the NWO script of Trump-bashing, and stirring up conflict with Russia and among US racial groups in their march toward the highly sought end of days “chaos” in their motto, “Order out of chaos”.
That brutal treatment of Christians is not just in another corner of the world, it has begun here in the US. Please watch the video below of what is happening in Dearborn, Michigan. (*Language warning)
This cleric describes proper wife-beating etiquette, “to honor her.”
And this video documents that ISIS is NO friend of homosexuals:
Christians are still the most persecuted religion worldwide. Here is an excellent article on that subject.
At least someone is speaking out. Last week, the NBCI (The National Black Church Initiative) led by Rev. Anthony Evans demonstrated outside the Qatar embassy in D.C. Thank you to NBCI for speaking out on this issue!
Breitbart: “Stop Killing Christians!”
Breitbart London Editor-in-Chief Raheem Kassam spoke during the protest, condemning Qatar as the “Club Med for terrorists.”
The Qatari government has provided sanctuary to various members of jihadist organizations, namely the Taliban, al-Qaeda, Hamas, and the Muslim Brotherhood, allowing some of them to establish official offices on its territory.
Rev. Anthony Evans, the president of NBCI, spoke against religious intolerance in Qatar and demanded that the country stop mistreating Christians.
“We will not tolerate any abuse from any government in the Middle East concerning Christians. We will not even tolerate any abuse of anyone, whether they’re Muslim or Jews, anywhere,” he also said, later adding. “We will stand against it, we will protest against it, that’s why we’re here. We are not afraid…We will not be silent as our brothers and sisters are persecuted in the Middle East.”
The time is so very short, shorter than any of us realizes. We must stand up against violence and persecution. And we must stand up and demand intervention for people like the Yazidis who are enduring unimaginable horrors.
Please pray for all those being persecuted around the globe, and especially pray for our brothers and sisters in the faith. We have only a little power over government individually but together we have great power. We can demand our government intervene. Please peacefully demonstrate and do all the law allows to send this message to the US government on every level, both local and national.
Stop the importation of Muslims from hostile countries! Help the persecuted Christians and the Yazidis! Now!