More Than Sixty Thousand Christians In America Gather Together To Fight Against Radical Islam And The Persecution Of Christians
Christians are FED UP with being told they’re “bigoted” for opposing the religious persecution of Christians in the Middle East. Thousands are being killed for professing the love of Christ, and the liberal left says NOTHING. Not only that, our government prioritized bring Muslim refugees to our country OVER Christians. It’s ridiculous, and the American People are DONE bowing before the liberal agenda.
Over sixty thousand Christians in California and Idaho gathered together to fight against Turkey’s denial of the Armenian Genocide, as we read in one report:
Tens of thousands of Armenian Christians gathered in California and Idaho Sunday, calling for justice, on the 101st anniversary of the Armenian genocide, which President Barack Obama chose to call “mass atrocities.”
Some in the crowd of about 60,000 that rallied at the Turkish Consulate on Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles on Sunday afternoon chanted “Get your hands off our land!” while others shouted, “Eastern Turkey is western Armenia!” according to Los Angeles Times.
In Twin Falls, Idaho, several others gathered at City Park to commemorate the anniversary, according to KMTV. “Forget me not. That’s exactly what we are doing. We will never forget that,” Svetlana Movsesyan, an Armenian, was quoted as saying.
“It affects everybody when we have a sort of tragedy like this so it’s important that we come together and make remembrance of such events,” Father Michael Habib of St. Ignatius of Antioch Church was quoted as saying. “Forget culture, forget religion. As people we need to support one another. Especially in times like this.”
April 24, 1915, marked the beginning of the Armenian genocide, which refers to the Ottoman Empire’s alleged systematic extermination of its minority Armenian subjects in their historic homeland within Ottoman Turkey and of those who lived in other parts of the territory constituting present-day Turkey. About 1.5 million people were killed in the genocide, according to estimates.