The Biden Administration Has Created a Humanitarian Crisis and Potential Genocide in Afghanistan

Sep 3, 2021 by

by Mike Pompeo, ACLJ: […]  The other tragic side effect of this poorly executed withdrawal has been the Taliban’s persecution of Afghan Christians, which is now only just beginning.  There are at least as many Christians in Afghanistan today as there are stranded Americans. Given that many of them are Muslim converts – a crime punishable by death under the dictates of Shariah Law which the Taliban has openly embraced – the possibility of there being a genocide against Christians in the...

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The west’s delusional fifth column

Aug 27, 2021 by

by Melanie Phillips: Biden is merely the boil that has now burst on a diseased body politic. The sickening if utterly predictable atrocities at Kabul airport have brought yet more calls for US President Joe Biden to be removed from office in disgrace. […]  In their own way, these left-wing ideologues now in control of the Democratic Party are as fanatical and delusional as those in the grip of communism or Islamism. They are utterly convinced of their own virtue, utterly certain that all...

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What do Jesus, Muhammad and Marx have to do with the turmoil in Afghanistan?

Aug 24, 2021 by

by Gavin Ashenden, Christian Today: Reaching beyond the decisions and the policies of the politicians through the turmoil in Afghanistan, we see the influence and inspiration of three figures; Jesus, Muhammad and Marx. Much of the world is shaped by either Christianity, Islam or Marxism. Even humanism, atheism and liberal democracy are offshoots of Christendom, if only as rebellious and would-be independent prodigal children of Christendom. All three figures have developed certain variants...

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Where is good and evil in Afghanistan?

Aug 23, 2021 by

by Tom Bowring, Psephizo: I fall into writing this piece from a place of unwilling necessity following a period of reflective silence. If you were to ask my wife, she’d tell you I never talk about Afghanistan and, as psychologists do, go on to suggest this is as much about personal growth and transition as it is theological discussion and spiritual conviction. I joined the Royal Air Force in 2004 at the age of 18 and, before my feet hit the ground, my friend and I, who had formed a bond...

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fter the betrayal of democracy in Afghanistan, will other countries in the region ever trust the West again?

Aug 22, 2021 by

by Michael Nazir Ali, Conservative Home: I was born and brought up in neighbouring Pakistan and ministered up and down the land during the first civil war in Afghanistan, when five million Afghans took refuge in Pakistan. I was involved in the Church’s efforts to relieve their sufferings and to provide educational and medical facilities for them. As Bishop of Raiwind, though, I warned both Pakistan and the West that the arming and training of extremist groups, from within Pakistan and...

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The rainbow flag flutters no more over the US embassy in Kabul

Aug 20, 2021 by

by Michael Cook, MercatorNet: This is a week full of strange ironies. The story dominating everything was the wreck of American dreams in Afghanistan. On Sunday the Taliban entered Kabul and occupied the Presidential Palace. Twenty years of US investment in the country’s military, infrastructure, education, and social services were wiped out in a single week as the Taliban occupied the cities and the government’s soldiers melted away. Everything America stands for – democracy, human rights,...

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