A victory for Syria’s “Islamic rebels” and an overthrow of President Assad would endanger Syrian Christians.

Senator Rand Paul is still concerned about the truth.
Senator Rand Paul is still concerned about the truth.

These are the words of Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) asserted on NBC’s Meet the Press Sunday, speaking out against U.S. military intervention in Syria.

“I think the Islamic rebels winning is a bad idea for the Christians. All of a sudden we’ll have another Islamic state where Christians are persecuted,” said Rand.

Rand Paul’s comments come weeks after Egyptian Coptic Christians were subject to an intense wave of violence directed at them by Islamist extremist groups scapegoating them for the overthrow of the Muslim Brotherhood’s President Mohammed Morsi. Four people were killed and over 60 churches damaged or destroyed in violence targeted at Coptic Christians for their support of the movement that saw Morsi taken out of power.

Christians make up 10 percent of Syria’s population and have expressed concern and fear since the Arab Spring protests began in 2011. Like many other Christian minorities in the Middle East countries like Egypt, Libya and Iraq, Syrian Christians often protected themselves by striking deals with the government, said Tamara Alrifai, the Human Rights Watch Advocacy and Communications Director for the Middle East and North Africa Division.

Source: Christian Post

My comment;

The situation for Christians in Syria has not been taken into consideration by the Obama Administration.

If the USA had a Christian President, He would surely expressed his concern over Islamic persecution of religious minorities. Not only in Syria, but all over the Muslim World.

But Obama is not a Christian. He claims Islam is the “religion of peace”, and worthy of both respect and military support.

We have to thank Jesus the Messiah for senators like Rand Paul. There is still Americans who do not buy the shallow and deceptive rhetoric of Barack Hussein Obama. May the Lord reveal the truth about the ongoing war-process to all.

Written by Ivar.