Wednesday, December 24, 2014

What U.S. Foreign Policy Leaves Under The Christmas Tree

By Chris Rossini

Daniel McAdams writes:
“For the first time in more than 1,000 years, reports the Washington Post today, ‘the plains of Nineveh and its provincial capital of Mosul have been virtually emptied of Christians.’...Already six in ten Christians have fled Iraq, leaving churches empty and a way of life that dates to the time of Christ a distant memory…

In Syria, where the US has backed Islamist extremists in a three-year effort to overthrow the secular Assad regime, Christianity has also been nearly eliminated...

Christmas will likewise be a somber celebration for the estimated 500,000 Ukrainians who were forced to flee their homes as the US-backed regime in Kiev destroyed much of eastern Ukraine.
Drudge also tweets:

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