Muslims Massacre 58 Christians in Iraqi Church

Iraqi security forces and wellwishers surround an Iraqi youth after his release from a hostage situation at the Sayidat al-Najat church, following a rescue operation by Iraqi and U.S. forces in Baghdad's Karrada neighbourhood, Oct. 31, 2010. At least 58 of the boy's Christian friends were murdered the following day by the Muslim invaders. (Getty Images)

Muslims acting on behalf of Usama Bib Laden’s Al Qaeda group massacred 58 Christians today in a Baghdad church in Iraqi, and wounded and maimed dozens more.
The murders occurred after the Muslims invaded the church during Sunday evening services.
The killers claimed to be part of Al Qaeda’s militant front group in Iraq, the “Islamic State of Iraq.” Their actions were in retaliation for two Muslim women in Egypt who converted to Christianity and who are now being protected from Muslim reprisals by the Christian Copt community there.
Syria provides a haven for this Al Qaeda group in the eastern part of its nation.
Little outrage was heard from the alleged community of “moderate” Muslims in Iraq, elsewhere in the Middle East, or here in the United States.
Please pray for our Christian brothers and sisters still left in Iraq and other Muslim countries. Their numbers have been dwindling steadily in the last 20 years because of this so-called “Religion of Peace.”
This is also what happened in the Seventh Century when Mohammed and his Muslim followers began their unprovoked terror attacks on all Non-Muslims, especially Christians and Jews, in the Middle East, Egypt and what is now called Turkey.
– CBS News, 11/01/10.

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