Lord, please help our children! Christians all around the world have faced tremendous persecution in conflict-zones like Syria and Iraq, and they are now experiencing the same issues inside powerful Western countries like Germany, France, and the United States. Now children in school are being forced to join prayers or die! See if your children are in danger…
Reported by FreedomDaily the genocide perpetrated by ISIS in the Middle East has dominated the media stage for a while. But all the attention has focused on the danger posed to other Muslims. Never mind the fact that christians are even more in danger as a smaller portion of the overall population. In 2016 the Obama administration admitted approximately 12,600 Muslim refugees with less than one percent being Christian.
One specific case of use of violence against Christians is scaring many. A refugee from the African nation of Cameroon allegedly murdered six different Christians. He bludgeoned them to death and then proceeded to throw them overboard. They died in the cold and choppy waters. The African man did it because the six people… were praying to Jesus.
Christians face persecution in a myriad of different places such as Syria, Iraq, Germany, France, and the United States. There are also stories of Muslim refugees committing crimes against Christians in asylum centers in Germany.
Likewise, spinzon reports:
It’s bad enough when adults are harassed or assaulted for their religious beliefs, but in Germany, young school children are being targeted. A priest in the German city Leipzig tells reporters how he has witnessed this issue firsthand.
Father Andreas Knapp works with refugees of all religions, and he has noticed that Christians are facing persecution at the hands of Muslims.
“Yes, there were problems here at a school in our city district, where Christian and Muslim children, who were relatively new in Germany, were in the class of integration, the Muslim children have just teased a Christian boy who had a cross. They have probably been disrespectful, perhaps even hatred, of Christians from their homeland, the boy has been talking to his teacher, but he did not intervene, and we found a solution for the boy to change school.” Knapp said.
He was disturbed by the fact that teachers did nothing to stop the bullying, and that taking the boy out of his own school was the only solution that officials were able to provide. The bullies faced no consequences, and most likely moved on to their next target. The priest went on to explain how the Christian children were persecuted not only for their religious beliefs, but because they were linked to the United States and England through their faith: