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The liberal mainstream media has been filled with stories of the anti-Muslim attack that officials are labeling a terrorist attack. A van drove into a crowd of Muslims outside a mosque, killing 1 and injuring many others. Everyone is condemning the van attack, but where was the public outcry or condemnation when Muslims murdered 250 Christian kids and 6 young adults in a Syrian bakery? Why was the US silent about the massacre?

Last year the Muslim terrorists of ISIS undertook a horrific massacre of innocents when they rounded up 250 young children and 6 young adults and murdered them in a bakery.

What makes the tragedy even more disturbing is that world leaders at the United Nations have refused to acknowledge the atrocity, they’ve refused to publicize the horror to the world, and they’ve refused to bring justice to the murdered children.

The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), along with their affiliate the European Center for Law and Justice (ECLJ) appeared before the UN Human Rights Council this past week in an effort to shed light on this situation and on the plight of Christians throughout the Middle East…

When US soldiers were found to have urinated on the corpses of dead Taliban fighters, the world was outraged. Obama condemned it and ordered the soldiers face charges. But when supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood regime in Egypt began beating, raping and murdering Christians and burning their homes and businesses, neither Obama nor the UN blinked an eye or condemned the action. This is typical in today’s warped and backward world and America.

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