Should the US defend Christians persecuted in Islamic countries?

Posted by: Rjupudi18

  • Yes

  • No

76% 38 votes
24% 12 votes
  • the united states has always been in the fore front of fighting terrorism and standing up for its beliefs and standards , it is inevitable that the USA should stand up against Christians who are being killed in horrific ways in countries which are predominantly muslims

  • It's a shame no one does. Christianity is humiliated everyday there, yet no one opens his mouth. Someone should help the Christians in the East. Silence is as bad as attacking.

  • I believe that the US should defend everyone no matter the race, religion, or sexual preferences. The bible even says for us to love all others.

  • Its constitutional, anything less is hypocritical !

  • Everyone now thinks Christians are bad and more and more people hate christiendom, we have to defend them it's the reverse of the stereotypes

    Posted by: Vlad00
  • we must first of all destroy all Radical-Islamic-Terrorists! they are killing Christians, Jews and Gays for what they believe in! they are throwing people off of building they are decapitating people! Hello wake up this must come to an end stop the persecution!

  • Definitely,not only christians though, but also other peaceful religions, gays,...

  • While I don't think we should go out of our way to favour the persecution of Christians over any other group persecuted in the Middle East, I think the public should at least be made aware of it. Everyone goes on about the Rohingya Muslim genocide, but no one talks about the Christian genocide that plagues the entirety of the Middle East and now it is trickling into the west without a single mention from the mainstream media or government. Christians are the most persecuted religious group in the world, it cannot go on any longer.

  • Yes! Christians are the only people around the world that helped help other people and countries and other religions. Christians are peaceful people. Islam forcing people all over the world into their cult by lying and killing.

  • Yes, of course, they would help any other religion being persecuted but of course, they won't as its Christianity.

  • Do we defend people in other countries based on the color of their skin? What about any other random belief they mite have? Just because their christian does not mean i give a rats ass about them, its the same as asking if we should defend people in other countries because they are homosexual or vegetarians. Why do people hold religion in some high esteem as if its above any other opinion out there?

  • I don't think we should as they are in a different country, that country is the ones responsible for their protection. If they are being killed for their religion, they know that it is harsh and is possibly life threatening, it's their choice to be there.

  • To be honest, I'm neutral in this topic. However, I would like to answer this question with another question. Should Muslim countries defend Muslims persecuted in the US?

  • because the Christians did the same thing and nobody helped

    Posted by: bodog
  • Why should we defend people that have CERTAIN beliefs instead of ALL of the victims?

  • No. We don't protect muslims persecuted by christians. We don't protect buddhists monks in Tibet being persecuted. So why should we make an exception for christians?

  • No, they should abolish Abrahamic faiths from the middle east instead of choosing sides. Christianity and Islam are two faces of the same old coin.

    Posted by: Hyde1
  • Boundaries between church and state. The US is not a fully christian country.

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Master_of_Words says2017-03-23T04:28:09.9601478Z
I believe that we should defend everyone no matter their race, religion, or sexual preference. I'm a protestant and my church prays for everyone, even those that the world perceives we hate such as homosexuals.

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