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Muslims Horrifically Murder 250 Children, but the UN Silences the Investigation

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.

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Thank you Mr. President,

In February of 2017, the ECLJ submitted its second written and oral testimony to this Council requesting that the United Nations (U.N.) join other international bodies and publically proclaim that Christians and other religious minorities in Iraq and Syria are victims of genocide and deserving of international assistance and protection. Yet again, this body has remained silent while the Islamic State (“ISIS”) has continued its barbaric work.

The actions of ISIS against Christians and other religious minorities in Iraq and Syria clearly embody the definition of genocide as enshrined in the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide. The ISIS campaign to destroy these religious minorities and decimate their homelands and cultures undoubtedly meets the definition of genocide, and as long as the UN does not recognize it as such, these vulnerable groups remain unprotected and in peril.

We got the report of  a Christian Syrian woman who saw “‘Christians being killed and tortured, and . . . children being beheaded in front of their parents’”. She said, “250 children . . . were put in the dough mixer, they were kneaded. The oldest one of them was four-years-old”. ISIS tortured a boy while demanding his father and two others renounce Christianity, before executing all four by crucifixion. Eight Christian women were publically raped and beheaded. There are “mass graves of Christians”

The victims of ISIS’s genocide deserve the recognition and protection of the international community. It is imperative that the U.N. acknowledge the ISIS campaign for what it is – genocide – end these atrocities, and seek justice for the victims.

While the ECLJ calls for swift and decisive action by the international community to stop the genocide and protect the victims, it also understands that first the U.N. must recognize that the atrocities constitute genocide.

The ECLJ’s “statement calls upon the U.N. to declare that the atrocities carried out by ISIS against Christians and other religious minorities are genocide.  The victims of these acts of genocide desperately need recognition, protection, and support from the international community.”

Once again the Muslim terrorists of ISIS have managed to find new ways to shock and horrify us all, and the “leaders” of the free world stand idly by and allow it to happen. Even worse, they don’t simply ignore what is happening, they refuse to speak out (or better yet, act out) against the horrors.

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