World Vision International supports Terrorism and rejects Christ

When World Vision International back in 2014 made the announcement that they would hire so called “Gay Christians”. That should of been a big warning sign.

If you remember when that happened every evangelical leader came out of the word work against World Vision International. In a twinkling of an eye, World Vision International retracted their decision because of the backlash. World Vision International reacted to the push from the federal government when it came to gay marriage and forcing businesses and Christian organizations to recognize gay marriage. What should have happened promptly was to clean house and demand everyone in leadership at World Vision resign. Instead, the retraction from World Vision International was good enough for the Evangelical leaders who chastised the move towards gay marriage. Now World Vision International has supported Terrorism.

Mohammad El Halabi was arrested by Israel on June 15 while crossing the border into Gaza, World Vision said in a statement. He was charged by Israeli authorities on Thursday.

He had run the organization’s Gaza operations since 2010.

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According to Israel’s Shin Bet security service, El Halabi diverted around $7.2 million of World Vision money to Hamas each year. That is the equivalent of 60 percent of the charity’s total annual funding for Gaza.

What’s even more shocking is that World Vision International is doing everything in their power to stand by their employees act of supporting Hamas.

They have taken the side of Mohammad El Halabi over Israel and their interests. So the big question is how did World Vision get to this point? World Vision gets a lot of government funding. Now that the Obama administration has made Christianity their number one target, they are testing Christian organizations to find out who will cave to their demands.  It’s entirely plausible that the Obama administration threatened to withhold government funding because of not offering employment to gays. World Vision International now has decided to no longer preach the gospel and just be a humanitarian organization. Now they are hiring Muslims.  Mohammad El Halabi is a consequence of hiring Muslims. So now, World Vision International no longer requires you to be a Christian to work there. World Vision International will probably hire gays too before it’s all said and done.

The Evangelical Church must stand up and let World Vision International know that the days of them receiving financial support are now over.

Now that the Hamas terrorism implications are making huge national headlines, the cat is out of the bag for World Vision International. The last thing World Vision wanted the American Church to know is their deeds of darkness they were performing oversees. World Vision can’t hide. The actions of doubling down on their support for Mohammad El Halabi indicate they are ready to divorce themselves from Christ, his church and America’s security. If they are willing to go this far, they are going to be making a play for getting their donations from Anti Israel liberals, Hollywood, the Democratic party and other Marxist scums of the earth.  When the marxist media gets wind of this, they are going to be best friends with World Vision International and help them get the necessary funds to support their pagan enterprise.

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