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March 13, 2016 -- In case you missed it, last year was the worst year for Christians in terms of persecution. 

Open Doors blames the growth of Islam as the leading contributing cause. 

North Korea tops a list of the 50 most dangerous countries for Christians

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Let them escape white racism and return to Mexico!

Nearly all the rest are Muslim-majority countries. 

The top ten are:

10. Libya
9. Iran
8. Sudan
7. Somalia
6. Pakistan
5. Syria
4. Afghanistan
3. Eritrea
2. Iraq
1. North Korea

Not coincidentally, these are the countries supplying globalists with "refugees" to colonize traditionally Christian nations. 


In 1944 Raphael Lemkin coined the neologism "genocide." 

He described genocide as a gradual but intentional erosion of a culture. The erosion included religion and language. 

Globalists are attacking Christianity and English in our nation as a means of eroding away our culture until it is totally gone and — due to history revisionism — forgotten.

When you see robed-and-hooded Muslims, you are seeing your own genocide. When you are required to dial "1" for English, you are experiencing your own genocide. 

2015 was the worst year for Christians being persecuted since Open Doors began keeping records in 1955. Considering the world population explosion in recent generations, it is reasonable to assume that 2015 was the most dangerous year for Christian in sheer numbers in human history. 

More than 7,100 Christians were killed for faith-related reasons, and 2,400 churches were destroyed or damaged, said Open Doors President David Curry.

Curry gave a world tour of murder, exile, terror, detention and destruction at a press conference introducing the new report. The militant groups Boko Haram and al-Shabab, he added, are the “sinister” power behind persecution in four African countries.

“The level of exclusion, discrimination and violence against Christians is unprecedented, spreading and intensifying,” said Curry.

It’s vital to track such persecution, not only on behalf of its victims, but to recognize growing threats to global peace and security, Curry said. “The persecution of Christians is a lead indicator of when countries are beginning to tip into chaos.”

David Saperstein, ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom, added to Curry’s list of atrocities and crimes against humanity.

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