No matter where Islam goes it will never have peace with Christians, ever, because peace in Islam only comes from becoming a Muslim.
In yet another low reached by the European Union, Christian refugees- actual refugees fleeing actual Muslim violence in the Middle East- cannot even be safe in the refugee camps because Muslims are harassing, threatening, sexually molesting, and even attacking them in these same camps and almost nobody is helping them.
So far at least 300 Christians have been persecuted for their faith in these camps, but the actual number is much higher- because the numbers are being suppressed by the E.U.:
There have been over 300 incidents of Christians being physically or sexually assaulted by Muslims in refugee camps in Germany, while thousands of other Christians are facing persecution in many different ways, a report has warned.
The German-language report “Religiously Motivated Attacks on Christian Refugees in Germany,” produced by the German br anch of persecution watchdog group Open Doors, was released last week, though the The Gatestone Institute provided an analysis on Sunday which broke down the numbers and figures.
The report warns that German authorities and police might be purposefully downplaying such incidents in order to avoid the “taboo” topic of Muslims attacking Christian refugees, keeping in mind the growing anti-immigration sentiments in the country.
Open Doors’ study, based on interviews with 231 Christian refugees conducted between February and April, found that at least 86 Christians reported to have been physically assaulted by Muslim refugees or shelter security staff, and another 70 had received death threats for their faith.
This situation does not bode well for the future in that if the European governments are essentially ignoring the plight of fellow refugees because they are Christians, they will ignore their own citizens who are also Christians. Indeed, we have already seen how the European governments have been persecuting their own people over speaking out at all or about the “refugees” animal behavior.
The great Chinese military Philosopher, Sun Tzu, wrote in his Art of War that a wise general knows when to attack and when to flee.
Christians of Europe, be ready to do both- to flee and to fight. Learn discernment, become fervent in prayer, and prepare yourself for the coming years, because you will need it. You cannot expect your governments to be there to help you like in years past. They have made their choice- they have chosen your extinction, and they will continue to pass illegal and immoral laws to try to speed it up. If they cannot get you, they will go after your children and their children. If you will not prepare yourself yourselves (regardless of what the government says) and prepare to fight for your lives and those of your neighbor, you will not survive.
Historically speaking, it has been two thousand years and we have come full circle. From a world steeped in the darkness of paganism and idolatry came the true light, God who became man in order that man might become like God. His religion went to all the ends of the Earth among all peoples, until the very last lands which the Gospel reached became the heartlands and the heartlands of the Gospel, the ancient lands of Europe and the Middle East, have become Christian wastelands. For such a long time, it was Europe that was the refuge of Christians everywhere, as the word “Europe” and “Christian” were virtually synonymous. Now, if you are a Christian in Europe, it is “flee,” for the days of the Diocletian persecutions are fast approaching, and in my opinion, after all is said and done, we will look back on these days and those of Diocletian and say “Diocletian had nothing on this.”
The Maccabees Martyrs
We are returning to the days of the catacombs. To the days of persecution and martyrdom. The times have changed, the places are for the most part the same, the tools are different, but the end is the same- to attempt to separate us from Christ by destroying our mortal lives in terrible ways. The Early Church went through it. St. Eleazar and the Maccabee brothers endured it. Now the lot falls in our modern times on us.
This reminds me of Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World, albeit a little different than his vision but with the same basic idea- a world under one system where the undesirables are driven out, hunted down, and destroyed like rodents. Where Christianity is persecuted, mocked, and is a thing kept underground in order that it can merely exist.
It is also a great time to be alive, for just as the glory days of the Church were in the early years of persecution, so will it likely be in these days, where the Faith is persecuted globally, but once everything stops and we look back, they will be looked upon as yet another “glory days” for the Faithful.
One can only guess the future. However, the fact that mercy always precedes justice and this is the “year of mercy” does not bode well for the next year.
Until that time, remember the faces of the persecuted Christians in the Middle East and in these “refugee camps.” Pray for them, and help them when you can. But remember them well, because in a not too distant time ahead, you and I will be in their shoes.