Dean Cain Fights Against The Islamic Persecution Of Christians, And Declares That Turkey Did Indeed Do The Armenian Genocide

By Theodore Shoebat

Dean Cain is now confronting the Islamists and racists in the Turkish government, and declaring that Turkey did indeed to the systematic genocide of the Armenians people in the early twentieth century. Here is the report:

Former Superman Dean Cain is taking on a much more serious subject than most men in tights these days. The actor has produced a new film, “Architects of Denial,” which delves into the Armenian genocide and the denial by the Turkish government and other authoritative bodies that atrocities ever took place.

“Armenians have been persecuted for centuries. It’s unreal,” Cain told “Fox & Friends” recently when discussing his upcoming project. “They were the first bastion of Christianity. They were the first country to, I think, recognize Christianity, and they are the only bastion of Christianity in the Middle East.”

It was during and after World War I that the Ottoman Empire carried out the killing of what is estimated by many to be 1.5 million Armenian citizens, including women and children. To this day, the Armenian people are persecuted in the Middle East for their beliefs — and many are kept from their true home.

 Turkey, which was the successor state to the Ottoman Empire, denies using the word genocide to describe the historical deaths of Armenians, and many other governments officially deny the atrocities as well, likely due to political pressure.

“Turkey has gone around the world aggressively lobbying to make sure there are no references to the Armenian genocide,” said Wikileaks Editor-in-Chief Julian Assange in the recently released trailer for “Architects of Denial.”
“Architects of Denial” not only digs into the persecution of Armenians and Christians in the Middle East, both past and present, but it also sheds light on those politicians who refuse to acknowledge an event many historians and scholars accept as a sad reality.

The trailer shows camera crews confronting two Democratic members of Congress, Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson of Texas and Rep. Steve Cohen of Tennessee.

“Do you deny that the Armenian genocide happened?” asks one of the filmmakers of Rep. Johnson.

She replies, “I do deny that.”

Though both the historical and modern-day persecution of Armenians and Christians is relatively uncovered in the mainstream media and not on the radar of many average Americans, it is a subject that has gotten far more attention in recent years.

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Muslim Gang Breaks Into Christian Family’s Home, Kidnaps Their 14-Year-Old Daughter At Gunpoint And Shouts ‘You Will Never See Your Daughter Again!’

Pakistan is one of the most dangerous places on earth to be a Christian in. Christians, especially women and girls, are routinely kidnapped, raped, and forced to marry Muslim men on pain of a horrible death.

In another case out of Pakistan, a 14-year-old girl was kidnapped at gunpoint, after which her kidnappers told her that ‘you will never see your daughter again’:

A 14-year-old Pakistani Christian girl was kidnapped at gunpoint and her family was reportedly told that they will never see their daughter and sister again.

A poor Christian family living in the town of Gaggo Mandi in the Punjab province reached out to the London-based charity British Pakistani Christian Association after their teenage daughter was abducted by gunmen in the early morning hours of April 15.

According to the organization, which works to provide assistance and humanitarian needs to persecuted Christian families in Pakistan, the family’s home was raided by their neighbor’s son and a number of accomplices. In addition to kidnapping their eldest daughter, Maria, the robbers allegedly stole the equivalent of $130 in cash and about $500 in jewelry.

Around 3 a.m. that morning, the family was woken up by the criminals as they broke into the family home. The parents recognized one of the robbers as one of their neighbors named Amjad, who is previously known to have taken a liking to Maria.

After entering the home, the men waved their guns and started shouting. They instructed Maria, her mother, Bushra Bibi, and her three younger sisters — ages 13, 12, 11 — to kneel on the floor while the gunman searched through the house for valuables.

While the robbers were inside the home, the family claims that they overheard other men outside of their home asking, “have you got the girl yet?”

Upon leaving, the men told Maria to leave with them, even though Bushra objected and offered to go instead.

“The family were told that they would not see Maria again and were warned not to tell the police of the kidnap or they would be killed,” a BPCA report explains. The family believes Maria’s abduction was the primary reason for the early-morning raid.

Despite the threats, the BPCA states that the family did go to the local police. Although the police initially refused to register a report and investigate the incident, pressure brought by BPCA’s officer in Lahore forced the police station to file a report and start an investigation, which is moving at a slow place.

“Every day I am without my daughter I feel like dying. These men will do terrible things with Maria, she is so alone and vulnerable,” Bushra told BPCA. “I asked the men to take me and leave my children but they stole my eldest child from me.”

As a 2014 report from the NGO Movement of Solidarity and Peace states that anywhere between 100 to 700 Christians girls are abducted, raped and forced into Islamic marriages every year, Bibi said that she fears that she will be like “many other mothers who never see their daughter again.”

“The thought of this is filling me with despair,” the mother said. “I have been praying for a miracle and plead with other Christians to pray for Maria.”

The news of the kidnapping comes as Pakistan ranks as the fourth worst nation in the world when it comes to the persecution of Christians, according to Open Doors USA’s 2017 World Watch List.

“The regular failure by police to react to such cases has created an impunity which leads to bold acts of violence towards Christians and other minorities,” BPCA President Wilson Chowdhry said in a statement. “We are in touch with the Government of Pakistan through the high commission and have alerted them to this incident. I am sure that a more concerted response will be enacted by the Police and we have been assured of this.”

BPCA is seeking financial help in order to provide an attorney to the family as they try legal means to secure the return of their daughter, which the organization believes will cost roughly $750. BPCA has started an online fundraising appeal to help pay for the legal costs.

Earlier this year, lawmakers in Pakistan passed a new law that seeks to provide better protections for religious minorities and increase punishments for those who force religious minority women into forced marriages.

This month, the BPCA celebrated a victory after a Pakistani Christian mother of three in Pattoki who was kidnapped and forced into Islamic marriage by her Muslim landlord, had successfully secured a divorce from her Muslim captor through the courts. (source)

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Muslim In UK With Violent Criminal Past Assaults Woman For Helping Put Up Church Sign By Mosque

Said Latif in A Muslim from the UK with a violent criminal past for assault. Recently, a Church of God rented a spot for their services at a mosque and a fellow Muslim woman helped put up the church sign. Upon seeing the woman help put the sign up, Latif angrily confronted her, spitting in her face but being dragged away by two other people at the mosque before he could hit her:

A father spat in the face of a fellow Muslim and branded her “ignorant” during a dispute about a Christian sign that was placed in a multicultural community centre.

Said Ahmed Latif, 36, admitted to losing his temper after becoming “upset” by the sign, which said ‘Church of God’, at the Salam Centre in Hartlepool.

Teesside Magistrates’ Court heard that Latif and the centre’s manager had been embroiled in a dispute about the object, which was erected after a Christian group began using the venue.

Prosecutor Holly Common told the court that Latif approached the unnamed victim outside the centre on 22 January at around 12.50pm, saying: “I need to speak to you.”

Common added: “He crossed the road and said he could speak inside the centre. When inside the office, Latif began shouting ‘Why are you letting them use the centre?’

“He said, ‘You are an ignorant Muslim, you aren’t listening to me’.”

“He continued with a tirade of abuse before adding: “You shouldn’t be here, you’re upsetting us young Muslims’.”

Common said that the father of three then raised his fist as if he were about to hit the victim but instead spat into her face. He was then forced out of the office by the victim and a colleague.

A victim statement made by the manager was read out to the court. It said: “I was really upset about what happened. In 15 years I’ve never had anything like this happen to me.

It continued: “He tried to bully me and certain members of staff to only let in certain members of the community.”

Latif admitted the offence at Teeside Magistrates’ Office.

Latif, who represented himself, told the court he had been incensed when the victim called him an “extremist”.

He added: “We are a small ethnic community, they’ve put a church group sign up saying ‘Church of God’ right next to the door to the mosque. I said ‘can you move the sign to the other side?'”

“It’s a shame CCTV didn’t show who was shouting at who. She started shouting at me – she called me an extremist. I plead guilty, I did spit at her – I lost my temper.”

District Judge Helen Cousins asked Latif if there was anything else he wanted to tell the court.

He said: “I apologise to her. I should pay compensation.”

Latif, from Clifton Avenue in Hartlepool, admitted assault and was given 60 hours unpaid work and ordered to pay £50 to the victim in compensation, as well as costs and charges. (source, source)

Notice how in this case it was Muslims who rented the space to a Christian church.

Never forget: Muslims are in need of salvation as much as anybody else is, for Jesus is the way, the Truth, and the Life, and nobody comes to the Father except through Him.

May the prayers of this congregation also show many Muslims of this mosque, including persecutors such as Mr. Latif, the true straight path in Christ that leads to eternal life.

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Christian Man In Iowa Gets Executed In The Middle Of The Street In Front Of His Four Children

Stephen Kim, with wife and children. He was murdered by four men in front of his own children

By Theodore Shoebat

A Christian man in Des Moines, Iowa, was surrounded by four men as he was in his car with his four children, and was horrifically executed in front of them. As we read from one report:

Hours before Stephen Kim was killed Friday night in a parking lot on Des Moines’ west side, he celebrated “culture day” with his three sons at Holy Family Catholic School.

The Burmese immigrant’s two oldest children are first- and second-graders at the school. The youngest is set to start preschool in the fall, Holy Family Principal Martin Flaherty said.

Kim, 41, and his sons toured cultural exhibits created by students at the ethnically diverse school while the boys’ mother, Esther, worked one of her two restaurant jobs. Like his wife, Kim worked two jobs to support his family and ensure his children could attend private school.

“He was just so earnest, and he wanted to do what was best for his kids and his family,” Flaherty said. “He worked so doggone hard.”

Hours later, at about 10:30 p.m., Kim was shot and killed while waiting to pick up his wife in the parking lot of an apartment complex at 3523 University Ave. in what police believe was an attempted robbery.

“They essentially executed him in front of his kids,” Des Moines police Sgt. Paul Parizek said in a news conference Saturday.

Flaherty called Kim a kind, hard-working man who was determined to give his children a better life than the one he fled in Burma. Kim and his wife immigrated to America in December 2008 and later gained U.S. citizenship, according to the Ethnic Minorities of Burma Advocacy and Resource Center.

Part of his “American dream” was to make sure his children received a good education, Flaherty said. He frequently communicated with the school’s administrators, despite a language barrier, to make sure he understood what was happening at school, according to the principal.

“He was absolutely determined to make sure his children had a good education,” Flaherty said. “He was a committed father.”

Due to their busy work schedules, Stephen and Esther Kim did not often get to take part in school activities, but the principal said Stephen Kim made a point of attending Friday’s cultural activity.

Stations set up in classrooms featured food and cultural artifacts from different countries. Some members of the school’s Burmese community wore traditional clothing, performed a dance and answered students’ questions. Kim did not dance, but he watched with his youngest child at his side, Flaherty said.

Holy Family, a school of about 240 students located in Des Moines’ Capitol Park neighborhood, has about 25 to 30 Burmese students. School staff talked to students about the killing Monday morning, starting with the Kim children’s classes, Flaherty said.

“We’re being very upfront and honest,” he said. “We know they’re going to hear about it, so we want to make sure we’re being honest with them” to dispel rumors.

The school will provide counseling to students as long as needed, he said.

Kim was part of the Zomi ethnic minority from the Chin State, in western Myanmar, which was formerly Burma. Zomi number in the millions and can be found in India, Bangladesh and Myanmar. They are mostly Christian in a predominantly Theravada Buddhist region of the world.

After briefly living in Malaysia, Kim and his wife, who is also Zomi, came to the U.S. to escape the persecution they faced as a result of their faith and ethnic identity, said Henny Ohr, executive director of the Ethnic Minorities of Burma Advocacy and Resource Center in Iowa.

Kim and his wife both worked at Cool Basil restaurant in Clive. Kim had a second job at Windsor Windows in West Des Moines.

Esther Kim was coming from her second job at the Banana Leaf restaurant in West Des Moines when her husband was killed. The couple used the parking lot at the University Terrace apartments as a pick-up and drop-off spot for Esther Kim, who carpooled to work.

Kim was seated in his car with his three children in the backseat when at least four men approached the vehicle.

“He did what any parent would do, instinctually, and try to protect his children,” Parizek said Saturday.

GoFundMe page was set up to pay for the family’s funeral and living costs.

Police have not publicly named any suspects in connection with Kim’s death, one of two homicides in Des Moines over the weekend. Shortly before 2 a.m. Sunday, a man was fatally stabbed in the 1500 block of 13th Street. Police arrested a Des Moines man in connection with that homicide hours later.

This weekend’s homicides put Des Moines at 12 homicides so far this year. At this time last year, there had been one homicide in the city. There were 13 homicides in Des Moines all of last year.

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Pope Francis Declares ‘The Devil Is Behind The Worldwide Persecution Of Christians’

Throughout history Christians have been persecuted, suffered, and died for the sake of Christ, knowing that it is better to be rejected by men than rejected by God. Christian persecution worldwide is increasing and becoming more horrible with each day, and we have not even seen the beginning of what is coming.

In response to the worldwide persecution, Pope Francis made a statement this past weekend saying that martyrdom is a grace from God to endure persecution, which comes from the devil because he hates the fact that Christians are saved by Christ:

The persecution of Christians all over the world is caused by the devil who stirs people against the Christian faith, Pope Francis said during a prayer service in Rome over the weekend.

On Saturday, Pope Francis voiced out his reflection on a Bible passage read during a service dedicated to Christian martyrs at the St. Bartholomew Basilica in Rome. The pontiff spoke about hatred which comes from the devil and love which stems from Jesus Christ, Crux relays.

“With his death and resurrection, [Jesus] rescued us from the power of this world, the power of the devil, and the prince of the world doesn’t want this,” said Pope Francis. “Because we were saved by Jesus, and the prince of the world doesn’t want this, he hates us and provokes the persecution.”

In addition, Pope Francis described martyrdom as a “grace from God, not courage.” Just as it has been said that the country needs heroes, the Church also needs martyrs and other people who are committed to become witnesses for Christ even up to the point of death.

“What does the Church need today?” Pope Francis asked. “Martyrs, witnesses, this means, every-day-saints, those who lead ordinary lives, carried forward with consistency; but also those who have the courage to accept the grace of being witnesses to the end, to their death.” (source)

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