Some people did something in Sri Lanka

Sad to see Sri Lanka’s defence minister calling this an “unfortunate terrorist incident”. It is not only an “unfortunate incident” but an Islamic terrorist attack on your country,  the biggest attack since the civil war ended 10 years ago.

Sri Lanka: Seven Muslims arrested for Easter Sunday jihad massacres

Christians are a soft target.

That’s when Mohammedans hit, because Buddhist’s fight back:

Sri Lanka: Archbishop of Colombo says “we never expected such a thing to happen and especially on Easter Sunday”

Theresa May after NZ mosque attack on Muslims.

Terrorist attack. Those poor people.

Theresa May after #SriLanka attacks on Christians

Violent acts. Those poor buildings.

Why does Islam always matter more to Christian leaders?

Sri Lanka: Archbishop of Colombo says “we never expected such a thing to happen and especially on Easter Sunday”

He never expected such a thing to happen?

But Sri Lanka’s police chief Pujuth Jayasundara, according to AFP, “issued an intelligence alert to top officers 10 days ago, warning that suicide bombers planned to hit ‘prominent churches.’ ‘A foreign intelligence agency has reported that the NTJ (National Thowheeth Jama’ath) is planning to carry out suicide attacks targeting prominent churches as well as the Indian high commission in Colombo,’ the alert said. The NTJ is a radical Muslim group in Sri Lanka that was linked last year to the vandalisation of Buddhist statues.”

Did Jayasundara alert the “prominent churches”? If he did, did Ranjith disregard the warning? We may never know the answers to those questions, but in a larger sense it is easy to see, despite escalating Muslim persecution of Christians worldwide, why Ranjith “never expected such a thing to happen,” and so had no guards at the churches for Easter Sunday: all those who have been for years calling attention to this threat have been branded as “racist,” “bigoted” and “Islamophobic,” and dismissed as “fearmongering.” Everyone in the Catholic Church knows that Islam is a religion of peace; dissenters are shunned and ostracized. Would it have been “Islamophobic” to have Sri Lankan churches guarded for Easter?

“Sri Lanka explosions: More than 200 killed as churches and hotels targeted,” BBC, April 21, 2019: (Jihad Watch)

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  1. I cant understand what the world is so paranoid about being labeled as islamaphobic for..These people are connected with islam , and they are literally”killing”people.If this type of thing makes me feel fearful of these murdereres.Then go ahead and call me islamaphobic.I have every right to be afraid of murderers.”Racist”has nothing to do with fear of these muderers.I am very brown myself.Just because I speak out against what these muderers are doing does not make me racist.How silly can that be.If I speak out against them.It just makes me a concerned citizen for the innocent people they are killing.Islamaphobia and racism are two words these murderers are using from stopping humanity from dealing with their murder crimes head on.Our world leaders and Christians need to grow a pair.My heart goes out to the persecuted.God help them pls.No one else will.

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