According to ReligionofPeace.com, thus far this year, Ramadan (day 22) has claimed 1161victims in 167 different attacks. Last Sunday (6-19-16) in Syria, one deceitful, little cretin ‘dressed as a priest’ blew up himself and three security guards in an attempted attack on a Christian leader ~
The attacker was trying to kill the head of the Syriac Orthodoc Church, Patriarch Ignatius Aphrem II.
The jihadi was stopped at a security checkpoint outside a hall in Qamishli, a city in northeastern Syria.
The bomber detonated his bomb when he was being questioned by Sutoro security officials, killing himself, three guards and wounding five others.
The event this miserable jihadi was trying to sneak into was a commemoration of another Islamic outrage – the horrific Armenian Genocide: One hundred and one years ago more than a million Armenians died as the result of execution, starvation, disease, the harsh environment, and physical abuse – at the hands of the invading Islamic Turks.
According to the BBC, while memorializing that 1915 holocaust on June 24th, Pope Francis commented during a visit to the Armenian capital, Yerevan ~
“This tragedy, this genocide, has unfortunately marked the start of a sad series of great catastrophes of the last century,” he said.
With typical Islamist defensive duplicity, Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Nurettin Canikli said the pontiff’s remarks have “no relation to reality.” and show “crusader mentality.”
Armenia and many historians say up to 1.5 million Armenian Christians were killed by Ottoman Turkish forces in 1915.
But Turkey disputes the figure and denies the deaths constituted genocide.
Of course they do. Because – Taqiyya. (Lying to infidels is a central tenet of Islam.)
On and on it goes through the centuries. The bodies are still piling up – as documented by the ReligionofPeace.com and numerous other sites (here, here and here) – and so are the Islamist denials.
Attempt on Syriac Patriarch commemorating genocide ~
According to the Assyrian International News Agency (AINA), Sunday morning’s attack was the fourth on Assyrians in Qamishli in the past six months. Since 30 December, a total of 22 Assyrian Christians were killed in this one, relatively safe, Syrian city alone.
The World’s War on Christendom – Latest Dispatch from the Front ~ Turkey seizes churches, demonizes Christianity
Pretending the Armenian “Genocide” wasn’t one