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By NWV Senior Political News Writer, Jim Kouri
Posted 1:00 AM Eastern
September 17, 2015

With the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) creating a refugee “crisis” that has created a media feeding frenzy, multi-billionaire real estate mogul and GOP presidential hopeful Donald Trump blasted President Barack Obama for his pro-Muslim bias and allowing thousands of fleeing Syrian Muslims asylum in the U.S. while keeping the needy Christian refugees out, according to a special New Yorker Magazine story released on Sunday.

While criticizing Obama and his immigration activities he claims has contributed to Americans being victimized by murderers and rapists, Trump is now slamming the president what he calls Obama's shameful response to the ISIS refugee issue. The New Yorker and other publications quote Trump as saying we need to “fix our own country first” before bringing in hundreds of thousands of mostly Muslim immigrants that are already flooding European countries. Trump also singled out Obama for deliberate religious discrimination.

Just last week, Archbishops in the Middle East seemed to agree with Trump when they too slammed Obama for discrimination against Christians — "the ones who are truly being slaughtered and persecuted by Islamic radicals" — in the granting of visas.

According to Trump and many other Americans -- including those who make their living fighting and studying radical Islamists -- the news media for the most part continue carrying the Obama regime's water by hiding the fact that they are inviting in tens of thousands of Syrian Muslims as ‘refugees’ while slamming the gate on Christian refugees who are arguably more persecuted and enslaved by ISIS and even so-called moderate Muslim groups.

hTrump has saide will end the disgraceful anti-Christian bias shown by Obama and the Democrats if he's elected president. Trump’s sharply-worded comments are sure to make waves this week especially his anti-Muslim statements at a time when Obama and his administration is trying to put a positive spin on their arguably awful nuclear treaty with the Islamic Republic of Iran. Trump and others, such as former police counterterrorism unit officer, John J. Callahan, claim that's because most of the media have given Obama a total pass on his disgraceful treatment of Christian refugees, while embracing and romanticizing the Islamic flood of American city and Obama's phony security background checks.

"The United States and European nations are not merely ignoring Muslim persecution of Christians in the Middle East, they are actively supporting it by sponsoring 'moderate' rebels who in reality are as radical and anti-Western as [ISIS]. Let's remember that until last year, Obama, Hillary Clinton and John Kerry were telling Americans that Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood was a 'moderate' group despite experts saying otherwise," said Callahan, now a security consultant for multi-national companies.

Callahan's comments were a reminder of how the U.S. State Department’s would frequently invite Muslim representatives but denied visas to Christian representatives. Just this year, between January and August, over 4,200 Muslims were welcomed into the U.S. from Iraq, but only about 700 Christians. For every Christian granted asylum, the U.S. granted asylum to six Muslims — despite the obvious fact that Christians need sanctuary from the brutish ISIS jihadists who routinely execute large groups of those who follow Jesus Christ over Mohammad.

"Donald Trump deserves to lead that pack of presidential candidates in both [political] parties [in all of the polls] since he's the only one telling it like it is. While the intelligence community, as proved by whistleblowers, feeds Obama and his minions what they want to hear, Trump's private security-intelligence asset gives him the facts. Say what you want about 'The Donald,' he's the man to listen to," noted former NYPD police detective from the department's Intelligence Division.

Faith McDonnell, of the Institute on Religion & Democracy, claimed in an IRD message to the Obama White House: "Christianity in the Middle East is shattered. ISIL’s genocidal campaign of religious cleansing has placed horrific pressure on the region’s ancient Christian communities and other faith minorities. Christians have a claim as much as anyone to live in their ancestral homelands. The United States can come to their aid by providing humanitarian assistance, special refugee status for victims, and empowering them to defend themselves."

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Following their meeting, with Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes, and other staff members of the Obama National Security Council, the IRD issued a statement expressing their concern: "Victims of religious persecution are in desperate need of humanitarian aid in the face of extremist and violent acts from groups like ISIL. USAID partners have reached only 24 percent of displaced populations residing outside of camps with non-food humanitarian assistance. A countless number of victims are slipping through the cracks, and the United States must bolster this effort. Not only does the West facilitate the persecution of Christians in the Middle East, but in the West as well."

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