Rev. Graham Just Turned to the Camera and Announced The Reason Obama Never Exposed Radical Islam


For eight years, we have watched Islamic terrorist attacks take place around the world and on our own shores, with the bloody, gory death toll rising by the day (roughly 30,000 attacks since 9/11). And for eight years, we have listened carefully as our president addressed these horrific acts, studiously avoiding the words that so needed to be spoken: “Islamic terror” or “radical Islam.”

Instead, President Obama and his surrogates spoke of “extremism” or “terrorism” — without any reference to Islam — or, worse still, of “workplace violence.”

This is not just perverse, it is utterly irresponsible, since it fails to acknowledge that we are not just combatting people, we are combatting an ideology, and if we cannot even name that ideology, let alone describe it, we certainly cannot fight it.

Rev. Graham took matter in his hands and invited 600 church leaders from 136 countries to talk about Christians persecuted and join Trump in his war against radical Islam.

Opening from Rev. Graham:

The opening session of the World Summit in Defense of Persecuted Christians tonight was powerful.

Family members of the Egyptian men who were beheaded by ISIS on that beach two years ago were among those with us. I hope you will commit to pray for those living in difficult and dangerous circumstances in so many countries around the world.

The Bible tells us, “Continue to remember those in prison as if you were together with them in prison, and those who are mistreated as if you yourselves were suffering.” But we must remember that no one has suffered more than our Lord Jesus Christ. Even in the church’s darkest days, His words ring true: “Upon this rock I will build my church and the gates of hell will not prevail against it.”


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VP Pence spoke at this event as well – no fear in mentioning that ISLAMIC RADICALS ARE THE BIGGEST THREAT TO OUR RELIGION FREEDOM!

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