Actor James Woods is skeptical that President Obama will call the persecution of Christians in the Middle East genocide.
In a tweet posted on March 10, Woods wrote the following: “#Obama is more likely to walk on water than he is to acknowledge the genocide against Christians.”
The State Department and White House have not labeled atrocities against Christians in the Middle East genocide, but are facing a congressionally mandated March 17 deadline to make a decision.
Woods also linked to a Fox News story, which detailed the release of a new report by Middle Eastern Christian leaders, human rights advocates from the Knights of Columbus, and the group In Defense of Christians (IDC) . . .
ISIS is committing genocide — the “crime of crimes” — against Christians and other religious groups in Syria, Iraq and Libya. It is time for the United States to join the rest of the world by naming it and by taking action against it as required by law. ISIS’ activities are well known.
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