Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Coming Attractions: Migrant Murders of Christians at Sea Sends CLEAR MESSAGE to the U.S. ... ARE WE LISTENING?

Migration: Italy got an ugly warning last week, when Islamists on a boat filled with illegal African immigrants threw 12 Christians into the sea. Facing a similar uncontrolled border surge, the U.S. needs to get the message, too.
Migrants wait to be identified after disembarking from 
an Italian coast guard ship in Sicily, Italy, on 
Thursday. AP
It was a crime that shocked the conscience: On a leaky ramshackle boat with more than 100 that debarked from the failed state of Libya, migrants prayed for deliverance. Fifteen Islamic migrants from the Ivory Coast watched as Ghanaians and Nigerians among them recited Christian prayers.
Boat after Boat of ILLEGAL Immigrants heading for
Europe ... OUT OF CONTROL!  Sound Familiar?
In a fit of Islamist hate, they hurled those praying over the side, killing at least 12. The only reason the rest weren't drowned was because they defensively formed a human chain of resistance. The killers fully justified the act in their own minds, by their faith, as their boat was hauled to shore by the Italian navy.
ILLEGALS invading at our Southern Border. 
It's an act that put them on the same level as Islamic terrorists from the likes of Boko Haram in Nigeria, al-Qaida in the Maghreb, Islamic State in Libya, and al-Shabab in Somalia, all of whom "love death" and kill for their perceived faith. At its most basic, it's a sign that migrants with terrorist leanings are entering Italy — and therefore, Europe.
The issue matters because Italy has been explicitly threatened by Islamic State terrorists, who have vowed to use Libya's abundant migrant-smuggling routes as a staging ground for future terror attacks.
The warnings are scarily recent: Last month, at the mass beheading of 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians on a Libyan beach, Islamic State warned that Rome was their next target. At the time, most news analyses focused on the fact that the victims were Egyptian. Read the rest of the story HERE.

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