The Obama administration finally called the purposed extermination of Christians in the Middle East 'genocide' this week. This comes after months and months of pleading on behalf of those being targeted and killed by ISIS. The Obama administration's hesitancy to designate it genocide has been seen as favoring Islam and dismissing Christianity.
Here, in a latest Facebook post, Franklin Graham shares how he feels the recent genocide description is not enough.
Fox News reports that "Lt. Col. Ralph Peters (Ret.) said that the Obama administration was basically 'shamed" into making the genocide designation after facing heavy pressure from lawmakers and rights groups."
Peters' said, "This administration still romanticizes Islam. It still finds Christians somehow distasteful. It's almost as if the administration feels Christians have no real right to be in the Middle East. And Christians were there a long time before Muslims were - six centuries."
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