Obama administration officials have “sat on their hands” during the killings and displacement of Christians in the Middle East — an aversion that ought to be labeled “Christophobia,” author Johnnie Moore told Newsmax TV.
In an interview with “Newsmax Prime” host J.D. Hayworth, Moore, president of The Kairos Company and author of the book, “Defying ISIS: Preserving Christianity in the Place of Its Birth and in Your Own Backyard,” argued “if you support Christians who have been the recipients of genocide in the Middle East, you’re called Islamophobic and it’s just incomprehensible.”
“The Obama/Clinton administration has been the party to the most systematic dismantling of religious freedom in this country, and they have sat on their hands while hundreds of thousands, if not millions and millions, of Christians have been displaced and killed,” he said.
Moore rails at the acceptance into the United States of 56 Christian Syrians and over 10,000 Syrian Muslims.
“That doesn’t mean you’re anti-Islamic,” he said. “It’s not immoral to give special treatment to those facing a special threat.”
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“If I’m going to be accused of Islamophobia just by speaking up for Christians, or if someone is accused of homophobia or xenophobia, well what about people that are anti-Christian?” he asked.
“If you’re anti-Christian, henceforth you are guilty of Christophobia. You are a Christophobe. You are exhibiting Christophobic behavior, and we’re going to shame you with it.”
According to Moore, five years ago there were two million Christians in Syria, and now there are 400,000. He added less than 10 years ago there were 1.5 million Christians in Iraq, and now “there are fewer than a couple hundred thousand.”
“There is a global war on Christians and we’ve got to do more about it. And if you don’t do something about it, you’re guilty of Christophobia,” he said.