Iraqi Christians Fleeing ISIS Are Placed in a San Diego Prison


Over 300,000 Muslim immigrants were welcomed into the U.S. last year. We have seen this in the news, and many of us have questioned the motive of the White House in allowing these people into our country. We have a president who refuses to say “Islamic terrorists” because it is deemed politically incorrect.

Now he brings over almost one half million Muslims, of which many could be radicalized. Perhaps that is the plan? How many are associated with ISIS?

But now we find that Iraqi Christians, attempting to escape the brutality and slaughter by ISIS, and who came over our Mexican border, have been jailed for the last six months in a San Diego prison.

“It’s clear our border is open to everyone except Christians,”Mark Arabo, spokesman for the Minority Humanity Foundation, observed.

Arabo, along with fellow Iraqi Christians, prayed together outside of San Diego’s Otay Detention Facility. They prayed in protest of their fellow Christians being incarcerated for wanting to escape certain death at the hands of ISIS.

“For nearly six months now, the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) has imprisoned 20 Chaldean Catholics here for attempting to enter the United States from Mexico without prior approval. Rarely does the government comment about pending detainee cases. However, Arabo said the INS did tell the families that it lacked sufficient resources to go through individual case files to provide them with an explanation. Arabo suggests the families deserve better.” [1]

“We’re going to protest. We’re going to pray for the administration and the officials to open up their hearts and minds to the victims of genocide. We’re not going to stop and we’re going to hold them accountable,” he vowed.

Iraqi Christian Aamer Moshi served as an interpreter for the U.S. Army during the Iraq war.

Muslim extremists threatened his life because he worked for the Americans. Now, he’s living in San Diego and prays that his 26-year-old cousin Ziad Matty will soon be able to join him.

Matty was taken into INS custody last January. His case is finally scheduled to be heard later this week.

Moshi wonders why his cousin is still detained. He’s not an Islamic terrorist, explained Aamer, but a kind Christian who would not hurt anyone.

“Ziad will not be harmful to this country, will not be a danger to this country. Let him go live with his family. It’s not too much. He is young, he can work, he can pay taxes, he can be happy around his family, and his family will sponsor him,” Moshi said.

Just moments before the prayer vigil, word came that the mother of one of the detainees inside had died of cancer. The detainee had requested release for a day or two to go to the hospital and see her mother before she died. That request was denied.

These Chaldean Christians say that’s just another example of a broken immigration system.

Moshi said many of them now believe America’s early troop withdrawal from Iraq is to blame for the rise of ISIS. The jihadist group has been forcing Christians to convert to Islam, leave, or die.

“They did not finish the mission. And we cannot get papers to stay in America? Where should we go now?” Moshi asked.

“When did the symbol of America become a gated fence as opposed to the statue of Liberty?” Give me your poor, your huddled masses yearning to be free. These are those Christians,” he said. [1]

I read today that in late 2014, Obama appointed Fatima Noor  as a special assistant in the Office of the Director for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services in the Department of Homeland Security. She is a devout Muslim. Is it not crystal clear what this tyrant is doing to the United States of America?  Are we still wondering why BHO did not negotiate the release of Pastor Saeed from Iran?

This is only the beginning of persecution of Christians in America. Obama is a Muslim. There is no doubt about that.

I believe that God’s righteous judgment burns against America for the treatment of Christians and for becoming an enemy to Israel.