The story that is not told

The Canada Free Press has this article on the slaughtered “Egyptian citizens,” as Obama calls them. But there is more to the story than the graphic brutality. It needs to be told, as the author says. Even better, to be understood.

Victory over ISIS found in last words uttered by Christians

By Judi McLeod February 17, 2015

The blood of the innocents turned the sea red when ISIS slaughtered 21 Coptic Christians on a lonely Libyan beach on Feb. 15, 2015, but that should never be allowed to stand as the end of their story. …continue reading at CFP>

 

Dear Jesus, their lives are not in vain.
 
Update: Holder fields question about their terminology deficit.

Stop worrying about what we call it, or what it is. But “what we do about it” has not been any clearer than their creative terminology.

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