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Soon after insisting that his 2009 Stimulus bill be quickly passed by Congress lest unemployment ever rise above 8%, President Barack Hussein Obama's first foreign policy trip was an Apology Tour to the Middle East. The message: the Islamic world had nothing to fear from this son of a Muslim, non-Bush-cowboy.

President Obama went on abandon surge-fought-for-gains in Iraq, leaving no American footprint; promise date-certain withdrawal to Taliban and al Qaeda enemies in Afghanistan; and beg Iran's apocalyptic terror-regime for unconditional nuclear negotiations, while they mowed down freedom-seeking Green revolutionary youth in the streets.

Yes, after unemployment went over 10%, he finally allowed Navy Seals to kill an Usama bin Laden they had had in their sights for many months but then changed NASA's mission from maintaining American superiority in science, space and defense to "Muslim outreach." More appeasement followed with the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, leading terrorists to safe havens from behind in Benghazi, leaving Russian and Iranian puppet Assad in control of a red-line-erased Syria and finally dated Iran's head terrorist.

In return for all that liberal Democrat's good will? Christians are being slaughtered to the brink of extinction in the non-Holy Land where Zionists don't have fences to protect them.

Given the Obama Administration's deafening silence on the subject, many Americans may have been shocked that the situation had become so dire that the future King of England risked excommunication from the Church of Man-made Global warming and Facebook de-friending by its Pope, Al Gore, by re-converting to Christianity:

After visiting British branches of Middle Eastern churches, Britain's Prince Charles reached the conclusion that "Christians in parts of the Middle East are being deliberately targeted by Islamist militants in a campaign of persecution."

The Prince of Wales visited the Egyptian Coptic Church in Stevenage, north of London, and the Syriac Orthodox cathedral in west London. In talking with church leaders, accompanied by Prince Ghazi of Jordan, Charles heard tales of massive persecution following the 2011 "Arab Spring."

"For 20 years I have tried to build bridges between Islam and Christianity to dispel ignorance and misunderstanding," Charles said in a speech later at Clarence House, attended by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Archbiship of Westminster and the Chief Rabbi, reports BBC.

Charles acknowledged "we have now reached a crisis where bridges are rapidly being deliberately destroyed by those with a vested interest in doing so. This is achieved through intimidation, false accusation and organized persecution including to the Christian communities in the Middle East at the present time."

The persecution of Christians across the Muslim world is probably the most under-reported story of the past several years.

We aim to end that circumstance and we applaud the return of a prodigal son to the fold in the United Kingdom. Hopefully a climate change acolyte can help change the climate in the U.S. for action to protect Christians worldwide. Sadly, our Commander in Chief considers Islam's call to prayer the most beautiful sound on earth and always refers to the Koran as "holy" and Racist Louis Farrakhan of the Nation of Islam by the "minister" honorific.

Prince Charles may need to make a Charles and John Wesley-like missionary trip to the White House to change that climate.

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