Activists say US needs to do more to help persecuted Christians abroad, praises Trump

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Reaction from Fox News contributor, Mike Huckabee, and operating U-Bahn, Tim Ballard.

An activist who helped to reunite a mother with her 17-year-old daughter, who was five years held as an ISIS sex slave-applause President trump, for the call of the United Nations about his religious hypocrisy, and urged the United States to do more to help persecuted Christians around the globe.

“The President made it clear. He is the first President ever to the U. N. and they call this. Eighty percent of the world’s population live in countries where they enjoy freedom of religion. Christians are at the forefront of targeting. It is horrible,” Tim Ballard, founder of Operation Underground Railroad and CEO of the Nazarene Fund, said on a panel with Laura Ingraham. Both organisations help in the fight against human trafficking and religious persecution abroad.


Tim Ballard, Mike Huckabee spoke to Ingraham Monday evening, after the President received criticism from the left to skip to a U. N. summit on climate change. Trump instead used his visit to announce that his government, the assignment was an additional $25 million for the protection of the freedom of religion as well as religious sites and relics. He said the United States would also be an initiative with leadership to start the protection of religious freedom in the workplace.

“I think it is important to note that while the climate change people say, people are dying, you really can’t in the obituaries, but we can all probably said 11 people per day, which have been systematically murdered,” Huckabee Ingraham, echo and Ballard praise from trump.

“What the President did today was the groundbreaking, a truly decisive moment, he would go on his Chance to to the United Nations. He is fearless. And he sees these Nations in the eyes and says, you’re robbing the people of their most precious freedom. We have never had a President, even of the religious, who has the type of stand that President Trump today said at the United Nations,” Huckabee, a 2016 GOP presidential candidate and Fox News contributor.

Ballard shared a video shows the emotional reunion between a 17-year-old girl and her mother in Australia in August. At the age of 12 years who was taken captive girl, from her village in Northern Iraq and brought into Syria, where she was held for five years as an ISIS sex slave. Both, the mother and the daughter had thought each other were dead, according to Ballard.

“When I was in Northern Iraq, I spend a lot of time outside. Christian groups are those who are not getting the attention. They are the displaced group, we can find,” Ballard said. He called on the United States to allow to regulate more Christian refugees within their borders. Ingraham, meanwhile, noted, Nations, including North Korea, Afghanistan, Somalia, Libya, Pakistan, Sudan, Iran, Syria, Yemen, India, where Christians with severe persecution, adding that most of these Nations hold a Muslim majority.

Huckabee ended the segment by telling Al Sharpton, why evangelicals support Trump. In a monologue on MSNBC, the civil rights activist and Baptist pastor slammed, Evangelical Christians for the support of the President.

“Let me explain it to you, Al, it’s really easy. Number 1. He is pro-life. He is actually respect human life from the moment of conception and so many people, including you, but you claim that you’re one of us. Another thing that he believes in religious freedom. He’s doing really, really. He respects that pastors should not say, what they want from the pulpit. That is why evangelicals, to follow him. It is not because of what he is doing and go to Church. We do not expect that he is one of us, but he respects the Christians and he is no more and he has more today than the people on your side of the aisle have done in my life,” Huckabee said.


Trump has made freedom of religion a hallmark of his government and his push for more protection of religious groups helped him win the Christian-Evangelical vote – and, ultimately, of the White house in 2016.

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