On December 24, 2015, bi-weekly New American posted an article, entitled, Somalia Bans Christmas Again, Says It’s “Not Relevant” to Islam. The article is penned by Zionist writer Bob Adelmann (Jewish). In the article he claims that country’s so-called Islamic regime in Mogadishu has banned Somali Christians to celebrate Christmas this year. There are about 1,000 Christians in country’s ten million Muslim population. Let’s not forget, Israel found a tiny Somali Jewish clan called Yibbir.
Adelmann’s information of “Islamic discrimination” against Christian minorities comes from the US-based Open Doors, a propaganda arm of John Birch Society, a Jesuit (Masonic) organization.
Adelmann says that the ban on Christmas celebration shows that Somali Muslims consider Christianity a threat to their faith.
“The threat isn’t from terrorists, although Christians have been occasionally targeted in Somalia. The real threat, it seems, is the message of Christmas: the entry of God the Son from eternity into time, bringing the hope of salvation to a lost world.”
No wonder preaching of Christianity or even gifting a copy of the New Testament to an Israeli Jew is a crime punishable with two years in jail. There are 130,000 Christians living among five million Jews in Israel. Before the illegal creation of the state of Israel in 1948, Christian population in that part of historic Palestine was over two million. They were forced to leave their ancestral homes by the anti-Christ Jewish terrorist gangs.
In January 2015, the Open Doors released its list of top worst of worst countries for Christians to live. They’re in sequence N. Korea, Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia, Maldives, Mali, Iran, Yemen, Eritrea, and Syria. In case some readers may not know – all these eleven nations don’t recognize Jewish occupation of Palestine – plus North Korea is not an “Islamic” country. Furthermore, there is no Christian citizen of Saudi Arabia. Foreign Christians who works for Saudi-ARAMCO, live in a huge barbed compound known ‘Saudi Tel Aviv’.
Watch a video below, showing a “unhappy Christmas” in Israeli occupied Bethlehem.