Saudi Arabia: 27 Christians Arrested For “Conducting Christian Prayers” In Private Residence (Video)

Saudi Arabia: 27 Christians Arrested For “Conducting Christian Prayers” In Private Residence (Video)

Churches are strictly forbidden in Saudi Arabia and converting to Christianity is punishable by death.  The percentage of Saudi Arabians who are Christians is near zero.  The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is an Islamic theocratic monarchy in which Islam is the official religion.

Christians are being systematically annihilated in Arab countries and Obama takes in less than 1% of them while flooding the United States with thousands of Muslims.

The punishment for reading the Bible in Saudi Arabia is that your right hand is shredded in a large shredding machine.  The four fingers and thumb are cut to the bone forty or fifty times. Muscles and nerves are severed so as to render the hand useless in the future.

Christians are being systematically annihilated in Arab countries and Obama takes in less than 1% of them while flooding the United States with thousands of Muslims.

The 27 Christians that Saudi Arabian officials recently arrested for the crime of “conducting Christian prayers” and being “in possession of Bibles,”reports Arab media. They were lucky.  Their fates could have been far more brutal.

Members of the Committee for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice, or religious police, attend a training course in Riyadh April 29, 2009 . REUTERS/Fahad Shadeed (SAUDI ARABIA MILITARY RELIGION)

Members of the Committee for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice, or religious police, attend a training course in Riyadh April 29, 2009 . REUTERS/Fahad Shadeed (SAUDI ARABIA MILITARY RELIGION)

According to Jihad Watch ,  The group of Christians, most if not all of whom were Lebanese nationals, were celebrating a Virgin Mary feast day when authorities stormed their residence and arrested them.

Authorities, the dreaded “religious police,” proceeded to strip them of their visas and deport them back to Lebanon. Ironically, this is a much better fate than that suffered by other Christians caught engaging in “acts of Christianity” in the Islamic kingdom, including torture and long jail sentences.

For example, back in 2012, 35 Christian Ethiopians were arrested and abused in prison for almost a year, simply for holding a private house prayer. One of them reported after being released: “They [Saudis] are full of hatred towards non-Muslims.”

As of this time [August 30], no Western language media has reported this most recent harassment, arrest, abuse, and deportation of Christians privately celebrating their faith in the Arabian Peninsula, that is, the birthplace of Islam.

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