Allen West: SHOCK REPORT! Look Who Just Made the List of 12 Nations for Worst CHRISTIAN persecution

Christians have always been persecuted, but in some areas, it is much worse than you could possibly imagine. You will be shocked when you read through this list. They are not all Muslim dominated nations. It is getting much closer to home than you were expecting. Read the list and why these nations made the cut and see who made the “noteworthy” of consideration.

As Written By Allen B. West:

I find it rather humorous that the progressive socialist left is up in arms because Christians from the Middle East are receiving priority entry into the United States. Funny, we heard nothing from the left when these same Christians were being refused entry, and many — Assyrians, Chaldeans, and Copts — had family already established here in America.

It appears that the left has deemed insidious protected status for Muslims, not realizing no foreign national has a right to enter the United States. It is a privilege that we as Americans reserve the right to deny, and our president has the enumerated power to restrict, for concerns of the safety of our citizens. Sadly, folks like the progressive socialist left in America, along with Angela Merkel in Germany, don’t comprehend that.

Muslims — protected. Christians? Not so much. And it appears to be getting much worse very close to home.

The Christian Post reports, The United States has for the first time been named among the top 12 nations where Christians are targeted for their faith by a persecution watchdog group in its “Hall of Shame” report for 2016. 2016 Hall of Shame Report.pdf

“We felt it was very important this year that we highlight three countries where religious discrimination and persecution are deemed unusual but have reached a certain threshold of concern. These are Mexico, Russia, and sadly, the United States,” explained in a press release Jeff King, president of International Christian Concern. 

“While conditions in the US are in no way comparable to other countries on the list, a certain segment of the culture and the courts seem to be intent on driving faith out of the public square. There have been too many court cases with bad decisions to miss the clear trend line.”

The ICC report divides the 12 countries into three categories. Nigeria, Iraq, Syria and North Korea were listed among “the worst of the worst”. India, China, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, and Egypt were listed as “core” countries of persecution. Finally, the U.S., Mexico, and Russia were identified as “new and noteworthy” nations where Christians are facing increased persecution.”

Another report on Christian persecution doesn’t yet include the U.S., but the list is noteworthy for another reason.

As reported by the Christian Post, “Persecution watchdog group Open Doors USA has ranked the top 50 most dangerous places for Christians in the world today in its 2017 World Watch List, with North Korea once again topping the list. 

“For Christians in the West, the Open Doors World Watch List is a clear indicator that we need to advocate on behalf of those who do not have the same religious freedom privileges we do,” said David Curry, president and CEO of Open Doors USA. “We hope the Trump administration will address religious liberties in the first 100 days in office.” 

Open Doors revealed that persecution rose globally for a third year in a row, with countries in South and Southeast Asia rising rapidly in danger levels, almost matching the severe persecution Christians face in the Middle East and Sub-Saharan Africa. The watchdog group estimated that close to 215 million Christians experience “high, very high or extreme persecution” in the countries that made the top 50 ranking.

Researchers with Open Doors used a points-based scale to rank the worst persecutors of Christians around the world, with the top 10 list going as follows:
1. North Korea (92 points)
2. Somalia (91 points)
3. Afghanistan (89 points)
4. Pakistan (88 points)
5. Sudan (87 points)
6. Syria (86 points)
7. Iraq (86 points)
8. Iran (85 points)
9. Yemen (85 points)
10. Eritrea (82 points)

Did you notice? Six of the seven countries listed in President Trump’s (and Barack Obama’s) executive order as “terrorist hot spots” are in the top ten worst countries for persecution of Christians…and the ….


SHOCK report: 12 worst nations for CHRISTIAN persecution – look who just made the list – Allen B. West –



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  • Beckah

    It’s time to “re-define” what the 1st Amendment REALLY means!

    • usmadgirl

      I don’t think we need to “re-define” the 1st Amendment. We just need to drill what it REALLY means into the criminal, communist minds of the “totalitarian” left! They have problems comprehending anything they don’t like; so they twist it to their liking even though it makes absolutely no sense to anyone with common sense!

  • Bob

    I’m surprised Saudi Arabia is NOT on the list, with quite a few other muslim nations in the middle east.

  • NamMedic

    The Christian Solders, in the US, will rise up and vanquish the Muslims and the socialists/communists in the Dumbocrat party.

  • Ted R. Weiland

    Formally set in place in 1789 with the adoption of Amendment 1:

    “…Although the First Amendment does not allow for establishing one religion over another, by eliminating Christianity as the federal government’s religion of choice (achieved by Article 6’s interdiction against Christian test oaths), Amendment 1 authorized equality for all non-Christian and even antichristian religions. When the Constitution failed to recognize Christian monotheism, it allowed Amendment 1 to fill the void by authorizing pagan polytheism.

    “Amendment 1 did exactly what the framers proclaimed it could not do: it prohibited the exercise of monotheistic Christianity (except within the confines of its church buildings) and established polytheism in its place. This explains the government’s double standard regarding Christian and non-Christian religions. For example, court participants entering the United States District Court of Appeals for the Middle District of Alabama must walk by a statue of Themis, the Greek goddess of justice. And yet, on November 18, 2002, this very court ruled that Judge Roy Moore’s Ten Commandments Monument violated the First Amendment’s Establishment Clause. Despite many Christians’ protests against this hypocrisy, it was in keeping with the inevitable repercussions of the First Amendment.

    “…Christians hang their religious hat on Amendment 1, as if some great moral principle is carved therein. They have gotten so caught up in the battle over the misuse of the Establishment Clause – the freedom from religion – that they have overlooked the ungodliness intrinsic in the Free Exercise Clause – the freedom of religion….”

    For more, see online Chapter 11 “Amendment 1: Government-Sanctioned Polytheism” of “Bible Law vs. the United States Constitution: The Christian Perspective” at

    Then find out how much you REALLY know about the Constitution as compared to the Bible. Take our 10-question Constitution Survey at and receive a complimentary copy of a book that EXAMINES the Constitution by the Bible.

  • 1madgrannie

    Oddly enough, I was just watching a show that was talking about how the Christians drove the Muslims out of Europe and back to Africa. Now, here we are in 2017 and because of pc azzwipes like Obama, Merkel, etc. etc. we are right back to the Crusades again. Just proves that people never learn from history. How sad.