At the weekend she should receive the “Peace Prize”, this has now been postponed
„What you did to the least of my brothers, you did that to me“Is a Christian motto according to Matthew chapter 25, verse 35. The commandment to love one’s neighbor applied to the Brothers in faith, not all people back then. Today this is usually carried over to all conceivable neighbors and second neighbors on the continents, not just to the people in the area.
Monastic love for everyone? But not for certain Christians? I couldn’t believe my eyes when I had to read such sentences from a monastery director that she gave to the Badische Zeitung in an interview. E.g. one The benevolent woman does not grant a monastery asylum to Christians who have been persecuted and who came to Germany via France. She leaves this one deport at the risk that France will not grant asylum because he entered there via a safe third country.
But open arms for Muslims who entered via Hungary and did not apply for asylum there. Here, too, neither asylum nor any other residence status were granted and would therefore have to return: “In 2016, a young man from Iraq and a young German woman stood in front of the door of the monastery who supported the man. He was desperate because he was supposed to be deported to Hungary, where he first entered the EU … “, justified the abbess opening her monastery to meet the man in front of the”deportation“To preserve Hungary. What is wrong. Nobody is deported from Germany, but returned more comfortably than the journey was. He felt badly treated in Hungary, but Austria lies between there and here. Presumably he wanted to come here because of his bride or for some other known reason. However, the law on aliens and asylum is not yet a request.
The family of this migrant was surrounded by IS in Mosulthe Muslim man argues. His brother was or was killed there. Not a word was said about what became of the family in the interview. Mosul was indeed a contested city in 2015/16. Main target of the “Islamic State“, But were more Christians than Muslims …
“Mosul looks back on a 1600 year old Christian tradition. Until recently, the city was the seat of several archbishops of Eastern Churches of Syrian tradition…. The cathedral of the Syrian Orthodox Church of Antioch and at the same time the oldest church in the city is the St. Thomas Cathedral from the year 640 … of the Syrian Catholic Church. However, the Syrian Catholic cathedral served as the cathedral of the latter al-Tahira-Kathedrale from the 17th century, the 2017 almost complete destroyed was, but is to be rebuilt. The Chaldean Catholic Church, on the other hand, had its bishopric in the Middle Ages Mart-Meskinta-Kircheuntil it was relocated to the 18th century Chaldean al-Tahira cathedral in the 1980s …
After the capture of Mosul by fighters of the ISIS group or by the Islamic State, the Christian residents were given the choice of either leaving the city, converting to Islam or being executed. The vast majority of Christians then left Mosul at the end of July, so the Christian tradition of the city comes to an end for the time being came. According to Archbishop Louis Raphaël I. Sako lived when ISIS came to power there were still 25,000 Christians in Mosul, according to the BBC, it actually was 35.000…
On February 2, 2015, Islamic State terrorists blew up in Mosul one of the largest and oldest Chaldean Catholic churches in Iraq, the Church of the Virgin Mary. In April 2016, the historic Roman Catholic Church of Our Lady of the Hour from the 19th century was destroyed. (from Wikipeda)
A memorable story from Mosul presented Open Doors 2017 with this report. A young man had joined IS. Christians were expelled or cruelly murdered. This also took part in their expulsion. A few days after the forced Christian exodus, while walking through the city, he saw men his age hanging on four crosses, guarded by two IS fighters. Ten meters away from the crosses, he looked up at the bloody men and heard one of these men beg God to forgive the IS fighters. The others sang in a weary voice, “Zeedo el-Maseeh tasbeeh – Praise Jesus Christ more and more.“
Traumatized, he left IS and was able to flee. His way led to Istanbul, where he heard the song of the four crucified again from a group of people – and then joined the Christians. He returned converted back to Mosul, like many others. Back to a former stronghold of Christianity. Because in Turkey there are Christians almost only in the area around Istanbul and behind monastery walls.
So it can’t be this manknocking on the door of the convent with his bride. It is also not reported that he converted to Christianity in the monastery, which gives him so much charity. Is there any attempt in church or monastery asylum to convince Muslims that their belief is a wrong path that causes so much harm everywhere in Islamic states? Besides Open Doors, I know of another organization that is successful in defusing living time bombs – the conversion of Muslims and even former Islamists.
But no, our churches and monasteries prefer to fondle Muslims and show our fellow believers the door. Like this abbess who is due to stand trial this month. You had to because of 30 times Aid for unauthorized residence in Germany be responsible. She does this with other abbesses and nuns. Women simply have a bigger heart for migrants. Even outside of the monastery walls, it is women, mostly single, who are the most active in the voluntary helpers and who also personally take migrants under their wing. But they won’t with that Göttingen Peace Prize excellent as the abbess planned for the weekend, but postponed. Other helpers lost their lives for or in spite of their willingness to help, as happened in Freiburg.
Why do persecuted Christians hardly make itto flee to us? In some cases, word got around that living together with Muslims is extremely conflict-prone and dangerous. They also know that there are few Christians with us who are willing to accept other Christians. Or they are among the migrants after all and are frightened and do not reveal themselves.
In Germany, for example, hardly any victims of war and terror are helpedHowever, migrants from the perpetrators’ environment are all the more likely. Just like the many criminals who made their way to Germany with the wave of migration. Some Amris are known by name, most not yet.