The most monstrous aspect of the horror and terror of non-Muslims living in Muslim majority countries is that it's the UN that decides gets who is allowed to migrate from their sharia control-ridden lands to the US under the "refugee resettlement status." The Obama administration is importing whole Muslim communities from Islamic countries like Afghanistan and Pakistan and Somalia. Their refugee status is determined by the UN. The "diversity" immigration numbers are doubling, tripling in some months.
The UN is driven by the largest world body, the OIC, an organization made up of only Muslim countries (56 of them and the "Palestinian" territories). Do you think they are going to vote to free the infidel, the kuffar from their brutal clutches? UN control over the "humanitarian" refugee program in the US is discrimination against groups like the nearly extinct Christians who have fled Iraq, the all but extinct Jews in Muslim countries, the Hindus, Sikhs, Coptic Christians, et al.
Obama has abandoned religious minorities that are being crushed in the wake of his alliance with jihadist revolutions. As the violence continues to escalate against Christian women and children in Egypt, part of Obama's anti-freedom foreign policy is to suppress the horror of what is happening under his watch. He has gone so far as to remove the Religious Freedom Section from the State Department's Human Rights reports.
"Citing Taliban strife, Afghan Sikhs and Hindus ask UN for asylum" Stripes.com (hat tip Vijay)
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KABUL — Living in a deeply religious, overwhelmingly Muslim nation, Afghan Sikhs and Hindus have suffered their share of hardships: taunts, attacks, desecration of cremation sites, marginalization and poverty. Many possess a bottomless collection of grim tales.
Few of their stories, however, are from the five years of fundamentalist Islamic theocracy imposed by the Taliban, who made Hindus and Sikhs wear yellow badges, or even the brutal wars of the 1980s and ’90s.
It is the 11 years since the U.S. invaded Afghanistan that has left the community decimated by emigration and remaining members desperately trying to find a way out.
With echoes of the mass migration of Iraqi Christians, who faced violence and threats during the Iraq War, Afghan Sikhs and Hindus with the means rushed to find asylum elsewhere as the still-wobbly government in Kabul has struggled to protect one of the few religious minorities left in the country.
Now, much of the dwindling population is trying to leave en masse. On Tuesday, their leader submitted letters to the United Nations and the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, asking for help finding asylum for the remaining members of the Afghan community.