It looks like Pope Francis has more gall that Obama to face the massacres happening via ISIS in the Middle East. Check it out…
The Pope last night backed military action in Iraq to stop the bloody persecution of thousands of Christians by Islamist fanatics.
In a dramatic intervention, Pope Francis said military force could be justified against the murderous extremists of Islamic State in order to counter their ‘unjust aggression’.
He also revealed he is considering making an extraordinary visit to northern Iraq to show solidarity with Christians who are being murdered, raped and driven from their homes by the terrorists who have seized control of large swathes of Iraq.
His intervention came at the end of another day of fast-moving developments in which:
-David Cameron faced criticism for heading off for a second summer holiday just hours after warning that Islamic State terrorists could bring ‘mayhem to our own streets’ unless they are crushed;
-It emerged that Defence Secretary Michael Fallon has also gone on holiday only a day after warning that the British military could be involved in Iraq for months;
-US President Barack Obama broke off from his summer holiday in order to deal with the crisis and other domestic issues;
-Downing Street ruled out the use of combat troops and played down the prospect of direct British involvement in air strikes;
Read more: Daily Mail
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