Saturday, October 19, 2013

DISCLOSURE: Religious Undertone Behind Military Intervention in the Middle East

Statue of Jesus Christ, cast in Armenia, erected in Syria

A statue of Jesus Christ has been installed in war-torn Syria. The statue titled “I have come to save the world” rises above the historic pilgrimage route from Constantinople to Jerusalem, on top of the mountain near the Monastery of the Cherubim in the Syrian city of Saidnaya (2,100 meters above sea level), Komsomolskaya Pravda reports.

The height of the bronze statue is 39 m together with the plinth, which is taller than the statue of the Christ in Rio de Janeiro (38 m).

One can see the sculpture from Lebanon, Jordan, Palestine, and Israel. The installation coincided with the Orthodox feast day of the Protection of the Most Holy Virgin Mary and the Muslim feast of Kurban Bayram.

The military actions were stopped in the region during the three days the statue was being installed. The statue was cast in Armenia.


Another example of Divide and Conquer techniques. 

And this is the type of action that is being created from the chaos, religion is a powerful tool of mind control:

Syrian Rebels Replace Christian Crosses With Al-Qaeda Flags
Alissa Tabirian
CNS News
October 11, 2013

A Syrian rebel group affiliated with Al Qaeda desecrated two Christian churches in Northern Syria late last month, replacing their crosses with the symbolic black flag of jihad.

The rebels also destroyed relics, painting and statues allegedly in response to the city’s anti-sectarian protests against the jihadist Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

“We in the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights strongly condemn such sectarian actions that contradict the Syrian people’s demands in justice, freedom, democracy and equality,” the group said.

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