sábado, 14 de março de 2015

Documento da ONU pede Açao Militar para Proteger Cristãos do ISIS, Vaticano apoia


Ontem, foi divulgado um documento foi iniciativa da Rússia, que se preocupa com os cristãos ortodoxos, mas tem co-autoria do Vaticano e do Líbano. Pede intervenção militar para proteger os cristãos e outras minorias no Oriente Médio.

Temos mais uma prova de que a "Consagração da Rússia à Nossa Senhora", pedido de Nossa de Fátima, teve efeito. Rússia reagiu, antes do Vaticano, líder da maioria cristã do mundo.

Bom, demorou. Mas ainda tem problemas, na minha opinião. A mensagem do Vaticano repete um mantra equivocado: 1) Não se pode usar o Islã para fazer atrocidades; 2) Não pedimos intervenção militar apenas porque para há cristãos sofrendo, mas todas as minorias. Duas concepções frágeis doutrinariamente, teologicamente e historicamente, na minha opinião.

Mas tudo bem.

O documento é assinado por diversos países, incluindo Estados Unidos, mas o Brasil não assinou (pelo menos ainda não).

Vejamos que países assinaram:

Russian Federation, Lebanon, Holy See, Andorra, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Canada, Congo, Croatia, Cuba, Cyprus, Denmark, El Salvador, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Hungary, Iceland, Iraq, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxemburg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Somalia, Sovereign Military Order of Malta, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States of America


Aqui vai o texto do documento:

“Supporting the Human Rights of Christians and Other Communities, particularly in the Middle East”, sponsored by the Russian Federation, Lebanon and the Holy See.
The Middle East is living in a situation of instability and conflict that recently have been aggravated. The consequences are disastrous for the entire population of the region.
The existence of many religious communities is seriously threatened. Christians are now especially affected. These days even their survival is in question. Efforts to build a better future for all are frustrated. We witness a situation where violence, religious and ethnic hatred, fundamentalist radicalism, extremism, intolerance, exclusion, destruction of the social fabric of whole societies and communities are becoming the features of a non-viable political and social model, endangering the very existence of many communities, the Christian community in particular.
Millions of people have been either displaced or forced to leave their ancestral lands. Those who stay in conflict zones or areas controlled by terrorist groups live under the permanent threat of human rights violations, repression and abuses. Both communities and individuals fall victim to barbaric acts of violence: they are deprived of homes, driven from their native lands, sold into slavery, killed, beheaded and burnt alive. Dozens of Christian churches, and ancient shrines of all religions have been destroyed. The situation of Christians in the Middle East, a land on which they are living for centuries and have the right to remain, raises deep concerns. There are more and more reasons to fear seriously for the future of the Christian communities that have more than two thousand years of existence in this region, where Christianity has its full place, and began its long history.
The positive contributions of Christians in the different countries and societies of the Middle East are well known and creative. We are confident that Governments, all civic and religious leaders in the Middle East, will join us in addressing this alarming situation by building together a culture of peaceful coexistence. In our globalized world, pluralism is an enrichment. The presence and the contributions of ethnic and religious communities reflect an ancient diversity and a common heritage. A future without the different communities in the Middle East will run a high risk of new forms of violence, exclusion, and the absence of peace and development.
We call upon the international community to support the deeply rooted historical presence of all ethnic and religious communities in the Middle East. Here world religions appeared, including Christianity. Now, they live a serious existential threat from the so-called “Islamic State” (Daesh) and Al-Qaida, and affiliated terrorist groups, which disrupts the life of all these communities, and creates the risk of complete disappearance for the Christians. This support will help the countries of the region to rebuild healthy plural societies and sound political systems, ensuring human rights and fundamental freedoms for all. Therefore we ask all States to reaffirm their commitment to respect the rights of everyone, in particular the right to freedom of religion, which is enshrined in the fundamental international human rights instruments.

(Agradeço a informação ao site Pewsitter)

3 comentários:

Anônimo disse...

O Brasil não entrou nessa lista graça a v., eleitor do PT, traíra de Cristo e da Igreja; idem, aliado dos muçulmanos!
Dando-lhe a corda para no futuro o enforcar!
Henoc

Anônimo disse...

Não se pode esquecer uma coisa: combater os muçulmanos na Russia gera votos e simpatia do povo, mas nem por isso se pode esquecer que a Russia está por detrás dos movimentos marxistas na A Latina e as aves de rapina do PT lhe são simpáticas.
Outra: os EUA(do Islã) estão a favor? A Russia está contra!
Comunistas agem de acordo com o oportunismo, sendo que no momento a ditadura de Putin estaria dissimulada de apoio a cristãos, creio!
Henoc

Pedro Erik disse...

É verdade, Henoc.
Mas como disse Tolkien até o mal serve ao bem.

Abraço
Pedro Erik