3:52 AM.

Deeply troubled by a pressing awareness of the female captives of The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, I intercede. I know the name of only one, Kayla Meuller, (1988-2015) an American and the personal sex slave (involuntary wife) of the self-proclaimed caliph of the reborn Levant, Abu Bakr-al Baghdadi.

Under Al Baghdadi’s leadership, Islam has restored institutional slavery. According to an August 14, 2015 New York Times article “A growing body of internal policy memos and theological discussions has established guidelines for slavery, including a lengthy how-to manual issued by the Islamic State Research and Fatwa Department just last month. Repeatedly, the ISIS leadership has emphasized a narrow and selective reading of the Quran and other religious rulings to not only justify violence, but also to elevate and celebrate each sexual assault as spiritually beneficial, even virtuous.”

These female sex slaves haunt my dreams and sleep usually only comes on the heels of intercession for them followed by thanksgiving for the means to protect my daughter and granddaughters under our Second Amendment.  Islamists walk among us.  It is lunacy to imagine they could  resist the lure of Obama’s unenforced borders and Obama’s indiscriminate visas.

Today, I was made aware of some ancient practices of Islam regarding male slaves. I will not assault my readers with the details of such burdensome knowledge, expecting that such depths of demonic thought will never naturally occur in the mind of any member of Western Civilization.

Suddenly, images of the latest revelations of the common practices of Planned Parenthood come to mind. A hollow pit fills my stomach and there’s no point in seeking sleep any longer.

Oh, esteemed countrymen, no amount of clinical antiseptic can cleanse our land from the murder of our most innocent. How can we presume to ask protection from the barbaric practices of Islam when the moral divide between us remains so narrow?  How can we tolerate the institutionalized violence against unborn babies and then expect God’s protection against the institutionalized violence of ISIL against the rest of humanity.  God is not fooled by the pretense of “medical care”  for abortion any more than He is fooled by the pretense of “religious virtue” for sadistic rapist killers.   Both American abortion and Islamic Jehad have this in common: They both produce physical pain beyond description.  Waterboarding?  Really?  This is the nation that chemically burns unborn babies to death or rips them limb from limb and then sells their body parts for money.  When God looks at nations, what difference does he see between America and The Levant besides pretense?

If we cannot abolish abortion, then we must exhaust ourselves in pushing it back to the absolute shortest gestational limits of national tolerance.   Because when it comes to seeking divine protection from the evil spawns of Islam, the best place to be heard is from God’s side of the moral divide. Through repentance and correction we can widen the chasm between the righteous and the unrighteous nations. Only then can we hope for protection from the nail-scarred hands of the “Lion of Judah.”