4 Out of 5 US Ambassadors Killed in the Line of Duty Were Slain by Muslims

It’s this odd phenomenon involving the Religion of Peace.

In the last 40 years, five US ambassadors were killed in the line of duty. 4 out of 5 were killed by Muslims.

Adolph “Spike” Dubs was murdered in Afghanistan in 1979 during an attempted Soviet rescue around the time that the puppet regime had gone to hell.

Francis E. Meloy Jr was kidnapped and murdered by the Palestinian Front for the Liberation of Palestine in Lebanon.

Cleo A. Noel Jr was murdered by the Palestinian Arab terrorist group Black September in Sudan at the Saudi Embassy in an attack that has some parallels with Benghazi. And the killers behind the attack were released to Egypt. Most were never seen again.

Rodger P. Davies was killed in Cyprus during tensions over the Turkish Muslim occupation and settlement of the area during a protest by Greek nationalists angry at President Ford’s collaboration in the Turkish invasion of Cyprus. It has generally been alleged that the gunman who killed Davies was Greek, but no conviction was ever secured and it may be that the real killer was a Turkish military sniper whose goal was to boost US support for the Turkish invasion.

The fifth was Christopher Stevens. It is telling that four out of five US ambassadors murdered in the last 40 years in the line of duty were killed by Muslims. And the fifth remains an open question.By

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