The American Center for Law and Justice has started an online petition to urge U.S. President Barack Obama to do more in the fight against the ISIS/ISIL terrorist group and destroy the Islamic Jihadist once and for all to stop the persecution of Christians.
In their petition, the ACLJ said that the Islamic State has been beheading, crucifying and slaughtering Christians and its radical armed component is threatening to terrorize America.
ACLJ said, "It is waging jihadist genocide against Christians, raping women, and enslaving children. Yet, President Obama has called ISIS a "JV" team. He says it can be "managed." He's flat wrong. And hundreds are dying daily. The only way to stop this evil and protect Christians is to defeat ISIS - militarily.
"At the ACLJ, we've exposed ISIS. We're working in Congress to protect Christians. Now we're demanding President Obama defeat and destroy ISIS."
The group is demanding action against the Islamic jihadist now and told Obama and the U.S. Obama that the "Pinprick air strikes and sending a handful of soldiers into Syria and Iraq won't stop ISIS. It's already failed. It's time for America to lead. It's time for America to protect Christians from genocide. Equip our troops and our allies to defeat and destroy ISIS."
The group also criticized the Obama administration's decision to send less than 50 Special Operations personnel to Syria that they described as a policy destined to fail. They said that Obama's decision to send "fewer than 50" Special Operations personnel into Syria indicate that he does not intend to "win and win decisively"?
The group writes in its official website, "It is becoming clear to all but the most obtuse observers that President Obama and his advisors have no clue what to do about Syria. When the President might have been able to make a difference in Syria, he hesitated. When his hesitation led to increased chaos, the red lines he announced were crossed with impunity, and the Syrian civil war began to spin out of control, he tried something different: appeasing our enemies and entering into an irresponsible treaty with state sponsor of terrorism Iran in the clearly mistaken hope that the Iranians would change their behavior and act civilly in the neighborhood (if one listens closely, one can hear the echo of Neville Chamberlain proclaiming he had achieved 'peace in our time'). One of the lessons I learned early on as a Second Lieutenant was that ''hope' is not a plan.' Would that our President and his Secretary of State had learned that fundamental truth."
Meanwhile, Islamic State extremists are advancing to the Christian town of Sadad after capturing the town of Maheen in the central Homs Province on Sunday. Fierce fighting has been reported in Sadad, home to an estimated 15,000 Syriac Orthodox Christians.
The ISIS/ISIL terror group began their offensive into Maheen on Saturday with two suicide bombers that killed or injured at least 50 government soldiers. The blasts forced soldiers loyal to the government to withdraw from Maheen, said the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
Since the fall of Maheen, the terrorist group has focused its attention to Sadad, which has 14 churches and one monastery.