Not only are the U.S. administration's actions in the Middle East harming Israel but the same actions are precipitating Christian persecution in the region. This is a relatively long article but well worth the read:
The Vatican’s official news service Fides says events in Syria are proof U. S. policy and its support of jihadists is contributing to the death of the country’s Christians.“Already many Christians have been targeted by the Free Syrian Army, which reportedly includes al-Qaeda-style jihadists and Muslim Brotherhood members. Christians likely would face even more reprisal should Assad fall. Some Christians have already fled to Lebanon or Iraq, and there would be a mass exodus if the rebels take control,” Dykstra said.A day before Morsi announced the new cabinet, Muslims attacked a church and Christian homes in a village outside Cairo,” Dykstra said.“Under a Shariah state, attacks on Christians, like what was seen in Dahshur last week, will continue to increase, and those who incite violence against Christians will not be prosecuted. Christians will continue to be vulnerable and defenseless, having no assurance of protection,” Clay said.The situation is similar for other country’s in North Africa and the Middle East.WND also reported that the U. S. supported the Libyan rebels, which led to a Muslim Brotherhood-friendly government in that North African Arab nation.Dykstra gives Tunisia as an example of another Arab government that is feeling the pressure from the Arab Spring, as promoted by U. S. policy.“The Obama administration has embraced certain policies which guarantee the Christians will become ‘collateral’ damage throughout the region,” Rubin said. “Obama prefers to ‘lead from behind,’ but he forgets that those countries through which he prefers to work – Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey – often support the most radical elements among the Islamist oppositions and themselves promote hatred of Christianity.
The bottom line?
The U.S. Administration is actively supporting regime changes in these countries which are now engaging in extreme persecution against Christians and Jews.