Archive | June 27, 2013

Should Congress Declare War on Egypt?

The Congress shall have Power… To declare War… – U.S. Constitution, Article I, Sec. 8 In 1983, 241 Americans lost their lives in the Beirut Marine Barracks bombing. In 1993, the World Trade Center suffered its first attack and 18 Americans were killed in the Battle of Mogadishu in Somalia. The Khobar Towers bombing in […]

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Huma Abedin teams up with sister Heba in ‘Women for Weiner’ Fundraiser

We’re not sure why the ‘Women for Weiner’ movement is not objectionable to the homosexual movement but it has nonetheless been launched by Huma Abedin, the wife of New York City’s mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner, and her sister. Huma’s sister, Heba Aedin-Khalid, still sits on the Editorial Board of the Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs […]

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‘Conservative’ Congressman befriends Registered Socialist (Poisonous Snake) in Immigration debate

Rep. John Carter (R-TX) is recognized as one of the more conservative congressmen in the House. Yet, he has decided to be a member of his body’s ‘Gang of 8’ in the immigration debate. In this capacity, he has decided to team up with Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL) to push for a comprehensive immigration reform […]

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Video: Paul Ryan’s Incoherent defense of Amnesty

When it comes to the immigration debate, the Republican Party establishment obviously wants Senators and Congressmen who are perceived as conservatives to be at the tip of the spear in the debate. In the Senate, that person is Marco Rubio, who has been taking an increasing amount of heat from the base over his inexplicable […]

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If Cameron is serious about investigating the Muslim Brotherhood, he should start with his Foreign Commonwealth Office (FCO)

Anjem Choudary makes the case FOR Islamophobia; sets up IED hotline

When Michael Adebolajo beheaded British soldier Lee Rigby in broad daylight, it was soon learned that Adebolajo was an acolyte of Islamic cleric Anjem Choudary, who then doubled down and wished Rigby to the ‘hellfire’. That the U.K. continues to put up with Choudary says more about the cowardice of its leaders than it does […]

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Yusuf Al-Qaradawi’s Deputy visits with Rashad Hussain – who should have been fired three years ago – at White House

When the George W. Bush administration began welcoming into the White House, leaders of Muslim Brotherhood groups in America – with the help of Grover Norquist and Suhail Khan – it represented the camel’s nose inside the tent. Little more than a decade later, when Rashad Hussain, Barack Obama’s envoy to the Organization of Islamic […]

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Syrian Cleric: Christians Now Obligated To Pay Jizya Tax

From AINA: I commend the two Subcommittees for holding this critically important and timely hearing today. The question of the treatment of religious minorities concerns America’s core values as a nation, but, in recent foreign policy, it is one that the United States has too often failed to address, with tragic results. It represents a […]

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“Arab Spring” Detrimental To Christians

From Bishara A. Bahbah of AZ Central: The Arab Spring, celebrated by the world with the hope that autocratic dictators will make way for new democratic and popularly elected leaders, is a disaster in the making. Two and a half years ago, police confiscated the cart of a Tunisian vegetable seller, and he responded by […]

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Staying in the Face of Persecution: The Martyrdom of a Syrian Monk

From Matthew Block of First Things: A few Fridays back, President Munib A. Younan of the Lutheran World Federation (LWF) spoke to the LWF’s Council in Geneva about rising persecution of Christians in the Middle East, urging Christians there to remain as a witness to others. “We are seeing a global rise in extremism,” he […]

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The Murder Of Father Franҫois Mourad

From The Religious Freedom Coalition: Jerusalem (AsiaNews) – “Fr. Franҫois Mourad’s killing of is a sad occurrence and a blow to all the friars of the Custody of the Holy Land,” said Fr Pizzaballa, Custos of the Holy Land, as he spoke with AsiaNews about the Syrian clergyman who died on Sunday in al-Ghassaniyah, a […]

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Christians Will Be Massacred If Assad Goes

From Catholic Online : Christians preceded Muslims in calling Syria their home. They must not be forced to leave this ancient and holy land. We are living in a new missionary age. Whether in the West, where the memory of Christian influence fades under increasing persecution inflicted by rabid secularism and godless materialism and nihilism, […]

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Christians Persecuted In Iraqi Despite New Constitution

From Christian Post: “Iraqi Christians have suffered much injustice and marginalization. Even their rights are being ignored in the new constitution,” Eklimis told Mideast Christian News. “We aim to get our rights by initiating article 125 of the constitution, which is based on self-management of Christian areas,” Eklimis explained. Eklimis stated that his list seeks […]

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More Than One Million Christians Have Left Iraq Since 2003

From Reinhard Backes: In the 1st century AD the Christian faith was brought to Assyria and Mesopotamia, probably by the apostles Thomas and Jude. On what is now the territory of Iraq Christians represented the majority of the population for centuries. Only after the conquests by Arab-Islamic military commanders from the mid-7th century on did […]

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“After he refused to renounce his faith … They slit his throat with sharp objects”

From BosNewsLife: ABUJA, NIGERIA (BosNewsLife)– Nigerian Islamic militants have threatened a massive bloodbath after killing at least two Christians in recent days, forcing thousands of people to flee their villages along Nigeria’s northeast, refugees said Saturday June 22. The reported threats came as local believers were mourning Christian Toma Vongjen, 40, who was reportedly killed […]

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Syrian Christians Take Up Arms And Fight Back

From The Telegraph: The Christian community has tried to avoid taking sides in the civil war. In Aleppo, it recruited vigilantes from the Boy Scout movement to protect churches, but as the war moved into the city and spread across its suburbs they have begun to accept weapons from the Syrian army and joined forces […]

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