Archive for 07/14/2014

“Moderate” Fatah Official Tells Palestinians To “Ask For Death”

07/14/2014 4 comments

For the promise of an eternal new “life” of endless sexual pleasures to follow in Mohammed’s perverted paradise. But unless there is a miraculous repentance and a complete rejection of Islam and its lies, those who love that which came into the world through sin will surely be among those who die in it …

Romans 5:12, “… sin entered the world through one man, and death through sin, and in this way death came to all people, because all sinned …”

John 8:24, “… [Jesus said] if you don’t believe that I Am [God], you will die in your sins.”

Speech of Mahmoud Abbas represented by Senior PA Official Zaki, 2/3/2013: “Mahmoud Abbas’ speech [will be delivered] by his representative, the leader Abbas Zaki… ‘If Jan. 1, 1965 became a national holiday (i.e., attempted terror attack on Israel’s National Water Carrier), then the battle of Karameh (1968) is the true date of birth [of Fatah] who wanted to fight against this enemy (the Israeli army) that retreated. People asked Moshe Dayan (then Israel’s Minister of Defense): ‘What happened to you, you with all the power at your disposal?’ He said: ‘What can I do if those facing me have decided to die? If they had done the opposite, the matter would have been determined.’ So ask for death, and life will be given to you.” Watch video.

Categories: Radical Islam

Muslim Persecution Of Christians, March 2014 (And The Callous Indifference Of The U.S. Gov’t)

07/14/2014 2 comments

Matthew 10:22, “And you will be hated by all for My name’s sake. But he who endures to the end will be saved.”

By Raymond Ibrahim, Gatestone Institute – “Along with an especially jarring list of atrocities committed against Christian minorities throughout the Islamic world, March also saw some callous indifference or worse from the U.S. government.

President Barack Obama was criticized by human rights activists for not addressing the plight of Christians and other minorities during his talks with leaders in Saudi Arabia, where Christianity is actively banned.

According to the Washington-based International Christian Concern [ICC] advocacy group, Obama did not ‘publicly broach the subject of religious freedom’ when he spoke on March 28 with Saudi King Abdullah, despite a letter from 70 members of Congress urging him to ‘address specific human rights reforms’ both in public and in direct meetings with the king and other officials.

‘This visit was an excellent opportunity for the president to speak up on an issue that affects millions of Saudi citizens and millions more foreign workers living in Saudi Arabia,’ said Todd Daniels, ICC’s Middle East regional manager. He added that it was ‘remarkable that the president could stay completely silent about religious freedom,’ despite pressure from Congress ‘to publicly address the issue, as well as other human rights concerns, with King Abdullah…’

U.S. officials reportedly responded by saying that ‘Obama had not had time to raise concerns about the kingdom’s human rights record.’

Separately, after the United States Institute for Peace [USIP] brought together the governors of Nigeria’s mostly Muslim northern states for a conference in the U.S., the State Department, citing ‘administrative’ problems, blocked the visa of the region’s only Christian governor, Jonah David Jang, an ordained minister. The USIP confirmed that all 19 northern governors were invited, but the organization did not respond to requests for comments on why it would hold talks without the region’s only Christian governor.

According to Emmanuel Ogebe, a Nigerian human rights lawyer based in Washington, the Christian governor’s ‘visa problems’ are due to anti-Christian bias in the U.S. government: ‘The U.S. insists that Muslims are the primary victims of Boko Haram. It also claims that Christians discriminate against Muslims in Plateau, which is one of the few Christian majority states in the north. After [Jang, the Christian governor] told them [U.S. authorities] that they were ignoring the 12 Shariah states who [sic] institutionalized persecution … he suddenly developed visa problems… The question remains—why is the U.S. downplaying or denying the attacks against Christians?’

March’s roundup of Muslim persecution of Christians around the world includes (but is not limited to) the following accounts, listed by theme and country alphabetical order, not necessarily according to severity.

The Slaughter of Christians

Egypt: During pro-Muslim Brotherhood riots, a young Coptic woman named Mary was murdered — simply because Read more…

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