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The New Western Totalitarians

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In the first century, Eric Metaxas writes, Jesus was asked whether the Jewish people, who were under pagan, Roman occupation, should pay taxes to Caesar. The Lord, of course, said we are to render unto Caesar what is Caesar’s, and unto God what is God’s. But in 21st century America, Caesar is angling for a better deal — and he’s ... Read More »

Terror attacks in Aleppo, Syria

Syria Aleppo attack 3.7.15 SANA

Terrorist organizations have targeted farmers in the southwestern countryside of sweida and have killed at least 5 persons in Aleppo city by mortar attacks, according to the official news agency (SANA).  (Photo: SANA) “The agency reported today that a terrorist organization in Jbib town set fire to several fields and launched mortar rounds on farmers in al-Kokh area, about 10km south-west ... Read More »

Photo exhibition show terrorists’ systematic destruction of Syria’s heritage

Syria Archeology destroyed by ISIS Ban Ki Moon   SANA

A photo exhibition opened at the headquarters of the United Nations in New York showing the damage caused to the Syrian cultural heritage at the hands of the terrorist organizations. “Pictures of Syrian archeological sites and monuments before and after the destruction intentionaly inflicted by the terrorists were showcased at the exhibition, which is organized by the Ministry of Tourism ... Read More »

In a Middle East rebuilt on intolerant ideologies, there is likely to be little place for beleaguered minorities

Iraq, Mosul 2012, Getty

he past decade has been catastrophic for the Arab world’s beleaguered 12 million strong Christian minority, writes The Guardian. “In Egypt revolution and counter-revolution have been accompanied by a series of anti-Copt riots, killings and church burnings. In Gaza and the West Bank Palestinian Christians are emigrating en masse as they find themselves uncomfortably caught between Netanyahu’s pro-settler government and ... Read More »

Hillary Clinton – the defender of corporate capitalism in American politics

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RT: Even if Hillary Clinton wins the presidential race and upholds to her promises, there’ll still be 50 million people in abject poverty and generations living in debt, said Ben Manski, campaign manager for 2012 Green Party Presidential candidate Jill Stein. Hillary Clinton has officially confirmed she’s running for President. She addressed supporters in New York on Saturday. That was ... Read More »

Russian Jews face grave dangers if Putin is ousted, warns senior rabbi

Russia Jews in synagogue RIA Novosti

Russian Jews would be in serious danger if Russian President Vladimir Putin was ever ousted from power, a senior Russian rabbi has stated. He added, the current government guarantees the safety of Jewish people better than many Western powers do. (Photo: RIA Novosti) “The Jews of Russia must realize the dangers inherent in the possible collapse of the Putin government, understand ... Read More »

Syria: Assyrian Priest Fr. Jacques Murad Kidnapped in Homs

Syria Homs kidnapping Fr Jacques Murad

On May 21, an Assyrian Catholic priest and a deacon were kidnapped in Homs, Syria, Raymond Ibrahim reports.  “According to witnesses, two armed men riding a motorcycle entered the grounds of the Mar Ilyan al-Sharqi monastery of the Assyrian Catholic Church around 3 pm. The kidnappers forced the head of the monastery, Fr. Jacques Murad, and Deacon Hanna Boutros, into ... Read More »

BBC is anti-Christian, according to the Corporation’s own survey

Anti Christian Europe UK Eastenders

 The BBC is anti-Christian and ageist – according to a survey it carried out itself. Viewers also felt that minority groups were over-represented by the Corporation, writes the Daily Mail. “They expressed concerns over ‘tokenism’ and ‘box-ticking’ and warned the broadcaster against trying to ‘manipulate’ an equal society instead of reflecting reality. The survey was conducted as part of the ... Read More »