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Billy Graham: America Just as Wicked as Sodom and Gomorrah

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In a commentary in the October 2014 edition of Decision magazine published by the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, Rev. Billy Graham boldly compared the U.S. to Sodom and Gomorrah, deserving of the judgment of God but able to be saved by hearts made pure by Christ and willing to pray for the nation’s protection. “We have come to a place where ... Read More »

ISIS destroy “Allat God” statue in Palmyra

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Terrorists of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) destroyed on Thursday statue of “Allat God” in Palmyra, which is considered as one of the important historical statues that date back to the 2nd century A.D. “ISIS terrorists have destroyed one of the most important unearthed statues in Syria in terms of quality and weight… it was discovered in ... Read More »

UNESCO: Destruction of Syrian, Iraqi ruins reached unprecedented levels

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Director General of United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Irina Bokova said on Thursday that the deliberate looting, destruction of the Syrian,Iraq historical sites have reached unprecedented levels in the contemporary history. “Terrorists of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, ISIS, loot the ruins and sell them to traffickers to collect money,” Bokova said at a meeting ... Read More »

400 New Foreign Fighters Join Kurdish Militia

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Hundreds of foreign fighters including Westerners have joined the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) militia in Syria in recent months, according to a report Thursday, TeleSur reports. (Photo: YPG) “Over 400 international fighters have flocked to the YPG’s ranks in recent months, according to the U.K.-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR). The YPG aims to carve out political autonomy for regions in Syria’s predominantly ... Read More »

Muslim Europe: the demographic time bomb transforming the continent


Britain and the rest of the European Union are ignoring a demographic time bomb: a recent rush into the EU by migrants, including millions of Muslims, will change the continent beyond recognition over the next two decades, and almost no policy-makers are talking about it, writes JewsNews. “The numbers are startling. Only 3.2 per cent of Spain’s population was foreign-born ... Read More »

Islamic Jizya: Fact and Fiction

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Muslim demands for non-Muslim “infidels” to pay jizya on pain of death are growing, even as the West fluctuates between having no clue what jizya is and thinking that jizya is an example of “tolerance” in Islam, writes Raymond Ibrahim. In the video where the Islamic State slaughters some 30 Christian Ethiopians in Libya last April, the spokesman repeatedly pointed ... Read More »

Key groups in European persecution of Christians


Legal counsel Paul Coleman has spoken of the increasing persecution of Christians in Europe, identifying the main groups driving ideological agendas counter to Church teaching. “Anti-Christian ideologies at the U.N. are “being advanced by three different groups,” Coleman told CNA in a March 23 interview, the first being “activist organizations, the primary drivers behind the movement.” “Then you have liberal, ... Read More »

European Christian Persecution Is Already Here

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European Christian persecution is already in here. Starting Sunday, young British girls in the Girlguiding organization will be singing a different mantra, changing “love my God” into a godless “to be true to myself and develop my beliefs”, writes Freedom Outpost.” Is America ready for the coming storm? “The decline of Christianity in Western Europe is alarming. While we were ... Read More »

The global persecution of churchgoers is the unreported catastrophe of our time

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Imagine if correspondents in late 1944 had reported the Battle of the Bulge, but without explaining that it was a turning point in the second world war, writes The Spectator. (Ill: The Spectator) “Or what if finance reporters had told the story of the AIG meltdown in 2008 without adding that it raised questions about derivatives and sub-prime mortgages that ... Read More »