Worldwide approximately 100 million Christians are being persecuted because of their faith, according to estimates from the German aid organization Open Doors. An improvement to the situation is not in sight. DW: Mr. Müller, as a analyst for the German aid organization Open Doors, which supports persecuted Christians worldwide, you observed that the five countries in which Christians are being ... Read More »
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Chainsoff - Terrorism Today -Two days after ruler of Saudi Arabia, King Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz, announced an unprecedented donation of $100 million to the international counter-terrorism centre under the United Nations, a prominent newspaper in the most influential Gulf and Arab nation hailed the move saying terrorism should be confronted resolutely. Read More »
Cheryl K. Chumley of the Washington Times: A priest and another Christian were beheaded before a cheering crowd by Syrian insurgents who say they aided and abetted the enemy, President Bashar Assad’s military, foreign media reported. An undated video that made the Internet rounds on Wednesday showed two unnamed men with tied hands surrounded by a cheering crowd of dozens, just moments before ... Read More »
Sun Mar 3, 2013 8:28AM GMT | SOURCE A Lebanese news website says it has obtained a documentary movie revealing a plot hatched by French and Turkish spy agencies to assassinate Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Lebanese Asianews website says the movie, which has been produced by the well-known Syrian media activist Khedar Awarake, shows confessions by those who were on ... Read More »
Joel Rosenberg: More than 30 million locusts hits Egypt as Passover approaches. Mideast troubles take a Biblical twist.
Joel C. Rosenberg’s Blog In Uncategorized on March 4, 2013 at 3:36 pm You might think the troubles in the Middle East were bad enough — the threat of nuclear weapons, civil wars, insurrections, political intrigue, religious violence. But this year, in an interesting Biblical twist, Egypt is experiencing a plague of locusts. And no, I’m not making this up. ... Read More »