While Europe nations from the Balkans to Scandinavia are attempting to cope with at least hundreds of thousands of refugees already on the continent, the leaders of the three largest Christian Churches in all of Christendom, albeit to various degrees, are exhorting the faithful to assist the migrants.
While the Pontiff of Rome, the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, and the Patriarch of Moscow and all Rus’ have expressed varying degrees of support for the migrants, the pushback is coming from an unexpected source; the Christian laity. Continue reading →
While it’s arguable that the majority of children in the Western World would consider their parents taking away their iPhones for more than a day as cruel and unusual punishment, children in the ISIS occupied regions of Syria and Iraq could only wish their lives were as pampered.
As reported by Evan Williams of Great Britain’s Channel 4 news service on Oct. 1, 2015, the ISIS terrorist organization is literally giving children an offer they can’t refuse. Continue reading →
The African nation of Nigeria has warned the United States and European Union nations that the Islamist group Boko Haram deployed hundreds of jihadists to Libyan cities, including Benghazi, to offer aid to the Nigerian group’s ally, theIslamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
The influx of Nigerian jihadists is expected to escalate an effort to take control of the Arab country that’s been in a shambles since the overthrow and execution of Libya’s dictator Col. Moammar Gaddafi.
As the old adage goes; if at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. In light of the word leaking out that the Nobel Institute may be regretting their 2009 choice of Barack Obama, the same sing-song truism just may be echoing off the walls in Oslo.
And if the whispers in the corridors of power ring true, the duo being mentioned at co-awardees very well have essentially guaranteed that the Islamic Republic of Iran will be a member of the Nuclear Bomb Club within at least 10 years. Continue reading →
The majority of Syrian refugees are men, not women and children.
A 51-year-old German healthcare worker is being evicted from her apartment in which she lived for 16 years in order to make room for the Muslim refugees from Syria and other war-torn Islamic nations, with refugee camps and facilities already full throughout German, according to the European news media.
The German woman is being removed from her legal dwelling to make way for mostly Muslim Syrians who are being treated as asylum-seekers with little or no background checks of those who are flooding European Union (EU) countries and eventually the United States. The German government is trying to provide living accommodations for the hundreds of thousands of Arabs flooding their cities.
Did Hillary Clinton’s aide Huma Abedin, who is a suspected family member of Muslim Brotherhood jihadists, have anything to do with leaking intelligence?
When White HousePress Secretary Josh Earnest told a room full of reporters, “I will just say on principle that the success of our democracy depends on the rule of law and there is no public official that is above the rule of law. Certainly not the President of the United States,” there should have been a cry from those attending for Earnest to stop his calculated dishonesty and non-transparency, according to more than one law enforcement official. Those accused of misconduct — even criminal activity –in the Obama administration have relied on stonewalling, deceit and news media disinformation to avoid punishment that lower level government workers are forced to endure, cops claim.
In the wake of Barack Obama’s diplomatically finalized nuclear deal with Iran, the ayatollahs have found themselves with even deeper pockets then they already have.
With Iran already perched atop a veritable ocean of oil, the ayatollahs calling the shots in the Tehran-government now have the international green light to go forward with not only a nuclear program, but thanks to Barack Obama and John Kerry, they will soon have access to well over a tenth of a trillion American dollars.
Many reporters wish they could have been a fly on the lip of Obama during his meeting with Russian President Putin.
At just about the same time the news media swooned over President Barack Obama’s speech at the United Nations on Monday, hundreds of Islamic terrorists from the group that Obama boasted was on the decline, recaptured the city of Kunduz in northern Afghanistan after a bloody ambush.
The members of the Afghan Taliban, who were said to be experiencing a decline in their power, are now in control of a major city for the first time since 2001 when the United States launched its retaliatory invasion against Osama bin Laden and his al-Qaida group and the ruling Taliban who allowed him to use their country as a stronghold.
With it already verified by numerous media sources world-wide that Russian Naval Infantry is already ashore in Syria, it’s now being reported that the Chinese have a mini-armada already dropping anchor in a Syrian port.
And as being reported, Beijing is far from done beefing up its presence in the Mediterranean Sea, formerly known in naval circles as an American Lake. Continue reading →
Brigitte Gabriel, an Arab Christian who as a young girl was a victim of radical Islam during the Lebanese Civil War, told Breitbart News that Europe, which is ignoring the plight of Christians, will no longer be Europe by 2050 and that the continent has already become Eurabia. If Gabriel’s comments hold true, Britain will become the next “Britarabia” as well.
While the U.S. battles on what to do with the flow of Muslim refugees, Britons are on the threshold of watching their nation become increasingly Muslim, taking away their independence and watching as the country, as well as the U.S., ignores the plight of Christians being slaughtered by ISIS and other radical Islamic terrorists, Britain First reported. Continue reading →
In what many describe as a triumphant visit this week to the United States, Pope Francis at one point delivered a dramatic address before world leaders gathered in New York City at the United Nations. His Holiness urged world leaders to take decisive action to protect “the excluded” and that “human beings [should] take precedence over partisan interests.” During his remarks, that were broadcast throughout the globe, the Pope warned about the realities in the Middle East and Africa being a grave situation for the entire world.