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Archive for September, 2007

Chinese to Provide for the Religious Needs of Olympic Visitors

Thursday, September 6th, 2007

It is interesting that the Chinese government which is atheistic is planning to meet the religious needs of foreign visitors to the Olympic Summer games next year. They are actually building a Catholic Church in the Olympic Village and have chosen a total of 60 volunteers from the major religions in China; Buddhism, Taoism, Islam, […]

Is Clinton Blocking the DVD of “The Path to 9/11”?

Wednesday, September 5th, 2007

A DVD version of the award winning miniseries, “The Path to 9/11“, which was originally shown on ABC a year ago with over 25 million viewers, is not going to be offered anytime soon according to the series screenwriter, Cyrus Nowrasteh. Normally, a DVD would have been offered in January for the miniseries, four months […]

One Korean Hostage Was Killed for Refusing to Convert to Islam?

Tuesday, September 4th, 2007

According to one report, the Pastor of the former hostages says that the Youth Pastor, who was leading the Korean hostage group, was killed because he refused to convert to Islam. The other men were beaten for the same reason: “I heard from the hostages that they were threatened with death. Especially it is known […]

Taliban Says It Plans to Kidnap and Kill More Foreigners

Monday, September 3rd, 2007

The Afghan Taliban announced plans to continue kidnapping and killing foreigners, particularly from those nations with troops in Afghanistan. Many diplomats speculated that this would be the case after all the attention, $20 Million, and promises to withdraw troops that they had directly received from the South Korean government. Many are critical of the South […]

Korean Hostages Return Home With Mixed Reception

Sunday, September 2nd, 2007

The South Korean Hostages returned home and were met by their happy families and relatives. They also received a cold reception from the South Korean nation which is somewhat angry with their careless behavior in disregarding the government and going to Afghanistan in the first place. The government is sensitive to the whole affair believing […]

Germany’s Largest Synagogue Reopens But Under Police Protection

Saturday, September 1st, 2007

Berlin’s Rykestrasse Synagogue reopened Friday after a year of work and millions spent to return the landmark to its prewar splendor. The Synagogue was an incredible architectural structure built in 1904 and was allowed to deteriorate for decades first during the Nazi era and later because it sat in communist-run East Berlin. It is admirable […]