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Archive for October, 2007

The Pope Says That Religion Can Never Justify Violence

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2007

Pope Benedict in an address at Naples, which included many World religious leaders in the audience, proclaimed that religion should never be used to justify violence: “In a world wounded by conflicts, where violence is justified in God’s name, it’s important to repeat that religion can never become a vehicle of hatred, it can never […]

Muslim Leader in Nigeria Calls for Violent Jihad on TV= 2 Christians Killed

Monday, October 22nd, 2007

Two Christian youth were killed by Muslim extremists in Northern Nigeria after a Muslim cleric repeatedly called for a violent Jihad against Christians on TV. Christian leaders in Nigeria told reporters that Islamic leader Sheik Gumi had urged Muslims to wage jihad against Christians in televised broadcasts during the month of Ramadan. According to Elder […]

Immigrant (Muslim) Youths Riot in Amsterdam

Sunday, October 21st, 2007

Now the Netherlands is experiencing burning cars and riots by immigrant youths. For some reason, the press refuses to identify what all these immigrant youths have in common, they are Muslim. France has an ongoing problem with its Muslim youth that flared up a year ago in similar fashion. Assimilation into the dominant culture for […]

Deadline Passes for Kidnapped Priests in Iraq

Saturday, October 20th, 2007

Story from the VOM Persecution Blog: On Friday (10/19/07) Church authorities had only 24 hours left to raise a $1 Million ransom for 2 priests that were presumed to be kidnapped by Islamic radicals in Iraq. The deadline has now passed and Christian leaders have not heard any news about the two: Father Pius Affas, […]

Culture //Clashes// of the Week

Friday, October 19th, 2007

The ‘culture conflict’ between people of faith and secularists in America continues and is alive and unfortunately well. Here are are two feature stories of the week: 1. ‘The Chocolate Jesus’ is Resurrected? This is all in the name of art and freedom of course. If the artist really wanted to prove something, he would […]

Amateur Diplomat Nancy Pelosi Wants to Trade Turkey for a Few Votes?

Thursday, October 18th, 2007

Last time we saw Speaker Nancy Pelosi playing diplomat she was wearing a hijab and bowing at the feet of Assad of Syria. Now we find her trying to shut down the war in Iraq through a back door effort with little concern for the potential long term consequences. Nancy Pelosi and the Democratic congressional […]