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Archive for March, 2008

-China Taken off State Dept. ‘List of Worst Human Rights Offenders’–Now Tibet?

Tuesday, March 18th, 2008

It was announced by the US State Department on March 13, that China was no longer on its ‘ list of Worst Human Right Offenders’.  Response: This is really among the worst cases of poor timing ever. Not only have the Chinese authorities been involved with an ongoing roundup of Christian ‘house church’ leaders lately, […]

-Muslim Leaders Against Defamation: Is This What They Want?

Monday, March 17th, 2008

Last week Muslim leaders decried the freedom to ‘defame’ Islam in the West and searched for ways to control the Western Media and the growing problem of ‘Islamophobia’.  Here are 2 examples over the weekend from Muslim countries which may demonstrate what they expect from Western countries? : 1. Saudi arabia: Major Cleric Calls for […]

-Muslim Leaders call for Action against ‘Islamophobia’ and Defamation

Saturday, March 15th, 2008

Muslim leaders at the Organization of the Islamic Conference meeting this week in Senegal denounced the rise of ‘Islamophobia’ in the Western countries and called for tough measures and legal action to be taken against Western defamation of Islam. The Muslims were angry at Western countries for allowing ‘freedom’ to include ‘cartoons’, films, documentaries, and […]

-Iraq: Kidnapped Archbishop Found Dead

Thursday, March 13th, 2008

Chaldean Catholic Archbishop Paulos Faraj Rahho, has been found dead in Mosul. The Archbishop had been abducted by Islamic radicals on February 29, when a group of gunmen attacked his car in eastern Mosul, killing his driver and two guards in the process. The Islamists were demanding a huge ransom from the Christian community for […]

-Mormon Missionaries Vs. Catholic Shrine: Is Nothing Sacred?

Tuesday, March 11th, 2008

In the last few years we have been treated internationally to the spectacle of ancient Buddha sculptures being blown up, Churches burned, folks being beheaded, cartoons causing riots, jail terms for teddy bears and prayers, and all sorts of strange behavior all in the name of some radical form of religion. Most of the time […]

-Britain Scraps Christian Blasphemy Law

Saturday, March 8th, 2008

On Wednesday, the House of Lords in the UK voted on Wednesday to repeal the so called ‘blasphemy laws’ which made it a crime to commit blasphemy against Christianity. Baroness Kay Andrews, a leader in the upper house, noted: “We do not need to rely on such a law to remind ourselves that the sacred […]