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-Anti-Semitism on the Rise in Europe—Future Implications

Friday, May 8th, 2009

(Image via Wikipedia) I’ve read a number of articles lately on the rise of anti-Semitism in Europe—none finer or more instructive than this one from Mark Steyn:  “Israel Today, the West Tomorrow” He starts off with a chilling account of some Jewish tourists in London: “On Holocaust Memorial Day 2008, a group of just under […]

-Muslim Priest Defrocked by Episcopal Church

Saturday, April 4th, 2009

(-picture via Wikipedia) This was even too much for the liberal Episcopal Church!  Dr. Ann Redding, an Episcopal priest serving the church in Seattle, claimed two years ago to be a practicing Muslim but also a Christian. When questioned, Dr. Redding consistently refused to explain how this feat was even theologically possible. When her Bishop […]

-Bulgaria: Radical Islam on the March

Monday, March 23rd, 2009

(-Map via Wikipedia) According to Bulgaria’s leader of the opposition, Yane Yanev MP, has spoken out against on-going forced radical Islamization of villages in the southern part of the country. He visited a number of villages in the south of Bulgaria last week and met concerned teachers and parents who gave evidence of Islamic fundamentalism […]

-Facebook Jihad: Muslims Hack Christian Site

Friday, March 13th, 2009

(-Image via Wikipedia) Found this on the Persecution blog, originally posted on Jihad Watch: Muslims hack “Christians on Facebook” site, change its name to “There is no god but Allah and Muhammad is his prophet” Todd Snider, whose pro-Israel site on Facebook was hacked and destroyed by Hizballah supporters, is not alone: the Facebook Jihad […]

-India: Numerous Incidents of Christians Being Persecuted

Friday, February 27th, 2009

(-India via Wikipedia) Here is a link to a Compass Direct report of numerous incidents where Christians have recently been persecuted by Hindu activists in India. Although the Supreme court of India recently declared that there is ‘freedom of religion’ in India, many of the Indian states have provisions against converting from Hindu religion. In […]

-UK: Muslims Demand that Koran be on the ‘Top’ Shelf

Wednesday, February 18th, 2009

(Image via Wikipedia) According to Muslim tradition, the Koran should always be placed upon the top shelf over all other common books. This is causing some controversy in the UK where Muslims are demanding that libraries follow that tradition. Some librarians have resolved the issue by placing all religious book on the top shelf. However, […]

-Archbishop: Gov’t Ignored Orissa Violence Because the Victims were Poor ‘Untouchables’?

Thursday, January 29th, 2009

(-Orissa location via Wikipedia) Catholic Archbishop Raphael Cheenath claims that the Indian government ignored the horrific anti-Christian persecution in the state of Orissa for months because most of the victims were from the poorest and lowest rung of Indian society–Dalets, the so-called ‘untouchables’ according to the Hindu the caste system. The government didn’t even bother […]

-Chronicles of Eurabia: Swedish Police Hire Protection from Islamic Youth

Saturday, January 3rd, 2009

The Chronicles of Eurabia continues. The Muslim dominated Malmö suburb of Rosengård, Sweden has become such a dangerous center of Islamic unrest that the police have hired a private security firm to protect the local police station. The station and the police had been a continuing target of fireworks, vandalism and stone-throwing Islamic youths. Malmo […]

-Liberal Episcopalians Double Down to Widen the Rift

Monday, December 8th, 2008

(St.John’s Episcopal Church-LA via Wikipedia) Last week we posted about the new “Anglican Church in North America“. One of the major issues that caused the schism in the Episcopal Church USA was ordaining Homosexuals particularly to Bishop and support of same-sex marriages and dedications. So how do the liberal Episcopalians respond to the conservatives forming […]

-New Breakaway Anglican Church in North America

Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008

(Anglican  Flag via Wikipedia) A group of conservative Episcopalians and Anglicans in the US and Canada announced today the formation of a new Anglican province of churches: Anglican Church in North America. The new enity is estimated to have 100,000 members including four breakaway Episcopal dioceses, dozens of individual parishes in the U.S. and Canada, […]