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Syrian Gang Rape Victim Is Ordered Killed By Parents

Oct 8th, 2015 | By

Before her death, Rokstan had recorded a tape of her feelings. She noted: “I was taken by three men. Ever since that time my family has regarded me as unclean. My mother and my brothers mistreat me. They say that I deserve to die.”


Obama’s U.N. Plan: Globalize Cops Against ‘Violent Extremists’

Oct 7th, 2015 | By
Big Brother Is Watching You.

U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch, shown here with Baltimore police, announced the new “Strong Cities Network” to plug local departments into international cooperation and “shared resources” with their peers across the globe. President Obama’s new “Strong Cities Network,” announced with little fanfare last week at the United Nations, appears to be another effort to strip authority…


Lesbian Bishop: ‘Remove Crosses From Church’

Oct 6th, 2015 | By

Bishop Eva Brunne is “married” to a fellow priest and is the world’s first openly lesbian bishop within a mainline Christian denomination. The world’s first lesbian bishop of a mainstream Christian denomination has put forth a call for one of the country’s seaport churches to remove its crosses as to make it less offensive to Muslims.…


Sweden: ‘No Apartments, No Jobs, No Shopping Without A Gun’

Oct 5th, 2015 | By
Muslim murder victim in Sweden.

Gatestone Institute contacted to the Swedish government, to obtain emails sent to the Prime Minister concerning the IKEA murders. According to the “principle of public access to official documents,” all Swedes have the right to study public documents kept by authorities — with no questions asked about one’s identity or purpose. The government, however, was clearly less than enthusiastic about sharing the emails: It took a full month of reminders and phone calls before they complied with the request.


Germany In A State Of Siege from Muslim ‘Refugees’

Oct 5th, 2015 | By
80% of the Muslim "refugees" in Europe are young men.

At a former U.S. military base housing some 2,000 migrants in Bayernkaserne, on the outskirts of Munich, women’s rights groups say there is forced prostitution and rape every day. Men, women and children sleep next to each other in tents and, according to one social worker interviewed on local TV, the camp is ‘the biggest brothel in the city’ where the price for sex with a female migrant is €10 (£7).


Oregon Shooter ‘Into Occult, Wiccan’

Oct 2nd, 2015 | By

The Oregon gunman who lined up his victims and asked specifically which ones were Christians before shooting them execution style, had a special interest in “magick” and “spiritualism” and had joined a dating website called “Spiritual Passion.” On the site, Christopher Harper Mercer, 26, who killed 10 people and injured seven at Umpqua…


Christians In Syria Struggle To Survive Amid Terrors

Oct 2nd, 2015 | By
Syrian refugee family in Istanbul, Turkey.

In a country where the Islamic State (IS) is carving out a caliphate with atrocities committed against those who don’t swear allegiance to it, it is a high-stakes question. In an unnamed village outside Aleppo, according to Christian Aid Mission, which assists indigenous Christian workers in their native countries, Islamic State militants on Aug. 28 crucified four Christians, including a 12-year-old boy, and beheaded eight others in separate executions. The boy was the son of a Syrian ministry team leader who had planted nine churches.


Congressman: Why Won’t Obama Call ISIS Massacres ‘Genocide’?

Oct 1st, 2015 | By

ISIS’ brutality continues to intensify, the future of Christianity in the Middle East is at stake, and the refugee crisis could soon be exponentially worse, but President Obama refuses to do much of anything about it. That’s according to one of the nation’s leading voices on human rights, former Rep. Frank…


House Passes Religious Liberty Exemption To Obamacare

Sep 30th, 2015 | By

Obamacare violates our most basic right of religious freedom by forcing people to buy health insurance against their faith or otherwise face a penalty. The EACH Act broadens the religious exemption to ensure those who rely solely on a religious method of healing, like Christian Scientists, are not forced to purchase health insurance when these services violate their religious beliefs.


Saudi-led Airstrikes Hit Yemen Wedding Party, Killing 28

Sep 28th, 2015 | By
Saudi bombs killed 36 civilians recently in Yemen.

Yemeni security officials say two airstrikes by the Saudi-led coalition targeting the country’s Shiite rebels have struck a wedding party, killing 28 people and wounding dozens. The officials, who remain neutral in the conflict that has splintered Yemen, say Monday’s strikes hit the celebration in al-Wahga, a village near the Strait of Bab al-Mandab.