One of Syria’s most respected church leaders has condemned the destruction of an ancient Catholic monastery by the Islamic State (IS) group and expressed concern that hundreds of kidnapped people, many of them Christians, may have been killed and Chaldean Bishop of Aleppo Antoine Audo spoke hours after news emerged that IS had destroyed the monastery in the Syrian town of Qaryatain dating back to the 5th century after Christ, and is located in central Homs province.
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In this issue: The Democrats, God and Jerusalem / Booing God at the Democrat Convention / Obama’s abortion celebration / Congressional support of jihadists / Rapes and forced conversions to Islam in Pakistan / Jordanian jihadists fighting in Syria / “No pattern” in Afghans killing Americans according to General / Spain has “no go” areas for female cops / Collective punishment for Christians in Egypt
In this Issue: ObamaCare survives and thrives / My newest op-ed on ObamaCare / Congressmen object to Air Force attacks on religion / Prayer Caucus defends legislative prayers / Muslim graffiti at Ground Zero Memorial / Sudan steals more church property in Khartoum and destroys churches / 85% of Pakistanis view USA as enemy / British Muslims a threat to Olympics / Stay away from London!
IN THIS ISSUE – Shocker: Obama lost most Kentucky counties in Dem primary / Obama orders school to allow man in women’s bathroom / Obama’s attack on religious freedom / Congress, Obama, the defense bill and chaplains’ rights / New lawsuits against Obama Care over religious issues / What is behind the contraceptive mandate? / French socialists celebrate a Muslim victory / More Pakistan “blasphemy ” arrests / Christians murdered in Pakistan / Pakistan jails doctor who helped find bin Laden / Moderate Muslims toss bags of urine in church
In this issue: Obama’s hatred for domestic energy / Romney the day before his southern defeat / Congressman defends prayer at food pantry / Surprise: The New York Times has a bias against Christianity / Islam: Girl forced to marry rapist commits suicide / In the UK man sentenced to jail for being critical of Islam while UK government says Christians have no right to wear cross in public / Another Christian mother arrested for blasphemy in Pakistan
IN THIS ISSUE: Obama to Muslims – We are sorry. Obama to Muslims – We are really sorry. Obama to Muslims – Please forgive us as you kill our soldiers / Obama, oil and gas prices / Congress and the work recess / Pennsylvania judge: Attack by Muslim on atheist is OK / Federal court backs religious freedom / More dead in Nigeria / In UK Muslims get time off for religious worship, but not Christians / Muslim associated with terrorists wants airline job back
IN THIS ISSUE: William J Murray’s update – Terror threat to Capitol Building / Obama, Religious Freedom and social justice / Senator Blunt speaks out on religious freedom / Congressional hearings on Obama Care and religious liberty / The Vagina Monologues at the church altar – yes, really / Colorado school choir sings “there is no other truth except Allah” / Interpol enforces Islamic blasphemy laws / Islamic coup in Maldives
In this issue: Can the Church back down Obama? / Santorum’s big win / Lawmakers try to counter Obama’s attack on religious liberty / Air Force kicks God off logo / Religious Freedom Act needs Senate support / CPAC explained – Why I don’t attend / MovieGuide.org a must for Christian families / Turkey converts another church to a mosque / A French politician tells the truth / Mafia move over here comes the Ikwan – A mega-mosque for Sicily
New Information on the Sharia compliant Hutton Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee
IN THIS ISSUE: Sharia law advances in the USA / Noted attorney challenges Hutton Hotel for canceling anti-sharia conference / Obama’s Arab Spring turns Islamist / The Left ignores human rights of Christians in Muslim lands / Muslims demand Catholic school remove crucifixes / More Christians die at Muslim hands
While 64 percent of French people describe themselves as Roman Catholic, only 2.9 percent of the population actually practice the Catholic faith. That compares to 3.8 percent of the population who practice the Muslim faith. The research was carried out by the French Institute of Public Opinion on behalf of the Catholic newspaper La Croix.