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Obama supported rebels kill by cooking civilians in ovens – Entire families dead

Dec 16th, 2013 | By
Obama supported rebels in Adra stacked bodies of civilians

The Syrian military is storming every house and has already freed dozens  of Alawite, Druze, and Christian families from the rebels who captured Adra a few days ago. So far the bodies of 80 civilians have been found including some killed by cooking them in ovens. The Islamist rebels are supported by the Obama Administration.

Syria: Talks ongoing to free nuns abducted by Obama supported rebels

Dec 14th, 2013 | By

A spokesman for the rebel brigade al-Habib al-Moustafa said Saturday that fighters want the Syrian government to release hundreds of imprisoned female activists in exchange for the 12 captive nuns.

Pushing that Idea Away: The Obama Administration’s Denial of Nigerian Jihad

Dec 12th, 2013 | By
Abubakar Shekau, leader of Islamic terror group Boko Haram

American officials previously “did everything they could to push that idea” about Nigeria’s Boko Haram’s Islamist ideology. For more than a decade American officials pretended that the Boko Haram was a secular group of criminal gangs that were only loosely affiliated. Belatedly the State Department as been forced to admit that it is in fact an Islamist terror organization

Saudi Jihadi Sheikh Fighting In Syria Prays For Martyrdom And Slaughter

Dec 11th, 2013 | By
Saqr Al-Jihad

In a video address, jihadi leader Sheikh Saqr Al-Jihad called to commit martyrdom and to be placed in Paradise “along with the Prophet Muhammad… Sheikh Osama [bin Laden], and Sheikh Abdullah Azzam.” “Oh, how we miss them,” wailed the sheikh, who, wielding a dagger, said: “We are not here because we love this world, but because we want to chop [our enemies’] heads off

Iran Christian Moved To Notorious Prison For Evangelism

Dec 10th, 2013 | By

A devoted Iranian Christian has been transferred to a ward of Tehran’s notorious Evin prison to serve a three-year sentence for evangelism and related charges, Iranian Christians told BosNewsLife Saturday, December 7. Rasoul Abdollahi, who converted to Christianity, was reportedly accused of “collusion against the government and evangelism” following a crackdown by security forces on Christian groups.

Patriarch John X Speaks on the Abducted Nuns of Maaloula, Syria

Dec 9th, 2013 | By
Patriarch John X

Orthodox leaders in North America to facilitate the release of abducted religious leaders in Syria and “to stop the logic of conflict in Syria and replace it with the logic of peaceful dialogue.”

Noted Convert in Egypt Arrested, Likely Tortured

Dec 8th, 2013 | By
Bishoy Armia Boulous

Egyptian authorities this week arrested a Christian who is arguably the nation’s most well-known convert from Islam and are investigating him for several activities, including allegedly inciting “sectarian strife.”

Nuns abducted by Obama’s rebels shown off in video

Dec 7th, 2013 | By

Thirteen kidnapped Lebanese and Syrian nuns appeared in good health in a video broadcast by Al-Jazeera Friday, with one captive saying they would be released in two days.

December 7: Then And Now – Rearmament Versus Moral Disarmament

Dec 6th, 2013 | By

Columnist Don Feder compares December 7th, then and now. He writes that today “we have doggedly refused to identify the enemy (imagine Churchill announcing in 1940 that Nazism was an ideology of brotherhood and tolerance). Under Bush the Younger, we fought a war on terror while embracing its Middle Eastern roots. Even that’s been downgraded. Today we deal with “man-caused disasters” through “overseas contingency operations.”

Obama backed “rebels” make demands for release of nuns

Dec 6th, 2013 | By

The Daily Star in Lebanon is reporting that a group with ties to al-Qaeda are making demands on the Syrian government through the Vatican for the release of nuns and orphans they have abducted. As the “rebels” are supplied and salaries paid for by the Saudi Arabia and the United States an order from President Barack Obama to release the nuns and orphans is really all that is required.