Posts Tagged ‘ CIA ’

Chairman’s Report for February 24

Feb 22nd, 2017 | By

In this issue of the newsletter: CIA “anti-terrorism” award goes to a Saudi Prince in line for throne / “Travel ban” blocked our Iraqi ministry partner from entering USA / United Nations should have no part in “vetting” refugees / Second year of Diapers for Refugees program begins in March!

Not A Joke: New CIA Chief Gives Anti-terrorism Medal To Saudi Crown Prince

Feb 17th, 2017 | By

By: William J. Murray First week on the job, new CIA director bows to Saudis. This is not a joke, it is not fake news and it has not been reported by CNN, Fox News, ABC, CBS or NBC. This CIA award to a Saudi prince has not been mentioned in The New York Times,

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Former CIA Interrogator Looks inside the Jihadist Mind

Dec 20th, 2016 | By

“You may not be in a religious war with me, but I’m in a religious war with you,” recalled former CIA interrogator James Mitchell the views of al-Qaeda (AQ) mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammad (KSM).  Interviewed on December 6 at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) before an audience of about 70, Mitchell provided chilling, essential insight

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As Islamic Terror Attacks Grow President Obama and Speaker Ryan Plan For 300,000 More Middle Eastern “refugees”

Jun 17th, 2016 | By

The Republican majority controlled House and Senate complains about President Obama bringing in tens of thousands of Middle Eastern Muslim refugees to America while at the same time voting to give him funds to do just that when there is amble reason to believe the majority of them won’t assimilate into our culture, and some will pose a real danger.

Safe zones and moderate rebels: Obama’s Syria plan doubted on all sides

Aug 11th, 2015 | By
The Islamist terror group Al-Nusra has killed or capture more than half of Division 30 fighters and overrun their base in Syria twice capturing U.S. supplied weapons.

Despite the United States spending more than $250 million over the past year to recruit and train “moderate” rebels the program has produced just sixty viable fighters for the ground unit known as Division 30 and half of them have been killed or captured since entering Syria

Chairman’s Report July 17th 2014

Jul 21st, 2014 | By
A large Protestant church in the city known as “China’s Jerusalem” was demolished on April 28th on the orders of local leaders. Sanjiang church, in the eastern city of Wenzhou, took six years and 30m yuan ($4.8m) to put up, but officials said it had violated building codes. Local Christians gathered at the church but were unable to stop the demolition. Unregistered “house churches” have long been the target of government crackdowns, but Sanjiang was part of the officially approved church.

In this issue:  William J. Murray speaks this week at two events in Washington, DC, each concerning religious freedom.  The first rally was sponsored by the Falun Gong, whose members are sometimes imprisoned in China for their faith; some have even been executed and their organs harvested for transplants to  wealthy Westerners.  Murray called on the Chinese government to stop persecuting the peaceful Falun Gong, and stop tearing down the churches of peaceful Christians, and to focus instead on the Islamic terrorists who are their real enemies.  Murray also spoke on Capitol Hill at a conference sponsored by the Center for Democracy and Human Rights in Saudi Arabia, where he explained how Saudi influence is behind many of the seemingly incomprehensible foreign policy decisions of our government.

Muslims Destroy The Tomb Of The Prophet Jonah

Jul 9th, 2014 | By
Muslims destroying the tomb of the prophet Jonah

ISIS rebels previously supported by the United States have destroyed the tomb of the Prophet Jonah, The Prophet Seth, and burned Down 11 Churches. Entire Christian families have been murdered as ISIS “cleanses” Mosul, Iraq.

Chairman’s Report June 27th 2014

Jun 28th, 2014 | By
Ambassador Kislyak and William J Murray

In this issue: William J. Murray discusses his mothers’ attempted defection to the Soviet Union in 1960 and how that brought about the Supreme Court ban on school prayer on the occasion of his first return to the Russian Embassy since 1961

Christian town of Kasab liberated from jihadists

Jun 15th, 2014 | By
One of several churches looted and desecrated by Syrian rebels after taking control of Kasab

The Armenia Christian village of Kasab in Syria taken by al-Qaeda linked forces in March, 2014 has been liberated only to find mass graves, desecrated churches ad empty bank vaults. The attacked launced at al-Nusra and named “Anfal”, or “spoils of war”  was a military expedition of looting an rape possibly supported by the Turkish government.

Islamic Nigeria Militants Launch Massive Kidnapping Of Christian Girls

May 8th, 2014 | By
Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau has vowed to continue kidnapping Christian girls.

Militants from Nigeria’s feared Islamic group Boko Haram have vowed to continue kidnapping daughters of Christians after abducting hundreds of mainly Christian schoolgirls in the country’s northeast. Among those held as hostages were eight more girls who were abducted from a Nigerian village late Monday