Posts Tagged ‘ Saudi ’

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.

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From Saudi Arabia with Terror: Controversy Highlights Saudi Ties to Chechen Jihad

Jan 10th, 2014 | By

Given that the “Chechen groups that threaten…the games are controlled by us,” Saudi Arabia’s intelligence chief Prince Bandar bin Sultan allegedly promised to “guarantee to protect the Winter Olympics” to Russian President Vladimir Putin during an August 2013 Moscow visit.  Even if untrue, this story surrounding Bandar’s visit raises disturbing questions about ongoing Saudi ties to Chechen jihadists.

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Saudi religious police to arrest anyone celebrating New Years

Dec 30th, 2013 | By

Saudi Arabia’s religious authorities have warned would-be revelers against celebrating New Year’s Eve in the predominantly Sunni Muslim kingdom. The warning was delivered by the Commission of the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice (CPVPV), the government agency that employs “religious police” or Mutawa to enforce Sharia Law inside the Islamic nation.

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Saudi sentenced to 300 lashes, 4 yrs in jail after calling for constitutional monarchy

Dec 16th, 2013 | By
Smiles then, but none now

Various news agencies are reporting on a Saudi citizen who has been sentenced to 300 lashes and four years in jail for calling for a constitutional monarchy such as exists in the UK and Spain. No condemnation of the brutal sentence has been issued by any member of the U.S Congress or the White House.

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Fear in Syrian capital as mortar shells rain down

Nov 29th, 2013 | By
Nov. 12, 2013 photo shows mourners carrying the coffin of a child killed in a mortar strike at the the Yuhana al-Dimashqi School in Damascus, Syria.

Much of the shelling in Damascus in recent weeks has centered on Christian-majority areas in the Old City, where many residents now barricade themselves at home and schools are half empty. the mortars fired into civilian areas are supplied by the CIA and Saudi Arabian covert operatives.

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Report From Washington – May 31, 2013

May 31st, 2013 | By
Documents and weapons of American female jihadist killed in Syria

In this issue: State Department tells Nigeria not to abuse terrorists’ “rights” / State Department refuses to recognize persecution of Christians / Saudi columnist says Obama weakest president ever / Justice Department demands no religion in private companies / Senator McCain visits anti-Israel jihadists in Syria / Vatican report says 100,000 Christians a year die for faith / Muslims kill seven Marines in Philippines / 500 Christian Coptic girls kidnapped by Muslims since “Arab Spring” / Syrian Bishops still held by McCain supported “rebels” / Afghanistan comes to London

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Chairman’s Report for May 23rd, 2013

May 23rd, 2013 | By
Praying for the Court, at the Court on the National Day of Prayer, 2013

In this issue: Praying at the Supreme Court on the National Day of Prayer / Rear Admiral says he will not bow to political correctness when it comes to his faith / Newspaper ads exposing Saudi evil expand / Saudi diplomat holds domestic slaves in Virginia / No good news on Syrian Bishops held by US supported “rebels”

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Report From Washington – May 17, 2013

May 17th, 2013 | By

In this issue: IRS worked with Planned parenthood to deny pro-life groups tax status / George Soros groups worked with IRS to target conservatives / Obama Administration’s work with group linked to terror funding / Congressman almost aborted by his then 17-year-old mom / Congressmen demand answers on radical Christian hater’s meeting with Pentagon / Senator demands answers on diplomat’s holding slaves / New video on Saudi slavery / Pope canonizes 800 victims of Islamic massacre / Christian leader assassinated / More dead in Nigeria / Bangladesh Islamic violence against the church / Syria rebels brag about being cannibals

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New Religious Freedom Coalition Video on Saudi Slavery

May 17th, 2013 | By

On May 16th the Religious Freedom Coalition released a new video on the situation of Saudi diplomats holding domestic workers in their Virginia mansion as slaves. The legal word for this slavery is “domestic servitude,” but by any name it is slavery.

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Report From Washington – May 10, 2013

May 10th, 2013 | By

In this issue: Obama forgets kidnapped bishops / Obama’s fantasies about Islam revealed / Huckabee says Obama will resign over Benghazi / Disgraced governor wins House seat / Congressman almost victim of abortion / Democrat says Senator Cruz not really Hispanic / General fights for religious freedom in military / Domestic servitude in Virginia / Converts from Islam may face death in Morocco / Germany’s Muslim polygamy problem / Killing kids for Islam in Thailand / Saudi anti-terror grad kills “many’ Christians in Syria

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