Posts Tagged ‘ William J Murray ’

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.

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Highways to Hell Paved With Utopian Dreams

Jun 13th, 2016 | By

In an era of resurgent collectivism, Religious Freedom Coalition founder William J. Murray “stands athwart history yelling ‘stop’” with his new book Utopian Road to Hell: Enslaving America and the World with Central Planning. Therein he provides a valuable primer into mankind’s rogue gallery of radicals who have ravaged humanity from antiquity to the present with interrelated utopian delusions both authoritarian and hedonistic in nature.

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Chairman’s Report for June 10, 2016

Jun 10th, 2016 | By

In this newsletter: Obama can’t find any persecuted Syrian Christians – 97% of Syrian refugees Obama imported in 2015 were Sunni Muslim – The United States is still arming Sunni fighters in Syria – why? – Lack of diapers for Christian refugee babies is causing severe health problems

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Chairman’s Report for May 20, 2016

May 20th, 2016 | By

In this issue: National Day of Prayer events in Washington, DC / World Magazine editor on persecuted Christians in Iraq / Diapers for Refugees sets new delivery date for Christians in Iraq. Read more about Religious Freedom Coalition Chairman William J. Murray

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Totalitarian Democracy and Dangerous Use of Deadly Drones

Apr 15th, 2016 | By

President Barack Obama is slowly closing the Guantanamo Bay detention center which once held hundreds of Al-Qaeda terrorists because he says it is a “recruiting tool” for groups such as the Islamic State. But to the contrary evidence points to Obama’s drone war as being a fundamental recruiting tool for Al-Qaeda and the Islamic State because of the number of civilians killed. Ten percent of those killed by Obama’s “signature” drone strikes are innocent civilians and in some cases hostages of jihadists.

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Chairman’s Report for March 18th, 2016

Mar 21st, 2016 | By

In this issue of the newsletter: Exposing Sunni terror – Our ISIS problem is our Saudi Arabia problem / Christmas for Refugees program promoted at major conference / First major supply of diapers delivered to our ministry partner in Iraq / RFC Chairman William Murray’s new book, Utopian Road to Hell, went on sale March 8th and sold out at Amazon in two days!

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Chairman’s Report for February 26, 2016

Mar 1st, 2016 | By

In this issue of the newsletter: Our ministry partner in Iraq visits congressional and Senate offices / Meeting the Speaker of the House – Telling the Speaker the truth / Postcards to Congress campaign expands -No more guns to Islamic fighters / Diapers for Iraqi Christian refugee babies and other aid program updates

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Ex-atheist Spends Christmas Feeding Christian Refugee Kids

Dec 31st, 2015 | By

His mother was once America’s most famous atheist. He grew up a Marxist and an unbeliever, a product of his dysfunctional family. But as an adult, William J. Murray, son of Madalyn Murray O’Hair, found God, and today the former atheist spends his Christmases helping feed Christian refugee children in the Middle East.

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Another large Christmas event held in Iraq

Dec 24th, 2015 | By

More that 600 children attended Christmas for Refugee events in the Kurdish area of northern Iraq. The Gospel is clearly defined at the same time children are entertained and fed. Sadly only 300 of over 2,000 children in one displaced persons center were able to attend because of a lack of space.

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First Christmas for Refugee event held in Lebanon

Dec 19th, 2015 | By

The smiles of the faces of the children say it all: The first Christmas for Refugees event of 2015 was a hit! The first event was held in church in Mount Lebanon Governorate north of Beirut. Each of the Christmas events will be attended by 50 to 150 refugee children. A total of 60 children participated in the first.

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