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  • allChristianMartyrs 1 second ago
    08/13/2013 KOREA. "From Mary's Assumption comes hope for peace in Korea," says archbishop of Seoul. On 15 August, as the world celebrates the end of World War II, the Korean Church celebrates with particular devotion the Assumption, which liberated the country from Japanese imperialism. In a message to the faithful, the archbishop noted that only by living all as "true Christians can we hope to see the end of the inter-Korean conflict". Seoul (AsiaNews) - Reconciliation on the Korean peninsula "can only come via the intercession of Mary, Queen of Peace. That is why we must live as true Christians, applying at all levels Christ's teachings. -- ANSWER -- anche io voglio una Corea unita
  • allChristianMartyrs 2 minutes ago
    08/13/2013 INDONESIA, Papua: soldier damage St Mary Magdalene Parish Church. Special Forces carried out an operation against arms trafficking for the local independence movement. The desecration took place at the end of a Sunday Mass. Catholics are surprised and bewildered by the insult. A search in the building yielded no weapons. [] 08/13/2013 INDIA. Tamil Nadu Chief Minister states Dalit Christians are equal to Dalit Hindu. J Jayalalitha, from a Hindu Brahmin family, has asked the Indian Prime Minister to also grant Dalit Christians the rights provided by the castes law. According to the Constitution on the Scheduled Caste (SC) only Hindu, Sikh and Buddhist "untouchable" have access to economic, educational and social benefits. @India -- ma, tu non avevi detto, che, non dovevano più esistere le classi sociali?
  • allChristianMartyrs 11 minutes ago
    [President of Sri Lanka issues order after a meeting with all parties involved. The Dipped Products Plc.] STOP LIES USA CORPORATIONS Spa, [your 666 criminal [ Ethical Manufacturing Process]] 08/13/2013 SRI LANKA. Weliweriya violence, the 'contested' factory will be transferred. The President of Sri Lanka issues order, after, a meeting with all parties involved. The Dipped Products Plc. is accused by local people of polluting the water. During yet another peaceful protest to demand controls, the army opens fire, killing three young men... [President of Sri Lanka issues order after a meeting with all parties involved. The Dipped Products Plc.] STOP LIES USA CORPORATIONS Spa, [your 666 criminal [ Ethical Manufacturing Process]]
  • allChristianMartyrs 11 minutes ago
    [President of Sri Lanka issues order after a meeting with all parties involved. The Dipped Products Plc.] STOP LIES USA CORPORATIONS Spa, [your 666 criminal [ Ethical Manufacturing Process]] We are committed to meeting the requirements of our customers by aligning our operations in compliance with legal and other requirements, in ways that are acceptable to society. To this end, we adopt environmentally friendly processes and practices with the participation of all our employees, and we shall strive to continually improve them. An ethical initiative for a brighter tomorrow. "Firstlight" is a CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) initiative of DPL aimed at providing an improved quality of life to disadvantaged farmers located in remote villages of Sri Lanka.
  • allChristianMartyrs 11 minutes ago
    [President of Sri Lanka issues order after a meeting with all parties involved. The Dipped Products Plc.] STOP LIES USA CORPORATIONS Spa, [your 666 criminal [ Ethical Manufacturing Process]] --ANSWER ---666 187AUDIOHOSTEM , ARE ALL LIESOF YOUR CORPORATIONS. 13/08/2013 SRI LANKA, Violenze di Weliweriya, la fabbrica 'della discordia' sarà trasferita. Lo ha ordinato il presidente dello Sri Lanka dopo un incontro con tutte le parti in causa. La Dipped Products Plc. è accusata dalla popolazione locale di inquinare l'acqua. Durante l'ennesima protesta pacifica per chiedere controlli, l'esercito ha aperto il fuoco uccidendo tre giovani.
  • allChristianMartyrs 27 minutes ago
    08/12/2013 SRI LANKA Sri Lanka: Government shuts mosque after Buddhist monk violence by Melani Manel Perera On 9 and 10 August, a mob led by Buddhist religious leaders attacked the Muslim community of Colombo, throwing stones at the mosque and makeshift homes. Five people were injured. The police impose a curfew, but fails to quell violence. Muslim Council of Sri Lanka: "The non-intervention by police is a clear violation of the rights of Muslims in the country." --answer -- criminali e ipocriti, anche, nei paesi musulmani, la polizia non interviene mai, a difesa dei martiri cristiani innocenti e pacifici
  • allChristianMartyrs 31 minutes ago
    08/12/2013 INDIA - ISLAM Indian Imam: Social networks create problems, ban women from using them Responding to qu08/12/2013 BANGLADESH Bangladesh activist who posted news about Islamist massacre arrested by Sumon Corraya According to police, Adilur Rahman Khan, secretary general of Odhikar, a well-known NGO, posted false news about the killing of 61 people during a crackdown against Hefajat-e-Islami. Police claim, "No allegations about killings on 5 May were brought to us".estions raised by more than a thousand Muslims of Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh), a religious leader condemns the damage created by Facebook and Twitter.
  • 187AUDIOHOSTEM 32 minutes ago
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  • allChristianMartyrs 35 minutes ago
    immediately, remove any imperialism, now, i am Unius REI
  • allChristianMartyrs 44 minutes ago
    [Fearless Iranians From Hell - Blow Up The Embassy] yes, this is blasfemy, but, is also the true. ... [[Pull the trigger, again and again. Pull the trigger one more time! Blow up the Embassy! (x4), I'm gonna kill myself! I wanna lie, dead on the floor. It's none of your fucking business! What I live and die for!]] in againt imperialism fake jewish Illuminati 666 IMF corporations, occult power, [The nuclear program of Iran was Launched in the 1950s with the help of the United States as part of the Atoms for Peace program. [1] The participation of the United States and Western European Governments in Iran's nuclear program continued, until the 1979 That Iranian Revolution toppled the Shah of Iran] --answer -- no islamist country, sharia imperialism: can have [The nuclear program]
  • 187AUDIOHOSTEM 1 hour ago
    Dear Abu Antar: Fearless Iranians From Hell = BLASPHEMY!
  • 187AUDIOHOSTEM 1 hour ago
    Ok. Why Isn't My Channel Functioning? Sabotage? lol >;-)
  • Abu Antar 5 hours ago
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  • 187AUDIOHOSTEM 6 hours ago
    [What About Latin America?]
  • 187AUDIOHOSTEM 6 hours ago
    [Canada Deserves A Nuclear Program]
  • 187AUDIOHOSTEM 6 hours ago
    [The nuclear program of Iran was launched in the 1950s with the help of the United States as part of the Atoms for Peace program.[1] The participation of the United States and Western European governments in Iran's nuclear program continued until the 1979 Iranian Revolution that toppled the Shah of Iran]
  • 187AUDIOHOSTEM 6 hours ago
    [Iran Deserves A Nuclear Program]
  • 187AUDIOHOSTEM 6 hours ago
    [Support NUCLEAR PROGRAMS: Iran]
  • allChristianMartyrs 7 hours ago
    [[ In Egypt, Christian anxieties mount as Islamist hostility increases, Published: August 13, 2013, Coptic Pope cancels public appearances. ]] A burned truck is part of the damage caused Aug. 3 by a 4,000-person anti-Christian mob in Bani Ahmed, Egypt.A burned truck is part of the damage caused Aug. 3 by a 4,000-person anti-Christian mob in Bani Ahmed, Egypt. World Watch Monitor. Mass no longer is being celebrated at The Church of St. Mary. Police officers guard the entrance. Throughout the Egyptian town of Eastern Bani Ahmed south of Cairo, the Christian-owned shops are closed. At least seven Christian homes, and even more of their vehicles, have been ransacked, burned, or both. At least 18 people are injured, and police have issued dozens of arrest warrants.
  • allChristianMartyrs 7 hours ago
    [[ In Egypt, Christian anxieties mount as Islamist hostility increases, Published: August 13, 2013, Coptic Pope cancels public appearances. ]] A disagreement over a song on the radio was all it took to set off the violence Aug. 3. Since July 3, when the Egyptian military removed the Muslim Brotherhood from power, anti-Christian backlash has flared in pockets across Egypt. Though there have been many examples of Christians and Muslims breaking bread together and joining ranks to support moving the government off the Brotherhood's Islamist path, the crescendo of violence has heightened Christian anxiety. It has proven worrisome enough that Coptic Pope Tawadros II last week backed out of public appearances he had planned for this week at St. Mark's Cathedral in Cairo.
  • allChristianMartyrs 7 hours ago
    [[ In Egypt, Christian anxieties mount as Islamist hostility increases, Published: August 13, 2013, Coptic Pope cancels public appearances. ]] He determined his presence could endanger the congregation, according to Bishop Angaelos, leader of the Coptic church in the United Kingdom, who revealed the pope's change of plans to the BBC. Also last week, 16 Egyptian human-rights groups issued a joint statement of "grave concern regarding the increasing sectarian violence which has targeted Christians and their churches since the June 30 uprising." Two days after the July 3 government takeover by the Egyptian military, four Christian men were killed during daylong assaults on Christians in al-Dabayia, a town west of Luxor in southern Egypt.
  • allChristianMartyrs 7 hours ago
    [[ In Egypt, Christian anxieties mount as Islamist hostility increases, Published: August 13, 2013, Coptic Pope cancels public appearances. ]] On July 6, gunmen shot and killed a Coptic priest, Mina Abboud Sharubim, in northern Sinai. Five days later in Sheikh Zuweid, a remote settlement a few kilometres west of the Israeli border, the decapitated body of Magdy Lamei Habib, a Christian electronics merchant, was discovered. View Larger Map. The fuse that touched off the violence in Bani Ahmed on Aug. 3 was lit inside a cafe owned by Sherif Abdel Moneim Radi, a Muslim. It was early evening, before the iftar, the traditional evening meal during the month-long observation of Ramadan, at which Muslims break their day-long fast. According to a statement issued by the Diocese of Minya and Abu Qurqas, events unfolded this way:
  • allChristianMartyrs 7 hours ago
    [[ In Egypt, Christian anxieties mount as Islamist hostility increases, Published: August 13, 2013, Coptic Pope cancels public appearances. ]] Over the radio in the cafe could be heard the song "Teslem Elayady," a catchy pop tune that praises the Egyptian military. Radi moved to turn the music off. A customer, a Christian man named Hanna Dos Fahmi, asked Radi to keep the radio tuned to the song. The argument began. Cooler heads stepped in and broke up the argument. After the iftar, however, a group of Muslim men appeared at the cafe. A group of Christians showed up in opposition. The confrontation escalated quickly as Muslims from neighbouring villages arrived in Bani Ahmed, chanting slogans against Copts, police and the military. Some carried guns and Molotov cocktails.
  • allChristianMartyrs 7 hours ago
    [[ In Egypt, Christian anxieties mount as Islamist hostility increases, Published: August 13, 2013, Coptic Pope cancels public appearances. ]] The crowd grew to about 4,000 people. A pharmacy, furniture store, auto-repair shop and other Christian-owned businesses were looted, according to the diocese statement. Several homes were set on fire. Clashes broke out in surrounding villages. Security forces did not arrive in force until 11:30 p.m., and used tear gas to disperse the rioters. The Associated Press reported that 18 people were injured, and that police issued arrest warrants for at least 35 people. The diocese said the riots caused damage estimated at nearly 3.4 million Egyptian pounds, or about US $480,000.
  • allChristianMartyrs 7 hours ago
    [[ In Egypt, Christian anxieties mount as Islamist hostility increases, Published: August 13, 2013, Coptic Pope cancels public appearances. ]] On Sunday morning, Aug. 4, a group of Muslims barricaded the entrance to the Coptic Church in Bani Ahmed, preventing members from attending mass. A Christian teacher in Bani Ahmed told World Watch Monitor that a tense calm has settled over the town during the days since the Aug. 3 disturbance. Security forces are visible in the town. On Aug. 9, the teacher said, Muslims burned an abandoned Muslim home in an attempt to accuse Christians of the act, but security officers moved in before the gathering crowd could lash out. In the meantime, the teacher said, shops and the church remain closed. World Watch Monitor is withholding his name to ensure his safety.
  • allChristianMartyrs 7 hours ago
    [[ In Egypt, Christian anxieties mount as Islamist hostility increases, Published: August 13, 2013, Coptic Pope cancels public appearances. ]] On Aug. 6, about 100 kilometres south of Bani Ahmed, thousands of Islamists marched through the streets of Assiut, chanting "Islamic, Islamic, despite the Christians." Christians shuttered their shops and retreated to the interiors of their darkened homes. News service Ahram Online reported Aug. 7 that Egypt's prosecutor-general had ordered 11 people held in custody for 15 days while authorities investigated the Bani Ahmed violence.
  • allChristianMartyrs 7 hours ago
    [[ In Egypt, Christian anxieties mount as Islamist hostility increases, Published: August 13, 2013, Coptic Pope cancels public appearances. ]] On the same day, the coalition of 16 human-rights groups denounced the "continued negligence of the institutions of the state to provide the necessary protection to Christian citizens, to decisively confront sectarian attacks, and to enforce the law by holding those responsible for the acts of sectarian violence, which have been seen in several governorates, to account."
  • Abu Antar 7 hours ago
    Saint Simon of Trent
  • allChristianMartyrs 7 hours ago
    Magda [lo sdegno, contro, questa mostruosità islamica, è un istinto insopprimibile, World Watch Monitor. ] Magda Adel Gameel, 19, in an undated photo. She was kidnapped on June 2 and held for a week before she was released on a desert highway.Magda Adel Gameel, 19, in an undated photo. She was kidnapped on June 2 and held for a week before she was released on a desert highway. Magda Adel Gameel, 19 and in her final year of secondary school in Assyut city in the southern province of the same name, had just finished an Arabic lesson with her friends. She asked them to wait for her at Anba Magar Church while she ran an errand to a nearby pharmacy. It was 7 p.m., still daylight.
  • allChristianMartyrs 7 hours ago
    Magda [lo sdegno, contro, questa mostruosità islamica, è un istinto insopprimibile, World Watch Monitor. ]Coming out of the store, she encountered a veiled old woman, who complained of leg pain and asked Magda to help her walk to her car. Magda walked with her to a car in an alley, and helped lower her into her seat. As Magda leaned into the vehicle, she was sprayed with something that knocked her out. During the drive, she began to come out of it, and was sprayed again. She awoke in an empty room. Her necklace, handbag and cell phone were gone. A veiled woman entered the room with some food, and Magda spoke up in protest. The woman ordered her to remain silent. During trips to the bathroom, Magda's eyes were blindfolded.
  • allChristianMartyrs 7 hours ago
    A Magda [lo sdegno, contro, questa mostruosità islamica, è un istinto insopprimibile, World Watch Monitor. ] week went by. The veiled woman returned, and this time asked Magda to call her father and deliver a demand for ransom. The woman dialled the phone. Magda took it. A man answered, in an unfamiliar voice. "This is not my father," she told the veiled woman. The woman hit Magda, and ordered her to demand the ransom payment. Magda did as she was told, but the man said his daughter had not been kidnapped. She was with him now, he said. The veiled woman took the phone and left the room. Magda heard loud voices.
  • allChristianMartyrs 7 hours ago
    Magda [lo sdegno, contro, questa mostruosità islamica, è un istinto insopprimibile, World Watch Monitor. ] They had the wrong Magda. The man on the phone, named Ibrahim, was wealthy and had a daughter also named Magda. This Magda, however, came from a less well-off family. On June 11, the veiled woman entered the room, and knocked out Magda with the spray. She found herself near a road in the desert. She began to pray, then saw a taxi on the road. She waved it down, and told the driver the story. "Where are we?" Magda asked the driver. They were on the Cairo-Alexandria Desert Road, near Alexandria, in northern Egypt. The cab took her into the city, where she called her father. He filed a police report, though nothing has come of it so far. Magda, home and safe, had missed her final exams.
  • allChristianMartyrs 7 hours ago
    [[ Wave of kidnappings plagues Egyptians, all Christian Martyrs]] Two Christian families tell their stories of losing their daughters. She was an old woman, and her leg was in pain. She held out her hand. "Please help", she said. Magda took the woman's hand, and led her to a waiting car. And that was the last Magda saw of her family for a week. The 19-year-old student became, on June 2, another among, the hundreds of Egyptian Christians caught up in a wave of kidnappings since the fall of the Mubarak government in 2011. Precise figures are elusive, partly because of the general breakdown, of law enforcement across Egypt since the 2011 revolution, and partly because, some kidnappings are never reported. In one province alone,
  • allChristianMartyrs 7 hours ago
    [[ Wave of kidnappings plagues Egyptians, all Christian Martyrs]] Minya, more than 150 people have been kidnapped during the past two years, according to the Associated Press, which cited an anonymous Interior Ministry official. Nationwide, the ministry said the number of kidnappings grew by 145 per cent from 2011 to 2012. The Association of Victims of Abduction and Forced Disappearance claims to have registered 500 cases across Egypt since early 2011 in which Coptic Christian girls have been kidnapped. Christians aren't the only victims. The wealthy -- a group where Egypt's Coptic Christians have been well represented -- are natural targets. Many of the kidnappings have occurred in the country's southern regions, where the concentration of Christians is higher.
  • allChristianMartyrs 7 hours ago
    [[ Wave of kidnappings plagues Egyptians, all Christian Martyrs]] Church leaders and human-rights activists say Egypt's government, which until this week had been dominated at the federal and regional levels by the Muslim Brotherhood, created room for criminals to prey on Christians with little fear of prosecution. Christian frustration was just one of the grievances that millions of Egyptians took to the streets on Sunday. Fed up with a crumbling economy, fuel shortages, lawlessness and a government built upon an Islamic constitution, the protests drove President Mohamed Morsi out of office.
  • allChristianMartyrs 7 hours ago
    [[ Wave of kidnappings plagues Egyptians, all Christian Martyrs]] Whether the pace of kidnappings changes during the transition to a new government is anyone's guess. A week before the protests, World Watch Monitor spoke with two Christian families whose daughters were kidnapped. According to them, here is what happened:
  • allChristianMartyrs 7 hours ago
    [[ In Egypt, Christian anxieties, mount as Islamist hostility increases. all Christian Martyrs ]] Published: August 13, 2013. Mass no longer is being celebrated at The Church of St. Mary. Police officers guard the entrance. Throughout the Egyptian town of Eastern Bani Ahmed south of Cairo, the Christian-owned shops are closed. At least seven Christian homes, and even more of their vehicles, have been ransacked, burned, or ... [tag, Egypt, Coptic Church, Pope Tawadros II, Muslim Brotherhood, Mohamed Morsi, salafis, ]
  • allChristianMartyrs 7 hours ago
    [[ Jessica ]][[ In Egypt, Christian anxieties, mount as Islamist hostility increases. all Christian Martyrs ]] Jessica Nady Gabriel, 7, went missing at her uncle's wedding. One week later, ransom paid, she was returned home.Jessica Nady Gabriel, 7, went missing at her uncle's wedding. One week later, ransom paid, she was returned home. World Watch Monitor. Jessica Nady Gabriel, 7, was with her family on June 2, at a wedding party for her uncle and his new bride at the Saraya Wedding Hall in Talkha, a Nile River city in northern Egypt. The party went into the evening. By 10 p.m., the family had looked everywhere for Jessica. Then her father went to the police station to report her missing.
  • allChristianMartyrs 7 hours ago
    [[ Jessica ]][[ In Egypt, Christian anxieties, mount as Islamist hostility increases. all Christian Martyrs ]] For the next four days, hundreds of Copts gathered in front of the Talkha police station. A few days later, the kidnappers called the family. They demanded 650,000 Egyptian pounds (about US $92,000). That's about 12 times the amount the average Egyptian earns in a year. The family and relatives pooled their money, though they didn't say how much, and paid the captors. The girl was returned on June 21.
  • allChristianMartyrs 7 hours ago
    [[ Latest News, all Christian Martyrs ]] Pakistani Christians ensure police arrest key murder suspect. Published: August 12, 2013. Friends and family gather round the body of Ishaq Masih World Watch Monitor. Hundreds of Pakistani Christians braved scorching summer heat for three days and two nights in ... Top pastor's arrest adds to Christians' concerns in Central African Republic. Published: August 09, 2013. Rev. Nicolas Guerékoyamé suggested in this journal that citizens of the Central African Republic are being treated like slaves Le Démocrate
  • allChristianMartyrs 7 hours ago
    [[ Latest News, all Christian Martyrs ]] The already fragile situation for Christians in the Central African Republic (CAR) may be worsening. ... Boko Haram under investigation for crimes against humanity. published: August 08, 2013. The International Criminal Court, in The Hague, Netherlands M.M. R / Flickr / Creative Commons. At least 1,200 people have been killed in the last four years in Northern Nigeria by the militant ... Algerians stage picnics in protest against 'forced' fasting. Published: August 06, 2013, Beyond count. Published: August 06, 2013, Chinese house church leader Samuel Lamb dies, Published: August 05, 2013,
  • allChristianMartyrs 7 hours ago
    [[ Latest News, all Christian Martyrs ]] Madhya Pradesh awaits decision on stricter 'anti-conversion law', Published: August 01, 2013, Sectarian violence spirals in Guinea's volatile southeast,  Published: July 31, 2013, Bombs in Nigerian Christian district kill at least 12, Published: July 31, 2013, In India, a familiar pattern of pressure on Christians, Published: July 30, 2013,
  • allChristianMartyrs 7 hours ago
    [[ Catching Our Eye. all Christian Martyrs ]] Religious animosity grows in Egypt. Mainstream media have picked up on the religious dimension of sectarian clashes in Egypt. The Associated Press on Aug. 8 took a broad look at the issue, which included this chilling quote from an Assiut shopkeeper: "[Islamists] run their index finger across their throats to suggest they will slaughter us, or scream Morsi's name in our faces." On Aug. 12 the BBC weighed in with a report that at least seven Christians have been killed, according to Amnesty International, while one church has been burnt down and the black flag used by jihadist militants raised over others.
  • allChristianMartyrs 7 hours ago
    [[ Catching Our Eye. all Christian Martyrs ]] "[Security forces] only give lip-service to attacks on Christians, and actually don't take any concrete action to combat the prevailing discrimination that exists in policies and society here," Amnesty International's Diane Eltahawy said. Is Uganda going backwards? Uganda has passed a law which some fear could lead to the repression of the Church and political opponents. The Public Order Management Bill could undermine basic freedoms of assembly and expression, reports Lapido Media, and has been likened to a decree of former dictator Idi Amin in the 1970s.
  • allChristianMartyrs 7 hours ago
    [[ Catching Our Eye. all Christian Martyrs ]] "This Bill is a devastating blow for Uganda and the space for political dissent is shrinking fast," said human rights researcher Maria Burnett. Tawadros cancels appearances. The leader of the Coptic Church in Egypt, Pope Tawadros II, has cancelled a number of weekly meetings due to fears of Islamist attacks, the BBC reports. It says the cancelled meetings are thought to have been Bible lectures in St. Mark's Cathedral.
  • allChristianMartyrs 7 hours ago
    [[ Catching Our Eye. all Christian Martyrs ]] Bishop Angaelos, leader of the UK's Coptics, released a statement Aug. 8 saying that "in recent weeks and months there has been an escalation of attacks against Christians in Egypt". Human rights organisations such as Amnesty International have spoken out against the violence since the ousting of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi. Some Islamists took comments made by Pope Tawadros II supporting the change in power as a sign that the Church had conspired in Morsi's overthrow.
  • allChristianMartyrs 7 hours ago
    [Islam ha un problema medioevale da risolvere, velocemente] [Caught in the middle: Christians suffer amid Syria's civil war] Saint Elie Church, seen her on Aug.1, was damaged during the clashes between Syrian regime forces and rebel fighters in the city of Qusayr, in Syria's central Homs province!.By Ammar Cheikhomar and Henry Austin, NBC News, St. Paul found God on the road to Damascus and St. Peter is said to have preached there, but now one of the world's oldest Christian communities is caught in the middle of Syria's bloosolveredy civil war. Distrustful of President Bashar Assad's regime, many of Syria's 2 million Christians also feel threatened by the increasing number of al Qaeda extremists boosting the ranks of rebel forces. [in realtà con il sangue degli sciiti, Assad sta proteggendo Israele dai salafiti]
  • allChristianMartyrs 7 hours ago
    [Islam ha un problema medioevale da risolvere, velocemente]  Before the two-year conflict -- which the United Nations estimates has claimed more than 100,000 lives -- Christians made up about 10 percent of Syria's population. Many Christians feel that neither Assad nor the rebels represent their interests and tens of thousands have now fled to neighboring Turkey and Lebanon. George, a 51-year-old former car dealer who spoke on the condition of anonymity out of fear of reprisals, said he originally supported Assad's opponents, but that the Free Syrian Army (FSA) let him down once they took charge in Aleppo. [in realtà con il sangue degli sciiti, Assad sta proteggendo Israele dai salafiti]
  • allChristianMartyrs 7 hours ago
    [Islam ha un problema medioevale da risolvere, velocemente] "When I saw Bashar's forces killing, beating and torturing Syrian citizens I was standing with the FSA," he said. "But when I saw that a lot of the Free Syrian Army doing the same I changed my position again. The FSA killed a lot of Syrian soldiers and civilians inside their prisons without enough evidence." George, who fled the country three months ago with his wife Helena and their children for the coastal city of Mersin in Turkey, added that he was concerned by the rise of Islamist extremist groups in his homeland. A picture taken on August 1, 2013 shows desecrated icons partially burnt at Saint Elie Church in the city of Qusayr, in Syria's central Homs province. [in realtà con il sangue degli sciiti, Assad sta proteggendo Israele dai salafiti]
  • allChristianMartyrs 7 hours ago
    [Islam ha un problema medioevale da risolvere, velocemente] "They do not only pose a threat to the regime," he said. "The also pose a threat to the FSA and all other minorities." George's wife Helena said her priorities were returning to Aleppo with her family and having a safe life. She added: "Damn you, Bashar and the opposition. How do you want me to stand with one of them when I lost my home because of them?" Many religions including Greek Orthodox, Syriac Orthodox and the Roman Catholic church have followers in Syria. "The Christian presence [in Syria] extends literally into Biblical times," said Father Michael Ellias, a priest at St Mary's Antiochan Church in Bay Ridge, New York. "We read that the followers of Jesus were first called Christians in the [in realtà con il sangue degli sciiti, Assad sta proteggendo Israele dai salafiti]
  • allChristianMartyrs 7 hours ago
    [Islam ha un problema medioevale da risolvere, velocemente] [ancient Syrian] town of Antioch. So our presence literally goes to the very foundations of the faith." While the community has largely remained neutral throughout the conflict, that hasn't stopped Christians from being targeted. In April, two Syriac Orthodox bishops were kidnapped by gunmen. They were later released unharmed. Catholic charity Aid to the Church in Need has accused al Qaeda-linked groups of engaging in the "ethnic cleansing" of Christians. "If you're a Christian, you're worried," said Dr Nadim Shehadi, an associate at London-based think tank Chatham House. "The Christians have maintained a neutrality which can be seen as being on the side of the regime or vice versa." [in realtà con il sangue degli sciiti, Assad sta proteggendo Israele dai salafiti]
  • allChristianMartyrs 8 hours ago
    Numerosos terroristas son eliminados en ‪#‎Der_Ezzor‬ y su campiña. Unidades de las FFAA eliminaron a gran número de terroristas en Der Ezzor y su campiña, entre ellos tunecinos y destruyeron a sus zulos, armas y centros de concentración. según una fuente oficial, destacamentos de las FFAA se enfrentaron con grupos terroristas en los barrios de Al Hueqa, Al Rishdiye, Al Sheikh Yasin y Al Sinaa y. Fuerzas Armadas acaban con terroristas palestinos y tunecinos del "Frente al-Nousra" en ‪ ‎Damasco‬-campo. Una fuente oficial informó que un destacamento del ejército acabó con varios terroristas en el distrito de Barzeh y en las granjas circundantes del hospital militar "Tishreen". La fuente añadió que las FFAA dejaron muertos o heridos a integrantes de un grupo terrorista en las localidades de
  • allChristianMartyrs 8 hours ago
    La Agencia Árabe Siria de Noticias (Sana) shared ‎صور سانا‎'s photo. about an hour ago Al ‪ Zoubi‬: la solución política marcha paralelamente con la lucha, contra, el terrorismo Aug 13, 2013. ‪.‎Tartus‬, ‪ ‎SANA‬ El ministro de Información, Omran Al Zoubi, reiteró la disposición de Siria de solventar políticamente a la crisis q... See More ‫وزير الاعلام يلتقي عددا من الفعاليات السياسية والثقافية والشبابية والنقابات والاعلاميين في طرطوس‬
  • allChristianMartyrs 8 hours ago
    UNIVERSITA' DEGLI STUDI " G. D' ANNUNZIO ". Facoltà di Giurisprudenza TERAMO, GIACINTO AURITI, L' ORDINAMENTO INTERNAZIONALE DEL SISTEMA MONETARIO, PRINCIPI ED ORIENTAMENTI PER UNA RIFORMA DEL SISTEM, A MONETARIO, 2° Edizione ampliata e aggiornata .. [PDF] L'ORDINAMENTO INTERNAZIONALE DEL SISTEMA MONETARIO. MARINO SOLFANELLI EDITORE . ... Il Fondo Monetario Internazionale. 4. ... il diritto di proprietà è del sindacato di maggioranza degli azionisti. losai . eu /wp-content/uploads/...DEL-SISTEMA-MONETARIO .pdf
  • 187AUDIOHOSTEM 8 hours ago
    [AmeriKKKa]
  • allChristianMartyrs 9 hours ago
    [[ Website Dalai Lama attaccato da hacker ]] Pirati informatici lo hanno infettato, con potente virus. 13 agosto, 18:40. Website Dalai Lama attaccato da hacker. Il website in cinese del Dalai Lama è stato attaccato, da ignoti pirati informatici, che, lo hanno ''infettato'' con un potente virus. Secondo l'esperto Kurt Baumgartner, del Kaspersky Lab, gli hacker hanno usato, una tecnica chiamata ''watering hole'' . L'attacco informatico, si è concentrato, sulla versione, in lingua cinese, di Tibet . [com], il sito ufficiale dell'Amministrazione centrale tibetana (Cat) dove, si denuncia, i metodi brutali, dell'occupazione cinese del Tibet. -- answer --- IO SO, con che, tipo di potente virus. io devo infettare, il corpo di quei hacker, di, Pirati informatici,