By now, everyone knows of the Islamic Jihaddist terror attacks in the south-central island nation of Sri Lanka. Continue reading “Holy Martyrs of Sri Lanka, Pray For Us”
It’s often said that so-called “gay” men are often the most unhappy, angry and miserable of all God’s creatures.
The recent display of alleged gay acceptance and tolerance in a Seattle coffee shop very well says it all.
As reported by Amber Randall of The Daily Caller; (Warning: Offensive language)
A gay Seattle coffee shop owner kicked a group of Christians out of his coffee shop Sunday, after declaring he would “f*ck Christ in the ass.”
The owner heatedly tells the Christians to leave his shop immediately in a video posted to Facebook by Abolish Human Abortion, a Christian group seeking to end the practice of abortion.
“I’m gay, you have to leave,” the owner tells the group. “This is offensive to me. I own the place. I have the right to be offended.”
Charles Battenberg very well could be his name if he were to renounce all that comes with his royal upbringing. But we all know that’ll never happen. Continue reading “Prince Charles Tells Christian Subjects to Think of Muhammad this Christmas”
Just when you thought ISIS couldn’t sink any deeper into their depravity, they just did. This time it involves the Belgian nation, Christians, shopping centers, and chainsaws. Continue reading “The Belgian Chainsaw Massacre: ISIS plot to attack Christians foiled”
As reported by both NBC News and the Cybercast News Service, the Obama Administration has reached its latest goal of resettling 10,126 Syrian refugees here in the United States. But there happens to be quite a bit more to the story than a rather sterile number keyboarded on an internet news article. Continue reading “Guess which states accepted zero Syrian refugees”
As depicted in the film Schindler’s List, as SS Hauptsturmführer Amon Goeth was briefing his troops on destroying a Polish city’s Jewish Quarter, screen writer Steven Zaillian may have penned the best example of how a determined force can make centuries of history disappear in very short order. As the scenarist wrote; “Six hundred years ago, when elsewhere they were footing the blame for the Black Death, Casimir the Great – so called – told the Jews they could come to Kraków. They came. They trundled their belongings into the city. They settled. They took hold. They prospered in business, science, education, the arts. They came with nothing. And they flourished. For six centuries there has been a Jewish Kraków. By this evening those six centuries will be a rumor. They never happened.”
With estimated hundreds of thousands of Iraq’s and Syria’s ancient Christian communities taking refuge in the Hashemite Kingdom, they joined together with the Kingdom’s own 2,000 year-old indigenous Christian tradition in honoring the murdered Air Force pilot slain by Islamic Jihadists. As reported by the Catholic-centered Asia News service (of Rome, Italy) and also the Aleteia news aggregate, both on Feb. 4, 2015, Christians across the Middle Eastern nation will peal Church bells in honor of the horrifically murdered Jordanian pilot, as well as in a display of patriotism and unity with their nation against the ISIS terrorists.
Depending who you talk to, Israel’s military recruitment efforts aimed at young Arab Christians has either been a dismal failure or a step in the right direction, albeit a slow one. A prime example would be the two very different takes on the same story as reported by the openly tilted “supporters of the Palestinian cause” left-of-center Middle East Monitor news portal on April 23, 2014, and also reported on the opposite end of the spectrum by the self-described “Jewish and Israel news for Jewish media” internet portal The Jewish and Israel News Service on April 22, 2014.