Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Copts whose church was one of dozens destroyed by Muslim Brotherhood supporters have returned to the charred house of worship, with their pastor vowing the violence suffered by his flock will make them "better Christians."

"This will learn us to be better Christians," said Pastor Sameh Ibrahim of a torched congregation in Minya, the capital of Minya Governorate in Upper Egypt, where some 14 churches were reportedly attacked in recent days.

Across Egypt, at least 60 churches have been targeted, along with Christian schools, homes,businesses and even an orphanage, according to conservative estimates. In the areas of Minya, Beni Suef, Fayoum and Assiut, Christian homes and businesses have received leaflets warning them to leave or face reprisals by Islamists, Christians said.

Christian homes and businesses in Minya have reportedly been marked with black X's to single them out for attack.

Another pastor in the area shares his concerns. "We live in our church, so when someone attacks out congregation, it's as if our house is being attacked," said Pastor John Amin of the Meni Mazar church in published remarks.

"Our children are afraid," he added.

As violence envelops Egypt, Christians are paying a heavy price with scores of their most sacred buildings and monuments being systematically destroyed by members of the Muslim Brotherhood in what one Coptic leader called an attempt at ethnic cleansing.

The group, which is clashing with the military throughout the North African nation, has zeroed in on Christians since the Muslim Brotherhood-backed administration of Mohamed Morsi was ousted on July 3. The military removed him from power after he imposed several sweeping constitutional changes that appeared to put the nation of 90 million on a path toward Islamist rule.

“The Muslim Brotherhood continues its attacks on churches to implement their scheme, which includes ethnic cleansing and the forced displacement of Copts,” Abul Ezz el-Hariri, a Christian and former presidential candidate from Alexandria, told MidEast Christian News. “Egyptian churches are part of a blueprint by the MB to lure other Islamist groups.”

    “The Muslim Brotherhood continues its attacks on churches to implement their scheme, which includes ethnic cleansing and the forced displacement of Copts.”

- Abul Ezz el-Hariri, a Christian and former presidential candidate

At least 50 Christian churches and schools have been looted and set ablaze since fierce fighting broke out last week. In one recent case, Islamists torched a Franciscan school and then paraded three nuns on the street like "prisoners of war" before a Muslim woman offered them refuge, according to Catholic World Report.

The campaign of intimidation also has targeted the homes and businesses of Christians, who make up about 10 percent of the nation's population. Egypt's Christian community is one of the world's oldest, and generally kept a low-profile before becoming more active after the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak and the rapidly spiraling Islamification that followed under Morsi.

Under fire, Christians are solidly backing the military's harsh crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood.

"The Coptic Orthodox Church of Egypt...confirms its strong stance with the Egyptian law enforcement, the armed forces, and all of the institutions of the Egyptian people in its confrontation of the violent armed organizations," the nation's Christian leader, Pope Tawadros II,  said in a statement.

Monasteries, dioceses, churches, schools and other property of Copts have been targeted since government security forces broke up Muslim Brotherhood sit-ins in Raba al-Adaweya and Nahda squares on Wednesday.


Tuesday, July 23, 2013

No parallels should ever be drawn between the sufferings of Jesus with the Holocaust. Jesus laid His life down of His own accord in obedience to the Father’s commandment.

[John 10:18] “No one has taken it away from Me, but I lay it down on My own initiative. I have authority to lay it down, and I have authority to take it up again. This commandment I received from My Father.” 

He did not have to lay His life down, but He did; hence, of the free will which is purely human. Only flesh-and-blood humans have the free independent will. (Spirits, winds, flames the angels do not have free will.)


Hitler was elected on the anti-Semitic ticket. The Nazi party was formed on the anti-Semitic ticket. A party walkout from the Parliament’s floor (Reichstag) forces new elections. That’s what Hitler’s Nazis did repeatedly; they wanted more seats. Another campaign with more vehement fiery anti-Jewish speeches… The more this monster (Hitler) spewed his fire against the Jew the more his party grew. People made their repeated choices for Hitler and for his policies. The anti-Semites kept on pumping up the Nazi balloon until it became Reichstag’s majority. They did not have to do that did they? While Hitler was still insignificant—knowing what he was after (he did not hide his true intentions)—they could have voted in another candidate, but they did not. CHOICE! 

Hitler became the chancellor and then took the power of president. The people relaxed by letting Hitler have a complete dictatorship over them. They did it in no other name but in the name of prejudice and hate against the Jew. CHOICE!

It was the German people’s choice. Free will. They had plenty of opportunities to not choose Hitler after so many walkouts and during new campaigns. They already knew well what kind of stew Hitler was cooking for the Jewish people and yet they kept voting for the Nazis and not for anyone else. CHOICE!

Hitler repeatedly used his anti-Jewish trump card for it worked magic for him. For more than 500 years the German people were being brainwashed with anti Jewish sentiments. People only were reading about the Jew for there was less than 1% of Jews living in Germany. An average German has hardly seen a Jew; yet, the anti-Semitic fires were being repeatedly fanned. Hitler only awakened the smoldering wick; the people let him do that until they caught the fire of supremacy over all other peoples. CHOICE!

Jesus chose to lay His life down for others, but Germans chose to destroy the Jew.

Therefore there is no comparison between Jesus and the Holocaust. A choice to be the atonement for the world, and a choice to destroy other peoples in the name of supremacy—these two choices will never come together. There are too many loose ends, which cannot ever be tied together.


The sick soul remains sick and no one can make any sense out of this terrible disease. Talking won’t help. Lip service won’t help. Lip apologies also won’t do anything for it is like a piece of a new material sewn into a very old garment; and the tearing will be worse. No one wants to repent wholeheartedly for his and her sin and the sins of their forefathers who embraced the anti God’s chosen and anti the Bible-writers and preservers people. The malady remains.


An ill person seeks comfort from another ill person to have fellowship with. Sickness must never be explained, words often make it worse. Healing of the soul begins with sorrowfulness and tears; these tears wash the soul. It is so modern to articulate things Dr. Phil style. Next pills are prescribed and therapy, until one becomes like a zombie. Then one needs medicinal marihuana and fade into space… forget it all. The malady of the soul is not hard to take out provided one wants to part with this “special” friend that soothes and comforts in order to tear apart again and again. Hitler’s tactic was to soothe the Germans; he fed them his spoonful of syrup and then terrorized them with Gestapo. When Russians reached Berlin Hitler said that (his beloved) Germans don’t deserve to live for buckling under the Soviets. He killed himself instead of the malady of his soul. Just as he killed Eva Brown he wanted to do to every German.

Education can be a powerful tool, but education does not have to be turned on like TV or opened like a book; it can be avoided and most do exactly that.

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Tuesday, July 9, 2013

ADL Appalled at Reports that Turkish Deputy P.M. Blamed ‘Jewish Diaspora’ for Fueling Demonstrations

Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Besir Atalay
AP Photo/Burhan Ozbilici
New York, NY, July 2, 2013 … The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) today urged the prime minister of Turkey and other government leaders to immediately, strongly and publicly reject disturbing conspiratorial statements reportedly made by the deputy prime minister who blamed, among others, the “Jewish diaspora” for instigating and fueling recent demonstrations in Turkey.

In remarks yesterday, Deputy Prime Minister Besir Atalay reportedly claimed that the foreign media and the “Jewish diaspora” were responsible for “the conspiracy” that was “trying to block the way of Great Turkey.” According to news reports, he said, “There are some circles that are jealous of Turkey’s growth. They are all uniting, on one side the Jewish diaspora. You saw the foreign media’s attitude during the Gezi Park incidents; they bought it and started broadcasting immediately, without doing an evaluation….”

“The anti-Semitic nature of this conspiratorial statement would be disturbing if uttered by anyone in Turkey,” said Abraham H. Foxman, ADL National Director. “It is all the more outrageous and harmful coming from such a high ranking member of the Turkish government. We share the concerns expressed by the Turkish Jewish community about the possible consequences of this rash remark.”

In a letter to Namik Tan, Turkey’s Ambassador to the United States, the League called on the prime minster and other government officials to “publicly and vociferously reject Mr. Atalay’s statement” if the reports about his remarks are accurate.

The Anti-Defamation League, founded in 1913, is the world's leading organization fighting anti-Semitism through programs and services that counteract hatred, prejudice and bigotry.


Friday, June 7, 2013

Vladimir Putin has offered to send Russian troops to act as peacekeepers in the Golan Heights after Austria said it would withdraw its forces following violent clashes in the area earlier this week.

The only border crossing between Israel and Syria was the scene of heavy fighting yesterday between regular Syrian soldiers and rebels fighting to oust President Bashar al-Assad. The violence prompted Austria to announce that it would withdraw its 300 or so soldiers from the 1,100-strong UN peacekeeping unit, the Disengagement Observer Force.

"We could replace the leaving Austrian contingent in this region on the border between Israeli troops and the Syrian army," Mr Putin told the RIA Novosti news agency.

Israel - which is concerned that the Syrian conflict could seep across its border, and which has significantly increased the number of its own military in the area - was angered by the Austrian decision and demanded that the UN replace the departing troops.

The Russian offer may be viewed as a double-edged sword in Israel, however. Moscow has remained a steadfast supporter of the Assad government throughout the two-year civil war, despite many other countries insisting that the Syrian president's cannot stay in office. There has also been anger in the Jewish state about Russian insistence that it will supply Damascus with the sophisticated S300 missiles, which Israel fears could fall into the hands of groups such as Hezbollah, the Lebanese Islamist militant organization, which is fighting on behalf of the Syrian government.

Despite reports that the missiles have already arrived in Syria, it is believed that they are still to be delivered. Nonetheless, Israeli defense officials have insisted in recent weeks that they have the right to act militarily to prevent the S300s from finding their way to Hezbollah and other militant groups.

DEBKAfile: The Russian president saw his opportunity to pluck the fruits of Moscow’s success in backing the Syrian-Hizballah forces’ advances in major battles against rebels, notably at al Qusayr, and position Russian troops face to face with the Israeli army. They would constitute a barrier against any military intervention being mounted against the Assad regime from Israel.
UN Deputy Spokesman Farhan Hak said: "The UN would welcome Russia’s contribution to peacekeeping efforts in the region."

Our military and intelligence sources doubt whether the Israeli government will be enthusiastic about Russian troops policing the Golan sector separating Israeli and Syrian forces. Jerusalem may be expected to seek advice from Washington in order to get the Russian contribution disqualified on the grounds that Moscow can hardly claim to be a neutral party when it is so heavily committed militarily to one side of the Syrian conflict.

The Obama administration’s reaction to Putin’s move is hard to predict because a rejection could torpedo the fading prospects of the US-Russian-sponsored Geneva conference for a political solution of the Syrian war - for which no date has yet been set.

The Russian president appears to be aiming at having Russian troops posted on Syrian soil under the US flag when – and if - the conference ever gets off the ground.

What Putin said was this: “In view of the complicated situation which is currently unfolding on the Golan Heights, we could replace the Austrian peacekeeping contingent, which is withdrawing from this region, on the disengagement line between Israeli troops and the Syrian army.”
The Russian president made no mention of the presence of Syrian rebels on the Golan.

Israel has four major concerns in this matter:

1. The presence of Russian troops on the Syrian side of the Golan would inhibit Israeli cross-border military action should it become necessary for its security.

2. It would upset the relations the IDF has developed with certain Syrian rebel units, manifested by their war wounded receiving treatment at the military field hospital set up especially at the Tel Hazaka post on the Golan and transferred in severe case to hospitals in Haifa and Safed.
Last week, US military released data with pictures showing the movements of Israeli special forces in and out of Syria.

3. The possibility of Russian officers in blue helmets interfering with Israeli military movements on the Israeli side of the Golan as well cannot be ruled out.

4. Some of the Russian contingent may be assigned to gather intelligence on Israeli military movements in the north of the country. There is no way to stop them handing those secrets over to the Syrian and Hizballah.

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Russian S-300 air-defense missiles to Syria

Thursday, June 6, 2013

Israel's defense chief, Moshe Yaalon, said earlier this week that Russia's plan to supply Syria with the weapons is a threat and that Israel was prepared to use force to stop the delivery.

On Monday, the European Union lifted an arms embargo on Syria, paving way for individual countries of the 27-member bloc to send weapons to rebels fighting to topple Assad's regime. The move raised fears of an arms race in the Middle East.

Israel has carried out several airstrikes in Syria in recent months that are believed to have destroyed weapons shipments bound for Hezbollah. It is not clear whether Israeli warplanes entered Syrian airspace in these attacks.

But with the Russian missiles in Syria's possession, the Israeli air force's ability to act could be limited.

Israel has lobbied Moscow over the planned sale of S-300 air-defense missiles to Syria but on Tuesday, Russia's deputy foreign minister, Sergei Ryabkov, said his government remained committed to the deal.

The S-300s have a range of up to 125 miles and the capability to track and strike multiple targets simultaneously. Syria already possesses Russian-made air defenses, and Israel is believed to have used long-distance bombs fired from Israeli or Lebanese airspace. The S-300s would expand Syria's capabilities, allowing it to counter airstrikes launched from foreign airspace as well.

Monday's decision by the EU paved the way for individual countries to send weapons to Assad's outgunned opponents. The EU's move may have little impact on the conflict since no single European country is expected to send lethal weapons to the rebels anytime soon.

Britain and France, the main military powers in the EU, had pushed for lifting the embargo. They have argued that Europe's threat of arming the rebels in the future would force Assad to negotiate in good faith.

Russia, an Assad ally, harshly criticized Europe's decision to allow the arming of Syrian rebels, saying it undercuts international efforts to bring the opposing sides in Syrian conflict together for a peace conference.

Syria claims Russia has started delivering S300 missiles

Syria's president has made an incendiary claim that Russia has begun delivery of a sophisticated missile system that has been described as a "game-changer" in the conflict.

Source: The Telegraph 

This unhealthy buildup leads to the final hour. Skeptics would like to be proven wrong when it comes to the Bible. This escalation will bring on some unexpected miraculous and inexplicable occurrences, but the status quo will continue anyway for man plays god and has deluded himself into believing that he made himself and so he can also take himself. The suicidal mentality belongs to fools and self-obsessed maniacs for the WAY OF PEACE they do not know. But will they ever get to know it? - Hardly. They will never know it; that's why they are destined (or they have destined themselves) for fire. But as for you my dear reader recognize the times and avail yourself with the supernatural knowledge of peace. 

This book introduces you to a special kind of peace; to faith and why it is so important to not have a blind faith but an educated one. 

Peace heals and restores; it mends and makes one. This kind of peace can even change your biology, your brain and even your genes. 

Your posterity will thank you for getting hold of this very important message .


Tuesday, June 4, 2013

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Heavy explosions shook Damascus early on Sunday and Syrian state television said Israeli rockets had struck a military research center on the outskirts of the capital.

The research center in Jamraya was the target of an earlier Israeli strike in January. Video footage uploaded onto the Internet by activists showed a huge ball of fire rising into the night sky.

Convoy of over 30 vehicles have left presidential palace in Mezzeh. Reports that buildings in same complex were touched. Israeli intervention in Syria civil war about as 'helpful' as in Lebanon civil war: exacerbating the situation in every way possible.

Syria Breaking News | Damascus Rural | Alqalamoon | May 5, 2013 At about 3:00 a.m.

Damascus time, regime warplanes began circling the sky over towns and cities in the area, particularly the Damascus-Homs highway. The planes continue to fly over the area now and it is the first time they have flown over this particular area at this time of day

Damascus: Strange odors throughout the capital city are causing runny eyes and coughing. /LCC Syria

Damascus: Massive destruction and fires are reported at the headquarters of the 4th Division in the suburb of Qudsaya, reports about defection in all the regiments and clashes within the regiments.

FSA is attacking AL Hemme in retalation to Banyas and Al Bayda massacres, and intensive use of CW in the area.

Presidential fleet is on full alert at Al Muhajereen in Damascus (FSAUnited)

Research Centre' struck by #Israel tested chemical weapons on bodies of thousands of political prisoners in #Assad jails throughout 1980s.

Regarding The Israeli Raids
May 6th, 2013 abeer

The Local Coordination Committees in Syria (LCC) deplores the Israeli raids on Syrian territory and condemns ongoing violations of the Syrian people's national sovereignty.

The LCC confirms that the Syrian regime's reckless behavior has turned Syria into a state of chaos, and the regime alone bears full responsibility for the outcome of a country that has become a playground in which regional and international powers settle their scores at the expense of the Syrian people. It is important to remember that this regime has never served as a resistance force; rather, the regime has protected Israel over the past decades. The game of "resistance" has only been used to impose repression, tyranny, and bullying of the domestic population under the pretext of external danger.

The Israeli raids targeted military installations and ammunition depots, which had been used to kill unarmed civilians -- the sons and daughters of Syria. Nonetheless, the raids can only be seen in the context of serving Israeli interests, which align in many ways with those of the Syrian regime. The regime is trying to force the country into a sectarian war and to become a divided state -- a condition that has long been a strategic goal for Israel.

Syria crisis: 'Strong evidence' of chemical attacks, in Saraqeb.

The BBC has been shown evidence which appears to corroborate reports of a chemical attack in the northern Syrian town of Saraqeb last month. Eyewitnesses and victims say that government helicopters dropped at least two devices containing poisonous gas on the town.

Watch BBC video 
What the Bible says about Syria and Damascus?


Monday, June 3, 2013

The Obama administration said Thursday that the Syrian government is likely to have used chemical weapons on a small scale against its own people, but it stopped short of threatening military action against President Bashar al-Assad.

In a letter to key lawmakers, the White House said U.S. intelligence agencies “assess with varying degrees of confidence that the Syrian regime has used chemical weapons on a small scale in Syria, specifically the chemical agent sarin.”

Despite the caveats, the disclosure puts President Obama under new pressure to respond because it is the first time that the United States has joined other countries in suggesting that the Assad government is likely to have deployed chemical weapons over the course of Syria’s two-year-old conflict.

BEIRUT — Israeli warplanes bombed the outskirts of Damascus early Sunday for the second time in recent days, according to Syrian state media and reports from activists, signaling a sharp escalation in tensions between the neighboring countries that had already been exacerbated by the conflict raging in Syria.

Though there was no official confirmation that Israel had carried out the attack, the Israeli military later announced that it had deployed two of its Iron Dome rocket defense batteries near its northern border in response to what it called “ongoing situational assessments.”

Videos posted on the Internet by activists showed a huge fireball erupting on Mount Qassioun, a landmark hill overlooking the capital on which the Syrian government has deployed much of the firepower it is using against rebel-controlled areas surrounding the city.

The official Syrian Arab News Agency said that a scientific research facility had been struck by an Israeli missile, and a banner displayed on state television said the attack was intended to relieve pressure on rebel forces in the embattled eastern suburbs. The banner was accompanied by martial music and footage of Syrian soldiers marching, descending from helicopters and firing rockets, indicating that Syria may not shrug off the assault, as it has with some Israeli strikes in the past.

By Anne Gearan and Craig Whitlock,April 25, 2013 Washington Post

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