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Alleged creator of infamous anti-Muslim film questioned by police in LA

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The filmmaker allegedly responsible for the anti-Muslim film ‘Innocence of Muslims,’ which sparked anti-US protests around world, was called in by Los Angeles police for questioning, county officials confirmed. Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, 55, was taken to a police station in Cerritos, California, where he was interviewed by federal probation officers, LA County Sheriff Department spokesperson... 

The Christian Name

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For centuries the practice of naming one’s child after a saint was almost second nature. Typically, Catholics named their child after the saint on whose day he was born. Over the past few decades, however, the invasion of secularism and moral relativism has worked to undermine the family and religious faith threatening, in turn, this and other such Christian traditions. Swept away by the lack... 

Greece demands Billions of Euros for German WW2 crimes

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German tanks rumbling through the historic streets of Greek capital Athens as the conquering soldiers stage a victory parade in 1941 Greece has threatened to hit Germany with a bill for tens of billions of pounds in outstanding reparations for Nazi war crimes during the Second World War. The move is an indication of growing outrage in Athens at the strictures being placed on the Greek economy by EU... 

Documents show US cover-up of Stalin's Katyn massacre

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The US has long held in its possession verified documentation proving the 1940 Katyn forest massacre of several thousand Polish POWs was committed by the Soviet Union. Why did Washington conceal it: to cover-up for its wartime ally Josef Stalin. ­The Associated Press has seen newly declassified documents illuminating the Katyn Massacre, which are being released and put online by the US National Archives... 

New war between Sudan and South Sudan possible?

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Negotiations between Sudan and South Sudan, aimed to conclude a contract on the borders between the two countries, continue in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa. The contract will allow the countries to finally resolve the differences related to the transportation of oil from South Sudan through the Northern Sudan. The UN Security Council gave the two countries the time until September 22 to sign... 

Geert Wilders under pressure for trying to ban Halal ritual

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Maverick Dutch politician Geert Wilders, who has described himself as “Israel’s greatest friend” has found out the hard way that his “Jewish friends” are not in the slightest way loyal to any Gentile, even those who genuflect before their Zionist paymasters. Wilders, who is best known for his anti-Islamist campaigns, has made a critical error by deciding to support a bill in the Dutch parliament... 

Italian cardinal: Catholic Church left 200 years behind

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The former archbishop of Milan and papal candidate warned in his last interview that the Roman Catholic Church was left “200 years behind.” Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini, who was once regarded as a possible successor to Pope John Paul II, died on Friday at the age of 85 because of Parkinson’s disease. “The Church has been left 200 years behind. Why doesn’t it rouse itself? Are we... 

Western culture turns people into monsters

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Nicolas Bonnal speaks about the destructive power of the Western culture. According to him, the culture of the West is aimed against humans and their ability to think and feel. This culture is connected with the training of people; it has vile goals and global plans. The USSR, among other things, was disliked in the West for reasons other than political. The USSR did not produce The Beatles, but it... 

Europe turns into sea of Sodom

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A few days ago, Germany’s Ministry of Justice exposed the draft amendments to the legislation to legalize gay marriage in the country. In fact, sexual minorities enjoy complete freedom in the country. In 2001, their freedom became official: their relationship was called a “civil partnership”. Something like a civil marriage or live-in relationship. Nowadays, according to the proposed... 

Islam is inseparable part of Russia's society and culture - Putin

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President Vladimir Putin congratulated the Russian Hajj Mission on its 10th anniversary, and said that Islam has become integral to Russia’s religious, cultural and social fabric. “Traditions of Islam are based on eternal values of kindness, mercifulness and justice. Millions of people in our country practice this ancient religion,” Putin wrote in a telegram published on the Kremlin’s website. The... 

United Church of Canada defends decision to boycott Israeli products

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Canada’s largest Protestant church has defended it decision to boycott goods produced in the Israeli settlements located within the occupied Palestinian territories, Press TV reports. “The majority of people clearly wanted to send some kind of message that the increased settlements on the (Palestinian) occupied territories are a serious impediment to the peace process. And, part of it is because... 

Belgian priests to hold "anti-pedophile training"

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Psychiatrists will be helping trainee priests in Belgium to avoid potentially dangerous situations at work. Special “anti-pedophile” training is the new measure to help prevent child abuse by priests. ­According to Belgium’s RTL online, psychiatrists will teach aspiring priests “the correct attitude in the presence of a child”. “The goal of the training? Not to repeat the errors of the... 

UK to grant Muslims Islamic holidays

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London has become the UK’s first city to recognize Islamic holidays, a move meant to encourage the integration of a religious minority often vilified by opponents of immigration. Tower Hamlets recommends that its schools close on the Islamic feasts of Eid al-Fitr and Eid ul-Adha. The local authority states: “Tower Hamlets policy is that schools should close for Eid (these dates have been advised... 

Parents Fear School will implant 'Mark of the Beast' on children's hands

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Mark of the Beast: A Louisiana public school’s decision to purchase palm scanners to speed up lunch lines and payments has been met with religious opposition A Louisiana public school’s decision to purchase palm scanners to speed up lunch lines and payments has been met with religious opposition. Mother Mamie Sonnier said that she will not allow her children to participate in the scanner... 

Over 529 killed in exodus to homeland for festivity celebration in Indonesia

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Exodus to homeland for celebrating Islamic festivity, Eid al-Fitr, has already killed 529 people in 3,452 traffic accidents in Indonesia, media quoting official reported here on Wednesday. Data from Transport Ministry said that 837 people suffered from serious injury and 2,829 others got mild wounds. “We recorded a total of 3,452 traffic accidents from eight days before to two days after the... 
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