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Nigerian capital hit by bombs on New Years Eve

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More vicious terrorist attacks while the world leftist press stays silent. The escalation of Muslim attacks on Christians Christmas week and New Years continues unabated, unchallenged, unanswered. God forgive us. Officials in Nigeria say a bomb has exploded at a popular market inside an army barracks in the capital, Abuja. Nigerian television is reporting that at least 30 people died in the explosion.... 

Car bomb at Egyptian church kills 21 as worshippers gather to celebrate New Year

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Authorities inspect the site of a car bomb that targeted midnight Christian worshippers outside the Al-Qiddissine (The Saints) church in the Egyptian port city of Alexandria this morning. A car bombing outside a church killed 21 people in Egypt’s northern city of Alexandria as worshippers gathered to mark the New Year. The Interior Ministry said 24 people were also wounded in the bombing, which... 

Muslim fanatic jailed for preaching race hate now accused of swindling benefits

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Abu Yahya selling clothes at the New Covent Garden Market in Vauxhall earlier this month A notorious Muslim fanatic has been accused of fiddling the benefits system by working while claiming jobseekers’ allowance. Abdul Rehman Saleem, known as Abu Yahya, is working on a market stall at the same time as collecting the £60 a week benefit, a friend of his estranged wife claimed. The 35-year-old was... 

Holidays a high season for Islamist recruitment

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Suspected Islamic extremists are reportedly being closely monitored during the holidays, which German intelligence authorities consider to be a high season for Islamist recruitment. The period between Christmas and New Year is often used by Islamists to attract new followers who fill their time during breaks from work or school by attending sermons and lectures, daily Süddeutsche Zeitung reported... 

Senior Greek priest blames Jews for Greece's financial problems

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Metropolite of Piraeus Seraphim Metropolite of Piraeus Seraphim says Hitler was just a Zionist instrument to convince the Jews to leave Europe to Israel and ‘establish the new Empire’, JTA reports. A leading priest in Greece said that the world Jewry was to blame for the country’s financial problems, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency reported on Wednesday. While being interviewed on a... 

Bethlehem sees record pilgrim crowd for Christmas

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Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem Fouad Twal carries the statuette of baby Jesus during the midnight Mass ceremony which marks the beginning of Christmas Day at the Church of the Nativity in the West Bank town of Bethlehem. Largest amount of pilgrims in a decade visit Bethlehem for Christmas. The largest number of pilgrims in a decade gathered in Bethlehem to celebrate Christmas, with tens of thousands... 

Pope delivers unprecedented Christmas message on BBC

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In a first for the Vatican and British broadcaster BBC, Pope Benedict XVI Friday was given a radio slot to deliver a Christmas message to the people of Britain. The pope, 83, said he remembered his September visit to Scotland and England with great fondness. ‘I want you to know that I keep all of you very much in my prayers during this holy season,’ he said. The message was broadcast only... 

Burqa-clad mum Carnita Matthews jailed for six months

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Mistaken identity... Carnita Matthews outside court with a friend A BURQA-CLAD mother of seven who claimed she was the victim of mistaken identity has been jailed for six months for making a false complaint against a police officer. Magistrate Robert Rabbidge dismissed Carnita Matthews’ allegations that a highway patrol officer was racist after he pulled her over for a Random Breath Test and... 

Christmas trees 'provocative:' Nazareth suburb's mayor

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An Israeli child plays with Christmas decorations at a market stall in Nazareth in 2009. The mayor of a Jewish suburb of Nazareth sparked outrage on Wednesday after refusing to allow Christmas trees to be placed in town squares, calling them provocative. The mayor of a Jewish suburb of Nazareth sparked outrage on Wednesday after refusing to allow Christmas trees to be placed in town squares, calling... 

Cop arrests preacher for saying homosexuality a sin

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One of the police officers arrested a street preacher Telling a street preacher that it is against the law to affirm the Bible’s teaching on homosexuality is costing a team of British policeofficers some $11,000 – plus legal fees. That was the resolution announced by The Christian Institute in a case that it fought on behalf of a street preacher, Dale Mcalpine, who was arrested and detained... 

European Commission criticised for omitting Christmas on EU school diary

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The European Commission has come under fire for producing more than three million copies of an EU diary for secondary schools which contains no reference to Christmas but includes Jewish, Hindu, Sikh and Muslim festivities. More than 330,000 copies of the diaries, accompanied by 51 pages of glossy information about the EU, have been delivered to British schools as a “sought after” Christmas... 

British Red Cross bans Christmas

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Christmas has been banned by the Red Cross from its 430 fund-raising shops. Staff have been ordered to take down decorations and to remove any other signs of the Christian festival because they could offend Moslems. The charity’s politically-correct move triggered an avalanche of criticism and mockery last night – from Christians and Moslems. Christine Banks, a volunteer at a Red Cross... 

Pope calls Christians the most persecuted

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Pope Benedict XVI said Thursday that Christians suffer more religious persecution than any other group, denouncing lack of freedom of worship as an “intolerable” threat to world security. The message reflected a pressing concern by Benedict in recent months for the plight of Christian minorities in parts of the world, especially in the Middle East. “Sadly, the year now ending has... 

Hungary May Introduce Constitutional Ban on Abortion

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Hungarian PM Viktor Orban with Pope Benedict XVI in the Vatican earlier this month. Life must be protected from the moment of conception, Hungary’s ruling party said in a draft of the country’s new constitution that would effectively introduce a complete ban on abortion after several decades of liberal laws. Pope Benedict XVI earlier in December told the Hungarian ambassador it was “desirable... 

Everything qualified as "Art" actually Destroys Art

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All the controversy surrounding the ant-covered Jesus exhibit that was eventually pulled from the federally funded National Portrait Gallery at the Smithsonian, reminded me of a trip the wife and I took to one of the prestigious art museums last year here in Los Angeles. Most of the exhibits were gorgeous, ranging from sculptures from ancient Greece to art deco furniture and household items, and we... 
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