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Islamic State Supporters Following Coptic Bus Attack: ‘Christians Will Not Have Security’

Writing in an encrypted chat room, Islamic State sympathizers and militants celebrated the deadly terrorist attack against a bus of Coptic Christian pilgrims in Egypt on Friday, and warned that Christians in the country should expect more such attacks. Via: Aaron Ron Klein And Ali Waked       Breitbart Jerusalem obtained access to correspondence posted in a closed chat group that ...

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Muslim terrorists in Egypt Attack Bus Carrying Coptic Christians killing 28 people

Islamist have attacked a bus carrying Coptic Christians in central Egypt, killing at least 28 people and wounding 25 others, state media report. The bus was travelling to the Monastery of St Samuel the Confessor, 135km (85 miles) south of Cairo, from Minya province when it came under fire. Via: bbc.com No group immediately said it was behind the attack. But Islamic ...

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Islamists Conducting a New Jihad against the West

But, as regards the reward and blessing, there is one deed which is very great in comparison to all the acts of worship and all the good deed­[s] — and that is Jihad!” — Saudi publisher’s prefatory note, Jihad in the Qu’ran and Sunnah by Sheikh ‘Abdullah bin Muhammad bin Humaid. Via: William DiPuccio                   ...

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The Swedish Migration Board is promoting a “Christianity Test” with asylum seekers

Sweden’s Migration Agency is in hot water for giving Bible knowledge quizzes to Christian asylum seekers, local media reports. Some social media users are saying it is ‘absurd and ridiculous’ to require such tests in mostly secular Sweden. Via: svt.se A few questions on the quiz cited by Swedish SVT broadcaster included: “How many parts are there in the New Testament?” “Can ...

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Islam and Multiculturalism in Germany- March 2017

Police knew as early as March 2016 that Anis Amri, the 31-year-old Tunisian who carried out the December 19 jihadist attack on the Christmas market in Berlin, was planning an attack, but he was not deported because he did not have a passport. Via:  Soeren Kern Humboldt University will become the sixth university in Germany to teach Islamic theology. Berlin ...

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Europe Making Its Way into the New Afghanistan

“Those (migrants) who come to seek freedom in France must participate in freedom. Migrants did not come to seek asylum in Saudi Arabia, but in Germany. Why? For security, freedom and prosperity. So they must not come to create a new Afghanistan,” said Algerian writer Kamel Daoud. Right. But it is the European mainstream that is letting them turn our ...

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Easter 2017, Christians ‘Most Persecuted Group in the World’

In many parts of the world, Christians gathering to celebrate Christ’s resurrection do so with the knowledge that any day their faith could cost them their lives as it has for thousands of their brothers and sisters. Via:  Thomas D. Williams On Palm Sunday, twin bombings by jihadists at two Egyptian churches killed at least 45 worshippers and wounded more than ...

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Egyptian CHRISTIANS have cancelled Easter celebrations fearing ISIS will launch a terror attack

Elaborate traditional celebrations for the holy weekend in Egypt have been stripped back over security fears, after at least 45 people were killed in Palm Sunday attacks on a Catheral in Alexandria and a church in Tanta on April 9. Via: express.co.uk ISIS claimed responsibility for the attacks, which came months after the terrorists vowed to eradicate Christianity from Egypt. Only ...

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U.S. backed plan to launch chemical weapon attack on Syria and blame it on Assad’s regime

                 29 January 2013 Leaked emails have allegedly proved that the White House gave the green light to a chemical weapons attack in Syria that could be blamed on Assad’s regime and in turn, spur international military action in the devastated country. Via: dailymail.co.uk  A report released on Monday contains an email exchange between ...

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Syria’s civil war the bloodiest conflicts in the world today

Syria’s civil war is not only one of the bloodiest conflicts in the world today, it’s also one of the most complicated. Via: Brünnhilde  It started out as an uprising against President Bashar al-Assad, but now it’s a free-for-all.  ISIS controls a big chunk of the country, but they are under attack from all sides. The Kurdish YPG and its allies ...

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