A DAY OF MOURNING FOR PERSECUTED PEOPLE IN ISLAMIC REGIMES
WHEN: Sunday June 23, TIME: 1 pm, WHERE: Ontario Legislative building (Queens Park) at University and Wellesley streets in Toronto
PURPOSE: To stand together in a peaceful demonstration in front of “The Ontario Legislative Building” for our government and citizens to open their eyes to this terrible persecution taking place, and as well, we will be praying together in a day of mourning.
Pastor James Luke
Christine Williams:Journalist, news analyst, Award-winning TV Producer (CTS TV), Member of Simon Wiesenthal Task Force Against Anti-semitism; Human Rights Advocate
Rev. Majed El Shafie: human rights advocate; Founder of One Free World International (OFWI). Fleed Egypt after being tortured and sentenced to death for conversion to Christianity.
Keith Davies: Director of Forum For Middle East Understanding (FFMU) and Rescue Christians
Mark Harding: Evangelists of Canada
Meir Weinstein: Leader, Jewish Defense League, Canada
Rev. Tony Costa (PhD)
A DAY OF MOURNING FOR PERSECUTED PEOPLE IN ISLAMIC REGIMES
Angrymikes, you won't like it. Guns, scantily clad women.
Raymond Johnson, the director of the archaeological mission from the University of Chicago in Luxor, said: “This is a disgrace, it’s a real tragedy. After the meeting with the minister they increased the number of guards, but many of them are from the same families as those that pillage the site.”
That will work out nicely.
Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi recently appointed 17 new local governors this weekend, seven of them from his party, and one from a decidedly problematic one: The new governor of Luxor belongs to the political wing of Gamaa al-Islamiyya, which is not only a terrorist group but the organization that perpetrated one of the worst terrorist attacks in Egyptian history in Luxor, where they slaughtered four Egyptians and 58 foreign tourists in 1997.
TORONTO -- A new Ontario PC television ad attacking Premier Kathleen Wynne has triggered a war of words.
The advertising spot seeks to draw a tight connection between Wynne and former Premier Dalton McGuinty's cancellation of the Mississauga and Oakville gas plants at a loss of $585 million
If someone hadn't died.
"Today in Lipetsk on the street Balmochnyh visited relatives of 29-year-old Titov, who died June 16 during the demolition of the upper floors of the brick building."
Richard Kurland and Jerry Agar go head-to-head in the debate over stripping terrorists of their Canadian citizenship.
Aisha the Adulteress
Pierre Trudeau, in outlining his vision for Canada, wrote: “The Just Society will be one in which the rights of minorities will be safe from the whims of intolerant majorities.” It is with this narrative that the Canadian left has achieved great success at the ballot box. Liberals will claim that Muslims, women, homosexuals, Aboriginals and other minorities are oppressed by the intolerant white Christian majority.
NB: This Mathew Lau's first piece for the Propagandist, you'll recognize Mathew as a regular commenter and tipster here.
“Are you saying that no Muslim suicide bomber has ever blown himself up with the expectation of getting into Paradise?”
“Yes,” he said, “that’s what I’m saying. No one believes in Paradise.”
At a moment like this, it is impossible to know whether one is in the presence of mental illness or a terminal case of intellectual dishonesty. Atran’s belief—apparently shared by many people—is so at odds with what can be reasonably understood from the statements and actions of jihadists that it admits of no response.
The notion that no one believes in Paradise is far crazier than a belief in Paradise."
West Midlands Police said they were contacted by the caller who said he "wished to report her for breaching the Sale of Goods Act".
Nasty! h/t TS
Canadian universities are receiving funds from what U.S. prosecutors allege is a front for the Iranian government
"A foundation that American authorities say is a front for the Iranian government continues to fund McGill University and a Toronto Farsi school, years after U.S. federal prosecutors went to court to seize the group’s assets and alleged it was channelling money to an Iranian state-owned bank sanctioned by Canada.
The Alavi Foundation is a New York-based non-profit that has given more than $300,000 to Canadian universities, and more than $200,000 to the private Toronto Farsi School, since 2004."
"...Dana Margolis, the wife of dashing foreign affairs-expert/vitamins manufacturer Eric..."
"The papacy was in a very precarious position when Pope Pius IX convened the First Vatican Council on June 29, 1868. The drive for Italian unification had been underway for some time, with revolution in 1848 which led to the exile of Pius IX in the castle of Gaeta in the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies from November 24, 1848 until his return to Rome in April 1850. The revolutionaries declared a Roman Republic which was comprised of the Papal States and in accordance with the ideals of the Enlightenment religious liberty and tolerance was enshrined in the new constitution by article 7 of the Principi fondamentali..."
The common denominator in all three is a government that has lost its interest in fundamentally altering the way Ottawa works."
I'm sure that impressed the court at his appeal.
"Mr. Putin and his government are supporting the thugs of the Assad regime for their own reasons that I do not think are justifiable and Mr. Putin knows my view on that," said Harper in Dublin Sunday.
"One does not really need to support the people who not only kill their enemies, but open up their bodies, eat their intestines in front of the public and cameras," Putin said. "Are these the people you want to support?
"Are they the ones you want to supply with weapons?"
Putin refers to this video ~ Allahu Snackbar: Muslim eats piece of victim - This is what aid to Syria supports
Innovative Muslim Interfaith Outreach Results In 4 Burned Churches & Murder Of Pastor Who Refused Conversion To Islam
"A resident of Kunde, Tada Garuta told journalists that the gunmen climbed the hills by foot with explosives and petro-bombs, and after chanting "Allahu Akbar" meaning God is great, set ablaze four local churches."
"After he refused to renounce his faith. They slit his throat with sharp objects; and we started to flee for safety, as we don't know the next targets of these gunmen."
The 32-year-old is said to have tried to kill the worshippers during an argument over whether they were praying correctly.
Because Islam is all about women's rights... 10-year-old Pakistan girl forced to marry to settle feud
The incident occurred at Malahanwala in Hafizabad district, where the young daughter of Muhammad Akram was married off under the custom of 'vani' to settle a dispute that began when he took a second wife.
Akram abducted a woman named Munawaran Bibi and later married her out of love, police were quoted as saying by The Express Tribune.
And the Egyptian Justice and Progress Party sounds so just. And progressive :-(
(BTW, if you're curious as to the "Bride of the Nile" reference @1:02, in and of itself it's obviously ridiculous [although a memory of a pagan annual sacrifice wouldn't have been unlikely]; the legend, however, seems to have been used to defame the Copts.)