Join me in a fact finding mission to Israel – A once in a lifetime mission led by William J. Murray, William Federer and Frank Gaffney, all three experts on Israel and Islamic affairs. Not a standard “tour,” the mission includes visits to settlements and military bases plus evening panels. Read more
In this issue: Obama nightmare: Boston bombers not in Tea Party / Obama’s FBI not allowed to ask if terror suspect is Muslim / No remembrance of genocide of Armenian Christians / Congressman questions Saudi’s on Christian arrests / Congressman exposes plight of Middle Eastern Christians / Exposing the evil Saudi empire / UN Chief: Most important issue in world is “sexually confused” / US funded jihadists kidnap two archbishops / Confirmation that European jihadists fighting in Syria / Death for conversion in Morocco / Behead three Christian teen girls and go free
Obama nightmare: The Boston Bombers not in Tea Party – In a column written before one of the Chechen “suspects” was killed and the other captured, columnist Don Feder summarized – accurately – the reaction of the Obama Administration and the left to the news the bombers would be Muslim. His characterizations of Barack Obama, John Kerry, etc. and the Mainstream media are classic and worth the time to read and pass along. Read his column here
Obama’s FBI not allowed to ask if terrorist is a Muslim – The reason the FBI could not make a “determination” as to Tamerlan Tsarnaev being a threat, can be summed up in this one directive: “Training must emphasize that no investigative or intelligence collection activity may be based solely on race, ethnicity, national origin, or religious affiliation.” Read more
No remembrance of genocide – The White House made no statement on the 98th anniversary of the murder of four million Christians by the Turkish government. A 1918 film has been found concerning the genocide of the Armenian Christians – including crucifixions. Read more
Congressman questions Saudis – Congressman Steve Stockman (R-TX) has written a stern letter to the Saudi Arabian ambassador to the United States requesting information on the Ethiopian Christians who were arrested in February for praying in a private home.
Congressman exposes plight of Middle Easter Christians – U.S. Congressman Frank Wolf (R-Va.) recently traveled to the Middle East and met with Syrian refugees in an urgent attempt to bring attention to this situation and spur U.S. policymakers to action. During his visit, Congressman Wolf confirmed the true plight of Christians. “Just being Christian is enough to be a target,” report survivors. Nina Oshana was one of the innocent victims. She was simply a young Christian woman riding a bus. The FSA attacked the bus and shot and killed her. Read more
No tax dollars for jihadists – The Religious Freedom Coalition has begun an online petition asking congressmen to speak out against any funding, military or otherwise, to jihadists anywhere in the world. The petition comes at a time the Obama Administration is furnishing help from the CIA, as well as cash and “humanitarian” aid, to jihadists fighting the secular government of Syria. Provide your name and zip code, and a copy of the petition will be faxed to your congressman free of charge. See petition here.
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Religion and Culture
Religious Freedom Coalition: Exposing the evil empire – On April 19th and 20th of 2013, The Awakening – a large gathering of social conservatives – was held near Orlando, Florida on the campus of the First Baptist Church of Oviedo, and the Religious Freedom Coalition was there to educate those present about the root of terror in the world today – Saudi Arabia. Read more
UN Chief: World must meet demands of sexually confused – Speaking via video link to the Oslo Conference on Human Rights on April 15, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon announced that he is launching an international campaign to elevate the demands of sexually confused individuals over the demands of other individuals. Read more
Persecution of Christians in February – Reports of Christian persecution by Muslims around the world during the month of February include (but are not limited to) the following accounts in this report … The attacks are listed by form of persecution, and in alphabetical order of country, not necessarily according to severity. See Report here.
Syria: US and EU funded jihadists kidnap Bishops – Bishop Boulos Yazigi of the Greek Orthodox Church and Bishop John Ibrahim of the Assyrian Orthodox Church were abducted on Monday, April 22nd, while traveling outside Aleppo. Gunmen pulled them from their car and shot and killed their driver. Read more
Syria: Confirmed EU Muslims fighting in Syria – The EU Counter Terrorism Coordinator, Gilles de Kerchove, revealed that hundreds of Europeans are fighting with the armed terrorist groups in Syria. Read more
Morocco: Death for conversion – Christian converts in Morocco feared for their future Thursday, April 25, after the country’s highest Islamic institute issued a fatwa demanding the death penalty for Muslims who renounce their religion. Read more
Indonesia: Behead three Christian girls and get set free – The Indonesian Muslim terrorist who beheaded 3 Christian girls as a “Ramadan Present” was allowed out of jail to “visit” his ill wife and, of course, vanished. This is in “moderate” Indonesia. Read more
More from the Religious Freedom Coalition
New Chairman’s Report – Now available, the April 11th, 2013 edition of the Religious Freedom Coalition. This edition includes: Bronze Star awarded for a politically correct PowerPoint on how to be sensitive in handling Islamic religious materials / Obama State Department wants more Muslim college students in USA / Obama’s “Arab Spring” Tunisia: “Stone her to death”. Read it here
My Life Without God – William J. Murray’s first book, My Life Without God, is now back in print as the 30th anniversary of his atheist mother’s lawsuit to remove prayer form the schools approaches. Murray writes of his life in the dysfunctional home of infamous atheist/Marxist leader Madalyn Murray O’Hair. Learn more