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Religious Groups Condemn Bachmann for Being Pro-American

Again, Bachmann did not make anti-muslim comments. That is a false narrative dreamed up by subversive Islamists and soft-headed leftists. Her comments were about a known Jihadist group that has expressed genocidal desires and want to enslave the whole world in Sharia (just like Al-Qaeda)

How dare these groups consider themselves “religious” when they are helping obfuscate the 20,000 Muslim terror attacks since 9/11?

What about the in-process genocide of Christians in Africa?

What about the Coptic Christians in Egypt?

What about the endless murder of Jews all over the world?

What about the Hindu girls who are being forced to become Muslim?

What about the oppression and abuse of non-muslims in EVERY muslim country?

These disgusting fake-religious groups offer no words of condemnation for all the murder and horrors perpetrated by Muslims in the name of Islam. Their comments on Bachmmann should be completely ignored on those grounds.

If I was a member of one of these so-called religious groups, I would leave after castigating them being an accessory to murder, genocide, and the destruction of America.

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July 26, 2012 Posted by | Constitutional Issues, Politics/Government/Freedom, Societal / Cultural Issues, Understanding Islam | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Shifting Egypt’s stance, Mursi meets Hamas PM in Cairo

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(JPost) – Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh met Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi on Thursday in an official visit that signaled a big shift in Cairo’s stance toward the Hamas movement after the election of a Muslim Brotherhood head of state in Egypt.
A Palestinian official said the head of Egyptian intelligence had promised measures to increase the flow of fuel supplied by Qatar to Gaza via Egypt and needed to ease the small Palestinian territory’s power shortages.

But there was no immediate sign that Cairo was ready to open up its border with Gaza to the extent sought by Hamas, something analysts partly attributed to the influence still wielded by the Hosni Mubarak-era security establishment.
“Mursi’s heart is with Hamas but his mind is elsewhere,” said Hany al-Masri, a Palestinian political commentator. “He will give them as much as he can but he won’t be able to give them much because his powers are restricted,” he said.
Mursi’s victory was celebrated in Gaza as a turning point for a territory whose economy has been affected by a blockade imposed by Israel and in which Egypt took part by stopping everything but a trickle of people from crossing the border.
Mursi’s spokesman said the meeting had touched on subjects including “lifting the siege and the suffering of the people in Gaza” and reconciliation with the Ramallah-based Palestinian Authority, led by Mahmoud Abbas.
Sworn in on June 30, Mursi is trying to stamp his authority on an Egyptian state still influenced to a large degree by a council of military generals led by Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, Mubarak’s defense minister for two decades.
Mursi, Haniyeh share Ramadan meal
Mubarak had regarded Gaza’s Islamist rulers with suspicion bordering on outright hostility reflecting his enmity towards the Brotherhood, the ideological parent of Hamas that was outlawed for decades in Egypt until last year’s uprising.
Mubarak never recognized the Hamas administration which has governed Gaza since 2007, when its forces defeated Abbas’ Palestinian Authority. Earlier this month, Mursi received both Abbas and Khaled Mashaal, the Hamas leader in exile.
On Thursday, Haniyeh and Mursi shared a Ramadan iftar – the meal with which Muslims break their fast during the holy Islamic fasting month. Earlier, Haniyeh had met chief of intelligence Murad Muwafi, reflecting the role still played by the Egyptian security establishment in managing Palestinian affairs.
The Egyptians said the quantity of fuel supplied via Egypt to Gaza would be more than doubled next week, a Palestinian official familiar with the talks told Reuters.
The fuel supplied by Qatar goes from Egypt into Israel, from where it passes through a crossing into Gaza in accordance with the existing arrangements on how goods pass into the territory that was captured by Israel from Egypt in the 1967 Six-Day War.
Israel withdrew all its settlers and soldiers from Gaza in 2005.

Earlier this year, Brotherhood officials had lobbied for the fuel to be sent straight across Egypt’s border with Gaza – a move sought by Hamas and which would have marked a major step towards opening the border to trade and commerce.
In another apparent gesture triggered by Mursi’s election victory, Egypt is to ease restrictions on Palestinians traveling through Egyptian territory on their way in and out of Gaza, Egyptian border officials said this week.
A diplomat familiar with Cairo’s policies on Gaza did not expect Mursi to open Rafah to trade. But all else could be discussed, he said, including “improving conditions at crossings and increasing the number of passengers and Egyptian aid.”

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July 26, 2012 Posted by | Israeli-Palestinian Issues, Politics/Government/Freedom, Societal / Cultural Issues, Understanding Islam, World Affairs | , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

God Says No Same Sex Marriage and God Is Always Correct

It IS our job to judge righteously and to oppose all that is against God’s Laws. And no, not one Christian who truly adheres to the Holy Word of God supports “same sex marriage”. And let me state that I in no way want to insult or degrade those caught in the error sin of homosexuality. My eldest son’s godfather is homosexual as is my nephew and a cousin. But, that doesn’t mean we approve of that which is clearly sin. What next? Shall we approve polygyny, polyandry, group marriage, marriage to children like in Saudi Arabia etc, marriage to animals, how about Nikāḥ al-Mutʿah? Where do we draw the line in abominations? Or why marry at all since divorce can be had for $150 filing fee on demand? Why is sex for cash illegal? Isn’t it a private contract between parties just as same sex marriage is?

This isn’t a human rights issue. It is about right and wrong. About God’s Laws which far out weigh any man made laws.

“Judge not, that you be not judged” is often the wailing cry of false teachers and hardened sinners who misapply the verse to ward off censure for their evil deeds. Do not be intimidated by such people, for Jesus has commanded us to judge with righteous judgment (John 7:24).
“He who justifies the wicked, and he who condemns the just, both of them alike are an abomination to the LORD” (Proverbs 17:15). “And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather expose them” (Ephesians 5:11).
“Do not judge according to appearance, but judge with righteous judgment” (John 7:24). This is reminiscent of Leviticus 19:15. “You shall do no injustice in judgment. You shall not be partial to the poor, nor honor the person of the mighty. But in righteousness you shall judge your neighbor.”
There is a place for righteous judgment. When Christians persist in sin, they are to be judged by their fellow Christians, as Paul explained to the Corinthians: “I wrote to you in my epistle not to keep company with sexually immoral people. Yet I certainly did not mean the sexually immoral people of this world, or with the covetous, or extortioners, or idolaters, since then you would need to go out of the world. But now I have written to you not to keep company with anyone named a brother, who is a fornicator, or covetous, or an idolater, or a reviler, or a drunkard, or an extortioner — not even to eat with such a person. For what have I to do with judging those also who are outside? Do you not judge those who are inside? But those who are outside God judges. Therefore ‘put away from yourselves that wicked person'” (1 Corinthians 5:9-13).
When Christians come in conflict, some wise man should be found to judge between his brethren: “Dare any of you, having a matter against another, go to law before the unrighteous, and not before the saints? Do you not know that the saints will judge the world? And if the world will be judged by you, are you unworthy to judge the smallest matters? Do you not know that we shall judge angels? How much more, things that pertain to this life? If then you have judgments concerning things pertaining to this life, do you appoint those who are least esteemed by the church to judge? I say this to your shame. Is it so, that there is not a wise man among you, not even one, who will be able to judge between his brethren?” (1 Corinthians 6:1-5).
We may not reserve judgment when faced with clear manifestations of evil. Jesus reprimanded the church at Thyatira: “Nevertheless I have a few things against you, because you allow that woman Jezebel, who calls herself a prophetess, to teach and beguile My servants to commit sexual immorality and to eat things sacrificed to idols” (Revelation 2:20). What if false teaching on divorce and remarriage leads God’s people to commit sexual immorality? Will God hold us guiltless if we allow such to be taught, and if we fellowship people Jesus says are committing adultery? (Matthew 5:31,32; 19:9; Mark 10:11,12; Luke 16:18).


July 26, 2012 Posted by | Christianity / God, Daily Gospel, Societal / Cultural Issues | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

CAIR strikes out on Reza Kahlili

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(PJ Media) – It’s always a happy day when would-be censors fail to silence voices they don’t agree with, and it’s particularly satisfying when the losers are a well-known crowd of politically correct anti-1st Amendment vigilantes.  The losers in this case are the hyperactive folks over at CAIR, the Council on American-Islamic Relations, and their intended victim is “Reza Kahlili,” the former member of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps who for some years worked inside that murderous organization on behalf of the Central Intelligence Agency.  He’s well known to PJ Media readers, having posted here on many occasions, and his book, A Time to Betray, is a must-read for anyone who wants to get an accurate picture of life inside the Islamic Republic’s praetorian guards.

Reza is inevitably controversial, as you would expect.  Some even doubt that he was really a CIA agent inside the IRGC (I was able to get confirmation of his bona fides, as was David Ignatius of the Washington Post), and CAIR got very annoyed with him, above all when he wrote that American mosques are being used to recruit and organize terrorists, in preparation for potential attacks inside the United States.  And they were openly furious when he described his conversion from Islam to Christianity, saying that the “unimaginable” Islamic practices he witnessed in Iran “misrepresented Islam,” leading him to search for a faith that better presented his vision of the Almighty.

Worse yet, from CAIR’s standpoint, was that Reza was employed by the American government to lecture its intelligence specialists on Iran at the Joint Counterintelligence Training Academy in Maryland.  CAIR demanded he be fired.  The head of CAIR wrote directly to Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta to make the request, as reported in a press release from the organization.

It didn’t work.

Late on Wednesday, the Pentagon bluntly said:

“We can confirm that Mr. Reza Kahlili, who has specialized counterintelligence expertise, occasionally lectures at the Joint Counterintelligence Training Academy (JCITA). … His experiences provide valuable insight to trainees, and he keeps his personal religious beliefs out of the classroom. He does not lecture on or about Islam or any religious treatise, and his personal beliefs are his own.” continue reading


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July 26, 2012 Posted by | Pending Classification | 1 Comment

Shirk Idol Islamic Building

Shirk Idol Islamic Building

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    • Paul Marcel-Rene The money wasted on this could have fed how many poor? Built how many houses in Gaza?

    • Beautiful Islam The money used in building white house and other lavish buildings could also be used to fed many poor.
      in these houses everyone is Equal and it is for all muslims. not poor or rich, not black or white.
      the money spent on your president and his family every minute can fill million stomach, ever thought? Muslims give zakah to help poo and it is Fard on them while your people take zakah. even from poor.

    • Beautiful Islam PAUL do you want me to mention the money spent in wars and how it can be utilised for poor

      we muslims pay zakah and it is farz

      you know what i mean

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    • Paul Marcel-Rene

      First, the White House was built more than a 100 years ago. And, in the USA, everyone IS equal. This is the only country this is true. If you mean we all pay taxes, then yes, and this is fair and just. But, you are making a false compar…See More
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    • Beautiful Islam

      You mean there were no poor 100 years ago?

      now watch how much money America spent on wars which can be used instead to help poor.

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      Cost of War to the United States – $1,355,563,881,808 and counting…
      16 minutes ago · Like
    • Beautiful Islam first paul stop your deception by using muslim terminology
      second you are a christian Patriot so everything you will say will be justified to you

      THIRD if you have made such a dreadful comparison then read
      all your churches will fall in thesame category as per your words



      FIFTH USA was a country of apartheid so its history is really blotted which has been tried to be white washed recently

      money spent in wars is the worst example you have been trying to debase

      13 minutes ago · Like
    • Paul Marcel-Rene Sorry, you made not one point in this last comment. And yes, everything I say IS VALID, not because I am Christian or a Patriot, but because its the truth.

      No. “ALL” churches will NOT fall in this catagory. Plus, I am talking about one building, one shirl idol building built rather than stating all of islam is guilty of this. And with it being on display, it meets the idol criteria.

      Zakah is NOT enough. Ask the starving children in Somalia, the homeless in Gaza (though, there is no real support for the palestinians because then there would be no suffering and no demonizing Israel so it is in the best interest of the umma for the palestinians to suffer for allah) that this particular building is more important then they are.

      If every person paid zakah, there would still be poor unless you’re proposing spreading all wealth evenly amongst all people. That is called the religion on communism not islam. And, the governments of islamic dominated countries aren’t going to give up their wealth for the poor.

      The USA was never a country of apartheid even if there was an ugly chapter in our history. Examples of aparteid that exist today are consentrated in the Middle East in islamic dominated countries that are persecuting Christians and Jews and others.

      Again, it is the government who spent money on wars, not the umma, and almost every war involving the USA has been just and right. (No we shouldn’t have been in Iraq or Afghanistan.)

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