Lega SHARIA DIE UE Russia Cina

massone fariseo salafita satanista sono senza patria! la loro casa è l'inferno
o noi seguiamo la nostra mente, che ama realizzare i suoi scopi di lussuria e possesso, oppure, noi realizziamo dolorosamente una gerarchia di valori autenticamente spirituali perché eterni ed universali!
sto acquisendo nuove informazioni sulla natura, il compito, e l'esito finale del ministero Unius REI, ed io non ho buone notizie per i criminali nel mondo e per i miei nemici! [ io sono Unius REI e la mia storia: è sigillata dalla Parola di Dio! CONOSCERE ME STESSO: MI PORTA SEMPRE PIù A CONOSCERE DIO: E PARTE DEL SUO MISTERO: ALMENO in QUELLA PARTE, DEL SUO MISTERO, CHE è PROIETTATA NEI CONFRONTI DELLA SUA CREAZIONE TRIDIMENSIONALE! ma, per non lasciare, con la bocca asciutta qualcuno, io posso dire che, la umiltà in Dio è qualcosa di infinitamente  scandaloso! Circa, quelli che vanno dicendo che non c'è giustizia in Dio, tutti loro sono stati predestinati all'inferno! e la giustizia di Dio si manifesterà in coloro, che hanno saputo crederla: (in FEDE ed in opposizione alla psiche umana), con il sopravvivere ad eventi disastrosi e calamitosi, su scala globale! PERCHé, TUTTI QUELLI CHE NON SANNO CREDERE NELLA GIUSTIZIA DI DIO, IN QUELLE CIRCOSTANZE MUOIONO! [ my JHWH, io non dovrei leggere la PArola di Dio Bibbia! ] anche se sembra che, Dio non si curi di realizzare la giustizia sulla terra: QUESTA, in realtà, è UNA TRAPPOLA.

SALMAN assassino ONU sharia genocidio ai dhimmi cristiani, ecc... ] ma cosa tu vai cianciando? prendi esempio dallo IRAN! tu sei totalmente pieno di satana, perché, come uno schiavo, tu sei totalmente pieno dei soldi che hai comprato da Rothschild, pure, ad interesse! TU SEI LA TROIA DI SATANA ROTHSCHILD BAAL ALLAH spa AKBAR IL GUFO! e onestamente, prima di scendere all'inferno,  in questo mondo tu l'avresti avuta vinta nella tua corrotta generazione (perché la kabbalah, ti avrebbe disintegrato: con tutta la tua mafia LEGA  ARABA, fra 100 anni), ma, invece tu adesso, tu hai un problema: perché, io sono Unius REI!
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anche se non può essere teocratica: ed è laica! la monarchia di Unuis Rei è assoluta umanistica personalistica e metafisica!
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QUESTI USA CINA: HANNO LA TECNOLOGIA PER NON INQUINARE: IDROGENO RINNOVABILI, ECC.. . MA, SONO I COMPLICI PER DISTRUGGERE IL GENERE UMANO! USA CINA PRODUCOLO IL 50% DI TUTTO LO SMOG MONDIALE! QUINDI LORO DEVONO PAGARE I DANNI FATTI AL PIANETA! 'Apocalisse' smog in Cina, al nord il livello più alto al mondo
Asia. Voli cancellati, autostrade chiuse, visibilità di 500 metri al massimo. in tutto il nordest della Cina
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UE USA NATO LEGA ARABA ] sono gli unici responsabili della tragedia siriana, e per la diffusione del terrorismo islaico mondiale sharia galassia jihadista! La Germania ferma siriani alle frontiere. Lo ha annunciato il ministero dell'Interno
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SIMBOLI EBRAICO CRISTIANI NON VANNO TOCCATI! ] [ Usa: Trump è il nostro candidato, e bisogna boicottate Starbucks! Colosso caffè elimina decorazioni natalizie ] hILLARY E BUSH SONO IL SATANISMO MASSONICO USUROCRATICO: L'ANTICRISTO MAOMETTANO SHARIA.
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Benyamin Netanyahu & Barack Obama:  sono DUE BUFFONI SENZA SOVRANITà: LA LORO AUTORITà è NULLA! SONO MASSONI FARISEI USURAI CULTO E SATANISTI JABULLON GENDER DARWIN BILDENBERG IDOLO TALMUD SPA FED TRUFFA E GUFO BAAL... IO? IO NON LI RICONOSCO!  SENZA IL MIO REGNO DELLE 12 TRIBù DI ISRAELE? NON ESISTE LEGITTIMITà NELLA FALSE DEMOCRAZIE MASSONICHE SENZA SOVRANITà MONETARIA! NESSUN EBREO OGGI, HA DIRITTO DI STARE IN PALESTINA! TEL AVIV, 10 NOV - Benyamin Netanyahu ha detto a Barack Obama che Israele sarebbe interessato a discutere con gli Usa la possibilità di "annettere le Alture del Golan" alla luce della guerra civile in Siria che consente di "pensare in maniera diversa" al futuro del territorio. Lo scrive in esclusiva Haaretz dopo l'incontro di ieri tra i due alla Casa Bianca. SE TUTTI GLI EBREI NON RITORNERANNO IN PALESTINA? INCOMINCERò AD UCCIDERLI!
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QUESTI MAOMETTANI SALAFITI: SHARIA GENOCIDIO ALLAH AKBAR ONU AMNESTY: NON HANNO I REGISTRATORI ALLE TELECAMERE DEGLI AEREOPORTI: INTENZIONALMENTE: PERCHé ARABIA SAUDITA RIEMPIRà IL MONDO DI TERRORE!  ] [ MOSCA, 10 NOV - La sospensione dei voli russi in Egitto "durerà a lungo", "almeno diversi mesi": lo ha detto il capo dell'amministrazione del Cremlino, Serghiei Ivanov, spiegando che cambiamenti radicali nei sistemi di sicurezza e controllo non possono essere introdotti in un mese o due. Lo riporta la Tass.
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SATANA ROTHSCHILD SALMAN Erdogan sharia BILDENBERG MERKEL OBAMA DARWIN GENDER: NATO CIA: SI DEVONO SUICIDARE! così il male scompare dal mondo e noi non dobbiamo sostenere i costi per prevenirlo! Allarme scali Usa, rafforzare controlli
Chiesta più sorveglianza su movimenti oltre 900 mila dipendenti
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NO! CHIEDO LA DISTRUZIONE DI TUTTI I SATELLITI CON EFFETTO IMMEDIATO! MOSCA, 10 NOV - Mosca prenderà delle "contromisure" in risposta allo scudo antimissilistico Usa e "lavorerà anche sui sistemi di attacco capaci di superare qualsiasi sistema antimissilistico": lo ha detto Vladimir Putin a Sochi in una riunione del complesso militare.
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DOVE ARRIVA LA SHARIA ARRIVA IL NAZISMO! Stato di emergenza alle Maldive
Lo ha dichiarato il Presidente. Scoperto deposito esplosivi
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DOVE ARRIVA LA SHARIA ARRIVA IL NAZISMO! Il ritmo delle riforme è rallentato nell'ultimo anno in Turchia", anche per "le protratte elezioni e la continua divisione politica". Così il rapporto annuale sulla stato delle candidature Ue, presentato oggi al Parlamento europeo. La "crescente pressione sui media", è stata causa "di seria preoccupazione" e i giudici "sono stati sotto forte pressione politica"
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QUESTI COMUNISTI MASSONI IDEOLOGIA BILDENBERG AMERICANI CULTO ROTHSCHILD USURAI GENDER CI VOGLIONO ROVINARE DEFINITIVAMENTE! QUESTA OPPOSIZIONE ALLA Tap è ALTO TRADIMENTO, TAP si riaccende la polemica. Fa ancora rumore la faccenda Tap, il gasdotto che dall'Azerbaijan dovrebbe approdare a Melendugno. A riaccendere gli animi è stato l'arrivo a Bari del sottosegretario Claudio De Vincenti, che ricorda come tutte le autorizzazione ambientali siano state date, per cui "l'area di Melendugno è la più idonea". Si solleva il coro delle proteste, che da due anni si rinfocolano.
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Siria: un bisogno crescente, un'opportunità imperdibile
Sintesi: cresce il bisogno di beni di prima necessità in Siria. Aleppo è scenario di una estenuante battaglia. Le chiese sono un faro, ma il rischio cresce così come le necessità delle persone che bussano alle loro porte.
Nel week end appena trascorso i media hanno diffuso la notizia del rilascio da parte dell'ISIS di 37 persone identificate come "cristiani assiri”. E' giunta poi la conferma che facessero parte del gruppo di 253 assiri rapiti a febbraio 2015, dai 35 villaggi presi d'assalto dai miliziani dello Stato Islamico nella zona del fiume Khabur, provincia di Hassaka (Siria). Si tratta di uomini e donne sui 60 e 70 anni di età, arrivati sani e salvi alla città di Tel Tamar, secondo quanto afferma la Assyrian International News Agency (la foto è cortesia proprio della AINA).
Da Aleppo (città scenario di una battaglia campale), intanto, ci giungono notizie allarmanti da nostri collaboratori locali. Migliaia di cristiani vivono nella parte della città controllata dal governo. Sotto attacco in varie zone, le strade sono pericolose e c'è carenza di praticamente tutti i beni. "In certe aree mancano scorte di cibo. Frutta e verdura sono sparite dai mercati e dai negozi. I ristoranti sono chiusi. I benzinai in gran parte sono senza benzina. I taxi sono fermi, ma chi ha benzina e coraggio chiede prezzi esorbitanti per gli spostamenti. Niente acqua ed elettricità per lunghi periodi. Code lunghissime di persone cercano di avere qualche litro di combustibile (ndr. utile per riscaldamento). Colpi di arma da fuoco si odono qui e là. La speranza sta scomparendo nei cuori delle persone. C'è chi sta letteralmente svendendo le case acquistate con una vita di risparmi: cercano di accumulare contante così appena si libererà un varco sicuro nelle strade, lasceranno Aleppo”, ci spiega un nostro collaboratore in loco. Mentre un pastore di Tartus la cui chiesa riceve aiuti dalla nostra missione mette in luce un'altra paurosa sfaccettatura di questo conflitto: "Non siamo in una zona dove esercito e ribelli combattono, ma ci sono bande armate ovunque. Loro rapiscono e uccidono. Siccome siamo coinvolti nella distribuzione di aiuti umanitari, sanno che gestiamo viveri e beni di vario tipo. Operiamo nel pericolo di essere rapiti".
Il bisogno è grande. Porte Aperte sta consegnando pacchi di viveri a famiglie in difficoltà tramite le chiese locali, ma è impegnata anche nel distribuire medicine, offrire sussidi per l'affitto, assistenza medica, materiale per superare l'inverno, e Bibbie e di libri cristiani. Un nostro collaboratore mette in luce le opportunità evangelistiche: "Vediamo una maggiore apertura. Le persone parlano di più, sono più aperte. E' una grande opportunità di condividere la fede con loro. Dio sta facendo un'opera immensa nei cuori: sta trasformando il male in bene. Sono stupito di quanti musulmani si stiano avvicinando a Cristo”.
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New video emerges of security forces shooting terrorist charging at them with knife. Security footage shows attempted stabbing attack at at Jerusalem's Damascus Gate
https://youtu.be/30MJyQRK7og Pubblicato il 10 nov 2015 Security footage shows attempted stabbing attack at at Jerusalem's Damascus Gate.
Security camera footage emerged on Tuesday evening of a 37-year-old terrorist wielding a knife who charged two security guards at Damascus Gate in Jerusalem’s Old City earlier in the day. In the video the assailant can be seen with the knife running towards the guards and the guards rapidly responding to the attack. Police spokeswoman Luba Samri said one of the guards shot him, leaving him in critical condition. He later died of his wounds. Just before the Damascus Gate attack, a guard at a Jerusalem light rail station was accosted by two Palestinian minors, ages 12 and 13, one of who stabbed him with a knife before the guard shot and disarmed him. Source: Jpost
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Dennis Prager gave a powerful speech at Oxford University, educating the Oxford Union Society about the concept of morality and their skewed perception of Israel and Hamas.
Dennis Prager - Hamas is a Greater Obstacle to Peace Than Israel .. Pubblicato il 29 apr 2015
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The Motion: This House Believes that Hamas is a Greater Obstacle to Peace Than Israel.
ABOUT THE OXFORD UNION SOCIETY: The Union is the world's most prestigious debating society, with an unparalleled reputation for bringing international guests and speakers to Oxford. It has been established for 189 years, aiming to promote debate and discussion not just in Oxford University, but across the globe. Oxford University, who is known for their academic prowess and irrefutable reputation actually passed an absurd motion. The motion states that: “This House Believes that Hamas is a Greater Obstacle to Peace Than Israel.” The real question is: How can this even be a topic for debate? Is it debatable whether Germany or England was “more evil” during World War II? Introducing Dennis Prager to set the record straight! He unleashed truth, perception and morality on a group of people who truly needed it. Please watch the entire presentation and SHARE! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZjK9U-ZVvGo
Mayor of London Boris Johnson has come to Israel for a 4-day trip and so far is having a great time, as he pushes for expanding business relations between Israel and London.
Johnson’s trip is for business purposes, as 16 tech firms came with the Mayor seeking opportunities in Israel.
The tech firms, together with the mayor, were shown some wondrous technological innovations, such as a device that let’s you experience life as a dog!
Throughout the trip, it would seem Johnson has enjoyed himself, especially as he got to ride try out a scooter.
Let’s hope this marks the development of what will become an exceptional relationship between Israel and London. Mayor of London Boris Johnson has come to Israel for a 4-day trip and so far is having a great time, as he pushes for expanding business relations between Israel and London.
Johnson’s trip is for business purposes, as 16 tech firms came with the Mayor seeking opportunities in Israel.
The tech firms, together with the mayor, were shown some wondrous technological innovations, such as a device that let’s you experience life as a dog!
Throughout the trip, it would seem Johnson has enjoyed himself, especially as he got to ride try out a scooter.
Let’s hope this marks the development of what will become an exceptional relationship between Israel and London.
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30 settembre 2015 I media intensificano gli attacchi contro la moralità.
io_e_lei(di Alfredo De Matteo) La battaglia istituzionale e politica per imporre al Paese le unioni omosessuali è solo l’obiettivo più importante di una guerra a tutto campo contro la legge naturale e divina che non tralascia alcun ambito della società civile; il più battuto è senz’altro quello culturale e massmediatico dove, con tempismo e precisione, le avanguardie rivoluzionare lanciano la loro velenosa offensiva tesa a dar man forte alle linee di combattimento più avanzate.
Il film più reclamizzato di quest’autunno, che uscirà nelle sale cinematografiche ad ottobre, narra la storia di due donne che vivono una relazione amorosa tormentata, in cui una delle due, oltre ad avere alle spalle un matrimonio fallito ed un figlio adulto che le fa da padre, ha una vita sessuale “fluida”. Tuttavia, il filo conduttore della pellicola commedia, le cui protagoniste sono interpretate da due attrici di fama internazionale come Sabrina Ferilli e Margherita Buy, sono i “sentimenti” in generale e non la relazione sessuale tra le due donne, che rimane sullo sfondo, probabilmente a sottolineare la pseudo normalità di una relazione di coppia tra persone delle stesso sesso.
La stessa regista del film ha dichiarato di essere stata molto attenta a non mostrare scene di sesso esplicito, preferendo aggirarsi tra pigiamoni e matriciane casalinghe, mentre per la Ferilli «questa normalità è il valore aggiunto, in un Paese bigotto come il nostro, che lascia per strada tutti, figurarsi chi non è normale. Togliendo la parola “sesso”, le cose sarebbero più accettabili».
Il film, malgrado la produttrice Francesca Cima tenga a precisare che Io e lei non si pone l’obiettivo di trainare ideologie né tantomeno entrare nel dibattito, ha ricevuto 500.000,00 di finanziamento pubblico da parte del Mibact ed un contributo, ancora imprecisato, da parte della Regione Lazio. D’altra parte, sono state le stesse attrici protagoniste ad ammettere candidamente che il film è politico e ad auspicare che «la politica faccia qualche passo avanti, anche attraverso un semplice film».
Anche la televisione si pone l’obiettivo di influenzare l’opinione pubblica e di riflesso le forze parlamentari attraverso una serie di trasmissioni costruite ad hoc: Il “Grande Fratello”, il noto reality in cui un gruppo di persone convive per un certo periodo dentro una casa, quest’anno ospiterà un trans. La particolarità è costituita dal fatto che tale persona è un ex novizio di un convento, il quale dopo sei anni ha abbandonato la vita religiosa; ora si sente una donna e si fa chiamare Rebecca anche se tende a precisare di aver conservato la sua fede. La cosa interessante e indicativa è che secondo l’autore del programma tale storia potrebbe servire a spiegare le ragioni umane che si celano dietro la scelta di un transgender.
Qui si potrebbe scorgere il tentativo da parte dei mass media di influenzare non solamente l’opinione pubblica ed i politici ma anche i padri sinodali che, tra le altre cose, nel prossimo sinodo dibatteranno, molto probabilmente, sulle questioni legate alla omosessualità in generale ed alle coppie omosessuali in particolare.
Non v’è alcun dubbio che si assiste ad una vera e propria escalation di attacchi da parte delle avanguardie rivoluzionarie. Da parte nostra non possiamo che rintuzzare attacco su attacco con tenacia e spirito di sacrificio, cominciando ad esempio a boicottare i film e le trasmissioni televisive che surrettiziamente vogliono propagandare, a spese della collettività, la presunta normalità della perversione morale ovvero spacciare per vero ciò che è evidentemente falso. (Alfredo De Matteo)
http://www.corrispondenzaromana.it/i-media-intensificano-gli-attacchi-contro-la-moralita/
L'Italia rantola, l'UE è il morbo. Viene spontaneo domandarsi come si possa abboccare ancora alla balla renziana della ripresa economica, perchè non c'è stata volta in cui non sia arrivata una doccia gelata proprio dopo i dati positivi snocciolati dal premier italiota.
http://it.sputniknews.com/italia/20151108/1501282/Crisi-finanziaria-in-Italia-UE.html#ixzz3r8FRqLno
BILDENBEG PRAVY SECTOR ] La domanda che non si deve fare: perché sta tornando Hitler?
10.11.2015 Sì, è di nuovo qui, in Europa. È Adolf Hitler, ridestatosi in un mattino del maggio 2011 nel centro di Berlino, nella Germania libera e unita, senza guerra, senza partito, senza Eva, ma con migliaia di stranieri e con Angela Merkel al comando… (Timur Vermes, Er ist wieder da, Bastei Lübbe Tasсhenbuch).
Olga Zinovieva, la direttrice dell`Istituto di Biografia di Alexandr Zinoviev
Inizia così il libro "Lui è tornato", dell'autore tedesco-ungherese Timur Vermes, scritto come sembra su tacita ordinazione dei tedeschi liberi, che vengono spinti, obbligati e forzati alla reviviscenza di un fascismo-2.0.
Ciò che sembra impensabile, impossibile, catastrofico si materializza di fronte ai nostri occhi. Il ritorno del fascismo e del nazismo è un cannibalsimo geopolitico, è come una pandemia che avvolge molti Paesi dell'Europa Occidentale.
http://it.sputniknews.com/opinioni/20151110/1512133/zinoviev-club-hitler-fascismo-germania.html#ixzz3r8FoxQXT
11 settembre 2001: 14 anni dopo il terrorismo islamico: LEGA ARABA, CIA MOSSAD NWO SPA FMI NWO 666 BANCHE CENTRALI TALMUD AGENDA, è molto più forte. Cari amici, 14 anni dopo l’abbattimento delle Due Torri Gemelle, dobbiamo prendere atto che il terrorismo islamico è molto più forte ed aggressivo, non solo di fronte a casa nostra, ma anche dentro casa nostra. Immaginavamo che l'11 settembre del 2001 fosse l'apice della capacità offensiva di Al Qaeda colpendo al cuore la superpotenza mondiale. Oggi dobbiamo ricrederci assistendo alla rapida ascesa e diffusione della più micidiale rete del terrorismo islamico globalizzato in Siria, Iraq, Nigeria, Yemen, Libia, Algeria, Territori palestinesi, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Indonesia, Somalia, Sudan. Parallelamente altre forze radicali islamiche legate ai Fratelli Musulmani o alla galassia dei Salafiti insidiano dall’interno il potere in Egitto, Marocco, Tunisia, Libano.
Se nel 2001 il terrorismo islamico disponeva soltanto dell'Afghanistan come base sicura in virtù dell'alleanza strategica di Al Qaeda con i Taliban, mentre l'insieme degli attentati perpetrati nei Paesi islamici e all'interno all'Occidente erano affidati a cellule che operavano segretamente, oggi i terroristi islamici controllano direttamente dei territori e li gestiscono alla stregua di autorità governativa nello “Stato islamico”, sorto a cavallo tra la Siria e l’Iraq, in Somalia, Mali, Yemen e Nigeria, così come è in grado di far pesare la sua presenza con l'arma del terrorismo in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Libia, Siria, Egitto, Algeria e Indonesia. 
Se nel 2001 l’Occidente, nel bene e nel male, sosteneva sulla sponda meridionale e orientale del Mediterraneo dei regimi autocratici sostanzialmente laici, oggi l'Occidente è ovunque schierato al fianco dei Fratelli Musulmani, nemici giurati della laicità e della democrazia sostanziale. Quei popoli, che vivevano in condizioni disagiate per il fallimento di un modello di sviluppo scimmiottato dai Paesi industrializzati, finendo per consolidare il ruolo delle moschee come vera forza di opposizione al potere delle caserme, oggi sono sprofondati in una crisi peggiore e senza speranza. L’obiettivo strategico degli islamici che assumono il potere non è il miglioramento delle condizioni di vita della popolazione, ma l'imposizione della sharia costi quel che costi, demonizzando i laici, sottomettendo le donne, perseguitando i cristiani e le minoranze islamiche “eretiche”, scatenando la guerra contro Israele finalizzata all'annientamento fisico degli ebrei perché prescritto dal Corano e praticato da Maometto.
Mentre nel 2001 fu l'Occidente a promuovere l'offensiva contro Al Qaeda dopo la tragedia delle Due Torri Gemelle, oggi assistiamo alla sconvolgente alleanza tra l'Occidente e il radicalismo islamico, che ha assunto il volto suadente dei Fratelli Musulmani, finendo per tradursi nella convergenza dell'interesse dei fautori della guerra santa islamica e della guerra finanziaria globalizzata. Questa alleanza la tocchiamo con mano ad esempio in Siria, dove le milizie islamiche dei Fratelli Musulmani, dei Salafiti, di Al Qaeda e persino dello “Stato islamico” dell’Isis sono sostenuti sia da Turchia, Arabia Saudita e Qatar sia da Stati Uniti, Gran Bretagna, Francia e Germania; così come constatiamo l'alleanza finanziaria tra le banche d'affari internazionali, gli istituti centrali di credito occidentali e i Fondi sovrani islamici nelle acquisizioni del patrimonio produttivo e immobiliare occidentale, dopo aver ridotto al lastrico gli imprenditori e gli Stati.
Contemporaneamente, dentro casa nostra, ovunque in Occidente, la presenza del radicalismo islamico cresce giorno dopo giorno tramite la fitta rete di moschee, scuole coraniche, enti assistenziali e finanziari islamici, tribunali sharaitici. E' questa la realtà dell'iceberg, della struttura sotterranea che alimenta una filiera dove, a partire dalla predicazione dell'odio, della violenza e della morte contro ebrei, cristiani, infedeli ed apostati, si culmina prima o dopo nell'eliminazione fisica del nemico di Allah o nella sua sottomissione all'islam. (Queste mie riflessioni sono tratte dal mio nuovo libro “Islam. Siamo in guerra”, che uscirà sabato 19 settembre in edicola allegato al Giornale e in libreria) di Magdi Cristiano Allam 11/09/2015  http://www.magdicristianoallam.it/blogs/verita-e-libeta/11-settembre-2001-14-anni-dopo-il-terrorismo-islamico-e-molto-piu-forte.html
Anche dall’UE confermano: “abbiamo ceduto la nostra sovranità”
15/11/2014
http://www.magdicristianoallam.it/sovranita-monetaria/
Antonio Maria Rinaldi: "Chi non vota, vota Merkel"
13/05/2014 Ecco il testo con cui la Banca Centrale Europea conferma che l’Italia potrebbe essere salvata da una banca pubblica
24/03/2014 Le Pen apprezza la scelta NO EURO di Fratelli d'Italia
11/03/2014
Georgia Meloni si propone come versione italiana della Marie Le Pen d'oltralpe e Magdi Cristiano Allam fa una requisitoria contro gli egoismi della Ue
10/03/2014 15:20:33
di ilcorrieredelleregioni.it .
Il Congresso di Fratelli d'Italia - Alleanza Nazionale ufficializza l'uscita dell'Italia dall'euro
10/03/2014 13:17:18
di Io amo l'Italia
Al Congresso di Fratelli d’Italia a Fiuggi è stata tracciata la linea di separazione tra chi è per l’euro e chi è per una moneta sovrana italiana
10/03/2014 08:38:16
di Magdi Cristiano Allam
Contro il dissesto idrogeologico subito un piano per la messa in sicurezza del territorio nazionale
03/02/2014 07:51:41
di Magdi Cristiano Allam
La lezione del Gold Standard, il sistema di cambio fisso della valuta all’oro, ci dice che solo uscendo dall’euro rinascerà la nostra economia
06/01/2014 09:02:59
di Stefano Di Francesco
RIDATECI LA NOSTRA MONETA NAZIONALE! - Al sesto anno della crisi, il Pil aumenta e la disoccupazione diminuisce negli Usa, Giappone e Gran Bretagna perché hanno la sovranità monetaria, invece in Italia per colpa dell’euro la situazione peggiora
21/12/2013 17:54:20
di Stefano Di Francesco
Saccomanni mente sulla fine della recessione: vuole indurre gli italiani a spendere qualche euro in più per le feste natalizie?
12/12/2013 10:59:34
di Stefano Di Francesco
Il debito privato di famiglie e imprese è fondamentale per la crescita e l’occupazione, a condizione che sia lo Stato a emettere moneta a credito
12/12/2013 07:58:56
di Stefano Di Francesco
Ha davvero senso morire per l’Euro?
11/12/2013 14:27:48
di Giuseppe De Lorenzo
Addio all'euro, prove tecniche nell'europarlamento
11/12/2013 09:27:49
di Andrea Morigi
UE: A Bruxelles il fronte italiano "NO EURO"
11/12/2013 09:09:24
di SDB .
Magdi Cristiano Allam dona al Presidente del Parlamento Europeo Martin Schulz i libri degli economisti Bagnai e Rinaldi: “L’Europa rispetti il No Euro”
10/12/2013 17:34:33
di Io amo l'Italia
Economisti anti-euro al Parlamento europeo: "Moneta unica è morta"
10/12/2013 13:51:56
di TMNews _
Secondo Letta gli antieuropeisti sarebbero “miopi” perché difendono la sovranità nazionale e costruirebbero “solo macerie” perché non si rassegnano agli Stati Uniti d’Europa
10/12/2013 12:03:59
di Magdi Cristiano Allam
Crisi: Allam, via dall'euro per salvare economia italiana
09/12/2013 14:05:12
di Ansa .
Elezioni Europee 2014: Grillo, Salvini e Allam avviano la campagna del No Euro
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10/11/2015 INDIA
Karnataka, le violenze per l’anniversario del sultano di Mysore minacciano la comunità cristiana
di Nirmala Carvalho
Oggi ricorre il 265mo anniversario della nascita del sultano Tipu, uno dei più grandi governatori dell’Asia del sud. Un leader del gruppo indù Vhp ucciso durante gli scontri con gli agenti, intervenuti a dividere gli indù dagli attivisti islamici. Il sultano si è macchiato di violenze contro indù e cristiani. Attivista cristiano: “Tra due gruppi estremisti che scendono in piazza, a rischio è la minoranza cristiana”.
10/11/2015 THAILANDIA
Vescovo thai: la Giornata dei diritti umani ci riavvicini a Dio attraverso la cura del creato
di Philip Banchong Chaiyara*
La Chiesa cattolica ha organizzato l’evento del 15 novembre insieme alla Caritas e alla Commissione di giustizia e pace. Secondo mons. Banchong Chaiyara, presidente della Commissione, salvaguardare i diritti umani significa rispondere all’appello di papa Francesco nei confronti del clima e dei rapporti umani: “Noi cattolici possiamo essere una forza di cambiamento”.    10/11/2015 SINGAPORE
Arcivescovo di Singapore: Il compito comune delle fedi è proteggere la terra, fonte di vita
In occasione della festività indù di Deepavali mons. Goh sottolinea come ambiente ed ecologia siano un terreno comune per il dialogo fra le fedi. Egli richiama il legame di “unità” nella natura fra umano e divino e l’uso “sostenibile” delle risorse naturali. E invita a “ripensare” i legami in un’epoca di “individualismo”.
10/11/2015 VATICANO - ITALIA
Papa a Prato: combattere “il cancro della corruzione, dello sfruttamento umano e lavorativo”
“Nasca in noi una rinnovata passione missionaria” che spinga a “uscire”, a “camminare per i sentieri accidentati di oggi”, a creare una comunità accogliente, “contrastando la cultura dell’indifferenza e dello scarto”. In piazza una bandiera cinese, testimonianza di una comunità di 20mila persone che vive e lavora nella città toscana. Francesco ha ricordato l’incendio che due anni fa provocò la morte di cinque uomini e due donne: “una tragedia dello sfruttamento e delle condizioni inumane di vita”.     10/11/2015 VIETNAM
Ho Chi Minh City, attivisti cattolici fermati e picchiati dalla polizia
Tran Minh Nhat e Chu Manh Son erano viaggio dalla ex Saigon nei loro villaggi di origine, negli Altipiani centrali. Gli agenti li hanno bloccato e malmenati con brutalità. Dietro il raid presunte violazioni ai termini di scarcerazione. Durante l’interrogatorio hanno mantenuto il silenzio, pregando invece di rispondere alle accuse.
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India Nella World Watch List 2015 l'India riporta 62 punti (55 punti nel 2013), e si trova al 21° posto (28° nel 2014). Con l'elezione di Narendra Modi, del partito fondamentalista indù Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) alla carica di primo ministro dell'India a maggio del 2014, l'atmosfera nel paese ha preso una brutta piega. Gli induisti che attaccano musulmani e cristiani possono farlo con impunità maggiore di prima.
Fonti di persecuzione
La principale fonte di persecuzione in India è il nazionalismo religioso, mentre altri fonti di persecuzione sono l'estremismo islamico, l'antagonismo tribale, l'oppressione comunista e la corruzione organizzata.
Il nazionalismo religioso: il comportamento assertivo di tutti i tipi di organizzazioni induiste è peggiorato negli anni. Esse rivendicano l'India per l'induismo escludendo tutte le altre religioni dal paese. L'estremismo induista è di gran lunga la principale fonte di persecuzione in India. E' dichiarato, onnipresente e molto violento. A ciò si aggiunge la persecuzione scaturita da diversi altri gruppi estremisti quali: gli estremisti buddisti in Ladakh, i neo buddisti in Maharashtra e Uttar Pradesh e gli estremisti Sikh nel Punjab.
Estremismo islamico: ci sono diversi gruppi estremisti islamici che sono attivi in Jammu, Kashmir e Assam (ove recentemente Al Qaeda ha ammesso le sue attività), Gujarat e altri luoghi. Nelle regioni dove i musulmani formano la maggioranza della popolazione (per esempio Jammu e Kashmir, Bengala Occidentale) i cristiani sono perseguitati dai musulmani.
Antagonismo tribale: l'India è un insieme di diverse tribù, culture e popolazioni. Specialmente fra le tribù, i convertiti incontrano difficoltà. Ampie zone rurali sono aree tribali. Ma va rilevato che c'è un'ampia sovrapposizione di nazionalismo religioso, poiché la maggioranza delle tribù sono induiste.
Oppressione comunista: il movimento maoista in India, noto col nome di naxaliti, ha gradualmente preso le forme di un problema, recentemente difinito serio dal governo indiano. L'esistenza dei Naxaliti va vista in contrapposizione alla statica società cristalizzata nel sistema delle caste. I naxaliti controllano vaste aree negli stati più poveri (Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Bihar etc. - noti anche come il Corridoio Rosso) e attaccano edifici governativi e ferrovie con azioni militari. In queste zone ci sono diversi migliaia di cristiani che sono sfollati dai loro villaggi negli ultimi anni. Il numero di incidenti sulla persecuzione religiosa è ancora relativamente contenuto, i maoisti attaccano i cristiani quando li ritengono informatori della polizia.
Corruzione organizzata: la corruzione permea l'India. Se si desidera portare a termine qualsiasi cosa, è necessario pagare una tangente. Mentre sono molto rari i casi in cui la corruzione sia la causa diretta della persecuzione, l'ambiente corrotto permette ai gruppi induisti e agli ufficiali faziosi di creare una cultura di impunità, che è un problema di fondo in India.
https://www.porteaperteitalia.org/persecuzione/country_profile/3586326/
LE SPA BANCHE 666 CENTRALI NWO NATO SISTEMA MASSONICO ] FANNO EMERGERE L'ASPETTO NEGATICO DI OGNI RELIGIONE E DI OGNI ISTITUZIONE, ECCO PERCHè, NEL MONDO REGNANO DISSIMULAZiONE IPOCRISSIA E MENZOGNA!
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LE SINISTRE GENDER USUROCRATICHE PORNOCRATICHE relativiste, DISTRUGGONO LA CIVILTà UMANISTICA CRISTIANA E DISTRUGGONO identità ed ECONOMIA, poi, alle destra non resta altro da fare, in questo mare di ignoranza e degradazione morale e culturale, altro non resta, che fare fascismo e nazismo!
anche se sembra che, Dio non si curi di realizzare la giustizia sulla terra: QUESTA, in realtà, è UNA TRAPPOLA.


Northern Christians accuse government of neglect as Boko Haram continue its killing spree
Published: November 28, 2014 by Illia Djadi
Displaced Christians expressed their anger at the headquarters of the Church of the Brethren, or EYN Church, in Jos. Nov. 17Displaced Christians expressed their anger at the headquarters of the Church of the Brethren, or EYN Church, in Jos. Nov. 17
World Watch Monitor
Hundreds of Christians, displaced by the Islamist insurgency in Nigeria's North, have been staging protests to express their anger over the government failure to protect them as fresh attacks which claimed scores of lives in the region.
On Nov. 25, at least 78 people were killed when two suicide bombers attacked a market in northern Nigeria's Maiduguri, the capital of Borno State, one of the most affected by the insurgency. A day before, suspected Boko Haram militants disguised as traders attacked Damasak town, near the Niger border, killing at least 48.
The demonstrators, from the northern states of Borno, Yobe, Adamawa, Gombe and others, gathered Nov. 17 at the headquarters of the Church of the Brethren, or EYN Church, in Jos, the capital of Plateau state, in Nigeria's center.
One of the protesters, Hannatu Ishaku, had lost her husband and two sons in a night raid on their hometown of Damboa earlier this year. She said the morning following the raid, the villagers who had fled returned to the village to assess the extent of damage. That's when she found the bodies of her husband, Yohanna Ishaku, and her two sons near a church building in the village.
"Maybe they had taken refuge at the church building when they fell into the hands of the attackers," she said, sobbing.
Hannatu is left with two daughters. Along with thousands of Christians, they have sought refuge in Jos, the Plateau State capital.
The protest attempted to draw attention to the plight of internally displaced people, and to what they consider to be neglect by the federal government.
The Chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria for the North Central Zone, Daniel Kadzai, said Christians in the north have lost confidence in the government's ability to deal with the crisis.
''The Federal Government has toyed with the lives and limbs of the Christians in Northern Nigeria for political gains.
"There is no explanation the government can give as to why the Federal troops will run away from the towns prior to the attack on such towns by Boko Haram without putting up any resistance, if the government does not have a hand in the whole genocide on Northern Christians as is being speculated in the local and foreign media,'' Kadzai said.
The Church of the Brethren in Nigeria (EYN), based mainly in the northern part of the country, is the worst affected by the insurgency. Information released during the protest shows that the church has suffered heavy losses and damages over the 5 years of Boko Haram insurgency.
Over 8,000 of their members have been killed, while more than 700,000, mostly women and Children have been displaced and now scattered in places like Jos, Abuja, Kaduna and Yola. Some 270 churches have been razed completely by the insurgents.
These figures are not taking into account the most recent casualties resulting from the occupation of Mubi, Maiha, Hong and Gombi Local Governments, between September and November.
Other communities are also affected but data on their level of victimization are not available.
Kadzai also blamed what he said has been a slow response from the international community, despite the worldwide wave of solidarity raised by the April abduction of about 300 Chibok school girls by Boko Haram.
''The international community has refused to notice the pogrom on Northern Nigerian Christians. Rather they have shifted their attention and resources only to Iraq, Syria, Gaza and Afghanistan as if those being killed in Nigeria are not human beings''.
The Christian group urged the United Nations to send peacekeeping troops ''to secure the lives of the remaining traumatized people.''
In recent weeks, the militants have hoisted their flag over more than 25 towns and villages, and have declared the establishment of a Caliphate.
Meanwhile, the Nigerian senate has yet to vote on President Goodluck Jonathan's request for further extension of emergency rule, which came to an end last week.
Some northern lawmakers reject the request, arguing that the emergency rule imposed in May 2013 and renewed once, has failed to protect civilians, still vulnerable to attack, in Borno, Adamawa and Yobe states.
Nigeria is ranked fourth on the Global Terrorism Index (GTI) for 2013, issued by the Institute for Economics and Peace. According to the index, more than 80 per cent of the lives lost to terrorists occurred in five countries – Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nigeria and Syria.
The institute says Boko Haram is one of the four most-active militant organisations along with the Islamic State, the Taliban and al Qaeda.
Largely because of the violence, Nigeria ranks No. 14 on the World Watch List, a ranking of the 50 countries where life for Christians is most difficult. The list is published by Open Doors International, a global charity that supports Christians who live under pressure because of their faith.
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Nigerian Bishops: 'Stop playing politics, protect innocent citizens'
Published: September 24, 2014 by Illia Djadi. Most Rev Ignatius Ayau Kaigama, President of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of Nigeria. Most Rev Ignatius Ayau Kaigama, President of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of Nigeria.
World Watch Monitor
Catholic Bishops in Nigeria have called on the government to protect the lives and property of its people, as militants intensified their killing spree across the country.
In a statement ''While Nigeria bleeds and burns'' and signed notably by the President of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of Nigeria (CBCN), Most Rev Ignatius Ayau Kaigama, the Bishops urged the authorities to carry out their ''primary duty'' to protect the life of every Nigerian, irrespective of tribe, religion, social class or tradition.
"As Nigeria tragically bleeds and burns, we Bishops are really alarmed at the scale of human and material destruction, and the disruption of village and community life with increased levels of hatred and potentials for more conflicts in the nation. While Muslims are sometimes targets of these de-structive attacks, Christians, Churches and non- Muslims in general are the principal targets for extermination, expropriation and expulsion by the Boko Haram insurgents, the perpetrators of all these destructions''.
The Bishops accuse the government of not doing enough to stop violence and killings.
"In the face of this Boko Haram group and other criminal militias arming themselves beyond our le-gitimate government, and brazenly killing innocent, defenseless citizens, our government must do more than it is currently doing to safeguard our lives and defend our nation.
''It must do more than it is currently doing to fight off and disarm these actual destroyers of Nigerians and Nigeria. It must do more than it is currently doing to prevent segments of our nation from drifting into anarchy and mutual self-destruction and to bring criminals to justice''.
The Bishops' statement, issued at an Annual Plenary meeting in Warri Diocese, in southern Delta State (on Thursday, Sept. 18), warned over the danger posed by militants' insurgency.
"We warn every Nigerian community at local and state levels to be alert to the grave danger facing all of us and our nation from within and from without. The issue is not about who becomes president or governor or senator after the 2015 general elections. The issue is about the life and security of every one of us who loves his or her life and really cares about our living together in peace as noble Nigerians.''
A national 'all night prayer' rally is scheduled for both the 13th and 14th of November, 2014 (in the capital Abuja), to pray for the nation.
Goodluck Jonathan pictured at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Switzerland in January.Goodluck Jonathan pictured at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Switzerland in January.
Further violence and calls for action
Meanwhile, scores were killed in various attacks attributed to Islamist militants, prompting further calls for action.
On Sept. 16-17, a night raid carried out by unknown gunmen claimed the lives of 32 villagers in three predominantly Christian communities, in Sanga Local Government Area in Kaduna State, which is much further south than the current centre of Boko Haram operations. Attacks in central Nigeria are generally attributed to Fulani herdsmen, but, according to the Christian Association of Nigeria's Sanga Local chapter, the recent upsurge of violence requires careful consideration from the authorities. In a statement issued on Tuesday, Sept. 22, the local Christian group claims that ''over 300 lives of Christians have been wasted'' in various attacks, since June. The latest violence, continues the statement, ''has clearly revealed that these attacks were carefully planned and carried out by some terrorist Islamic fundamentalists, mainly on Christians within the Local government''.
''Our children, women, including pregnant women and the aged, our clergymen, Churches, pastors' residences and our properties have been the sole and main targets of these attacks'' read the statement.
On Thursday, Sept. 18, at least 15 people lost their lives as suspected militants attacked the Federal College of Education of Kano, the main commercial city of northern Nigeria. Witnesses said the attackers stormed the college while exchanging fire with police officers posted outside the grounds. There was at least one suicide bomber among the group whose explosives went off when police shot him. Some of the attackers entered a lecture hall and opened fire on the students.
Back in the epicentre of Boko Haram activity in the far north-east, on Friday, Sept. 19, at least 36 people were killed in an attack on the town of Mainok – about 60 km west of Borno State capital, Maiduguri. The assailants stormed the market at midday, shooting at traders, others not shot directly were killed by stray bullets or by vehicles as they tried to flee across the highway, local sources say.
Recent weeks have been marked by an intensification of Boko Haram attacks in north-eastern Nigeria. According to the Catholic Diocese of Maiduguri, which comprises the three states where the government has declared a 'state of emergency' Borno, Adamawa and Yobe, about 25 towns and villages are under Islamist control.
Most Rev. Oliver Dashe Doeme, bishop of MaiduguriMost Rev. Oliver Dashe Doeme, bishop of Maiduguri
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''Many of our people are being forced out of their ancestral homes, villages and towns. Right now, thousands are living in caves on the mountains, some in the forest; the few who were able to escape are being absorbed by friends and relatives in Maiduguri, Mubi and Yola. Thousands have managed to escape into the Cameroons and are living under very difficult conditions of lack of food, shelter and medication'', lamented Father Oliver Dashe Doeme, the Bishop of Maiduguri Diocese, in a statement.
Bishop Doeme also warned of the risks resulting from the current crisis.
''We are faced with a huge humanitarian crisis; people are sleeping on the streets in Maiduguri, despite the seven or more camps within the city for the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs). The State government is doing her bit to provide for them but the number is overwhelming and the resources are limited''.
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Hundreds of Islamist extremists mob a Christian school
Published: November 26, 2014 by Salim Mia
Literacy class in Bangladesh; March 2014Literacy class in Bangladesh; March 2014
World Watch Monitor
Hundreds of extremist Islamists attacked a Christian school in Bangladesh, which welcomes children of all faiths, in response to locals who were outraged by rumors stating the school was forcing Muslim children to convert to Christianity.
On the morning of November 5, an Islamist mob attacked the South Korean funded Steve Kim Mission School located in Konabari town. Speaking with World Watch Monitor, an authority from Love Bangladesh Mission said the mob comprised about 200 people.
The students were not physically injured, but 12 of its 14 members of staff were beaten. Sumitra Kunda, 25, a female teacher endured a serious head injury. Another teacher, John Prokash Sarker, said that he managed to run away from six madrasa students, armed with knives and machetes, after being forced out of his classroom.
Bangladeshi madrasas
Millions of Bangladeshi students attend madrasas. The schools were established in the 1970's, soon after Bangladesh became independent from Pakistan, and there are two kinds: private Quomi madrasas and state-sponsored Alia madrasas.
According to the Guardian, madrasas are hidden in secrecy and viewed with suspicion for their links with militant Islam.
The furious mob's 'most wanted' was Michael Robin Mondol, who is in charge of both the school and church, they were calling his name loudly, but the staff managed to hide him.
Local officials told World Watch Monitor that they were unable to verify any truth behind the rumors of the school implementing 'forced conversions' that allegedly sparked the violence.
The school authority filed a case against 25 people in local police station after the incident
"We have arrested 17 people including three madrasa teachers," police officer Khandoker Rezaul Hasan told World Watch Monitor.
Wave of 'panic' & destruction
The attackers vandalized classrooms, destroyed the bakery and stole several items including computers and projectors.
They also torched the library, burnt Bibles, hymnals and chairs; then proceeded to cut the electricity lines of the school and destroyed a generator.
Mondol told World Watch Monitor that the vandalism lasted for about an hour and a half, and during that time, "A wave of panic swept through the school and traumatized everyone. Many students became sick in the following days."
"Some madrasa teachers wanted us to stop our education program. But we are helping the poor children. We teach the students what other schools teach in the area, except madrasas. We do not teach them Christian religion in the classes," said Mondol.
Details surrounding the rumours
Teachers of two local madrasas stirred up the discontent by going door to door stating that the school was converting the impoverished Muslim students to Christianity.
They distributed leaflets stating that those who allowed their children to study at Steve Kim Mission School are not good citizens and condemned them and to eternal damnation.
Gazipur district administrative chief, Deputy Commissioner Nurul Islam told World Watch Monitor that the allegation of converting the Muslim students to Christianity in the school was false and baseless.
"I talked to many local people and I did not find the veracity of the allegation claimed by the Madrasa teachers that the school is converting the poor students to Christianity," said Islam
"It transpired that some Madrasa teachers did not like that Christians setup a missionary school in the locality," said Islam.
Mondol told World Watch Monitor that some of the rumours included members of our school 'putting the Koran, Islam's holy book, under the children's feet' and that all of the 'food we provided is made up of pork.'
"Many guardians of the students asked several times if we are converting them to Christianity," he said, and madrasa's threatened to evict the parents of the Muslim students unless they removed their children from our school.
Christian schools historically welcome
According to Asia News, despite 90% of students not being Christian, Christian schools and colleges are considered the best option in Bangladesh. The Catholic Church has about 600 institutions (from primary school to high school), 10 colleges and a university.
The Steve Kim Mission School is new to the area and situated in in Gazipur district, a sprawling industrial area of garment factories, around 50 kilometers north of the capital city Dhaka.
Since its inception on April 1 of this year it has enrolled around 200 Muslim students. It provides mainstream education from the first to fourth grade.
One of its ambitions has been to provide for local impoverished children, whose parents are mostly garment factory workers, by offering free education, school uniforms, books, pencils and meals.
Of Bangladesh's 154 million people, Sunni Muslims constitute 90% and Hindus 9% (2001 census). The remaining 1% is mainly Christian and Buddhist.
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Peace prize awarded to Central African Republic top clerics
Published: November 25, 2014 by Illia Djadi
L to R: Rev. Nicolas Guérékoyamé Gbangou; Imam Omar Kobine Layama; Archbishop Dieudonné Nzapalainga; at the Nov. 13 Awards ceremony in Washington, D.C.. L to R: Rev. Nicolas Guérékoyamé Gbangou; Imam Omar Kobine Layama; Archbishop Dieudonné Nzapalainga; at the Nov. 13 Awards ceremony in Washington, D.C..
Courtesy of SFCG
The three top religious leaders of the Central African Republic have been awarded a prize for their efforts for peace in the war-torn Central African Republic.
Rev. Nicolas Guérékoyamé-Gbangou, 55, President of the Evangelical Alliance; Imam Oumar Kobine Layama, 53, President of the Islamic Community; and Mgr. Dieudonné Nzapalainga, 46, the Archbishop of Bangui, were among the five recipients distinguished by Search For Common Ground (SFCG) at a Nov. 13 ceremony in Washington, D.C..
In the midst of the country's two years of violence, often portrayed as confessional conflict, the three clerics formed a joint platform to promote peaceful coexistence between Christians and Muslims. Their message: Violence in CAR is not primarily caused by religious conflict; instead, the root of the conflict lies in the struggle for political power.
The Prize honours the Central African Republic and the builders of peace, Nzapalainga said in his acceptance speech.
''For many years, Muslims and Christians lived in harmony and in the respect of each other's beliefs. When politicians wanted to use the religion fibres to divide the people, whether to maintain power or to conquer it, we stood up as if we are a single man to say 'no' to this war and 'yes' to peace''.
This view is re-asserted by Imam Layama, who said the award is an encouragement in favour of peace, not only in the CAR, but for the world.
''It is a force to promote peace, justice and equity among men, and a weapon to combat all forms of religious extremism which politicians use to exploit our religions. Let us unite so that justice and peace come together''.
The three clerics travelled across the country, visiting areas plagued by violence, to facilitate dialogue among Christian and Muslim community members and hold community meetings to rebuild trust. They toured also European capitals - Rome, Brussels, Paris, London, and Amsterdam – to plead the cause of their country. They met with world leaders like Pope Francois in Vatican and UN General Secretary Ban Ki-moon, at New York. The diplomatic groundwork led to the deployment of UN peacekeepers to CAR in September.
For their efforts, TIME Magazine named them among the 100 Most Influential People in the World in 2014, while the French Magazine Le Monde dubbed them "the three saints of Bangui."
L to R: Archbishop Dieudonné Nzapalainga; Imam Omar Kobine Layama; Rev. Nicolas Guérékoyamé Gbangou; UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, in a photo taken March 13 at the United Nations in New York.L to R: Archbishop Dieudonné Nzapalainga; Imam Omar Kobine Layama; Rev. Nicolas Guérékoyamé Gbangou; UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, in a photo taken March 13 at the United Nations in New York.
UN Photo/Eskinder Debebe
The price of peace
This commitment for peace doesn't come without a price. Guerekoyame was absent, traveling in Europe in January, when his ill daughter died.
''It seemed like criminal negligence" to be away, he said in his speech at the award ceremony. "But today, my family and all of the other Central Africans still living can understand, through this recognition from Search For Common Ground, that to receive this prize for peace on behalf of a whole country and of a whole generation, difficult actions are sometimes needed.''
In August 2013, Rev. Guerekoyame was arrested following comments about the government, in a sermon. Despite being a Member of the National Transitional Council (NTC), an acting parliament set up after the 2012 military coup, which granted him immunity, he was put into prison.
In response, Nzapalainga gave himself up to the prison authorities as an act of solidarity.
''I went to prison and asked for a sleeping mat so that I can stay with Rev Nicolas. Whatever the time it will last: 3 days, or months, I was determined to remain in prison with him," the archbishop told World Watch Monitor.
Guerekoyame was released after the intervention of the Minister of the Interior.
The commitment of the three clerics was also marked by other dramatic episodes, Mgr. Nzapalainga recalled.
The December 2013 eruption of violence which followed the offensive of Anti-balaka militiamen in Bangui forced Imam Layama to leave his home and seek refuge at Parish St. Paul.
''When the life of a brother is threatened, we must provide him assistance," Nzapalainga said. "For more than five months, we welcomed Imam Layama and his family in our midst. This brought us closer a lot. We shared meals and discussed on how to find solutions to the crisis in CAR''.
Other dramatic episodes followed.
''In February 2014, we went, the Imam and I, to meet with pastors, priests and imams, gathered within the compound of St. Jacques Parish in Bangui, to convey the message of reconciliation and peace. But when we arrived, we learned that the driver of an imam seemed to be a former Séléka fighter, and suddenly, an angry crowd came to us, wanting to kill him. But we refused to give the man to the crowd, despite the rising tension.
''We stayed there from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., without food or drinks, trying to find a solution to the situation, in vain. The man was saved, thanks to the intervention of African peacekeepers. We narrowly escaped certain death that day, as stones were thrown from everywhere.''
Violence in CAR has claimed the lives of several clerics. In October 12, a Polish priest has been abducted by armed men in the extreme west of the country close to Cameroon. Rev. Mateusz Dziedzic of the diocese of Tarnow, in Baboua was abducted by members of a rebel group called the Democratic Front of the Central African People (FDPC). The kidnappers demanded the release of their leader imprisoned in Cameroon, in exchange for Dziedzic.
The SFCG prize is not the first of its kind to honor the contribution of clerics for peace in CAR. In September, Human Rights Watch honored Rev. Bernard Kinvi, who saved the lives of hundreds of besieged Muslims, whom he sheltered in the Catholic Church. He received the Alison Des Forges Award, which celebrates the valor of individuals who put their lives on the line to protect the dignity and rights of others.
Rev. Aurelio Gazzera participated in mediation efforts that helped bring stability in Bozoum, in the northwest of the country. In June, he took part in the Oslo Forum, one of the highest-level meetings of peace mediators, in Norway. At a panel discussion with the President of the Central African Republic, Catherine Samba-Panza, he also reported on his experience with mediation.
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Turkey plans new global Islamic university. Published: November 25, 2014, Christian seminaries still blocked from opening, The 29 Mayis University in Istanbul's Umraniye districtThe 29 Mayis University in Istanbul's Umraniye district
World Watch Monitor
In an aggressive move to position itself as the intellectual center of the Muslim world, Turkey has announced plans to open an Islamic university similar to Egypt's Al-Azhar, the oldest and most respected center of Islamic learning.
Ankara's announcement comes amid years of legal stonewalling for Turkey's Christian minorities to build their own seminaries.
The Turkish Ministry of Religious Affairs put forth plans in October to transform the private 29 Mayis University into an Islamic school. According to state officials, it will become an "example" to Al-Azhar.
"We want to found an international Islamic university in Istanbul, and this is an important project for humanity," Turkey's Department of Religious Affairs head Mehmet Gormez said in a public statement.
"Scholars graduated from universities like this will be a part of the solution, rather than the source of the problem," said Gormez, in a political swipe at Egypt.
Turkey's relations with Egypt have soured since the Muslim Brotherhood was removed from power in July 2013. Ankara lost much prestige and money when the Egyptian counter-revolution swept away Mohammad Morsi, a protégé of Erdogan.
Opening its own Islamic university suggests that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's goal is to de-legitimize Egypt's religious credentials by making them Turkey's own, Michael Rubin, Middle East specialist at the American Enterprise Institute, told World Watch Monitor.
The move to build an Islamic seminary is also part of a trend in Turkey of viewing itself as the once and future spiritual leader of the Muslim world. When the current Prime Minister, Ahmet Davutoglu, was Foreign Minister, he spoke enthusiastically of "Neo-Ottomanism," or Turkey regaining the power it held as the Ottoman Empire.
For six centuries, the Ottoman Empire controlled everything from Eastern Europe to the Arabian Peninsula, with the caliph claiming direct spiritual descent from the prophet Mohammad.
"The Turkish attempt to create competition with Al-Azhar does not aim at spreading the Islamic faith in the world, but rather underlines political goals," Al-Azhar instructor Mohammad Shahat al-Jundi told Al-Monitor. "[Turkey] aims to attract Muslims to study in Turkey to outshine Al-Azhar. It wishes to restore its glorious past as the caliphate state."
The closed Greek Orthodox Halki Theological School situated on Heybeli Island near IstanbulThe closed Greek Orthodox Halki Theological School situated on Heybeli Island near Istanbul
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Dreams of new seminaries or even re-opening old ones have been impossible for Turkey's Christians to realize over the decades. The state holds a tight monopoly on opening religious schools of higher education. Most notably, it forcibly closed down the Greek Orthodox Halki Theological Seminary in 1971. Requests by the Armenian Apostolic Church to open an institution to train its priests under the General Directorate of Higher Education have been ignored for seven years.
Turkey's ruling AKP (Justice and Development Party) has held out the possibility of re-opening Halki Seminary for years. But Erdogan has made the re-opening contingent on two conditions: the Greek government not interfere with its Muslim citizens choosing their own mufti; and Turkey be allowed to renovate two Athens mosques from the Ottoman era.
Any Christian citizen among Turkey's Armenian, Orthodox, Catholic and Protestant minorities who wants to receive a seminary education must study abroad, or remotely. The high cost of education abroad as well as limited participation due to language restrictions are recurrent problems, according to a 2013 Norwegian Helsinki Committee (NHC) report on religious freedom in Turkey.
Religious freedom expert Mine Yildirim of the NHC says there is no state initiative that will result in the opening of a seminary for any belief other than Islam. Turkey's insistence on the principle of reciprocity continues to block the reopening of the prestigious Halki Seminary.
"Human rights cannot be subjected to the principal of reciprocity, and the right to establish seminaries for religious instruction is not only guaranteed under the Lausanne Treaty, but also the European Convention on Human Rights and the UN International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights," she told World Watch Monitor.
Turkish Protestants have few options for theological education. They either learn informally from a pastor in their church, attend Turkish-language theology seminars abroad, or get formal theological training in English in the West.
Only a handful of Turkey's approximately 50 Protestant pastors have a formal seminary education, due to the language barrier and high costs, Umut Sahin, General Secretary of the Association of Protestant Churches, told World Watch Monitor.
An empty classroom at the closed Greek Orthodox Halki Seminary on Heybeli Island, IstanbulAn empty classroom at the closed Greek Orthodox Halki Seminary on Heybeli Island, Istanbul
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Yildirim said she believes the situation will change only if religious or belief communities apply to the Constitutional Court of Turkey and the European Court of Human Rights to seek judicial remedies. No group has opened such a lawsuit, but she argues such an application would be successful.
No such restrictions exist for the Islamic university, even though it faces challenges of its own. Its location is in a crowded residential district on the city's Asian side. The current university, 29 Mayis University, consists of only a few buildings and there is little room to grow.
Local Turkish analysts say there is no hope of it displacing Al-Azhar, due to its thousand-year pedigree as the global center of Muslim scholarship.
"If our government ever thinks of founding an institution meant to be competing Al-Azhar, it would be a sheer misadventure, a loss of time and energy," Gencer Ozcan, a professor of political science at Istanbul's Bilgi University, told World Watch Monitor.
Other analysts say that the move is about Erdogan's aggrandizement rather than the nation itself.
"It's less that Turkey sees itself as the premier Muslim state, and more that President Erdogan sees himself as a new Sultan, if not Caliph," said Rubin.
"Erdogan wants to make himself leader of the Islamic world. It's not simply Neo-Ottomanism; it's gone well past that."
Turkey has been on a building binge of mosques since the Islamist AKP began its rule 12 years ago. Approximately 17,000 mosques have opened in the last decade, increasing the country's total from 76,000 to 93,000. They are all funded by the government. All imams receive their salary from the state.
Critics of Turkey's president say that his recent moves to reinforce the AKP's political Islamist agenda have tarnished Erdogan's image as a Muslim democratic reformer—that he is drawing mosque and state dangerously close together.
"Diplomats may have wanted to see Erdogan and his Justice and Development Party as just the Islamic equivalent of a Christian Democratic Party in Europe, but they would be wrong," said Rubin. "Erdogan has said he wants to raise a religious generation and he means it. He is simply Khomeini in a suit, and we forget that at our peril."
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Second Turkish trial implicates authorities in planned attack on church leaders
Published: November 04, 2014 by Damaris Kremida. Pastor Emre Karaali of the Izmit Protestant Church on the steps of the Courthouse in Izmit with his lawyer after the 3rd hearing on Oct. 21, 2014Pastor Emre Karaali of the Izmit Protestant Church on the steps of the Courthouse in Izmit with his lawyer after the 3rd hearing on Oct. 21, 2014
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In a surprise October decision, a Turkish judge has filed a criminal complaint against a police chief and an army captain, implicating them in a plot to kill a church leader in Izmit, 60 miles east of Istanbul.
It's the second recent court case in Turkey to try suspects with alleged connections to higher authorities for plotting violence against Christians. The trial against five young men who brutally murdered three Christians in 2007 at the Zirve Christian Publishing House, a crime which hit global headlines, is still continuing in the southeastern city of Malatya.
In Izmit, Turkish Protestant Pastor Emre Karaali and his lawyers believe the 13 suspects who plotted to attack him and his congregation in 2012 did not act alone, but were guided by police and military forces who conceived the plot.
In the third hearing of the case on Oct. 21, suspect Ufuk Suer, 34, said the ring-leader of the group was in contact with the National Intelligence Agency (MIT) leading up to their arrest, according to the court minutes.
Although other suspects had also testified they had links with higher authorities and MIT, Judge Yusuf Coskun seemed initially hesitant to implicate the police or army, according to Karaali. The pastor said he thought the judge's decision was a significant development in the case.
In June his lawyer had requested the court to conduct a formal investigation of the police and military authorities identified in the case file.
"The judge accepted our request and filed a criminal complaint against them," Karaali said. "We weren't expecting it. It was a surprise decision."
Police arrested 13 suspects on Jan. 16, 2013 in connection with a months-long plot to attack Karaali and his congregation.
Police claimed they arrested the suspects just before they were about to attack. The suspects had infiltrated the church feigning interest in Christianity, and police said they gleaned information by listening to their telephones.
"There is now a connection between this case and the police and military," Karaali told World Watch Monitor. But he admitted he was now "uncomfortable" that these newly named suspects were still free.
The judge has so far declined the prosecution lawyer's requests that all suspects be kept in custody. After several days of interrogation following their arrest, all but one was released. Ferhat Cakar, the alleged ring-leader, had been held in detention for six months pending the trial but due to delays, had since been out for more than a year.
Karaali said he felt tense in court for the first time before the third hearing began.  The suspects appeared "cool" and "confident," he noted, as if nothing worried them. 
"Our expectation is to find out who was behind these [13] people's plans," he said. "Because these people could not have done what they did without support, that's obvious. Someone used them and that's also obvious. So the question is who, and why?"
The two new suspects, police chief Hasan Erdogan and captain Levent Birsin, were ordered to appear at the next court hearing scheduled for Jan. 15.
Similarities with the Malatya trial.
In both cases, Karaali explained, public opinion was primed before the planned crime through negative media propaganda, claiming Christians were posing a threat to the relevant city.
Months before the plot to attack the church in Izmit, he says Turkish journalist Banu Avar told visitors at a local book fair that "imperialist missionaries" were targeting the city to convert its population.
Similarly, a public protest was orchestrated in Malatya when Christian literature arrived at the Zirve office, where the murder later took place, prompting disinformation against Christian activities in the local news.
Just as in Izmit, the Malatya suspects also infiltrated the Christian groups. Some of the accused killers had met with their victims under the pretext of studying the Bible, to build a trust relationship with them.
Finally, the suspects had links with the police and military in both incidents.  "I think the process was the same, the scenario was the same, but the results were different," Karaali said.
Karaali has declined an offer of police protection, although he moved his wife and two small children to a more secure location after the alleged plot was exposed.
The church leader came from a Muslim background to Christianity 14 years ago. Now 35, he has pastored the Izmit Protestant Church, under the legal umbrella of the Istanbul Protestant Church Foundation, since 2009.
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https://www.worldwatchmonitor.org/2014/11/3460940/