In Defence of Suicide Bombers

SWEDEN. Some people are so stupid or perhaps so ideologically brainwashed that they doesn't even hear what they say. And they certainly doesn't understand how awful they are. After the bombs in Sri Lanka the left rode out to save Muslims everywhere by diminishing what had happened. No matter what Islamists do it's always Muslims … Continue reading In Defence of Suicide Bombers

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A Plea for Sri Lankan Christians

This letter was published by Bill Warner and I have copied it. If you can help contact astimpson7@gmail.com. You can also give a donation tothe campaign at Sri Lanka Red Cross who offer help in a number of ways. Hello, I am a native-born American Christian citizen. I am looking for help from anyone who … Continue reading A Plea for Sri Lankan Christians

The problem with the west and Islam

Three children was buried in Århus cathedral in Denmark on Saturday. Alma was 15-years old, her sister Agnes was 12 and their brother Alfred only got to live for five years. This was the same church where they got baptized only a few years ago. The funerals in Sri Lanka are still going on and … Continue reading The problem with the west and Islam

Cardinal Sarah about Sri Lanka

SRI LANKA. While US politicians talk about "Easter worshippers" and quickly move on to other things Cardinal Robert Sarah call both the victims and the perpetraitors by their true names. As we celebrate the resurrection of the son of God, the terrible attacks in Sri Lanka once again show how the followers of Christ are … Continue reading Cardinal Sarah about Sri Lanka

The Sri Lanka Tragedy

SRI LANKA. The day of celebrating the ressurected Christ turned into death and pain: 290 dead and 500 injured. Little is known of the suicide bombers, but the names of a few of them. Muslim names. Rumours of connections to the militant Islamist organisation NTJ (National Thowheeth Jama’ath). The attacks is said to remind of … Continue reading The Sri Lanka Tragedy

Persecution of Christians – week 8

A church from the 1100s in Falköping, Sweden, was scrawled on. It was swastikas, the cross of St. Peter and the words Die Jew and Hitler. If the culprits are Nazis: why not go down to the mosque then? Do they expect to insult Jews in a Church? On February 11 a man by the … Continue reading Persecution of Christians – week 8

Persecution of Christians – week 51

During five days the Christians in the Indian province of Telangana were attacked at three different occasions. Hindu radicals physically attacked them (and some ended up in the hospital), burned Bibles and damaged a car. They didn't dare to report it to the police, but managed to have their christmas event after changing places at last … Continue reading Persecution of Christians – week 51

Persecution of Christians – week 43

Asia Bibis verdict have not been announced yet, even though the Pakistani Supreme Court generally do it the same day. A Christian lawyer from American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) claim that the reason has to do with security. Protestant pastor Nguyen Trung Ton are serving a 12-year prison sentence in Vietnam for trying … Continue reading Persecution of Christians – week 43

Persecution of Christians -week 31

The Christian convert Amir Saman Dashti were sentenced by Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Court to four months in prison for Christian activities. Ramiel Bet Tamraz was also sentenced to four months for being Christian. Believers are often sent to the prison Evin who is the roughest prison and it's known that torture is used. Amir spent … Continue reading Persecution of Christians -week 31