Archives for March 11, 2015
Evil Muslim Killed Christians Muslims, all belonging to Boko Haram, entered the Christian village of Gwoza and butchered one thousand Christians. Why hasn’t this made the news? They were shot, burned alive, and slashed to death. They were slaughtered with bullets, cooked alive, and hacked to death.
Two pastors in northwestern Bangladesh two pastors were arrested and now likely could each face two years in prison if convicted of “hurting religious sentiments.” The police arrested the pastors while they were preaching along with 41 people listening to their preaching at a rented house in Nabinagar village. At least a mob of 100
The stated purpose of this program was to reduce the considerable poverty and overpopulation on Java, to provide opportunities for hard-working poor people, and to provide a workforce to better utilize (pillage) the natural resources of the outer islands. The program, however, has been controversial with critics accusing the Indonesian government of trying to use these migrants to reduce the proportion of native populations in
Roman Catholic missionaries began work in Sudan in 1842. Today the Catholic church is the largest church in Sudan. The Anglicans (Church Missionary Society) entered in 1899. From 1916 onward, tens of thousands were converted. Presently the Anglican Church is the second largest church in Sudan. In 1900 the United Presbyterians initiated work in
Former Chief Justice Uwais’ Son Joins Terrorist Group ISIS In Iraq. Former chief justice of Nigeria Muhammadu Uwais’s son has apparently gone to the Middle East and joined the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (Isis) in what represents a big coup for the terrorists. In what is now a growing trend, middle class Muslims
INEC Registered 6.1 Million Under-Aged Votered To Please The North. Although this is already in public domain, over 6.1 Million under-aged voters were deliberately registered in 10 Northern states by the embattled INEC chairman, Prof Attahiru Jega to please the Northern politicians that mounted pressure on him after the 2011 election. In contrast, INEC used
Chadian troops, alongside soldiers from more than 20 other countries are undergoing training “in the deep desert,” in continuation of their ongoing war against Boko Haram militants in the North-Eastern Nigeria and a few neighboring countries. The exercises, according to BBC were taking place in Mao, on the edge of the Sahara. The soldiers were