Despite the ongoing threat of execution in Iraq, nearly all Yazidis, a Kurdish monotheistic community that lives throughout Iraq, Syria, Turkey and even Armenia and Georgia, who have applied for asylum in the U.S. have been rejected, FoxNews.com has learned. The reason why is not clear, but advocates say Washington is turning a blind eye on the situation.
Never has Obummer accepted Christians into this country if he can has anything to say about it. Thousands of mu'slims, including radial mu'slim terrorists, are imported by him in a concentrated effort to make America Mu'slim and subject to Shari'ah law over the Constitution.
Blaze and Spitfire AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS - John Russell Houser, the man who shot up a movie theater in Lafayette resulting in 3 dead is said to have been a supporter of the Westboro Baptist Church from recent postings on social media.
Jack Hansen's insight:
They are not a religious group at all. These people are a collection of warped individuals who are guided by their own hate. They certainly are not Baptists or Godly people.
"This is an administration which never seems to find a good enough excuse to help Christians, but always finds an excuse to apologize for terrorists ... I hope that as it gets attention that Secretary Kerry will reverse it. If he doesn't, Congress has to
LONDON (Reuters) - A British man who was last year sentenced by a U.S. court to 12-1/2 years in prison after pleading guilty to running a website that supported the Taliban, has been released, his family said on Sunday. Babar Ahmad's sentence included 10 years he had already served. U.S. prosecutors had said his crimes included recruiting fighters for the Taliban and al Qaeda in the run-up to the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on New York City and Washington. But the judge who sentenced Ahmad said she had not given him the maximum penalty of 25 years as she did not believe he had been directly involved with al Qaeda and was not at risk of being involved in future crimes. "We, the family of Babar Ahmad, are delighted to announce that ... Babar has returned home to us after 11 years in prison," his family said in a statement. Ahmad was extradited from Britain in 2012 along with a second man, Syed Talha Ahsan. Both were charged in Connecticut as authorities argued they used an Internet service provider in the state to run at least one of their websites. Ahmad's lawyers had argued that while he tried to help Muslims under attack in Bosnia and Chechnya through his publications in the 1990s, he regretted supporting the Taliban and condemned the Sept. 11 attacks. "Eleven years of solitary confinement and isolation in ten different prisons has been an experience too profound to sum up in a few words here and now," Ahmad said. "In time, I look forward to sharing reflections on my experience to help inform others."
Pope Francis announced to Christians around the world that God had called upon him, instructing him “to revise the most sacred of texts, the Ten Commandments.” Given to the Israelites by God himself at Mount Sinai, the Commandments include instructions for worship and list several prohibited practices.
US President Barack Obama told Jewish leaders on Tuesday that if the nuclear deal signed between world powers and Iran is rejected by Congress, the United States will be forced to attack Tehran, which will lead to Hezbollah retaliating with rockets on Tel Aviv.
Nathan Forrest, a cavalryman for the Confederacy during the Civil War and one of the alleged founding members of the KKK — reports say he was the hate group’s first Grand Wizard — could soon be blotted out from Memphis history.
Just a note, President Obama has already called the city in Louisiana where there was a shooting last night. Good for gun control possibility? Gets a call. Bad for his position on immigration? Oh well, you’re not worthy of comment.
The wife of a convicted terrorist, who was prosecuted after refusing to submit to a police interrogation, has lost her human rights case in the Supreme Court. Sylvie Beghal claimed her rights were violated when she was questioned by police under anti-terrorism legislation while at East Midlands Airport in 2011. Her husband Djamel Beghal was jailed in France for terrorism offences in 2005. Five Supreme Court justices first analysed her case in November and have now ruled against her. They concluded the police action was "proportionate" and necessary for the investigation of terrorism. Mrs Beghal, who is French, had been detained for no longer than was necessary, they added. She had already lost a case in the High Court, when three judges ruled against her in August 2013. They ruled that schedule 7 of the Terrorism Act 2000 did not breach human rights. This law allows police to hold someone for up to nine hours and question them about whether they are involved in terrorism. But they had suggested there might be "room for improvement" to anti-terror legislation which gave police the power to "stop, question and detain" those entering or leaving the country. Questions unanswered Mrs Beghal's husband is an Algerian man who was convicted and jailed in France on charges of leading a plot to blow up the US embassy in Paris. He claims he was tortured and that his conviction is unfair. The Supreme Court heard how Mrs Beghal had arrived back in England after visiting her husband with her three children when she was stopped. Although not suspected of being a terrorist, police said they wanted to talk to her regarding "possible involvement" in terrorism. Following the stop, Mrs Beghal refused to answer police questions without the presence of a solicitor. She was allowed to speak to a lawyer on the phone before police asked her about her movements. When she refused to answer the questions, she was charged and later convicted of failing to comply with the order. Mrs Beghal argued that the process of stopping and questioning "without reasonable suspicion" breached the European Convention on Human Rights. Supreme Court justices also heard that Mrs Beghal appeared before magistrates in Leicester, where she was convicted of failing to comply with a duty to answer questions.
There is much in the Bible about Iran and it even described the nuclear catastrophe that will result from Obama’s nuclear deal with it. You think this is far-fetched? Just read. For years, Bible prophecy analysts had missed the verses and for years, we have been on record stating that Iran will gain its nukes and so far we were the few who were correct, while the rest still contemplate Israel removing the threat before it happens. We were no geniuses to figure all this, we just read the Bible as Muslims and saw in it that we needed salvation, so we converted and believed.
An op-ed about ResponibleOhio’s “cartel-like” marijuana-legalization initiative and other options for Ohioans The unthinkable has happened. Telling me 10 years ago I’d stand opposed to legalization would have resulted in an involuntary rant...
Hillary Clinton lied to Congress, gave arms to terrorists and destroyed her emails. How much longer can she hide the truth? How much longer can her lawlessness go unchallenged and unprosecuted? Does she really think the American voters will overlook her criminal behavior and put her in the White House where she can pardon herself?
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