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Coptic church bombed in Egypt.

  1. 17th January 2011
  2. News and Prophecy Staff

At midnight on New Year’s Eve, a bomb blast outside the Coptic Church of the Two Saints in Alexandria, Egypt killed 21 people and injured 80. Some suggest a car bomb, while Egyptian officials believe it was a suicide attack perpetrated by Al Qaeda forces from outside the country. Egypt is currently looking for a successor for the current president Hosni Mubarak...

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Court rulings vs. common sense.

  1. 14th January 2011
  2. News and Prophecy Staff

“An Austrian court has recently fined a citizen for yodeling while mowing his lawn, according to a report in The Kronen Zeitung newspaper. The citizen, 63-year-old Helmut G., was told by the court that his yodeling offended his next-door Muslim neighbors, who accused him of trying to mock and imitate the call of the Muezzin [person who calls Muslims to prayer].”

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New moves by Iran.

  1. 12th January 2011
  2. News and Prophecy Staff

Last month, Iran’s Foreign Minister was dismissed and replaced by the head of its nuclear operations. At the same time, Iranian armed forces concluded a covert “war games” exercise on the Iraqi border. Such demonstrations of force receive broad press coverage and are not kept secret. Analysts suggest these moves are aimed at sending a message to Washington that...

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Catastrophic flooding in Australia.

  1. 10th January 2011
  2. News and Prophecy Staff

News sources report that Queensland, Australia, is experiencing the worst flooding in history and a disaster of “biblical proportions.”  Flood waters have inundated an area the size of Germany and France.

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2010—A deadly year.

  1. 07th January 2011
  2. News and Prophecy Staff

The U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency reports that “Earthquakes, heat waves, floods, volcanoes, super typhoons, blizzards, landslides and droughts killed at least a quarter million people in 2010—the deadliest year in more than a generation. More people were killed worldwide by natural disasters this year than have been killed in terrorism attacks in the...

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Scientist not hired because of religious beliefs?

  1. 05th January 2011
  2. News and Prophecy Staff

Dr. Martin Gaskell has claimed that religious discrimination prevented him from being hired for a university position in 2007 for which he was uniquely qualified. Gaskell was considered by the University of Kentucky search committee as the top candidate for a director of a new student observatory. Court records note that one university search committee member...

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Will Canada legalize polygamy?

  1. 03rd January 2011
  2. News and Prophecy Staff

The Supreme Court in British Columbia is considering a landmark case that seeks to overturn Canada’s century-old anti-polygamy law. Proponents cite religious discrimination as the primary reason for overturning the current law against polygamy. The current law is said to discriminate against Mormons and immigrants whose religions and cultures allow polygamy.

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Political union in Europe in 10 years?

  1. 31st December 2010
  2. News and Prophecy Staff

Speaking in a high-profile interview with the newspaper Bild am Sonntag recently, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble commented, “In 10 years we will have a structure that corresponds much stronger to what one describes as political union.”

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Witchcraft, fantasy and REAL demons.

  1. 29th December 2010
  2. News and Prophecy Staff

The huge successes of the Harry Potter and Twilight movies, as well as TV shows featuring witches, vampires and werewolves have captured the interest of younger generations. Proponents say, “Fantasy is harmless.”  But is it really?

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Masses pray to the “Virgin Mother.”

  1. 27th December 2010
  2. News and Prophecy Staff

On December 9 and the weekend that followed, six million people descended on Mexico City during the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, in order to visit the Basilica of Guadalupe. This shrine contains a cape reported to be miraculously imprinted with an image of Mary—following a vision by a farmer in 1531. Approximately 95,000 people per hour filed past the cape...

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