The ”spectre of war” is hanging over Bosnia, said Al Jazeera in a documentary titled ‘Testing the Peace’.
“Now with Ukraine on fire and Europe on high alert for Russian meddling elsewhere, Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik is threatening to secede, raising the prospect of conflict once more,” said Al Jazeera in its documentary — see YouTube below. Continue reading “Bosnia getting Ukraine war contagion”
Thirteen American soldiers (11 marines, 1 navy, 1 army) were killed when a bomb went off outside Kabul airport a few days ago.
Another 18 members of the USA military were injured.
That’s the view from western lens of the recent carnage. From the opposite perspective, close to 170 Afghans were also killed.
Vitally, an Isis bomber killed himself in the process. Continue reading “Kabul attack — the other side of the story”
From news report yesterday in Harakah headlined ‘PAS ambil langkah satukan umat Islam’.
The party paper quoted PAS president Hadi Awang as saying peristiwa hijrah “merupakan iktibar serta tauladan yang baik bagi menyatukan umat Islam dan golongan bukan Islam yang tidak keras menentang Islam”. Continue reading “PAS views DAP as existential threat”
“The victims of injustice cannot rest in peace until truth and justice have been restored to them,” said Suaram adviser Dr Kua Kia Soong yesterday in his keynote address to the Human Rights Week event participants at the KL Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall.
Among other things, human rights group Suaram wants to know the whereabouts of missing pastor Raymond Koh – who was a victim of enforced disappearance – in order for bringing closure and restorative justice to his family, and putting an end to “the culture of impunity”.
CHEAP … personal loss suffered by the Koh and Teoh (Beng Hock) families exploited as vote bait by the DAP Continue reading “DAP must tell us where is pastor Raymond Koh”
Sri Lanka police commandos, air force and the army sent hundreds of troops to Negombo to impose a curfew and contain religious tensions after clashes broke out between Christians and Muslims.
Dozens of Muslim-owned shops, homes and vehicles were attacked by a large Christian mob, unverified video clips being circulated on social media showed. At least three people were injured, police told AFP. Continue reading “Christian-Muslim clashes rock Sri Lanka”
Mujahid Yusof Rawa was at the #SalamSriLanka candlelight vigil last night to show his solidarity with the victims of the Easter church bombings. Our Minister of Religion, however, forgot to extend an invitation apparently to his “inspiration” Zakir Naik for the Dataran Merdeka event.
Hypocrite Hannah also appears to be MIA. Continue reading “Christians and Muslims killing each other — latest”
If and when politicians are not outright lying to you, they engage in the most insidious Orwellain speak.
Liberal politikus are scummier by far, and the ‘Hope & Change’ ex-president scummiest of all. Continue reading “Shhh, cannot say”
Young patriotic Christians should join the military and stand up to Islam, said a 26-year-old Member of Parliament in France.
Blonde bombshell Marion Maréchal-Le Pen (pix) is herself joining the French army reserves after the slaying of a Christian priest on Tuesday by two Muslim youths. Continue reading ““Christians must stand up to Islam” — France’s youngest MP”
If you read Malaysia’s English language press that is controlled/dominated by the Christians, then you will understand the Quran’s verse 2:120.
One example of sengaja nak kenakan orang Melayu-Islam can be seen @ http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/as-world-grieves-over-orlando-shooting-some-malaysians-welcome-killings
1. Omar Mateen killed at least 50 people and wounded 53 more after opening fire on patrons of a gay nightclub in Florida, according to breaking news. Continue reading “Orlando mass shooting sparks another round of Islamophobia”
At the intergovernmental meeting in Bangkok yesterday on the boat people crisis, Htin Lynn, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Myanmar director-general told off the UNHCR for politicizing his country’s internal issues.
Htin Lynn was responding to a call for Myanmar to grant citizenship to its Muslim minority – the 1.3 million Rohingya of whom many are stateless – made by the UN’s Asst. High Commissioner for Refugees (Protection). Continue reading “Fear the crescent, fear the cross”
‘Charlie Hebdo protesters in Pakistan storm Christian school’ (Straits Times, 27 Jan 2015)
Updated: 28 Jan 2015
‘Pakistan church bomb: Christians mourn 85 killed in Peshawar suicide attack’ (The Guardian, 24 Sept 2013)
‘Witness: Kenya mall attackers target non-Muslims‘ (AP-Yahoo! News, 21 Sept 2013) — What the militants did to the hostages: “They removed (testicles), eyes, ears, nose. They get your hand and sharpen it like a pencil then they tell you to write your name with the blood.” (NEWS.com.au, 27 Sept 2013)
Continue reading “Minority Christians in other countries”