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originally posted by: CharlieSpeirs
a reply to: chuck258
What country are you talking about?
This thread is about a threat to America!
I've never heard of Muslims beheading & crucifying Gay Americans in mass numbers, so I don't think I can answer your question!
originally posted by: Stormdancer777
originally posted by: randyvs
a reply to: starwarsisreal
And one more thing, no true Christian i.e. follwer of
Christ, could ever be called a radical. Not by anyone.
I don't know any radical Christians,
So that is the same as a terrorist attack?
But the anti-choice demonstrators who showed up on a regular basis at Planned Parenthood and similar facilities in the state convinced the Court that the law violated the constitutional rights of those who simply wanted get up close and personal to patients—to talk, as in, talk women out of having abortions.
The 2007 statute was challenged by 77-year-old Petitioner Eleanor McCullen of the anti-choice group Operation Rescue, and other anti-choice activists. Their federal lawsuit argued that the buffer zone impeded their ability to speak to women to try to convince them to have babies, not abortions.
Why accept the sins from one faith while defending the other faith.
From imprisonment to torture to beheadings, more Christians worldwide live in fear for their lives than at any time in the modern era.
That’s the message from Open Doors USA, which released its annual World Watch List on Jan. 7. Christian persecution reached historic levels in 2014, with approximately 100 million Christians around the world facing possible dire consequences for merely practicing their religion, according to the report.
If current trends persist, many believe 2015 could be even worse.
“In regions where Christians are being persecuted as central targets, the trends and issues we track are expanding,” said David Curry, president of Open Doors, a nonprofit that aids persecuted Christians in the most oppressive countries and ranks nations based on the severity of persecution
Yazidi Member of Iraqi Parliament collapses in tears after calling upon World to Rescue the Yazidis
"There is a collective attempt to exterminate the Yazidi people," she said.
"Similar to the fate of every other Iraqi, my people are being killed. The Shiites, Sunnis, Christians, Turkmen, Shabak people have been killed -- and now the Yazidi people are being killed."
Yazidis, among Iraq's smallest minorities, are of Kurdish descent, and their religion is considered a pre-Islamic sect that draws from Christianity, Judaism and Zoroastrianism.