sharia swine Arab League

my ISRAELE ] io sono sconvolto dall'odio satanico e anticristiano che: 1. farisei massoni Talmud SpA Fmi NWO, LA USURA BANCARIA INTERNAZIONALE CHE HA RUBATO LA SOVRANITà MONETARIA AI POPOLI, CHE, PER QUESTO SONO STATI INDEBITATI E SONO STATI PRIVATI DELLA LORO SOVRANITà POLITICA. 2. Salafiti Corano Sharia Califfato mondiale, 3. la ideologia del GENDER che impone la virtù raccapricciante di ogni perversione sessuale, l'abominio dei sodomiti, 4. gli atei massoni, che si riconoscono per la teoria della evoluzione, così assurda e irrazionale da essere diventato un credo religioso dogmatico 5. ecc.. tutti loro hanno diffuso nel mondo, l'odio contro i santi di Dio: i martiri cristiani! QUANDO SI DICE CHE DIO JHWH è AMORE, SI DICE UN suo  specifico NOME: "AMORE", CHE è ANCHE, un fondamentale ATTRIBUTO DI DIO! ecco perché, chi odia o danneggia persone pacifiche, che, loro camminano sulla via della virtù, questi criminali seguaci del demonio non potranno mai entrare nel Regno di Dio! c'è una caratteristica fondamentale ed universale per i veri adoratori di Dio: "rinnegare le opere egoiste della carne: lussuria, avidità, sete di potere, e vivere per le esigenze dello spirito santo" tutti coloro che mettono a morte l'uomo carnale: bramoso di vizi e peccati, hanno un chiaro obiettivo spirituale, e sono uomini spirituali che vivono per glorificare l'amore di Dio! Al di fuori di questa logica nessuno potrà salvare se stesso dal fuoco dell'inferno! Anche perché, soltanto la amicizia personale con Dio (Giustizia, Verità Amore universale fatte azione politica) è salvifica, infatti nessuna pratica religiosa(tradizioni, culto) può essere salvifica. La mancanza di amore universale, e di giustizia operativa (ogni uomo è mio fratello, ogni vita è sacra), svuota di ogni significato salvifico qualsiasi cosa!


my ISRAELE ] circa la galassia jihadista, tutti possono osservare l'ovvio: cioè, la Galassia Jihadista sharia, essa fa gli interessi imperialistici e geopolitici della LEGA ARABA sharia, IL PEGGIORE NAZISMO DELLA STORIA. Quindi è soltanto una truffa l'impegno della Comunità internazionale per contrastare il terrorismo islamico! Coloro che non condannano il nazismo omicida della sharia nella LEGA ARABA, sono di fatto i complici e i diffusori della galassia jihadista, che ha strutture, finanziamenti, logistica internazionale islamica, che soltanto le Nazioni complici possono offrire loro! Questa congiura: USA Saudita Turca, finirà necessariamente in tragedia! Sono loro che in Siria ed IRaq a vario titolo hanno portato i ribelli, che hanno la ideologia del genocidio di ogni diversità del credo sunnita wahhabita! ecco perché ogni islamico è un terrorista! E LA SPREGIUDICATEZZA CRIMINALE DI QUESTA POLITICA A GUIDA SAUDITA, OCI ONU LEGA ARABA, è COSì SPREGIUDICATA CHE STA METTENDO IN PERICOLO LA SOPRAVVIVENZA DI UNA RELIGIONE POTENZIALMENTE POSITIVA COME L'ISLAM A LIVELLO MONDIALE. perché sono gli islamici che hanno deciso di fare dell'Islam un satanismo senza speranza di redenzione! ECCO PERCHé PRESTO CI TROVEREMO DI FRONTE AD UN BIVIO: "O LA VITA DELL'ISLAM" OPPURE "LA VITA DI TUTTO IL GENERE UMANO!"

TSIPRAS? MEGLIO PER LUI CHE NON FOSSE MAI NATO! LUI HA TRADITO LA SOVRANITà COSTITUZIONALE, TUTTO QUELLO CHE DI PIù SACRO SI POTEVA TRADIRE!

ABU ANTAR (sciita agente segreto, che ha fatto l'amico con i sacerdoti di satana e il mio nemico) mi calunniò dicendo: "Unius Rei for happy shabbos goyim‏!" ] risposta [ no! io sono soltanto me stesso! IO SONO IL NEMICO DI OGNI GEOPOLITICA E DI OGNI IMPERIALISMO, CHI ASCOLTA LA MIA VOCE VIVRà FELICE, E POTRà RIOTTENERE LA SUA PROSPERITà, E LA SUA LIBERTà POLITICA, COSì SARà IN TUTTO IL MONDO, PERCHé IO SONO UN UOMO SOVRANAMENTE LIBERO: IO SONO UNIUS REI SUL MONDO! IO NON POSSO SOFFOCARE IL SANGUE INNOCENTE! MENTRE L'IPOCRITA E IL BUGIARDO SONO GLI ASSASSINI!

si! in effetti i tiranni musulmani come Assad, Saddam e Gheddafi, impedivano alla internazionale islamica saudita, il terrorismo galassia jihadista, di potersi espandere! LA RESPONSABILITà DI TUTTO QUESTO DISASTRO è CONSAPEVOLMENTE UNA RESPONSABILITà USA!
per colpa loro ora, Islam signifie soumission to terrorism sharia

http://www.worldwatchmonitor.org/ [all criminal too sharia, swine sexual predators pedophiles, rapists, imperialism, of Arab League, for worldwide caliphate,saudi arabia salafis, islamists, wahhabis, for dhimmi slavers] Insight: Boko Haram, taking to hills, seize slave 'brides'
By Joe Brock. ABUJA Sun Nov 17, 2013 8:06am EST. Hajja, 19, who was kidnapped by al Qaeda-linked Islamist group Boko Haram, poses for a picture after an interview with Reuters in Abuja November 6, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Brock. Hajja, 19, who was kidnapped by al Qaeda-linked Islamist group Boko Haram, poses for a picture after an interview with Reuters in Abuja November 6, 2013. (Reuters) - In the gloom of a hilltop cave in Nigeria where she was held captive, Hajja had a knife pressed to her throat by a man who gave her a choice - convert to Islam or die.
Two gunmen from Boko Haram had seized the Christian teenager in July as she picked corn near her village in the Gwoza hills, a remote part of northeastern Nigeria where a six-month-old government offensive is struggling to contain an insurgency by the al Qaeda-linked Islamist group.
In a new development, Boko Haram is abducting Christian women whom it converts to Islam on pain of death and then forces into "marriage" with fighters - a tactic that recalls Joseph Kony's Lord's Resistance Army in the jungles of Uganda. The three months Hajja spent as the slave of a 14-strong guerrilla unit, cooking and cleaning for them before she escaped, give a rare glimpse into how the Islamists have changed tack in the face of Nigerian military pressure. "I can't sleep when I think of being there," the 19-year-old told Reuters, recounting forced mountain marches, rebel intelligence gathering - and watching her captors slit the throats of prisoners Hajja had helped lure into a trap. Nigerian security officials say the Islamists have pulled back after army assaults since May on their bases on the semi-desert plain and are now sheltering in the Mandara mountains, along the Cameroon border around the city of Gwoza. From the hills they have been launching increasingly deadly attacks. The rugged mountain terrain - as fellow al Qaeda allies found in Afghanistan - has proven an advantageous base for a movement that once styled itself the "Nigerian Taliban" and sees all non-Muslims as infidels who must convert or be killed. The United States designated Boko Haram a terrorist group on Wednesday. Western governments are increasingly concerned about the wider threat posed by the group, which wants to create an Islamic state in a religiously mixed country of 170 million and which has ties with al Qaeda's north African wing. Hajja's account of how Boko Haram has adapted and survived in recent months underlines the difficulties governments in the region face. The spread of the threat was underscored by the kidnap on Thursday of a French priest in Cameroon, an attack France believes may have involved Boko Haram. The following day, Nigerian troops raided a base for the group in the Gwoza hills. The army said it killed 29 Boko Haram fighters and was "closing in" on the rebels. FORCED TO CONVERT. The group, whose name broadly translates as "Western education is sinful", has killed thousands during a four-year insurgency against the Nigerian state, targeting the police and armed forces as well as politicians and then turning on Christians in the predominantly Muslim north of the country. The military offensive launched in mid-May, and the fact that large numbers of civilian vigilantes have supported it, has triggered a fierce backlash against local people by Boko Haram. The militants have killed hundreds in the past few weeks, including in massacres of school children. The Islamists dragged Hajja along rocky mountain paths and slept in caves in the hills, a landscape unfamiliar to most Nigerian soldiers, recruited from the plains. She ceremonially converted to Islam, cooked for the men, carried ammunition during an attack on a police outpost and was about to be married to one of the insurgents before she managed to engineer a dramatic escape. She says she was not raped. "If I cried, they beat me. If I spoke, they beat me. They told me I must become a Muslim but I refused again and again," Hajja told Reuters in an interview. Her family name is withheld to protect relatives still living in the Gwoza area. "They were about to slaughter me and one of them begged me not to resist and just before I had my throat slit I relented. They put a veil on me and made me read from the Koran," she said in the Nigerian capital, Abuja, where she is now living. At least a dozen teenagers like her remain in captivity, Michael Yohanna, a councilor in Gwoza's local government told Reuters. Some have married commanders, recalling Kony's LRA, which abducted thousands of "wives" in a 20-year war in Uganda before a truce in 1986. Kony remains a fugitive. A man called Ibrahim Tada Nglayike led the group Hajja was with. On one mission, Hajja was sent to stand in a field near a village to attract the attention of civilians working with the army. When five men approached her, they were ambushed. "They took them back to a cave and tied them up. They cut their throats, one at a time," Hajja said. "I thought my heart would burst out of my chest, because I was the bait." Among those who did the killing was the Muslim wife of the leader Nglayike, the only other woman in the band of fighters. reuters verified Hajja's account of having been abducted with independent figures in the region. Boko Haram shuns the media and none of its members could be contacted for comment. Hajja says the long-bearded insurgents lived a basic lifestyle, eating corn, millet and occasionally meat from animals they stole and which she slaughtered. The group, armed with AK-47 rifles and pistols stolen from police they killed, moved every day around the hills to avoid being tracked by the army and slept in the caves to shelter from the cold and for protection against air assaults. "They didn't use phones but they had a radio," Hajja said. "They would listen to BBC Hausa or Voice of America and jump and shout if they heard about Boko Haram attacks." "TOOTHPASTE EFFECT" . Forced out of cities and semi-desert bases since Jonathan declared a state of emergency in May, the militants have mostly retreated to hills and forests on the Cameroon border. "It's the toothpaste effect: squeeze one end and it comes out the other. They have proven resilient and are adapting faster than the military," a Nigerian security source said. Army commanders denied Boko Haram had any control over the Gwoza mountains: "We are curtailing their activities and I can assure you that ... the insurgency will soon be a thing of the past," Lieutenant Colonel Adamu Garba Laka said. But a Nigerian general asked Cameroon this month for help in fighting Boko Haram, and the backlash against civilians has made the conflict deadlier than ever. According to one security source, in the five months after Jonathan declared a state of emergency in the northeast there were 1,708 deaths in 83 violent clashes, compared with 667 deaths from 117 incidents in the previous five months. Pushing the conflict into poor rural regions, like Gwoza, where Hajja was seized, runs the risk of radicalizing more disenchanted youths and drawing more people into the violence. "Gwoza has disintegrated. We have no schools, no hospitals, no government offices functioning," said councilor Yohanna. "I worry that youths will take the law into their own hands. It will become a war between Christians and Muslims." Insurgents moved freely through the hills and even into the town of Gwoza, Hajja said. Fighters made trips to collect cash, ammunition and weapons from the Sambisa Game Reserve, a forested region where Boko Haram has established camps. Informants, mostly farmers, would warn them of approaching army patrols, Hajja said, adding that the rebels also appeared to have sympathetic contacts among the troops - something Nigerian military commanders deny. "They know the area very well and many people help them because they are afraid or support their cause," Hajja said. On once occasion, Boko Haram commanders were able travel from Maiduguri, the state capital on the plain north of Gwoza, to meet the guerrilla group in the hills. Hajja said her unit carried out dozens of attacks, killing police and anyone suspected of aiding authorities. The longer the insurgency goes on, President Goodluck Jonathan, a southern Christian, will come under increasing criticism from his northern opponents as elections in early 2015 draw closer. He risks growing resentment from a northern population who believe he is out of touch with their troubles. It is also becoming a drain on Africa's second largest economy - Nigeria allocates a fifth of its budget for security. Hajja eventually escaped by feigning severe stomach pains. Thinking her too ill to flee, the insurgents sent her to hospital escorted only by an older woman. Once she was among other people, Hajja threatened to denounce the group to police, prompting the woman to abandon her and flee. "I finally tore off the veil and I cried," Hajja said. "So many times I thought I'd die."(Additional reporting by Isaac Abrak in Abuja and Ibrahim Mshelizza and Lanre Ola in Maiduguri; Editing by Tim Cocks and Alastair Macdonald). Catching Our Eye. This is the place where we post news updates, quick takes, and links to items of interest around the web. Bookmark this page and visit regularly to see what's Catching Our Eye. Iranians released two weeks early. Two Iranian Christians have been released from jail two weeks before the end of their sentences. Farhad Sabokrouh, pastor of the Assemblies of God Church in Ahwaz, and Naser Zamen-Dezfuli, were released on December 4, seven months after their incarceration for converting from Islam to Christianity, proselytising Muslims, and propagating against the Islamic regime through evangelism. Source: Mohabat News. Séléka attacks hospital in CAR. séléka forces attacked a hospital in the Central African Republic capital of Bangui on Friday, killing at least a dozen patients, Al Jazeera reports. Gunmen pulled patients from the hospital and shot them. The hospital has been abandoned. The attack occurred as additional French forces began deploying throughout the northwest sector of the country, as authorised by the United Nations Security Council vote on Thursday. 30,000 Eritreans abducted in five years. Around 30,000 Eritreans have been abducted since 2007 and taken to Egypt's Sinai, where they face torture and ransom demands, according to a study presented to the European Parliament. The study, conducted by an Eritrean human rights activist and professors from a Dutch University, says more than $600m has been accrued from families in ransom payments. "[The hostages] are chained together without toilets or washing facilities and dehydrated, starved and deprived of sleep," the report says. "They are subject to threats of death and organ harvesting... Those who attempt to escape are severely tortured."
Source: BBC. Sharia law enforced in Libya. Libya has voted to make sharia law the basis of all legislation. Two years after the NATO-backed uprising that ousted Muammar Gaddafi, Libya is still in messy transition with no new constitution and its temporary assembly caught in deadlock between an Islamist party and political rivals. As in Tunisia and Egypt where autocratic leaders were ousted in the Arab Spring revolts, Libya has seen fierce debate over the role of Islam in its new democracy with the rise of hardline Islamists long oppressed by Gaddafi. "Islamic law is the source of legislation in Libya," the General National Congress said in a statement after the vote on Wednesday (Dec. 4). "All state institutions need to comply with this." Source: Reuters. Egypt's draft constitution explained. Egypt's Constituent Assembly declared on Monday that the draft of the country's proposed new constitution is ready for public review. A popular vote is intended within 30 days of Monday's release. What's in it? The Washington, D.C.-based Atlantic Council has published a close study of the document, including a detailed examination of changes affecting religious freedom. In the draft, Islam remains the official state religion, and the principles of Sharia remain "the primary source of legislation", though the document no longer contains language that defines those principles and instead leaves the matter to the courts. Catching Our Eye. This is the place where we post news updates, quick takes, and links to items of interest around the web. Bookmark this page and visit regularly to see what's Catching Our Eye. Peace efforts in Tanzania 'useless'. Christian leaders in Tanzania have said peace efforts between Christians and Muslims in the country have proved useless after the recent burning of two churches. The torching of a Lutheran church in Korogwe and Evangelical Assemblies of God church in Kalalani have caused the union of church denominations in the Tanga region, in northeastern Tanzania, to reject the government's peace platform, which requires Muslim and Christian leaders to discuss various religious issues, and to petition for something more effective. "The situation these days is not good," said Dr Jothan Mwakimage, a bishop, who chaired the Christian group. "We need to come up with another peace committee to be set by ourselves because the government platform has failed to deal with the matter." Chairperson of the defence and security committee, Chiku Gallawa, added: "Peace is important to all the people, regardless of their faith. Therefore, all of us must be responsible for ensuring that the peace we have prevails for the benefit of the present and future generations of this nation." Source: Tanzania Daily News. Terrorist link to torched churches. Russia's Tatarstan Republic is offering 1 million rubles ($30,000) for information relating to the recent torching of several Orthodox churches in the region. Four Orthodox churches were set on fire in the predominantly Muslim Republic in November and explosives were found in the city of Tuban Kama and the Aleksei district, reports Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. Investigators classified the attacks as vandalism and arson, but Tatarstan's prosecutor-general insisted they should be investigated as terrorism. Seven Orthodox churches have been burnt down in the past six months. The Central Spiritual Board of Russian Muslims has condemned the arson attacks, saying: "There is no doubt that such action is an attempt to stir up sectarian discord and ethnic hatred". Satellite evidence of CAR destruction. Human Rights Watch has released satellite images of the destruction caused during a recent attack on the village of Camp Bangui in the Central African Republic.
The images, recorded on the morning of November 23, show half the village burnt to the ground.
The New York-based rights organisation said it has collected detailed satellite evidence of arson attacks on 15 additional villages and towns across the Central African Republic.
The UN is preparing to send a peacekeeping force to the lawless country, after months of violence since the deposition of former president Francois Bozizé in March. Sudan 'tramples' on its people's rights. The chairman of the US Commission on International Religious Freedom, Robert George, says Sudan is continuing to fail to adhere to international religious freedom standards.
Through the imposition of Sharia law, George writes in the Washington Times that Sudan is a particularly difficult place for non-Muslims and for women. "The regime... continues to trample on the fundamental rights of its own people, including the right to freedom of religion or belief," he writes. Christians 'held' in Syrian town. Following a reported Islamist invasion on the town of Deir Atieh in Syria, north of Damascus, Fides reports that Christians are being prevented from leaving.
"The militiamen examine the identification documents of those who intend to leave the city and retain those who have Christian names," states Fides. ASIA/SYRIA - The village of Deir Atieh invaded by Islamists: Christians identified and detained. Damascus - Militants of Islamist factions have invaded the town of Deir Atieh, north of Damascus, spreading terror, death and destruction. As Fides sources in the Greek Orthodox Church report, the attack took place on 22 November. The militants entered the municipal hospital and took hostage the sick. The museum of Deir Atieh that welcomed thousands of works and precious archaeological finds was devastated. Mosques and churches were hit and damaged. Numerous homes were looted and civilians captured and used as human shields. The situation is particularly worrying for Christians. The population, about 25 thousand people, have begun to flee. The militiamen examine the identification documents of those who intend to leave the city and retain those who have Christian names. To be able to leave the village, a Greek Orthodox priest had to say he was married and present himself with a woman: he was allowed to go just because he had an Arab name and had no ancestry or Christian reference.Fr. F.H., who in a note sent to Fides requested anonymity for security reasons, pleads the international community and the Holy See to mobilize in order to arrange for the release of the hostages and save the village of Deir Atieh. It is not clear, notes the source of Fides, what prompted the armed gangs to penetrate the village. Even hundreds of people from Qara, another Syrian village in the mountains of Qalamoun, 90 km from Damascus had found refuge. In recent weeks, Qara had been attacked by Islamist fighters from the city of Arzal. Among the refugees of Qara, who moved to Deir Atieh, there is also the Greek-Catholic priest Father George Luis and all his parishioners.
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Vatican rejects M.E without Christians. Pope Francis says the Vatican "will not resign itself to a Middle East without Christians". In the wake of reports of millions of Christians fleeing the region, Pope Francis said he was concerned by "the situation of Christians, who suffer in a particularly severe way the consequences of tensions and conflicts in many parts of the Middle East".
But he said he would not rest "while there are still men and women of any religion... whose future is stolen and are forced to become refugees". Source: BBC. Burma on the road to religious freedom. Burma is moving towards greater interfaith freedom of expression, but challenges remain, according to Christian Solidarity Worldwide's Benedict Rogers, writing for the Wall Street Journal. Rogers notes that, while the country has made great strides in recent years, there is an ongoing threat of ethnic and religious violence. However, he states that "the prospect of guns falling silent across Burma for the first time in over 65 years may be closer than ever".