Our Struggle is Not Against Flesh and Blood
Posted by addisethiopia on January 11, 2015
“For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms.” [Ephesians 6:12]
- In the year 700, Ethiopia asked the then Christian powers of southern Europe (Eastern Roman Empire (Byzantium)) to help her fight against Arab Muslim invaders. But, they hesitated. By the time Ethiopians start attacking Arab shipping in the Red Sea. Arabs in turn were able to occupy Ethiopian seaports, conquer Christian North Africa and wipe out indigineous Coptic Christians.
- In the year 711, Arabs and Moors invaded Christian Spain.
- The Paris tragedy took place on the 7th of January, 2015 – On Ethiopian CHRISTMAS Day. The Charlie Hebdo shooters used AK-47 assault rifles: 4+7 = 11
- The Islamic terrorist attack in New York occurred on September 11, 2011 – Ethiopian NEW YEAR‘s Day
- On September 11, 1683 – Ethiopian New Year – the tide of the second wave of the Great Islamic Jihad turned and began to ebb in Vienna, Austria
Today is January 11, 2015
The barbaric act in Paris was not the first of its kind, this Christmas season. We’ve been hearing about Islamic murders and attacks against non-Muslims every other day, for decades, the whole year, December in particular. December and January are Holy months for Christians, yet this Christmas, we were forced to hear more about terror, suicide murders, Islam and Mohamed than about the Lord Jesus Christ. Four days before Ethiopians were about to celebrate Christmas, Sufi Muslims of Ethiopia celebrated the birthday of their prophet, called Mawlid. Mawild isn’t even celebrated in the birthplace of Mohamed, Saudi Arabia.
It today’s processions in Paris we see people holding placards reading ‘Je Suis Charlie’ (I am Charlie) showing their support for the victims of the terrorist attack at French newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Pay attention to the morphology of the ‘two’ french words, Je Suis Charlie. JESUIS is almost JESUS. The acronym for JeSuis Charlie is JC = JESUS CHRIST. If we take the first two letters from the first name of the runaway terrorist woman, Hayat Boumeddiene (is she pregnant?), and make a composition with the last name of the Jewish supermarket, “Hyper Casher“ – where her partner murdered 4 Jewish shoppers – we have (phonetically) the name HAGAR = mother of Ishmael, the wild donkey of a man.
We are at war, it is a spiritual war, and the gullible liberal secularists are losing it. The wicked media manipulates lots of things, as it tries to forget everything about the victims while portraying the barbaric terrorists and their theatrical supporters as victims. CNN’s Christiane Amanpour: Charlie Hebdo Murderers Were “Activists” During today’s Paris march against terror most TV camera lenses and microphones were given to the Muslim participants who come out, not out of conviction but out of fear and possible backclash. Many even seem to have joined the march to celebrate their “victory”. They brought with them flags and banners that contain the crescent moon and star, their Arabic, their Allah – a perfect setting to herald Islamic triumphalism. That’s what BBC & Co showed us today.
No surprise, when Islamic propagandists like the makers of Al-Jazeera prefer to use the hashtag, story below, #JeSuisAhmed to #JeSuisCharlie or #JeSuisJuif, as they don’t like to show solidarity with the beleaguered Jews of France. They seem to be allergic to Christ and a Jew.
Today in Paris, there were 5000 policemen out there in the streets to protect 1.5 million, marchers, whereas, last Thursday, there were 88.000 policemen hunting for 2 terrorists.
In the above video we hear the response of Egyptian cleric Mostafa Al-Adwy to the Charlie Hebdo terror attack in Paris. He said: “Even though the whole world is crying about what happened to them, we are happy, by Allah”
You ain’t seen nothing yet!
Do Western Media Experts Regret Mentoring and Babysitting Al-Jazeera & Co?
‘I AM NOT CHARLIE’: Leaked Newsroom E-mails Reveal Al Jazeera Fury over Global Support for Charlie Hebdo
As journalists worldwide reacted with universal revulsion at the massacre of some of their own by Islamic jihadists in Paris, Al Jazeera English editor and executive producer Salah-Aldeen Khadr sent out a staff-wide e-mail.
“Please accept this note in the spirit it is intended — to make our coverage the best it can be,” the London-based Khadr wrote Thursday, in the first of a series of internal e-mails leaked to National Review Online. “We are Al Jazeera!”
His denunciation of Charlie Hebdo’s publication of cartoons mocking the prophet Mohamed didn’t sit well with some Al Jazeera English employees.
Hours later, U.S.-based correspondent Tom Ackerman sent an email quoting a paragraph from a January 7 blog post by Ross Douthat. The New York Times’ Douthat (film critic for National Review) argued that cartoons like the ones that drove the radical Islamists to murder must be published “because the murderers cannot be allowed for a single moment to think that their strategy can succeed.”
That precipitated an angry backlash from the network’s Qatar-based correspondents, revealing in the process a deep cultural rift at a network at times accused of overt anti-Western bias.
The heated back-and-forth reflects Al Jazeera English’s precarious balance between its Arab center of gravity and the Western correspondents it employs. After being accused for years of fomenting anti-Western sentiment, most damningly by some of its own anchors, the network made a concerted effort to rebrand, hiring a slew of American and European reporters — especially those who had trouble getting jobs in their own domestic markets.
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“According to the purpose of times immemorial which he made in Christ Jesus our Lord: In whom we have freedom of speech and access with confidence by his faith.” [Ephesians 3: 11-12]