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ሺህ የሚሆኑ ሙስሊሞች በግብጻውያን ክርስቲያን ወንድሞቻችን እና እህቶቻችን ላይ ጥቃት ለማድረስ ወደ ቤተ ክርስትያን ዘመቱ

Posted by addisethiopia on November 19, 2017

የጥቃቱ ዘመቻ በጣም አሰቃቂ ስለነበር ክርስቲያን ወገኖቻችን ራሳቸውን ለብዙ ሰዓታት በቤተክርስቲያን ውስጥ እንዲቆለፉ ተገደው ነበር። ጥፋታቸው ምንድን ነው?

ለአብርሃም፣ ይስሐቅና ያዕቆብ አምላክ፣ ለኢየሱስ ክርስቶስ ጸሎት በማድረሳቸው!

ይህ ካላሳሰብን፣ ካላንገሸገሸን፣ ካላስቆጣንና ስራችንን እንድንሠራ ክላደረግን በጭራሽ ክርስቲያኖች ልንባል አይገባንም።

ለተበዳዮቹ ክርስቲያኖች በመቆርቆር ፈንታ ለበዳዮቻቸው እስማኤላውያን እና ኤዶማውያን ፈጥነው የሚቆረቆሩት፡ የክርስቶስ ልጆች ሊባሉ አይገባቸው፤ የጸረክርስቶሱ መንፈስ አድሮባችዋልና።

እነ ንጉሥ ዳዊት እንዴት እንደናፈቁኝ!

ወገኖች፣ በግብፃውያን ክርስቲያኖች ላይ አደጋዎችና ጥቃቶች እየበዙ መጥተዋል፤ ፕሬዚደንት ሲሲም፡ በአባይ ሰበብ፡ በክርስቲያን ኢትዮጵያ ላይ በየሣምንቱ ዛቻቸውን ይሰነዝራሉ።

ሙስሊሞች በተለያዩ የግብጽ አካባቢዎች በክርስቲያኖች ላይ የሚፈጸሙትን ጭፍጨፋዎችና ግድያዎች እንዲሁም ወጣት ክርስቲያን ሴቶችን በግድ እያገቡ ማስለም እና ሌሎች የሰብዓዊ መብት ረገጣዎችን ከማንም ተቃውሞ ሳይገጥማቸው በመቀጠል ላይ ናቸው።

ክርስትያኖቹ ሰላማዊ እንቅልፍ በተኙበት ሰው መግደል ጀነት (ገነት) እንደሚያስገባ በተነገራቸው ሙስሊሙች በሰይፍ እየተሰየፉ ይገኛሉ

ይህን የመሰለ ዘግናኝ ድርጊት ለማድረግ ማሰብም ሆነ ድርጊቱን መፈፀም አስላማዊ ትምህርቱ ያመጣው ተፅህኖ መሆኑ እሙን ነው

4መቶ ዓመታ በፊት ታሪክ እንደሚያስረዳንአፄ ዳዊት ዘመነ መንግስት ኮፕቶች እንደ አሁኑ ጊዜ ስቃዩ በዝቶባቸው የክርስትያን መንግስት ለነበራት ለኢትዮጵያ መልዕክት ልከው ነበር በግብጽ ያሉ ሙስሊሞች እየበዙ ኃይላቸው እየጠነከረ ሲሔድ በእስክንድርያ ሚኖሩት ክርስቲያኖች ላይ ሥቃይ ያጸኑባቸው ጀመር ክርስቲያኖቹም አንድ ሆነው መክረው ለኢትዮጵያዊ ዓፄ ዳዊት እንዲህ የሚል መልዕክት ላኩ

ንጉሥ ሆይ! በዚህ በግብጽ ያሉ እስላሞች መከራ አጽንተውብናልና ኃይልህን አንሥተህ አስታግሥልን ብለው ጠየቁት

ዳግማዊ ዓፄ ዳዊትም ለመንፈሳዊ ኃይማኖት ቀንተው የክርስቶስ ፍቅር አስገድዶአቸው ፳ ሽህ ሠራዊት አስከትለው ወደ ግብፅ ዘመቱ በዚህ ጊዜ በግብፅ ያሉ ኃያላን ፈሩ ተሸበሩ ንጉሡ ዳግማዊ ዳዊትም እንዲህ የሚል መልዕክትና ማስጠንቀቂያ ለሙስሊሞቹ ላኩ

‹‹በተፈጥሮ ወንድሞቻችሁ ከሆኑት ክርስቲያኖች ጋር ካልታረቃችሁ ሀገራችሁን መጥቼ አጠፋዋለሁ››።

የንጉሡ መልዕክት ለሙስሊሞቹ እንደደረሳቸው ፈርተው እንደ ጥንቱ በየሃይማኖታቸው ፀንተው በሰላም እንዲኖሩ ከክርስቲያን ወንድሞቻቸው ጋር ታረቁ፡፡

መታረቃቸውን ዳግማዊ ዳዊት ሰሙ በዚህም ጉዳይ ንጉሡ በጣም ደስ አላቸው እገዚአብሔርንም አመሰገኑ በግብፅ የሚኖሩ ክርስቲያኖችም ከ፲፪ ሺህ ወቄት ወርቅ ጋር ደስታቸውን ለኢትዮጵያዊው ንጉሥ ለዳግማዊ ዳዊት በደብዳቤ አድርገው ላኩላቸው ንጉሡም የደስታውን ደብዳቤ ተመልከተው ደስ ኣላቸው ፤ ወርቁን ግን መልሰው በመላክ እንዲህ የሚል ደብዳቤ ፃፉ

‹‹በግብፅ የምትኖሩ የክርስቶስ ተከታዮች ሆይ እንኳን ደስ አላችሁ የላካችሁልኝን ፲፪ ሺህ ወቄት ወርቅ መልሼ ልኬላችኋለሁ የእኔ ዓላማ ወርቅ ፍለጋ አይደለም የክርስቶስ ፍቅር አስገድዶኝ ነው በተቻለኝ መጠን ችግራችሁን ሁሉ አስወገድኩላችሁ..››

ይህ ምንን ያሳየናል? የሚያሳየን፡ ቀደምት አባቶቻችን በክርስትና ላይ የሚደረግ ጥቃት ራስ ላይ እንደደረሰ አድርገው ቆጥረው በቻሉት መጠን ጦርም ሰብቀው ይሁን በሌላ መንገድ መፍትሄ እንደሚሹላቻ ነበር:: አሁን ግን ጊዜው የተገላቢጦሽ ሆነና የክርስትያኖች ደም ሲፈስ በአይናችን እያየን በጆሯችን እየሰማን እንዳላየን ማለፉን መርጠናል። በጣም ያሳዝናል!

እግዚአብሔር ለ ክርስቲያን ወንድሞቻችን እና እህቶቻችን መፅናናቱን ይስጣቸው!

Horror As 1,000-Strong Mob Attacks Church Forcing Christians To Lock Themselves Inside


CHRISTIANS were forced to lock the doors of their church for their own safety as a furious mob launched an attack on the building as tensions continue to soar in Egypt

More than 1,000 people gathered outside a recently-renovated Coptic church in Mina, Egypt, to intimidate and threaten those inside.

Police were called on October 26 and the doors of the Saint George Church, as well as the on-site children’s nursery, was bolted shut for defence.

Despite the aggression of the crowd, it was the Copts who were held responsible for the incident.

The heads of the Coptic congregation in the area were forced into attending a peace meeting, which aimed to stop the conflict between the group and the local Muslim community.

A source close to the church said: “Copts had to agree to the reconciliation that will be held this evening in the village hall. A written agreement was presented that indicated a framework of friendliness, love and brotherhood.

A reconciliation and waiver of all records between the two sides must be signed, including a ‘non-provoke crisis’ clause.”

The “non-provoke clause” is particularly controversial, with critics saying it backs up attempts to close down the Coptic churches by sinister means.

In the week leading up to the church re-opening, flyers were posted across the area with taunting messages apparently written by Coptic leaders.

One said: “We re-opened the church against your will!”

However local Coptic leaders say the messages were written by Muslims in an attempt to stir up anger at their church.

It is just the latest in a long list of incidents in which Copts in Egypt were threatened.

Last month four churches in Mina, including the re-furbished one, were closed after furious locals launched vicious attacks on worshippers, emboldened by a lack of police support.

The Coptic leader in the region said authorities were doing nothing to bring those responsible to justice.

Anba Macarius said: “Churches are closed, the Coptic Christians are being attacked and their property destroyed, and there is no deterrent.

The Copts always pay the price of this coexistence, not the aggressors.

The reactions of officials are disappointing, and when there is any dispute or an attack, the first alternative is to close the church and put pressure only on the Copts with impunity for the aggressors.”

The Coptic Orthodox Church is the largest Christian church in Egypt and the Middle East’s biggest Christian community with a history dating back nearly 2,000 years.

Coptic Christians, who make up about 10 per cent of Egypt’s 90 million people, have long complained of discrimination under successive Egyptian leaders.

Egypt has been named one of the most dangerous in the world for churchgoers, with Egypt’s Christian community increasingly insecure since ISIS spread through Iraq and Syria in 2014, ruthlessly targeting religious minorities.

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Can you imagine the outrage if it were the other way round.

Christians are the most persecuted group in the world. Even in the west, we are persecuted by the liberals. So much for tolerance and equality.

These are the people we should allow to come to the UK not the “others”

And still western Christian countries do nothing. We need to start supporting and protecting Christian minorities who are under threat by ‘others’.

The ‘others are getting support from the globalists who are driving the anti-Christianity uprising because as satanists that ‘other’ religion/cult is the nearest thing to it.

The ‘others’ are moslems, was that too difficult?

If you knew just how quickly Mr. Censor takes down my comments if I step even a cm over the line, you’d understand why I wrote ‘others’.

This Christmas Day should be declared as a national call to prayers for the Coptic church in Egypt by the Church of England and the Church of Scotland and others such as Methodists and Baptists. If ever there was a need or a reason for a joint statement on the Christian faith then this is the time. Comment please Archbishops, Pastors and Elders NOW – TODAY. Such vile attacks are not challenged enough by our churches here and our government has some of that blood on their hands for not speaking out and making this a priority. Christians and churches are being attacked here in Britain too and nothing is said or done. Christians are the most persecuted religious group in the world at this time and we need to speak up and speak out.

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A Fmous Egyptian Singer Faces Trial for ‘Provocative’ Nile Remarks

Posted by addisethiopia on November 15, 2017

A famous Egyptian singer faces trial for “spreading provocative publicity” after she suggested that drinking from the River Nile could make someone ill.

A lawsuit was filed after video emerged showing Sherine Abdel Wahab being asked at a concert last year to sing Mashrebtesh Men Nilha (Have You Drunk From The Nile?)

She responded by saying “drinking from the Nile will get me schistosomiasis” – a disease commonly known as bilharzia.

“Drink Evian, it’s better,” she added.

On Tuesday, the Egyptian Musicians Syndicate announced that it banned the 37 year old from performing over her “unjustified mockery of our dear Egypt”.

The union said it had opened an investigation and would not grant Abdel Wahab the necessary permits until she appeared before officials to answer questions.

Abdel Wahab later apologised for her “foolish joke” at the concert, which she said took place in the United Arab Emirates more than a year ago.

“My beloved country Egypt and sons of my country Egypt, I apologise to you with all my heart for any pain I may have caused you,” she added.

But on Wednesday, state newspaper al-Ahram reported that Abdel Wahab would face trial on 23 December at a Cairo misdemeanours court on the charge of “spreading provocative publicity”. A lawsuit accused her of insulting the Egyptian state and undermining efforts to produce tourism, it said.

State television would also no longer play her songs, according to al-Ahram.

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My Note: Actually, Egyptians should listen to her, and better beginn storing enough Evian water, perhaps, beneath the Pyramids, as they won’t be able to drink from the Ethiopian Nile soon.

[Isaiah 19:5-8]

The waters of the river will dry up,

and the riverbed will be parched and dry.

The canals will stink;

the streams of Egypt will dwindle and dry up.

The reeds and rushes will wither,

also the plants along the Nile,

at the mouth of the river.

Every sown field along the Nile

will become parched, will blow away and be no more.

The fishermen will groan and lament,

all who cast hooks into the Nile;

those who throw nets on the water

will pine away.

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The Five Most Fragile Countries…

Posted by addisethiopia on November 9, 2017

Exposed To Higher Interest Rates Are:

  • Egypt
  • Turkey
  • Pakistan
  • Qatar
  • Argentina

CREDIT ratings agency S&P Global has revealed its list of the five most vulnerable countries that will suffer under rising interest rates across the globe.

After around a decade of ultra-low interest rates around the world following the financial crash the tide is now turning and central banks are now either reviewing their policy of loose monetary policy or starting to cautiously raise rates in an attempt to head off any early signs of inflationary pressures.

S&P Global have now released what they dub the new “fragile five” – the countries that are most at risk of rising interest rates.

According to the agency the emerging markets of Turkey, Argentina, Pakistan, Egypt, and Qatar are likely to suffer the most as the cost of borrowing rises.

Moritz Kraemer, S&P Global’s managing director and sovereign global chief rating officer, said in a report on Monday, monetary conditions are “exceptionally accommodative” and, for some emerging markets, “the funding environment is now the most benign in living memory.”

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My Note: Anguish, pain, poverty and hardship, all inflicted, directely or indirectly on Ethiopians by five of the many nations across the continents. Life did let the nations of Egypt,Turkey,Pakistan,Qatar and Argentina (Italians) get away with their ignorance and stupdiity for a while, but sooner or later, they will pay the price.

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Christians Pelted With Rocks in Shocking Attack in Egypt and Europe

Posted by addisethiopia on November 4, 2017

Four Churches Forced To Shut in Egypt

FOUR churches have been forced to shut after Christian worshipers were pelted with rocks in a shocking series of attacks.

The coordinated attacks took place in the Egyptian region of Minya, south of Cairo, where church leaders are now pleading for support.

After keeping quiet for two weeks to help officials carry out investigations, Coptic Orthodox leaders have now spoken out and accused Egypt of treating Christian prayers “as a crime”.

They said they were forced to close four churches after furious locals launched vicious attacks on worshippers, emboldened by a lack of police support.

Terrified church leaders were forced to close one church for the safety of their congregations – something which then encouraged mobs to attack three others.

And authorities are doing nothing to bring those responsible to justice, the Coptic Orthodox leader in Minya said.

Anba Macarius said: “We stayed silent for two weeks after the closure of a church hoping that the officials would do the job they were assigned to do by the state.

However, this silence has led to something worse, as if prayer is a crime the Copts should be punished for. The Coptic Christians go to the neighbouring villages to perform their prayers.”

He said the initial closure of the Church of al-Azraa sparked three more incidents in nearby places of worship: at the church of Anba Mousa, the church of Abu Sayfen and the church of Mar Gerges.

Now Christians in the region were facing a level of oppression not seen for year, Mr Makarios said.

He said: “What happened within two weeks, hasn’t happen over years. Churches are closed, the Coptic Christians are being attacked and their property destroyed, and there is no deterrent.

The Copts always pay the price of this coexistence, not the aggressors.

The reactions of officials are disappointing, and when there is any dispute or an attack, the first alternative is to close the church and put pressure only on the Copts with impunity for the aggressors.”

Attacks on Christians in Egypt regularly worsen as festivals approach, with this year’s Easter celebrations subdued in an attempt to avoid an onslaught. GE

Last year Christians in the region told Express.co.uk they were afraid for their lives as the holy day approached.

One, who asked to remain anonymous, said: “Christians are considered as infidels, following a corrupt faith, reading a corrupt bible.

“A second aspect to consider is that much of the population is either illiterate or very poorly educated.

“They will blindly follow teaching of those who uphold the conception that Christians are infidels.”

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THE COPTS ALWAYS PAY THE PRICE OF THIS COEXISTENCE


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Egyptian Lawyer Says It Is a ‘National Duty’ for Men to Rape Girls Who Wear Ripped Jeans

Posted by addisethiopia on November 1, 2017

An Egyptian lawyer has sparked outrage after telling a national television audience it is his “patriotic and national duty” to harass and rape young girls who wear revealing clothes including ripped jeans.

Nabih al-Wahsh said women wearing clothing should be punished. He warned:

Are you happy when you see a girl walking down the street with half of her behind showing? I say that when a girl walks about like that, it is a patriotic duty to sexually harass her and a national duty to rape her.”

The shock remarks came in a panel show broadcast on Al-Assema during a debate over a draft law on prostitution and sparked outrage across the country. Egypt’s National Council for Women now plans to file a complaint against the lawyer and the TV channel.

The council also urged media outlets not to host controversial figures who make remarks that incite violence against women.

The furore follows last month’s revelation that Cairo is the world’s most dangerous megacity for women, and has become more perilous since the 2011 uprisings.

France 24 reports that Cairo came in last of 19 megacities for its ability to protect women from harassment and rape on its streets.

A study conducted by the Egyptian Centre for Women’s Rights in 2008 found that 83 percent of women said they’d been sexually harassed, many of them daily, and 62 percent of men admitted to harassing women; advocates believe the percentage of women harassed is significantly higher.

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Is Inbreeding the Reason for Muslim Insanity? Asks, Alex. Yes! Perhaps, one of the reasons; The main being Islam. Islam is a pseudo-religion which darkens the mind and the soul

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Coptic Orthodox Priest Stabbed To Death In Cairo

Posted by addisethiopia on October 14, 2017

Bishop Angaelos Laments ‘negligence And Injustice’

A Coptic Orthodox priest has been stabbed to death in Cairo, Egypt. The head of the Coptic Orthodox Church in the UK has decried what he said was the injustice surrounding the crime.

Father Samaan from Beni Suef in Upper Egypt was attacked and stabbed to death yesterday while walking down a street in Cairo. He had been in the area to collect humanitarian aid for his parishioners.

‘Another day in Egypt with another Coptic Christian murdered’, said His Grace Bishop Angaelos, the head of the UK Coptic Orthodox Church, in a statement yesterday detailing the attack.

‘Fr Samaan was paying a pastoral visit to a family in Cairo and returned to the church where he was earlier to collect his mobile phone. On the way, he was attacked by a knife-wielding assailant who chased him, stabbed him repeatedly, and then brutally killed him.’

Angaelos added: ‘This incident makes us once again ask so many questions. Why should a priest not be able to walk safely down a street, especially a suburban street in Cairo? Why should he be chased by a man brandishing a deadly weapon and have no one run to his aid; in actual fact, everyone was running away. Why, when he lay drenched in his own blood did the ambulance service not arrive for over an hour, and then not treat him?

‘Why, when the police finally arrived, and he lay dead, was a crime scene not secured and forensic evidence not collected to enable a robust and serious investigation? Why is his assailant immediately deemed mentally incapable without professional diagnosis, and why, if he is incapable, and a known violent criminal, is he left in the community with weapons within his reach?’

The attack comes after a year of successive terrorist attacks on Egypt’s Coptic Christian community, with church bombings, shootings and stabbings killing more than 100 since December 2016. ISIS, which has claimed most of the attacks as its own work, has publicly incited violence against Copts, who represent about 10 per cent of the majority Muslim country.

Bishop Angaelos said: ‘The immense pain of this incident and all that have preceded it…leads us to hold more strongly onto the words of our Lord God in Exodus 3:7: “I have surely seen the oppression of My people who are in Egypt, and have heard their cry…for I know their sorrows.” Coptic Christians who have endured injustice, persecution, and loss of life for centuries without retaliation, repeatedly forgiving unconditionally, deserve to live with respect and dignity in their indigenous homeland.

He added: ‘I am sure that I am not alone in my anger, but that it is shared by every law-abiding person of any belief and indeed of none, who has witnessed this vicious and inhumane attack. In the midst of this anger and this sadness however I continue to pray. I pray repose for Father Samaan, I pray for his family, I pray for his community. I pray for the wider Egyptian Christian community that feels more and more vulnerable and targeted daily against a backdrop of negligence and injustice. I pray for the wider Egyptian society, that becomes more and more discredited and compromised as these incidents continue to happen.

‘This anger is not void of forgiveness, but cries out for accountability and justice.’

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My Note: Nearly 15 million Christians live in Egypt out of a total population of nearly 104 million.

The murder of the Coptic priest adds to a string of crimes against the Christian community in Egypt in recent years. Last May, 28 Coptic Christians were murdered and 30 were wounded after masked assailants who disguised themselves as Egyptian security personnel attacked a bus of Christian pilgrims on its way to one of the monasteries south of Cairo. In April, over 44 Christian worshippers were killed in twin suicide bombings at two Christian churches during celebrations marking the first day of Easter.

The world is more interested in a scumbag’s perversion than in Christian pastor’s death. We can’t seem to get enough stories of the actions a fat ugly old man who preyed on women. Amazing to learn, though, how many female „superstars“ were througn in into the Harvey Weinstein volcano.

People’s interests in a diabolically evil men like Weinstein are a reflection of how low western societies succumbed to acceptance and decadence. What started in the 60’s has now become an unruly hedonistic world of people only interested in sexual perversion. All you have to do is listen to today’s music, watch TV, go to movies or observe today’s youth using words and dressing provocatively that used to be only for society’s small, exclusive subculture.

The Copts, the only real Egyptians, should leave Egypt and go to Ethiopia to replace the Muslims there.

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Dirty Menial Jobs Like Toilets Cleaning Reserved Only For Christians In Pakistan

Posted by addisethiopia on October 11, 2017

A recent advertisement publicized has once again fanned anger among the religious minorities in Pakistan as the advertisement for the posts of sanitary workers calls for non-Muslim candidates only. This discriminatory ad was publicized by the Sindh government.

The recent advertisement puts forth job opportunities for car mechanic, laborer, in charge of maintenance and cleaners. However the advertisement also goes on to call only non-Muslim candidates for the position of cleaners.

Pakistani Local Government Advertises for Garbage Collectors – Only “Non-Muslims” Need Apply

Selected Comments:

Barbarians want civilized people to clean up the barbarian’s trash. That’s all I see here…

Pakistan is in the running for worst country in the world, Saudi Arabia is right behind them.

In the West Muslims get free school, housing, food, and money.In Muslims countries Christians get to sift through Muslim crap.

This is typical in some Muslim countries. I spent some time in the MidEast and they didn’t like manual labor that is beneath them. When I was there they imported a lot of Filipinos to do this work. Another reason we need to keep them out! They do like welfare though in western countries. They look at it as a just deserve from their infidel servants.

Muslims use their left hand to wipe themselves, and their right hand for eating and shaking hands. so a muslim garbage picker would probably be required to use only his left hand on the job, and it would take longer and cost the employer more. infidels are not required to abide by islamic restrictions, so can do the job much faster.

Might as well hire non muslims. muslims don’t do anything other than sit around and expect infidels to take care of them. plus who wants a garbage guy who stops working 5 times a day to pray to a rock in arabia.

Look into research of people deprogrammed from cults. You’ll see a LOT of similarities.

Pakistan Christian Boy, 14, ‘beaten To Death By Police’ In Alleged Revenge Attack

Fifa Suspends Pakistan Football Federation As ‘its Offices, Accounts Remain In Court’s Control’

Egypt: The Zabbaleen Who Live In Garbage City, Are Coptic Christians | The Cave Church of Garbage City

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In Ramadan Massacre, Egyptian Christians Killed for Refusing to Renounce Their Faith in Jesus

Posted by addisethiopia on May 29, 2017

As more and more details emerge concerning Friday’s Ramadan attack on a busload of Christians on pilgrimage, the more it becomes evident that these 29 martyrs died solely because they were Christians.

Survivors of the attack said that the ten masked Islamic State militants did not merely open fire on the bus full of Christian pilgrims on their way to the Monastery of Saint Samuel the Confesor, but that the victims were made to descend from the bus and asked one by one whether they were Christians before being shot by the assailants.

According to one of the chaplains of the group, Father Rashed, as each pilgrim came off the bus they were asked to renounce their Christian faith and profess belief in Islam, but all of them—even the children—refused. Each was killed in cold blood with a gunshot to the head or the throat.

In a statement Friday, President Donald Trump said the “merciless slaughter of Christians in Egypt tears at our hearts and grieves our souls.”

Wherever innocent blood is spilled, a wound is inflicted upon humanity,” the statement said. “But this attack also steels our resolve to bring nations together for the righteous purpose of crushing the evil organizations of terror, and exposing their depraved, twisted, and thuggish ideology.”

The attack occurred in the midst of a three-month state of emergency period in Egypt following twin attacks on Coptic churches on Palm Sunday last month that killed some 46 Christians who were in church honoring the celebrations. The Islamic State claimed responsibility for those attacks as well.

On Saturday, the Islamic State claimed responsibility for Friday’s slaughter through its Amaq news agency.

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Selected Comments:

May their souls rest in peace in Heaven with God and Jesus. Ever one God, world without end.

Do not fear those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. But rather fear Him who is able to destroy both soul and body in hell., [MT 10:28]

May these admirable Brothers and Sisters in Christ, always be in the presence of the Master.

These are true Heaven-bound martyrs, and no Muslim will ever meet them again.

What bothers me is that the western world fails to recognize or won’t admit the fact that these people have been fighting a holy war against it for 2000 year

Has the MSM covered the part where one by one they (even the children) were executed for refusing to renounce Christ?

The MSM do not realize they worship Climate Change which they say is man made thus promoting man into the position of God. They are not covering the massacre of Christians as it goes against their humanistic faith. To me they are no better than the terrorists as they do nothing to but cover up the atrocities happening to Christians by not reporting on what is happening and supporting the Muslim causes as peaceful when that is not true.

As a son of Middle Eastern Jews who fled to the United States because of Islam, I cannot do anything else but sympathize strongly with Egypt’s Coptic Christians and other Middle East /North Africa Christians. Western leaders, especially in Europe are cowards. Ignoring the oppression of their co-coreligionists, and holding the door wide open for Islam. SHAMEFUL!

Having lived in Southern Africa for five yrs, I compare the behavior of the Muslims to two indigenous snakes of there: The black mamba and the puff adder, the first one is extremely aggressive and lethal (Like a Jihadi), you can’t outrun it because he can slither in the bush at 17mls x hr, the other can stay coiled for days at the time immobile, but walk by two feet of him and zap! you will be shortly dead. (peaceful Muslim)

To understand islam, one must realize that the “god” of islam, the fellow that the muslims call allah, is in reality none other than satan himself. Once you realize that it all falls into place.

It is well past time for men and women everywhere to call on the good people who are Muslims, and implore them to renounce the hideously evil ideology of islam.

Renounce this evil ideology once and for all.

The time for ‘tolerance’ is past.

The time for ‘understanding’ is over.

The time for ACTION is now.

Let no civilized person pretend anymore that he can be a member of a murderous death cult and be any different than the modern equivalent of something even worse than a WWII Nazi.

The time for all good people to renounce this great evil is at hand. And now is the time for any adherent of islam who claims to be a decent human being, to prove that by leaving islam and helping humanity to defeat this ideological Ebola called islam.

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Muslims Butcher 28 Christians While Thousands Of Christians Gather Together Declaring They Will Never Be Conquered By Islam’s Satanic Religion

Posted by addisethiopia on May 27, 2017

Christian Copts are the most stubborn Christians on earth. You will never find a Coptic Christian convert to Islam under duress. So how did the Christians of Egypt react when Muslim terrorists attacked a bus full of Christians killing twenty eight Christians traveling on the road to the St. Samuel Monastery in the Minya? In the Middle East and from ancient times, in a wedding they make this sound they call “Zaghareet” (Ululation):

Of course, the bodies are brought into the church at the sounds of women making these very sounds while mothers wail and the priests sing with joy. The Martyrs brought in the church then the procession is a joyous one. Copts show Muslims that their martyrs are in a wedding of a different type than Muslims having weddings with virgins with carnal joys. Here is how they present the bride of Christ:

And of course, the funeral for the Christian martyrs presenting them to Christ:

While some in the West might see these scenes as foreign to them, I remind; being made in God’s image and likeness means that we have within ourselves the creative nature of God. Copts bow to the martyrs. They make icons of them.

Yet I have people comment that icons and bowing are acts of worship.

I chuckle at such statements from people who are oblivious to the Bible. God creates, so we create and is why God required the Israelites to make 3-d icons of angels on the Ark and even Joshua bowed face down towards it:

Joshua and the elders of Israel tore their clothing in dismay, threw dust on their heads, and bowed face down to the ground before the Ark of the LORD until evening (Joshua 7:6).

If bowing was worship, why then when two angels approach Lot in the gateway of the city of Sodom, Lot sees them and he “bowed with his face to the ground.”

No objection from the angel. Why? Because you are supposed to bow.

When Abigal saw David, she quickly got off her donkey and bowed down before David with her face to the ground. She fell at his feet.”

And I ask; did Lot get rebuke from the angels? Did David rebuke Abigal?

NEVER.

Then the Lord opened Balaam’s eyes, and he saw the angel of the Lord standing in the road with his sword drawn. So he bowed low and fell facedown” (Numbers 22:31).

No rebuke.

I can show several examples.

There are even verses that speak of human statues and God ordered it (hint, its in Ezekiel’s temple).

This alone blows away all what the scoffers say. Every day I read poorly written comments and its sad.

But will these people heed? I guess not. Why? Because perhaps they are tares. A tare thinks its wheat. Us saying this diminishes our donations, but who cares.

People kiss the hand of the priest and the priest washed my feet.

Is that an act of worship? No.

May nations serve you and peoples bow down to you.” (Gen 27:29)

There are a ton of verses that debunk these claims:

The company of the prophets from Jericho, who were watching, said, ‘The spirit of Elijah is resting on Elisha.’ And they went to meet him and bowed to the ground before him.”

When Bathsheba went to King Solomon to speak to him for Adonijah, the king stood up to meet her, bowed down to her and sat down on his throne.”

So what say the tare? Are these so westernized that they lost the postures of respect, honor and duty?

Did they forget “blessed are the meek and humble at heart”?

The issue is not scripture, the issue is the lack of desire to search the scripture.

So likewise, all of these martyrs are icons of Christ, just like all of the martyrs of old who were depicted in Christendom’s paintings.

But in the West many object to having icons of martyrs. Where are the statues of the martyrs, where are the paintings of their contests, over which they conquered and for which they received their crowns of glory?

EVERYONE HAS ICONS. Why do we have statues of presidents, politicians, feminists and explorers, yet we do not dare inundate the society with the images that would reminds us of the most important thing? that is, the realization that we are not here for ourselves, that our “bodies are members of Christ” (1 Corinthians 6:15), that “you are not your own” (1 Corinthians 6:19), that we are given a destiny that breaks through the physical, the beautiful purpose to stand in the midst of this capricious world, as a beacon of order, as an exemplifier of harmony, as a living candle that shines with the unseen light that repulses the infernal spirits naked to the eye, and pulls in those whose souls are parched by the waves of the watery abyss, into the bright rays of the Holy Cross, so that we can say with the Gospel, “people who sat in darkness have seen a great light, And upon those who sat in the region and shadow of death Light has dawned.” (Matthew 4:16) It is that sublime purpose, to be an icon.

As icons, we fight the idols by creating beautiful art, art that teaches the Faith through wonder and majesty. Look to the Church, and you will see beautiful paintings and images of Crosses. Oh, how the devil’s hate such art, because they — with their immaculate imagery — instill in us a sense of Christian identity, and constantly remind us that we are in Christ, and are not to be dictated by the trends of this world. This is why the wicked and evil atheists and Muslims are always pushing for governments to censor any sort of Christian imagery and expression. They want us to be devoid of icons, to forget our hope, and to place our faith in idolatry of the self. I have heard people say that crosses, church bells, Christian paintings and statues, are idols.

But the hatred against the icons is the real idolatry. For to make a society devoid of Christian imagery, is to enable the enemy to replace the icons with true idols, with the worship of celebrities, of buildings, of politicians, of false prophets. Man, by his very nature, venerates. Take away the icons and he will venerate himself, he will venerate other men, he will venerate Mammon, he will venerate the devil. But restore the holy icons and you will see Christendom revive. The icons will be everywhere, and even the least religious person will see it and feel within himself a small measure of awe, enough to compel him to express his gratitude to the One Who died for Him. Embellish the earth with holy icons, and man will be reminded of what is sacred, man will come to contemplation, and with contemplation comes wonder and inspiration, and from this does the person know that he is but an icon himself, a window into Heaven, who is to shine so brightly that men will worship their Father in Heaven.

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Number TWO gone – he’ll face Martyred Christian Saints for the judgment. Hoping Kissinger and Soros are next to bite the dust.

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በሉሲፈራውያኑ ዘንድ ረመዳን የሽብር እና የግድያ ወር ነው | Gunmen Massacre Coptic Christians in Egypt, Killing at Least 26

Posted by addisethiopia on May 26, 2017

ክርስቲያን ወገኖቻችንን እየጨፈጨፏቸው ነው | በሉሲፈራውያኑ ዘንድ ረመዳን የሽብር እና የግድያ ወር ነው

እኛ ደግሞ ቅዱስ የሆኑትን የእግዚአብሔር በዓላትን፤ የክርስቶስ እርገትን እና ጰራቅሊጦስ (መንፈስ ቅዱስ) ወይም ጴንጤቆስጤን (በዓለ ሃምሳ) የምናከብርበት ዕለታት ናቸው። ሰይጣን በዚህ ደስ አይለውም፡ ልጆቹም ይከፋሉ፣ ክፉ የስጋ ገዳዮች ይሆናሉ፣ ዓይናችን እያየም ወደ ገሃነም እሳት አብረው ይገባሉ። ከየትኛው ወገን ነን?!

On May 22, Satan murdered 22 kids, today, on May 26, it massacred 26 Children of The Lord Egziabher

Satan’s month of blood sacrifice (Ramadan) has begun. Yesterday, it was Manchester and the Philippines, Today Cairo, and tomorrow all over Africa, Europe and Asia. Take note: the father of the Manchester bomber, Salman Abedi is named Ramadan Abedi.

Was Satan Jealous of President Trump that He Didn’t Come to Pegamon and Bow Down Before His Altar?

President Trump is in Europe, after visiting the seat of Satan in Saudi Barbaria, and the former President Obama is trolling Mr. Trump by traveling to Berlin and taking the idea of a shadow government to a new level. Imagine the uproar if the then President Obama was followed by ex-President Bush to meet European leaders in Europe. Of course, Mr. Obama was there at the Brandenburg Gate, near the Pergamon Museum – where ‘Satan’s Altar’ is on display – and at the very same spot where he was ‘anointed’ to become the president of the US, back in 2008.

In these days, we Christians celebrate two of the nine great feasts of the Church: yesterday, The Feast of the Ascension of our Lord God and Savior Jesus Christ, and on Sunday, The Feast of Pentecost or Parakletos.

Satan – which is always not far away from Holy People, Holy Places and Holy Days – doesn’t like that – therefore it trolls Christians wherever they go — it wants blood.

Gunmen Ramadan -a Month of Death and Terror | Gunmen Massacre Coptic Christians in Egypt, Killing at Least 26

The fate of the Coptic Christians of Egypt should serve as a warning to all those of other faiths who live alongside Muslims!!!

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