North Korea & Saudi Arabia

North Korea , officially the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK; Chosŏn'gŭl: ), is a country in East Asia, occupying the northern half of the Korean Peninsula. Saudi Arabia (' or incorrectly ', officially known as the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia , commonly known as Saudi Arabia (in American English as   or in British English as ) is the largest state in Western Asia by land area, constituting the bulk of the Arabian Peninsula, and the second-largest in the Arab world, after Algeria. 5.0/5

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May one suggest they all move to North Korea, Saudi Arabia, there they would appreciate & learn how lovely democracy is
Interesting to see Bush added Saudi Arabia and Egypt in there as well as North Korea...
Trump should allow Planned Parenthood to leave the United States to say Iran, North Korea, and Saudi Arabia to sell baby parts there!
for America is worse than Saudi Arabia and North Korea, no joke!
It looks like the free world wants Trump. North Korea, Iran, & Saudi Arabia want Hillary. Is that what you want our countr…
.. please travel to North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, and see how those people live... Then come back & you will understand
North Korea has two more medals then countries like India, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Chile, and Norway.
Turkey is on a parity with Iran, Saudi Arabia, North Korea and Russia when talking "Democracy!" Autocracy?
China, North Korea, and Saudi Arabia are all among the 20 worst states for press freedom-
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Syria, Somalia, North Korea, Sudan, Saudi Arabia have the worst aggregate scores for political rights & civil liberties -…
Saudi Arabia vs N. Korea 3-3. If Thailand can beat North Korea while Saudis don't win vs Japan, Thailand would be in th…
Our government freely condemn Iraq and North Korea so why are they so deferential to Saudi Arabia? The answer is,... http…
This knee-jerk OVER reaction is pathetic. This is the the type of censorship they have in Saudi Arabia, North Korea & China. SMDH
It's not North Korea, and it's not Saudi Arabia. This is the brutal dictatorship the world keeps ignoring
Y'know, us (US), Iran, China, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, North Korea -- all the bastions of Human Rights...
I don't completely agree with this, and worse, it does not posit solutions, yet it is a convincing illustration of the recent turnabout of the Obama Administration in the face of current events. I wonder whether he will get a serious lection from the new 70 year King of Saudi Arabia. Would love to be a fly on that wall. Obama, the Shiite, Goes to Riyadh Roger L. Simon Remember how Richard Nixon told us to watch what he does, not what he says? Good advice. Well, Barack Obama — our POTUS who makes Nixon and Clinton seem like Diogenes — thinks like a postmodern agnostic, professes to be a Christian, but acts like a Shiite. During Obama’s presidency the influence of Ayatollah Khamenei’s Iranian Shiite regime has spread across the world like the proverbial wildfire, reaching from North Africa into Iraq, Lebanon (via Hezbollah), Syria (via Assad whose red line on chemical weapons famously faded into invisibility), Gaza (via improved relations with Hamas) and now into Yemen (via the Houthis) and undoub . ...
North Korea fans VS Saudi Arabia They have said: North Korea still number 1, in spite of they have lost 4 1.
FUN FACTS: - It's physically impossible to lick your elbow. - After death, a person's finger nails and hair can still grow - Only two countries in the world are not allowed to sell Coca-Cola officially: North Korea and Cuba. - It's physically impossible for pigs to look up to the sky - Hong Kong is the only city name that can be pronounced without moving the tongue. - Women cry on average between 30 and 64 times a year, while men cry between 6 and 17 times. - The richest black woman in the world isn't Oprah, it's a Nigerian philanthropist/oil tycoon named Folorunsho Alakija - 98% of the human DNA are the same as those of a monkey - If you pay Prince Waleed of Saudi Arabia $1000, he will let you touch his Mercedes SL-600 made out of diamonds. (Lol) - If you don't like/share these fun facts, a lot of your friends won't see it, so don't be selfish Evening
CIA Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) on Torture Techniques may be sold to North Korea, Israel, Egypt and Saudi Arabia to generate income.
In 2013, the countries with the highest number of executions were China, Iran, Iraq, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, USA and Somalia. Explains why many Americans consider torture okay.
Rank Insiders by Matt Riley The senior FIFA rank showed very strong correlations between their positions and the progress made by their Under 23 sides in the Asian Games, with two glorious anomalies. Between them they have played one competitive international in the past ten months: ladies and gentlemen, I give you North Korea and Thailand. Top AFC ranked Iran didn't make the Asian Games last sixteen but second, third and fourth placed Japan, Uzbekistan and Korea did. Iran's world FIFA rank of forty four is highly impressive but so are the other fifty eight, sixty three and sixty nine respectively. These are numbers that Thailand hasn't seen for over a decade. The tournament continued to go to form with the qualification of AFC ranked seven Jordan, eighth Saudi Arabia and tenth-placed Iraq. The gap is Australia, a country that adopts the same policy towards the AFC that the UK adopts to Europe. Eleventh placed Qatar didn't enter a team, but the next two down in China and Palestine safely navigated the gr ...
[tbs 정오뉴스] ▶(Report) Men's, Women's Football Tourneys Of Asian Games To Start This Weekend Vying for its first Asiad gold in men's football since 1986, when the competition was held in Seoul, the Korea's 20-man squad will face off against Malaysia at 5 PM on Sunday. The team sits in Group A with Malaysia, Saudi Arabia and Laos, with the top two from the group advancing to the round of 16. Korea will field three members of its World Cup team, goalie Kim Seung-gyu and striker Kim Shin-wook, while star-striker Son Heung-min will not be taking part, as his club, Germany's Bayer Leverkusen, announced earlier that it would not release him. The national women's team meanwhile, will face off against Thailand on Sunday at 8 PM, with its sight set on winning its first ever Asian Games gold. The squad has drawn Thailand, India and the Maldives in Group A, and will be without two key players. Ji So-yun, the country's premier striker, will join Korea from the quarterfinals on, should the host get there, sin ...
Today in activity with friends, North Korean and Columbia, Brazil, Saudi Arabia
I watched on pbs, about north Korea! They're Koreans risking their lives to watch the kardashians! That's messed up on so many levels! Its against the law to watch foreign films! Democracy is started from free thinking! I thought Saudi Arabia was bad!
Years ago I started to do a study on how many Nations on earth have nuclear power and capabilities. The one story that blows my mind is how 36 brief cases left Russia packed with weapons grade material and even today not been recovered since the cold war. It means we need to ensure our borders are secure and the Federal Government needs to act not play games because Terrorist from foreign countries do not play games. The country of Pakistan in my opinion is the most evil because their scientist sold the Nuclear capabilities to North Korea. At one time there were only a few handful countries that had nuclear power and possessed Nuclear arms. This is the fastest growing threat in the world today. Countries want nuclear weapons not just to defend their base but also to use to black male their neighbors like in North Korea. The country that surprised myself was the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has acquired nuclear arms. It only takes one evil person from a Third World rogue Nation that can start a Nuclear attack o ...
Decided for absolutely no reason to list 5 places I'd like to visit: - Saudi Arabia - Egypt - North Korea - Antarctica - Patagonia What about you?
My phone just rang: Caller: "Is this Nate Thayer?" Me: "Who is calling please? (one has to weed out the bill collectors, lawyers, and law enforcement when an incoming phone conversation starts this way) Caller: "My name is John. I am a screenwriter and want to do a film in North Korea." Me: "Yes this is Nate." Caller: "I am looking for advice on how to film Kim Jong Un in North Korea." Me: " Well, I don't know if I am the right person to ask, but if I can be helpful, I will try." Caller: "Well I need a bargaining chip. Do I just offer them a large amount of cash and they will let me film Kim Jong Un?" Me (now proceeding cautiously): "No, I would scrap that approach from the start. The North Koreans need to know why allowing you in to film will serve their national or ideological interests. You need to give them a good reason why they should say yes. They really don't like to be lied to or bullied. As far as I know, there has only been one person who has filmed Kim Jong Un since he came to power." Caller: ...
Sitting here watching the world at war on the internet. It is such a shame that our Media here in USA doesn't really want any of us knowing what is really going on in Syria, Iraq, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Ukrane, Russia, China, Japan, North Korea, All of Northern Africa, Brazil, Venezuela, Mexico and Vietnam. All started or inspired or promoted or instigated or condoned by US. So sad to the World and Earth.
The List is out:- the worst places to be a Christian in order: North Korea, Sudan, Eritrea, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, Somalia, Iraq...please discuss considering that Sudan, Eritrea and Somalia are in the East Central African Division..
The downgrade puts Thailand on a par with countries like North Korea, Saudi Arabia, & Iran.
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Hello. My new book, A Grim Detail is in stock and ready to go. The book covers my travels and work from the years of 2009 and 2010. In that time period, I went all over the world for shows and exploration. North Korea, Mongolia, South Sudan and Saudi Arabia are just a few of the destinations. Read more & get your copy here:
Only if you discount Iraq, Afghanistan, Myanmar, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Egypt, Libya, North Korea...shall I go on?
The U.S. State Department has a list of countries which impose strict penalties on Christians or other faiths. The eight worst for Christians are: Sudan, Myanmar (also known as Burma), China, Eritrea, Iran, North Korea, Saudi Arabia and Uzbekistan. Also, Christians are considered the most likely to be persecuted worldwide, according to a 2014 report by the Pew Research Center. Please lift up your prayers for those who are persecuted for their faith in Jesus and the families of those who were martyred. Some of those families are actually Muslim families who have had a relative imprisoned and/or killed because of conversion to Christianity.
Today's Missions News: Christians are under siege in the Middle East, and the Obama Administration is not doing enough to stop religious persecution by its allies, according to a new report from a bipartisan federal commission. The report, from the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom, faulted usual suspects Iran, Saudi Arabia and Pakistan, as well as North Korea. The number of Christians in the Middle East has plunged to just 10 percent of the overall population from more than 25 percent in 2011. "While the Obama Administration should continue to shine a spotlight on abuses through public statements, it also should impose targeted sanctions to demonstrate that there are consequences, too," Dwight Bashir, the commission's deputy director of policy and research, told FoxNews.com. "By not utilizing an existing legislative tool, the United States risks sending the message that it prefers a nuclear deal to standing up for the rights of the Iranian people. The United States should not b ...
Nations that have executed people for five years straight: Bangladesh, China, Iran, Iraq, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Sudan…
Social Media is no toy, game, or waste of time, as some intimidated persons routinely label it; rather, it is a new valence and paradigm of human connectivity and communications that has broken the monopoly on human knowledge formerly preserved to the institutionally wealthy and/or repressive regimes. Notice that North Korea, Saudi Arabia, China, Iran, and Russia limit its free access to their citizens. Rejoice that we are blessed to be creative participants in this unfolding deliverance.
Well DANG! I took a nap from 6 - 8 and wake up to some serious news going on. An 8.2 earthquake just off the coast of Chile near the town of Iquique. Reports have started coming in of horrible damage, so sad. And then I read that Saudi Arabia now considers secular, free-thought & humanist THINKING as violent THOUGHT-crime and TERRORISM punishable under the law. Oh for crying out loud Saudi's!! I see a Middle Eastern version of North Korea in the works. SMH on that one and add a facepalm. I'm feeling tainted somehow.. gonna go watch something intelligent & educational. ;)
MOST HAUSA-FOOLANIS & KANURIS ARE ANIMALZ & POTENTIAL TERRORISTS!! I wish to congratulate you for destroying the utmost part of your history.I never know that until now you people don't have sense. Checkout all the bombing activities you guys have been doing.it is all about destroyin your land and feel you are destroying Nigeria. Boko haram, I will advise you guys to proceed and burn the Emir of Kano house, along side with the SATAN of Sokoto as these two people not only that they believed in Western Education rather they went out of the Country to acquire it. Please kindly proceed and destroy the whole part of the North.If it is possible burn the Whole Bornu, Sokoto and Kastina. Allah will bless you if you continue like this. But do not blame anyone in near future why your states are not like SAUDI ARABIA, KUWAIT DUBAI or QATAR. Hostilitiy in the land, Deaths, diseases, dangers and destructions (4Ds) in the North. Please brothers Continue and create a History. If you can, contact Iran or North Korea buy ...
North Korea lobbying missels at South Korea. Russia amassing soldiers on the border of Ukraine. Afghanistan pulling further and further away from U.S. Iran full speed ahead with their nuclear weapons program, Saudi Arabia starting to make noise about making their own nuclear weapons. China talking about taking back a group of islands from Japan. How's that Detente, Diplomacy, "Can't we all just get along", were sorry policy working out for you Obama?
What does the Iran, China, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, North Korea, Libya, and, Afghanistan have in common with the U.S.? We all allow and condone the death penalty.
Extern Modi. Sent him to Saudi Arabia, Iran, North Korea. He is fit for only those countries.
Feel very sorry for the victims of Flight MH370,.. not saying much, but if the flight went south into the Indian Ocean,.. maybe we should look at the USA,.. The British Territories in the Indian Ocean leased the Island to the American Naval Intelligence, all indeligent people's had no choice but to leave,( The British Government evicted them).. their now fighting for their freedom to return to their homeland,.. The Island is called Diego Garcia, it is heavily guarded, it controls all the American south sea defenses,.. from Vietnam to Russia,. it includes china,India, Saudi Arabia, up to Germany, France and even Britain,.. it's 16 day's now, and yet the Americans can tell us when North Korea fires a Missile across Japan, China launches a rocket into space.. but can't track an Aircraft,. Sounds like 1950's CIA,..
www.technologyvista.in: The U.S. branded an ‘enemy of the Internet’ Enemies of the Internet’ is a list published every year by Reporters Without Borders, an organization that campaigns for a free press and an uncensored Internet. This year, the United States has made the list for the first time, alongside countries such as China, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Cuba and Iran. The United Kingdom, Russia and India have also been added for the first time in the 2014 list. In its assessment, Reporters Without Borders points to the NSA revelations leaked by Edward Snowden as evidence that “the country of the First Amendment has undermined confidence in the Internet and its own standards of security.” The report goes on to say that “U.S. surveillance practices and decryption activities are a direct threat to investigative journalists, especially those who work with sensitive sources for whom confidentiality is paramount and who are already under pressure.” There’s also mention of the NSA’s secrecy ...
At this rate of current events we might be seeing the World War 3 in the coming 5-10 years..Egypt,Saudi Arabia,Emirate,North Korea,Russia and China Vs USA,Europe,Israel and Qatar!!
"How 'Gangster Bankers' at HSBC Turned Out to Be 'Too Big to Jail'!" The storied British colonial banking power HSBC helped wash hundreds of millions of dollars for drug mobs, including Mexico's Sinaloa drug cartel suspected in tens of thousands of murders in just the past 10 years--people so totally evil, jokes former New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer, that "they make the guys on Wall Street look good." The bank also moved money for organizations linked to Al Qaeda and Hezbollah, and for Russian gangsters; helped countries like Iran, Sudan and North Korea evade sanctions; and, in between helping murderers and terrorists and rogue states, aided countless common tax cheats in hiding cash. The Justice Department said it decided not to bring criminal charges against HSBC for fear that the bank would lose its license in the US and destabilized the entire banking system. Throughout his investigation, Taibbi highlighted some of HSBC's most shady dealings. One in particular involved Saudi Arabia's Al Rajhi ...
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The following methods of execution permitted for use in 2010: Beheading (Saudi Arabia, Qatar) Electric chair (Alabama, Tennessee, Virginia, South Carolina, Florida, Oklahoma and Kentucky in the USA) Gas chamber (California, Missouri and Arizona in the USA) Hanging (Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Japan, Mongolia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Palestinian National Authority, Lebanon, Yemen, Egypt, India, Myanmar, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Syria, Zimbabwe, South Korea, Malawi, Liberia, Chad, Washington in the USA) Lethal injection (Guatemala, Thailand, the People's Republic of China, Vietnam, all states in the USA that are using capital punishment) Shooting (the People's Republic of China, Republic of China, Vietnam, Belarus, Lebanon, Cuba, Grenada, North Korea, Indonesia, Yemen and Oklahoma in the USA)
Knowing what I know now I think Hezbollah, Al Queda, The Taliban and radical fundamentalist Islam is the new Third Reich. Many will be angry for me saying this but, andcall me anit this or that but,,having learned what I have learned it is clear to me these folks have no place in civilzed society. The leaders of North Korea, Russia,China, Iran , Saudi Arabia, parts of Africa Cuba parts of South America are also cruel despots and are commiting crimes against humanity. I just learned that there has been slavery perpetrated in Africa by some Arab nations. That is evil incarnate . To think that this system of human suffering and bitter bondage is still practiced today in the 21st Century is appalling and heart wrenching.Why doesnt the media report this they must know. They spend too much time telling us about celebrities and clowns like Justin Bieber, the Kardashians , Beyonce,and Kanye West who is on thered carpet who's sleeping with who atheletes and what the Duck Dynasty folks believe !
One issue that has generated more than expected controversy lately, is the assent of the same sex bill by President Goodluck Jonathan. The new law prescribes prison sentences of up to 14 years and bans same-sex marriage *** *** , intimate relationships with a member of the same sex, and *** organisations. Let's look at the bright side comparatively: Homosexuality is illegal in at least 36 of Africa’s 55 countries. More than 90 percent of Nigerians are opposed to same sex relationships/marriage. So, it is evident that the law is in line with our cultural and religious beliefs as a people. (a) CHINA: Its a simple bullet to the back of the head in China (don't worry its painless remember Chinese hate to waste money so it will only be single shot). (b) SAUDI ARABIA: Its a neat axe beheading in Saudi Arabia (don't worry you won't see the axe, you'll be blindfolded and sedated with any cocktail of analgesic). (c) ARAB & AFRICAN STATES:- Its a mere stoning to death in at least 15 Countries Sudan, Egypt, . ...
North Korea, Somalia, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Maldives, Pakistan, and Iran. Top ten christian persecutors pray for the brothers in Christ there please
As Michelle Obama treated herself to an additional week in paradise as a 50th birthday present at taxpayer expense, her husband returned from their multi-million dollar, 17-day vacation in Hawaii to badger Republicans in Congress over whether to continue to pay people not to work. The story of the week is the amateur diplomatic efforts of one of the weirdest people in America, Dennis Rodman. Others may say that Rodman’s whirlwind basketball tour of North Korea, the most repressive country on the planet, along with other washed up players of the game, is a non-story. I say it speaks to the very nature of diplomacy in the Obama Administration, for which Dennis Rodman is the perfect representative. Like Barack Obama, Dennis Rodman bows before tyrants. Obama has bowed to the Wahhabi royal fanatics in Saudi Arabia and the despots in Communist China. Upon arriving in Pyongyang, Rodman bowed to the juvenile tyrant and basketball fanatic Kim Jung Un, who recently turned 120 hungry dogs loose on his own uncle, w ...
Bahrain will host the 16th edition of the Asian Senior Men's Handball Championship from 25th January to 7th February 2014. Matches will be played at the Khalifa Sports City in Isa Town and Isa Sports City in Riffa where some STRAMATEL scoreboards are installed. The tournament also serves as a qualifying tournament for the 2015 World Championships. 23 countries will participate at this tournament: Bahrain, China, Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong, India, Iran, Iraq, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Nepal, North Korea, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Syria, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan.
On this beautiful, peaceful Christmas Day in Southern California, as I am preparing dinner for my children and grandchildren, I am grateful to know that throughout this city thousands of little children have new toys, and families have food for their Christmas dinner - - THANKS to friends who care, and friends who share! However, my heart has also been saddened by the reality that in the lands of our Savior’s birth, there is no peace. Fox News has carried numerous reports today from Bethlehem, where Christians from around the world have gathered to celebrate the virgin birth of God’s only Son, Jesus Christ. I have also seen several reports from war-torn Syria, Egypt, and other nations where Christians are being murdered for their faith, their homes being destroyed, and their churches burned to the ground. Christians are also being persecuted in North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Eritrea, Iran, Nigeria and many other countries where Christians are not allowed to live out their faith the way you and I will do t ...
current affairs dec 2013.sujeet mehta =UN General Assembly elected Jordan to the UN Security Council as a non-permanent member on 6 December 2013 to replace Saudi Arabia. =Ambassador Ahmet Uzumcu was re-appointed as the OPCW Director-General at the 18th Session of the Conference of State Parties. =The Joint Mission has now verified that all Category 3 (unfilled) munitions declared by the Syrian Arab Republic have been destroyed. =Vice President of US and the President of South Korea agreed to join hands to denuclearize North Korea. =A ministerial panel has recommended a bailout of 7200 crore rupees to sugar mills. The loan will be provided to pay off the arrears of cane growers. =The 9th WTO Ministerial Conference was concluded on 6 December 2013 at Bali, Indonesia by agreeing the revised draft of Bali Package. =Sri Lanka’s Board of Investment has announced plans to start eight export processing and industrial zones across the country. =The World Trade Organization on 6 December 2013 agreed to allow cou ...
The U.S. defends Germany, Japan, South Korea, Iraq, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, and Taiwan from countries like China, North Korea, and Iran.
Um.no, sent to Iraq because of a falsehood which is polite language for lie. For a liar...President Bush. The mission was to find and destroy the WMD 's that were stored in Iraq. Months maybe into years later after not a single WMD was found the Conservative wingnut type and DickLESS Cheney started planting this new and improved reason or result. We got rid of a dictator. Using this reasoning then we should be in a number of countries...Saudi Arabia, Syria, Cuba, North Korea, China, Vietnam, and on and on. So no. We did NOT go to Iraq for removal of a dictator. BTW Barack Obama was TWICE elected president by HUGE numbers unlike his predecessor who LOST the first time and barely squeaked by the 2nd time. The same guy who LIED about WMD 's and let thousands of our service members get killed for his lie and no good reason. Not to mention the 10's of thousand innocent Iraqi civilians...elderly, women and children.
Internet censorship[edit] Main articles: Internet censorship and Internet censorship by country The concept of freedom of information has emerged in response to state sponsored censorship, monitoring and surveillance of the internet. Internet censorship includes the control or suppression of the publishing or accessing of information on the Internet.[50] The Global Internet Freedom Consortium claims to remove blocks to the "free flow of information" for what they term "closed societies".[51] According to the Reporters Without Borders (RWB) "internet enemy list" the following states engage in pervasive internet censorship: China, Cuba, Iran, Myanmar/Burma, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Vietnam.[52] A widely publicized example of internet censorship is the "Great Firewall of China" (in reference both to its role as a network firewall and to the ancient Great Wall of China). The system blocks content by preventing IP addresses from being routed through and consists of standa ...
Christians in the Muslim World It’s time for another pop-quiz about the persecuted Church: How many Christians reside in Saudi Arabia? Hundreds? Thousands? The answer is an estimated 3 million of the kingdom’s 28 million residents. The key words here are “reside” and “resident.” Virtually all of these Christians are guest workers from countries such as the Philippines and India. The Saudis may be dependent on their labor, but this dependence doesn’t translate into decent treatment, especially when it comes to religious freedom. In his new book, “The Global War on Christians,” John L. Allen tells us that although “in theory, the state tolerates private expressions of alternative religious belief… in practice the religious police in Saudi Arabia . . . sometimes harass and detain Christians even for private ‘house church’ observances.” And, “worshippers who defy the ban on public religious expression risk arrest, imprisonment, lashing, deportation, and sometimes torture.” The ...
I heard today that Obama is really a Muslim and he intends to turn Christmas into a Muslim holiday, by executive order. He is also seeking to destroy Israel by aiding Iran with nuclear technology that he has already made available to North Korea. He plans on moving to Saudi Arabia after his 3rd or 4th term is over and teach in a Muslim Madras. He will start the school with a partner.None other than Osama Bin-Laden! What do you think of that, Barry?
Just when you think the holidays can't become more commercialized, someone finds a new way to make money out of Christmas. But the secularization of our society could be worse—much worse. Last Thursday, did you take time to thank God for his blessings? If you lived in North Korea, such an act would have been perilously seditious. Each home in that oppressed country is required to display prominently a portrait of the nation's deceased founder. Before every meal, every North Korean is required to turn to this picture and pray, "Thank you, Father Kim Il Sung, for this food." Every day in North Korea is thanksgiving, but in its most idolatrous, blasphemous form. Christians there face the same dilemma as those in the Roman Empire—whether to worship Caesar or Christ. Perhaps you hugged your family outside your front door when they arrived on Thanksgiving Day. In Saudi Arabia, two men who offered "free hugs" were arrested and charged with offending public order. Or perhaps you kissed someone in public. In M ...
OBAMA FOREIGN POLICY: What kind of world super power are we when we lift sanctions on a country *** bent on ruling the Middle East by any means in exchange for a promise they would not develop nuclear weapons? Did we not see this same deal cut by Bill Clinton with North Korea? While he let Monica practice his flute, North Korea developed nuclear weapons under his watch. Doubt what I say? When in history would Saudi Arabia allow Israel access to its airports unless they saw this historic FKUP in the same vein?
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A deal between Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany has been received positively by most nations around the world. Two countries, however, do not share the same optimism: Israel and Saudi Arabia. Israel’s Prim Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the deal “is a historic mistake … it's not made the world a safer place. Like the agreement with North Korea in 2005, this agreement has made the world a much more dangerous place.” Saudi Arabia’s cabinet cautiously welcomed Monday the deal saying "good intentions" could lead to a comprehensive agreement. But hours before the statement, Saudi foreign policy adviser, Abdullah al-Askar, voiced concern over the deal. In recent weeks, Saudi Arabia has been pressuring the US to maintain a tough stance on Tehran over its nuclear energy program. Lebanon’s Foreign Minster Adnan Mansour says “The Israeli rejection of the Iranian Nuclear deal was expected as Tel Aviv has for years now promoted the Iranian Nuclear program as ...
TULUM SHAMANS Our TULUM AYAHUASCA & TEMASCAL "SHAMANS" range from 540+ to 440 all the way down to 175. (Not everything that "shines" is gold.) 175-199 - The Level of Pride. The human ego calibrates at 155. (The Higher Self & Kundalini energy slowly start to activate around 275...) It is not a recommend to attend an Aya or Temascal ceremony with a Healer or Shaman that calibrates below 200. In fact, 460+ would be a desirable minimum LOC for a Shaman Healer Facilitator. Examples: The British Empire was at 175 at the time of Gandhi’s Non Violent Resistance. (Gandhi was at 760). Saudi Arabia & North Korea: 175 . Palestine. Jordan. Cuba. Gambling. Poker. Body Piercing. Boxing: 180 Mao: 185. Tarot readings. Chinese Government (China 385). Israel. South Africa. V Putin. Wolves. Rhonda Byrne – producer of the movie The Secret. Drunvalo Melchizedek. Vladimir Putin. 190. Fahrenheit 9/11 by M.Moore. Deepak Chopra. Scientology: 195 All actions below 200 have been historically known to people as ’sin” - “ ...
China, Cuba, Russia and Saudi Arabia on the UN Human Rights Council? Why not add North Korea, Sudan and Syria?? What a joke.
Axis of Fantasy vs. Axis of Reality France, Israel and Saudi Arabia confront an administration conducting a make-believe foreign policy. By Bret Stephens Updated Nov. 11, 2013 7:42 p.m. ET When the history of the Obama Administration's foreign policy is written 20 or so years from now, the career of Wendy Sherman, our chief nuclear negotiator with Iran, will be instructive. In 1988, the former social worker ran the Washington office of the Dukakis campaign and worked at the Democratic National Committee. That was the year the Massachusetts governorcarried 111 electoral votes to George H.W. Bush's 426. In the mid-1990s, Ms. Sherman was briefly the CEO of something called the Fannie Mae Foundation, supposedly a charity that was shut down a decade later for what the Washington Post called "using tax-exempt contributions to advance corporate interests." From there it was on to the State Department, where she served as a point person in nuclear negotiations with North Korea and met with Kim Jong Il himself. T ...
I believe we can truly call America the Land of the muslim dictatorship run by obama just like the countries of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Cuba, Sudan, Zimbabwe, Lybia, North Korea, Uganda, Swaziland, Saudi Arabia, among others that are run by dictators. And also the former Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak, Saudi Arabias King Abdullah, Europes Alexander Lukashenko. After winning Egypts first election since the deposition of former Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak, the Muslim Brotherhood and Mohammed Morsi became the countries new power holders. However, Morsis appetite for power nearly transformed him into Mubarak when he tried to modify the proposed constitution giving himself sweeping executive powers. Does this sound like someone we know, like obama? Who is a lying *** who is always deceiving us and is full of deception and destruction trying to turn America into a dictatorship that will be run by muslims. Or does it sound like HITLER or do obama and HITLER sound like one of the same? Mark ...
Why not North Korea while were at it? Saudi Arabia, China among nations vying for seats on Human Rights Council-
The Obama government has now incurred the anger of Germany, Britain, Brazil, and most recently Mexico and France. Not to mention Egypt and even Saudi Arabia. Israel is getting very nervous. Oh, well. We still are on good terms with Russia, North Korea and Iran. So what's to worry about?
The Carlyle Group C for capitalism The secretive Carlyle Group gives capitalism a bad name. But dismantling the whole system (see article) may be slightly over the top Jun 26th 2003 ON the day Osama bin Laden's men attacked America, Shafiq bin Laden, described as an estranged brother of the terrorist, was at an investment conference in Washington, DC, along with two people who are close to President George Bush: his father, the first President Bush, and James Baker, the former secretary of state who masterminded the legal campaign that secured Dubya's move to the White House. The conference was hosted by the Carlyle Group, a private equity firm that manages billions of dollars, including, at the time, some bin Laden family wealth. It also employs Messrs Bush and Baker. In the immediate aftermath of the attacks, when no one was being allowed in or out of the United States, many members of the bin Laden family in America were spirited home to Saudi Arabia. The revival of defence spending that followed great ...
What country is is the only advanced economy that that does not guarantee its workers paid vacation and is one of just a few countries in the world without paid family leave as a legal right, with the others being Papua New Guinea, Suriname and Liberia? What country had the fifth highest number of executions in the world, following China, Iran, North Korea, and Yemen? How bout has the highest documented incarceration rate and total prison population in the world? At the start of 2008, more than 2.3 million people were incarcerated, more than one in every 100 adults, and over three times higher than the next OECD country. And do you think that went up or down during the great recession? Tell ya what did go up: Military spending. In 2011, more than [a documented] $700 billion was spent (about the same as the INITIAL tax-payer bailout of the banks) and was 41% of global military spending and equal to the next 14 largest national military expenditures combined. At 4.7% of GDP, the rate was the second-hig ...
After months of canvassing for Nigeria’s inclusion in the United Nations Security Council, the country, Thursday, finally got elected to occupy one of the non-permanent seats on the council. Also elected were Chad, Chile, Lithuania and Saudi Arabia. According to the Washington Post, Saudi Arabia and Chad easily won the seats despite criticisms from Human Rights groups. Nigerian and four other candidates, endorsed by regional groups, faced no opposition, as there were no contested races for the first time in several years. Hailing Nigeria’s inclusion as a Security Council member, President Goodluck Jonathan welcomed the development and conveyed Nigeria’s appreciation of the support of all member countries of the UN who voted for the country’s election. The five new non-permanent members were elected in the first round of voting by the 193-member General Assembly. Lithuania was the top vote-getter with 187 votes followed by Nigeria and Chile with 186 votes, Chad with 184 votes and Saudi Arabia with ...
MUHAMMAD, ISLAM, AND THE WORLD: AN OVERVIEW Each day nearly 1.2 billion Muslims face in the direction of Mecca, a city in Saudi Arabia, when they say their prayers. They offer these prayers not once but five times daily. Over two million Muslims journey, moreover, each year to this sacred city in pilgrimage. All Muslims hope to make this journey at least once before they die. They live in 50 countries, and their religion is second only to Christianity in the size of its membership. Almost all Americans know that a handful of Muslim extremists captured four commercial airliners, crashing them into the World Trade Center in New York, the Pentagon in Washington, D. C., and in a field in rural Pennsylvania on September 11, 2001, killing thousands of innocent people. Most Americans also know that these fanatics were not representative of the vast majority of Muslims or the Islamic religion. However, few Americans fully understand the Islamic religion or its Muslim followers. Typical questions asked by American ...
With a large number of young voters clamouring for a decisive PM at the helm, an authoritarian regime at the Centre will not be the same as having one at the state levels. Yes, we do need more aggressive decision-making to get past the policy logjams, but maybe we've just got too used to democracy to risk its attendant freedoms, by wishing for an authoritarian regime that could turn nastily against its own people? If China shows the way through, by deploying an authoritarian regime, could we avoid the flip side, represented by the likes of North Korea, Saudi Arabia or Syria?
The United States provides economic, military and diplomatic support to four of the nine least free nations on earth. Freedom House, a Washington, DC-based think tank that conducts research on democracy, freedom and Human Rights, has released its annual report on the state of freedom around the world. The report, “Freedom in the World 2013,” gave seven nations the lowest possible rankings for both political rights and civil liberties. Of these seven– North Korea, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Sudan, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea and Saudi Arabia, the United States provides significant economic, military and/or diplomatic support to the governments of four of them. The Obama Administration aids and enables brutal repression in each country.
Netanyahu: Iran Would Be another 50 N. Koreas, Israel Can Stand Alone against It Local Editor Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned that Iran would be another 50 “nuclear-armed” North Korea, as he threatened that Tel Aviv is ready to act alone against the Islamic Republic. "Israel will not allow Iran to get nuclear weapons. If Israel is forced to stand alone, Israel will stand alone," Netanyahu told a UN summit on Tuesday. He lashed out at President Sheikh Hasan Rouhani, saying: "He fooled the world once. Now he thinks he can fool it again. You see, Rouhani thinks he can have his yellow cake and eat it too.” "I wish I could believe Rouhani. But I don't," Netanyahu said. "Iran wants to be in a position to rush forward to build nuclear bombs before the international community can detect it and much less prevent it," he alleged. The Israeli PM warned that a “nuclear-armed” would be a bigger threat than North Korea. "As dangerous as a nuclear-armed North Korea is, it pales in comparison t ...
The Ways Religions Make People So Very Stupid!!! - Religions have ways of making people so arrogantly stupid losing their thinking faculty not to mention reasoning faculty when they actually think they are wise is a fact!. . . a religious man suddely finds himself grown up in the world (because as a open hearted child before he got brainwashed with religions Love was what matter most to him) which he never instructed GOD Where he should be born. . . He found himself in Saudi Arabia not North Korea and because of the nature of the religion practised in Saudi Arabia he suddenly starts arrogantly thinking he is so special to be a muslim or into Islam and far better than all the millions of people the same GOD Created and allowed to be born in a North Korea where no religion is allowed to be practised. . . Another man found himself born in Israel not in Benin Republic and suddenly this man that came through a miracle of sperm cell fertilizing his mum's egg through sensual or being raped sexual intercours ...
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Top current affairs of 16 September 2013 1. International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer was observed on 16 September 2013 across the world to bring awareness about the depletion of Ozone layer in the atmosphere. 2. India’s wholesale price based inflation jumped to 6.10 percent in August, government data showed Monday. The headline inflation, measured in terms of the Wholesale Price Index (WPI), accelerated to 6.10 percent in August as against 5.79 percent in the previous month. 3. Abhinav Shiv Tiwari’s “OASS”, a movie on human trafficking, was named the best film at the second edition of the Ladakh International Film Festival (LIFF). 4. Saudi Arabia, where cinemas are banned, is to compete for an Oscar for the first time next year with feminist film “Wadjda” directed by Haifaa al-Mansour, a Saudi official announced on Sunday. 5. Nina Davuluri (24 year old) has become the first person of Indian descent to be crowned Miss America. 6. In Turkey, clashes between anti-government demon ...
John Stanton wrote: Iran, Iraq and North Korea may have been labeled "the Axis Of Evil" by President George W. Bush but it is Saudi Arabia that is the center of the Satanic universe here on Earth. President Obama and the hounds from *** in the US Congress and various thinks tanks who seek to send Americans to fight and die in Iran should be targeting their wrath and the US Instruments of National Power at the House of Saud.
Saudi Arabia: 1 more death from new virus: The State Department says North Korea has rescinded its invitation ...
U.S. Human-Trafficking Report dumps China, Russia to Tier 3, leaves Thailand unchanged The Obama Administration has downgraded the ratings of China, Russia and Uzbekistan in an annual report on global efforts to combat modern slavery. The three-tier ranking puts Russia and China on a list of the world’s worst offenders, such as North Korea and Saudi Arabia, and below second-tier countries such as Rwanda, described in the report as a destination for “women and children subjected to forced labor and sex trafficking.” About 27 million men, women and children worldwide are trapped in some form of slavery -- South Asian maids confined in Qatari homes against their will, children taken from school to work in Uzbek cotton fields and Paraguayans forced into labor in Argentine sweatshops. Millions of women and children are trafficked for sex. Very few are even identified, a focus of this year’s report. “Modern day slavery affects every country in the world including the United States,” Secretary of Sta ...
U.S. Helps Allies Trying to Battle Iranian Hackers. By THOM SHANKER and DAVID E. SANGER. WASHINGTON – The Obama Administration has begun helping Middle Eastern allies build up their defenses against Iran’s growing arsenal of cyberweapons, and will be doing the same in Asia to contain computer-network attacks from North Korea, according to senior American officials. The American officials would not say which countries in the Persian Gulf have signed up for help in countering Iran’s computer abilities. But the list, some officials say, includes the nations that have been the most active in tracking Iranian arms shipments, intercepting them in ports and providing intelligence to the United States about Iranian actions. The three most active in that arena are Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain.. In Asia, the countries most worried about being struck by North Korean computer attacks are South Korea and Japan. The Defense Department’s assertive new effort in the gulf and Asia is the ...
I NEVER KNEW THIS ABOUT JAPAN. Have you ever read in the newspaper that a political leader or a prime minister from an Islamic nation has visited Japan? Have you ever come across news that the Ayatollah of Iran or the King of Saudi Arabia or even a Saudi Prince has visited Japan? Japan is a country keeping Islam at bay. Japan has put strict restrictions on Islam and ALL Muslims. The reasons are: 1) Japan is the only nation that does not give citizenship to Muslims. 2) In Japan permanent residency is not given to Muslims. 3) There is a strong ban on the propagation of Islam in Japan. 4) In the University of Japan, Arabic or any Islamic language is not taught. 5) One cannot import a 'Koran' published in the Arabic language. 6) According to data published by the Japanese government, it has given temporary residency to only 2 lakhs, Muslims, who must follow the Japanese Law of the Land. These Muslims should speak Japanese and carry their religious rituals in their homes. 7) Japan is the only country in the .. ...
US Ambassador Condemns Closure of Foundation Radio Bda Freedom House Index 2013 : Cameroon is not Free With a score of 6, it ranks amongst the top most repressive regimes in Africa. The worst score on the index is 7, and those in this club include; North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Equatorial Guinea, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan. While the rest of the world was celebrating Press Freedom Day earlier this month, the regime in Cameroon arrogantly continued with its unjust and biased media censorship. This time again, it went as far as shutting down the Foundation Radio station in Bamenda for unjust & baseless reasons. The U.S. Ambassador for Cameroon Robert Jackson has joined voices to denounce this absurdity, describing it as an unfortunate situation for a regime purporting to be on course with its vision 2035. From the statement below, it is evident the pressure is mounting up on the regime to remove the seal unjustly placed on the doors of the Foundation Radio. - Remarks by U.S. Ambassador Ro ...
Look at the company we keep among the countries of the world that currently use the death penalty. Are we really like them? Afghanistan, Bahamas, Belarus, Botswana, China, Cuba, Egypt, Guatemala, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Japan, Lebanon, Malaysia, Pakistan, North Korea, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Somalia, Suriname, Syria, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Tonga, United Arab Emirates, United States, Vietnam, Yemen
Documents required at the notary public office for the invitation letter for Romania: the identity document belonging to the party living in Romania which invites the foreign citizen; a copy of the identity document belonging to the foreign citizen who is invited in Romania. The citizen of a country outside the European Union or European Economic Area who wants to travel to Romania for a short period of time must first obtain an entry visa. A visa is required for citizens coming from any of the following countries: Afghanistan, South Africa, Albania, Algeria, Angola, Saudi Arabia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Belarus, Belize, Benin, Bhutan, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burma / Myanmar, Burundi, Cambodia, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, China, Colombia, Comoros, Congo, Ivory Coast, North Korea, Cuba, Democratic Republic of Congo, Djibouti, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Eritrea , Ethiopia, Fiji, Philippines, ...
Like I though. The US is not in any theater and gets the least scratches while gaining the most of the chaos. Objective to delete the US 17 trillion debt owed to the world. What will be the sides of World War 3? Answer: Assuming it happens it should look something like this... Side 1: United States, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Israel, Canada, Poland, Australia, Italy, Denmark, South Korea, Philippines, Japan (only if its neutrality is violated), Saudi Arabia, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Turkey, Portugal, Georgia, Morocco, New Zealand, Taiwan, Qatar, Bahrain, Vietnam, Thailand, India, Norway, and Iceland vs Side 2: Russia, China, Iran, North Korea, Lebanon, Syria, Pakistan, Burma, Egypt, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Estonia, Argentina, Latvia, Kyrgyzstan, Cuba, Afghanistan (according to Afghan President Hamid Karzai, Afghanistan would join Pakistan in war), Tajikistan, and Mongolia (I am assuming Mongolia would be forced to aid Russia and China in the war effort) There would probably be les ...
AS BOUND WITH THE PERSECUTED CHURCH - (Print) From konia house: American pastor Saeed Abedini remains locked away in Iran, facing torment and a possible eight years in the notorious Evin prison after his "trial" on January 27th. Abedini was arrested at a time he was working to establish a non-religious orphanage in Iran; he was convicted on charges of attempting to undermine the national security of Iran for his work with Iranian house churches. When he was permitted a brief meeting with his family, he had been beaten and tortured and psychologically worked over. He is not alone. Christians in a variety of countries face torture and imprisonment and death for meeting together to study the Bible or daring to tell others about the gospel. We hear of these precious people in Iran, North Korea, Burma, Indonesia, Nigeria, Laos, China, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Maldives, Mali. Churches are bombed or attacked by gunmen. Christians are forced to meet in secret or face severe penalties. In Laos earlier this month, three ...
I freely admit that I've developed a Ted Cruz obsession in the few short weeks he's been in the Senate. But it didn't take long for him to prove that he's the quintessential amalgam of everything that's wrong, destructive, ugly, unkind, abusive, barbaric, cruel, selfish, bullying, malicious, spiteful, unpleasant, dangerous, deceitful, and downright evil about the Koch Party. I mean the Tea Party. As Exhibit "A," here are some of his hollow, obviously unsubstantiated, and gratuitously vicious anti-Hagel rantings: (1) "WE DO NOT KNOW, for example, IF he received compensation for giving paid speeches to extreme or radical groups." (2) "It MAY be that he speaks to radical or extreme groups or anti-Israel groups and accepted financial compensation; WE DON'T KNOW." (3) "It is, at a minimum, relevant to know IF that $200,000 that he deposited into his bank account came directly from Saudi Arabia; came directly from North Korea. And I HAVE NO EVIDENCE TO SUGGEST THAT it is OR isn't." So Cruz' own words establish ...
Senator Rand Paul and Ted Cruz fall for “Friends of Hamas” joke … and mitch mcconnell falls for an “onion-like” joke about Gitmo!! thinkprogress.org: A journalist with the New York Daily News has come forward as the unintentional source for a rumor that Secretary of Defense nominee Chuck Hagel was receiving funding from the non-existent “Friends of Hamas” group. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) was strongly rebuked by his Senate colleagues for his lobbing claims — completely void of evidence — that Hagel had received money from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and North Korea that he was hiding from the Senate Armed Services Committee. While visiting Israel, former Republican Presidential candidate Mike Huckabee said that if Hagel’s ties to “Friends of Hamas” proved true, it would “disqualify” Hagel from being Secretary of Defense. Likewise, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) in a radio interview indicated that the “Friends of Hamas” was just part of a string of new information that was “more and mor ...
At a recent conference in Johannesburg, South Africa, I was shocked to hear a Nigerian church leader declare that Christianity is the most persecuted religion in the world today. On my way home afterwards, the deaths of 12 Christians, attacked in their church in Nigeria, was announced on the radio. A quick Google search revealed the true scale of this onslaught against Christians, so it didn’t take me long to find further confirmation of this assertion. In November 2012, none other than German Chancellor Angela Merkel made the same claim, in very nearly the same words. The Open Doors website lists the countries responsible for persecuting Christians, with the worst perpetrators in sequence being: North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia, Maldives, Mali, Iran, Yemen, Eritrea, Syria, Sudan and Nigeria. “For the eleventh year running, North Korea is the most difficult place on earth to be a Christian. One of the remaining Communist states, it is vehemently opposed to religion of any kind. Ch ...
Signation | Headlines (00:37) Nuclear test in North Korea (02:25) As an act of self-defense called North Korea's recent nuclear test and justified inter alia with the hostility that would put the country meet. Live circuit to Washington (01:59) Hannelore Veit reported in the U.S.. One feels there's nuclear test by North Korea as a provocation that is specifically directed against the United States? What can the U.S. do to dissuade North Korea from its nuclear program? Pope resignation: More questions than answers (02:03) Are more questions than it answers in the Roman Church katholsichen a day after Pope Benedict XVI. has announced his resignation. Plug in the Vatican intrigue behind it? What the Pope will do in retirement? And who will be his successor? The only certainty is that at the last general audience 27th February held at St. Peter's, since the Pope will say goodbye to the faithful. Spindelegger in Saudi Arabia (01:29) Vice-Chancellor and Foreign Minister Michael Spindelegger of the ÖVP is curre ...
COUNTRIES WHERE CHRISTIANS ARE PERSECUTED Further to my post below, FEEL THEIR PAIN, here are some of the countries where believers are being persecuted. Pray for Afghanistan, Algeria, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Belarus, Bhutan, Brunei, Burma (Myanmar), Chiapas, Mexico, China, Colombia, Comoros, Cuba, Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gaza, and the West Bank, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Lebanon, Libya, Malaysia, Maldives, Mindanao, Philippines (Colin and I lived in Mindanao when we were first married doing missionary work--there are many Christians in Mindanao, but also Muslim areas where there is persecution), Mauritania (we have just been praying at Family Devotions for Nouakchott in Mauritania with a population of 99.0% Muslim, this poverty stricken desert country with only 0.4% Christian), Morocco, Nepal, Nigeria, North Korea, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Syria, Tajikistan, Tibet (China), Tunisia, Turkey, Turkmenistan, United Arab Emirates, U ...
Today's Missions News: WASHINGTON, D.C. (Worthy News)– Eight of the top 10 persecutors of Christians worldwide are Islamic States, according to the Open Doors’ 2013 World Watch List. Islamic extremism is the prime persecutor of Christians in the world today, and Islamic extremists, either in government, or in violent opposition to that government, are the sources of that persecution, said Ron Boyd-MacMillan, chief strategy officer for Open Doors. In fact, the uprisings in North Africa and the Middle East that began nearly two years ago have resulted in an even greater persecution of Christians. “The Arab Spring has turned into an Islamic Winter for the Christians in the Middle East,” said Boyd-MacMillan. “In every country where a regime has been deposed — such as Tunisia, Libya, Morocco and Egypt — Islam is still in power and putting pressure on the Christian minority.” Saudi Arabia was the worst persecutor second only to North Korea, which practices a cult-like worship of the ruling Kim . ...
Implications Of President Obama’s Asian Visit To Buddhist Burma By: Eurasia Review November 16, 2012 By Shenali Waduge When the US declares a country is of “national interest” it should not be hard to guess the reasons why more so when President Obama himself is to arrive in Burma to start an obvious “US enters Asia” drive on 19 November 2012. The US wishlist is also clear – it wants Burma to be “friends” with India implying to distance from China, US wants Burma to close ties with North Korea, it wants greater autonomy for the Rohingyas at the behest of Saudi Arabia which given the militancy attached to the Rohingyas spells clear dangers of what Burma is likely to face no sooner it shakes hands with the US. Burma Burma There is so much more to lifting sanctions as Burmese find themselves analyzing the situation far more than Burmese leaders and receiving Congress’s highest award, Aung San Suu Kyi must know the examples of “democracy” that has prevailed in other parts of the world to ...
ATTACK ON MILITARY CONVOY BY BOKO HARAM: Mr President should fold his hands & allow Senseless/Greedy Politicians under the cover of Religious believers to ridicle his govt. & kill all Nigerians. BOKO HARAM is the make of northern Politicians/Religious Extremist. They have some allies in the South. BOKO HARAM Presonnels re in the offices of the Nigeria Army, Airforce, NAVY, Nigerian Security & Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Custom, Immigrations, & all other Para-Military forces. Their Sponsors & informats re not northerners alone & they based in all part of the Country. These Extremist operations were always successful bcos their men/boys doesn't lack anything. The list paid among them earns N75,000 per month excluding other incentives. They use Zenith Bank for transactions. The Emirs, Governors, Senators, Serving/Retired military personels at all level & high class personalities were involved. BOKO HARAM received much support from Saudi Arabia, Parkistan, Syria, Lebanon, Iran, North Korea, Sudan, Somalia, . ...
Christmas Day is celebrated as a major festival and public holiday in countries around the world, including many whose populations are mostly non-Christian. In some non-Christian countries, periods of former colonial rule introduced the celebration (e.g. Hong Kong); in others, Christian minorities or foreign cultural influences have led populations to observe the holiday. Countries such as Japan, where Christmas is popular despite there being only a small number of Christians, have adopted many of the secular aspects of Christmas, such as gift-giving, decorations and Christmas trees. Countries in which Christmas is not a formal public holiday include China, (excepting Hong Kong and Macao), Japan, Saudi Arabia, Algeria, Thailand, Iran, Turkey and North Korea. Christmas celebrations around the world can vary markedly in form, reflecting differing cultural and national traditions. Among countries with a strong Christian tradition, a variety of Christmas celebrations have developed that incorporate regional a ...
Saw a "Sponsored" for the Media "Research" Center. When I see a conservative group use the word "research," I get the same felling that I do from when North Korea uses the words "democratic," "peoples'," and "republic." As in "Democratic Peoples' Republic of Korea," or DPRK. How can an ideology be so vehemently opposed to science, the pursuit of factual knowledge, and creative/critical thinking use a word like "research?" Sorry guys, but Wikipedia doesn't count as research. Neither does referencing the Bible to challenge Einstein's General Theory. Research is rarely undertaken by people who are deathly afraid of anyone whom they suspect might be smarter than they are. There is a very good reason why our nation is plummeting in worldwide rankings in math, science, technology and creativity. I'm sure that with regard to religion (NON-differential, of course), our citizens would rank right up there with Iran, Saudi Arabia, and Pakistan. Don't forget, "exceptional" is not an inherently positive term. One can ...
312. For certain, Assad will still come down. What is paining me is that he has committed what he cannot pay for. At the end of everything now, ICC will probably send him to life imprisonment. If he got imprisoned, better, though life imprisonment can never never never equal people that died for his sake. And this imprisonment in UK or France for an example is a jamboree based on the comfort. Such is not even imprisonment, 'cause he will have every comfort except to leave the prison. On the other hand, he might not go to any prison. After all this rubbish, North Korea or Russia or even China or Saudi Arabia might welcome and protect him by allowing him to exile in either of those states. Like they did to Idi Amin, whom after all he committed, he went on an exile in Saudi Arabia and stayed till his death. And like Saudi Arabia is currently hiding, protecting Ben Ali former Tunisian president, though he has been sent to life imprisonment. Saudi Arabia has allowed some worst rulers in the world to abdicate p ...
Here is the diverse list of countries from the Wikipedia article on Universal Health Care that all have Universal Health Care: Argentina, Australia, Bhutan, Brazil, Brunei, Canada, Chile, China, Costa Rica, Cuba, Hong Kong, India , Israel, Japan, Kuwait, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, North Korea, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Seychelles, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, UAE, Uruguay, and Venezuela, along with virtually all of Europe. All of them provide more coverage to more people at lower cost than the US. Isnt it time we had a better dialogue about how to change this picture?
Subject: Once upon a time, history was stranger than fiction. US hostilities toward Iran have nothing to do with nuclear weapons development. If that were the case, then North Korea and Pakistan would be facing similar sanctions and threats, but they aren't. The difference of course is in what lies beneath the ground - oil. Iran has it and the other guys don't. At the heart of the issue is not Iran's dubious attempt to build nuclear weapons, or even oil, but how that oil is paid for. In 1973, Richard Nixon promised King Faisal of Saudi Arabia that the US would protect Saudi Arabian oilfields from any and all interested parties seeking to forcefully wrest them from the House of Saud. It's important to remember that in 1973, Saudi Arabia didn't have a fraction of the military and ground forces it possesses today (almost exclusively US manufactured weapons) and the USSR was very much a threat. In return Saudi Arabia, and by extension OPEC, agreed to sell their oil in US dollars only. As if that weren't sweet ...
So I watched the controversial movie “ the Innocence of Muslims” and I totally disagree with it…But with all due respect to all the Muslims in the world & specially my best friends around the world, I completely understand the emotional reaction, but why does it have to be so cruel & violent and involves killing innocent people!!! So many Anti-Christ movies where made by amateurs & so many produced by big companies and very famous actors (The Da Vinci Code in 2006), and now the Turkish movie (Fetih 1453) or Anti-Christ cartoons, and we’ve never seen such violence or MEDIA coverage. I lived in Saudi Arabia for so many years for work, it is probably the only country in the world without a Church, not even ONE! It is forbidden. Only couple of years ago they stopped calling for the (May “GOD Allah” curse the Jews and Christians) during the prayers in the mosques of Saudi Arabia! Sheikh Abdul Aziz Al-Asheikh, the Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia, the highest official of religious law in the Sunni countr ...
I can't believe I didn't see this before. The reason for the ruling in Arizona vs. the United States and Obama's limitations on Homeland Security Assistance to Arizona occurred because the current national debt exceeds the national GDP leaving America unable to financially support the defending of our own borders and America is trying to establish diplomatic relationships with Los Zetas: the next ruling party of Mexico. The alliances for World War three have been set. On one side are the countries of North America, the former European Union (its collapse will be one of the reasons for the start of World War three), South Korea, peaceful regions in South America, South Africa, Japan, India, Australia, Israel, and Saudi Arabia (which will be allied with other countries including Jerusalem in a war against Iran, part the larger World War three). On the other side is Russia, China, Iran, Syria, Iraq, Eqypt, Pakistan, North Korea, dictatorships in South America, dictatorships in South East Asia, and the forme ...
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton issued the State Department's annual report on International Religious Freedom on Monday, concluding that the "world is sliding backwards" in key regions of the globe. She also singled out many of the Asian countries including China, North Korea and Saudi Arabia as...
The Olympic Charter states: "The practice of sport is a human right. Every individual must have the possibility of practising sport, without discrimination of any kind and in the Olympic spirit, which requires mutual understanding with a spirit of friendship, solidarity and fair play" and "They (NOCs) must comply with the Olympic Charter. Their statutes are subject to the approval of the IOC." Yet North Korea and Saudi Arabia both have National Olympic Committees (NOCs)! No women have traditionally been allowed to compete on the Saudi Olympic teams. The two women, Sarah Attar and Wodjan Ali Seraj Abdulrahim Shahrkhani, competing this year from Saudi Arabia were invited by the IOC and are Americans! Moreover they have not qualified for the games within Saudi Arabia. The Olympics just does not live up to its own "ideals." Sorry.
North Korea appoints new military chief. Saudi Arabia to restrict religious police’s powers of pursuit. Marissa Mayer leaves Google for Yahoo!.
With today's stabbing to death of a journalist when he was having tea in a roadside cafe in SW Bangladesh by narco-criminals who did not like his reporting on their criminal activities... I looked into the good work of the "Committee to Protect Journalists" and found this interesting video clip re. the matter of nations that censor news within their borders. The top ten nation's censoring news in their countries are: 1) Eritrea, 2) North Korea, 3) Syria, 4) Iran, 5) Equatorial Guinea, 6) Uzbekistan, 7) Burma, 8) Saudi Arabia, 9) Cuba, 10) Belarus . It seems to me that all free countries should join together to add MUSCLE to the good work of this important journalist protection committee. When countries censor happenings inside their borders, we should use other independent means to get and report on the news in those countries. When they allow murders of journalists to go without investigation, we should do the investigations ourselves. When they imprison journalists for no good reason, we should de ...
How many men and women have lost their lives in the defense of the United States of America? Answer: Go to Arlinton National Cemetery and ALL the cemeteries in the country, in all of Europe,Guam, Bellawood, Pellilue, Atol, Vietnam, Cambodia, China, Japan, Singapore, Malaysa, El Salvador, Columbia, Mexico, Peru, Nigeragua, the continent of Africa, Lebannon, Syria, Turkey, Irag, Somalia, Yemen, Afganistan, Pakistan, Libia, Tumisia, Engl;and, Scotland, Ireland, Russia, Poland, Bosnia, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Imigrates, Iran, South Korea, North Korea, the Pacific ocean, the Atlantic ocean, the South China Sea, the Indian Ocean, the Persian Gulf, the Mediterranean sea, the Red Sea, the straights of Mallacca, the sea of Japan. Should I go on and on? On this Memorial Day I think of my Veteran brothers and sisters who gave the ultimate sacrifice. They are and always will be my heroes.
Hmm... why do I never hear this on CNN? ''The United States is known to possess three types of weapons of mass destruction: nuclear weapons, chemical weapons and biological weapons. The U.S. is the only country to have used nuclear weapons in combat. The U.S. used chemical weapons in World War I and II, it has secretly developed the earliest form of the atomic weapon during the 1940s under the title "Manhattan Project".[1] The United States pioneered both the development of the nuclear fission as well as the hydrogen (nuclear fusion) bomb. It was the world's first and only nuclear power for four years before being joined in the "nuclear club" by the Soviet Union. The United States has the largest number of deployed nuclear weapons in the world, with 300 more deployed nuclear weapons than Russia.[2] Having a bigger nuclear arsenal then Irak, North Korea, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Israel, Egypte, India and the European Union combined... ''
What does the United States have in common with Bahrain, Bangladesh, Belarus, Botswana, China, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Iran, Iraq, Japan, Libya, Malaysia, North Korea, the Palestinian Authority, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Taiwan, Viet Nam, and Yemen? The members of this, illustrious, list all engaged in state executions of citizens in 2010. It's high time we embrace a progressive stance, and end the death penalty.
.. So with World Press Freedom Day we encourage free, open, transparent, reliable and best media practices.. According to a report by CPJ, Top 10 Countries with worst press censorship are: Eritrea, North Korea, Syria, Iran, Equatorial Guinea, Uzbekistan, Burma, Saudi Arabia, Cuba and Belarus... yey Zim haipo!!! We are trying...
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