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Would you acknowledge Jesus Christ, even if you knew you would be killed? Decide in your heart now so that if that moment—God forbid—ever occurred, you would be ready.

Catholic Bishop Claims #Obama Is ‘Following A Similar Path’ To Hitler » In a mass proceeding a Catholic men’s march this weekend, Bishop Daniel Jenky delivered a homily that appears better suited to an episode of the Glenn Beck Show than to a celebration of religious fait...

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from The Atlantic

In Syria: Four Years of War

A man carries the body of his mother after what activists said were air strikes by forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in Marj Al Sultan, in the eastern Damascus suburb of Ghouta on February 27, 2015.

from The Hive

Documenting Evil: Inside Assad’s Hospitals of Horror

The Man Who Exposed Bashar al-Assad's War Crimes in Syria | Vanity Fair Syrian people asked for freedom from Assad! Assad gave them genocide!

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ISIS THREAT LOOMS FOR DAMASCUS - - The greatest crisis for the Syrian government of Bashar al-Assad since the civil war started in 2011 is looming now as rebel groups, including ISIS, continue to accumulate territory and could soon approach the capital, Damascus. While the future of the Assad regime draws the world’s attention, several religious teachers are focusing on the city itself, because its destruction is prophesied in Scripture. {Isaiah 17:1}

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Like other totalitarian regimes that have no legitimacy and no base of support, the Saudis are wrapping themselves in religion. Saddam Hussein in the 1990s and currently Bashar al-Assad – the heads of the Baath party in Iraq and Syria – both played the religious card. However, Baathist doctrine in Iraq and Syria is basically irreligious. The Saudis are using religion as their excuse now, labeling the recent mass executions as preserving their religion when they are actually a message to…