The link below is to an article that looks at the continuing rise of Germany as the power of Europe.
The link below is to an article & video reporting on a tropical island in the snow – in Germany.
Paul Watson, founder of Sea Shepherd has skipped bail in Germany and fled, fearing extradition to Japan. He was being held for offences allegedly committed in Costa Rica. I wonder if there was an Ecuadorian Embassy nearby? Just a thought.
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The video below is sure to inspire many finger wrestling champions around the world.
The Taliban have moved onto the offensive in Afghanistan with a massive co-ordinated attack. Embassies in Kabul have been targeted, including the British, German, Russian and US embassies, as well as the Afghan Parliament and the NATO headquarters. There are also attacks on other sites in the city. The attacks have been going on now for at least two hours and are continuing.
It is not just Kabul that is under attack, there are attacks also in the cities of Jalalabad, Pul-e-Alam and Gardez.
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Church Head in Unprecedented Meeting with Turkish MPs
The following article reports on the meeting of the head of the Greek Orthodox Church in Turkey with members of the Turkish government over the future of Christianity in that country.
Pakistani Muslims Employ ‘Blasphemy’ Threat in Land Grab
The following article reports on the threat of blackmail by Muslims in a dispute with Christians in the Punjab, Pakistan.
Indictment of ‘Masterminds’ of Murders in Turkey Expected
The following article reports on the continuing criminal investigation and trial associated with the murder of Turkish Christians Necati Aydin and Ugur Yuksel and German Christian Tilmann Geske in 2007.
The articles linked to above are by Compass Direct News and relate to persecution of Christians around the world. Please keep in mind that the definition of ‘Christian’ used by Compass Direct News is inclusive of some that would not be included in a definition of Christian that I would use or would be used by other Reformed Christians. The articles do however present an indication of persecution being faced by Christians around the world.