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Judge says religion not valid for female genital mutilation, jails doctor & his wife

On May 3 a U.S. federal judge denied bail at a hearing for a doctor and his wife arrested April 21 for participating in female genital mutilation (FGM). Dr. Fakhruddin Attar, 53, and his wife, Farida Attar, 50, of Livonia, Michigan, were found out during a federal investigation into Dr. Jumana Nagarwala, who was arrested… Continue reading Judge says religion not valid for female genital mutilation, jails doctor & his wife

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Michigan Muslim doctor tells court female genital mutilation was religious practice

A female doctor practicing in Livonia, Michigan, who was arrested last week for perpetrating the illegal practice of female genital mutilation (FGM) on young girls, told the federal court today through her lawyer that FGM was part of the religious and cultural practice of an association of Indian Muslim doctors she belongs to. Federal prosecutors responded… Continue reading Michigan Muslim doctor tells court female genital mutilation was religious practice

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Islamist becomes Christian when told about Christ’s power to heal sick son

According to the underground Christian ministry Bibles for Mideast, they were recently told about the testimony of an Islamist in South Asia who, along with his family, converted to confess the Lord Jesus Christ for their salvation. The man had for years made his living by transporting people around on his rickshaw. In 2006 and… Continue reading Islamist becomes Christian when told about Christ’s power to heal sick son

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The “Jesus was a refugee” argument is irrelevant

Race baiter Al Sharpton and his ego were in the news once again this week when he tweeted, "Before you head to church today, remember to thank God for his son, Jesus a refugee who fled to Egypt" to criticize President Trump's call for preventing people from entering the US from seven Muslim nations until… Continue reading The “Jesus was a refugee” argument is irrelevant

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Jihadist church robbers in Germany get prison time

A trial that began in Cologne, Germany, in October 2015 has finally ended with prison time for a gang of eight Muslim men, aged 35 to 37, who executed a series of church robberies for their jihad. At the center of the gang was a Moroccan man who was featured in a YouTube video calling… Continue reading Jihadist church robbers in Germany get prison time

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Trump intends to move US embassy in Israel to Jerusalem

A top adviser to President-elect Donald Trump stated right after the election that a Trump administration has every intention to fulfill the campaign promise of moving the US embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. David Friedman said relations with Israel under Trump will "be better than ever," in comparison to previous US administrations… Continue reading Trump intends to move US embassy in Israel to Jerusalem

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27% of young Austrian Muslims embrace idea of violent jihad

A recent study commissioned by the city government of Vienna done of youth living in Vienna has discovered that 27% of  Muslim youth believe violent jihad against nations in the West is an acceptable practice. In that same study, 33% of all youth in Vienna had negative opinions about Jews and 47% of young Muslims held… Continue reading 27% of young Austrian Muslims embrace idea of violent jihad

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ISIS sympathizer in Michigan threatens church, pleads guilty on gun charges

22-yr-old Khalil Abu-Rayyan of Dearborn Heights, Michigan, pleaded guilty on September 13 to misrepresenting himself to obtain a firearm and illegal possession of a firearm. He's been in jail since February and his sentencing will be in January 2017. Authorities did not bring terrorism charges against him despite his history of making terroristic threats against… Continue reading ISIS sympathizer in Michigan threatens church, pleads guilty on gun charges

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Coptic Egyptian teens convicted of mocking Islam in video flee to Switzerland

In 2015, four teen Egyptian boys who were at a Christian youth retreat were filmed playing around on a video their teacher recorded on his phone. The video was 32 seconds long and, according to the teacher, was done to pan the room to get a short glimpse of some of the kids in attendance… Continue reading Coptic Egyptian teens convicted of mocking Islam in video flee to Switzerland

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Lebanese Muslims meet Jesus while aiding refugees

Christian Aid Mission, an organization that helps Christians abroad be missionaries to their own people, reports that the Christian church is growing in unforeseen ways. As refugees flee armed conflicts started by Syrian rebels and ISIS, Muslims in Lebanon who have become aid workers to help the refugees are converting to Christ and forsaking Islam. Many… Continue reading Lebanese Muslims meet Jesus while aiding refugees