Last week I was interviewed on Reel Talk with Audrey Russo. Topics included Obama’s predictable polices that empower the Islamic State; the enforcement of blasphemy laws in Pakistan; IS and social media; jihad in Italy; and what Assyrian Christians seeking sanctuary in Beirut bodes. Click here to listen to the 25-minute interview.
A Muslim schoolboy of African origin beat a 12-year-old girl at a school in Italy because she was wearing a crucifix around her neck. According to ANSA news agency, the African boy “punched the girl violently in the back at the entrance to a middle school in the town of Terni on Thursday [May 14] […]
On Sunday, May 10, after church mass, a group of young Muslim immigrants interrupted a Catholic procession in honor of the Virgin Mary. They hurled verbal insults, shouts, and threats as the group passed in front of the Islamic Cultural Center in Conselice, a small town in lower Romagna. Approximately 100 Catholic Christians, including several small children, […]
The fate of the murdered Christian migrants is the image of our future, unless we form a human chain to resist our attackers. By Ralph H. Sidway The shared experience. How people, often from very different backgrounds, countries, nationalities and races, and even religions, can bond in simple human camaraderie, especially when going through difficult […]
By Ralph H. Sidway The Islamic State has named many targets, including the “lands of al-Haramein” (two holy places), i.e. Saudi Arabia. But its most significant goal seems to be Rome. When the Islamic State released its video in February of the beheading of 21 Coptic Christian Egyptians on the coast of Libya, they titled […]
Portuguese On January 17, a crucifix (pictured above) was destroyed in Cinisello Balsamo, a municipality in the Province of Milan, Italy. This comes days after a statue of the Virgin Mary was destroyed and urinated on by a group of North Africans in Italy. According to the report: “Christmas is over and nativities have been […]
[Source: Alerta Digital] Portuguese Friday, January 9. A man was kneeling in prayer before the statue of the revered Madonna, with the photograph of a loved one in hand, in the small chapel of St. Barnabas in Perugia (Italy), when he was attacked by five “immigrants.” The first thing they did was rip the photo […]