In what amounts to a concerning attack on basic human rights, we have told you about the church groups and other organizations that have been targeted and harassed by various government entities simply for feeding the homeless. And in the case of the Acts 2 Worship Center, which Storyleak’s Anthony Gucciardi has directly supported to feed even more homeless individuals in the face of opposition, the group was told that they could not even offer free meals to those in need on Thanksgiving day.
Quite simply, this is beyond what many would consider ‘insanity’ and very much so into the dimension of Orwellian. It is for this reason that it is essential we draw attention to these matters, as we have achieved recently thanks to the support of Storyleak readers who have spread the word surrounding not only the attack on Acts 2 Worship Center’s ability to feed the homeless, but street groups like ‘Crazy Faith’ as well — a grassroots family-based group that was halted from delivering 5,000 meals a month to those in need.
The horrors of Syria — Many see it the headlines on the news of the Civil War going on, but it really starts to become horrifying when presented with the details on whats happening. This video features a nun discussing what happens with Christian blood in Syria, as well as the torture and rape men, women, and children go through on a daily basis.
These abhorrent acts are committed by the same rebels United States(as well as Saudi Arabia, Qatar, UK, and others)
It has been known since Al Qaeda began flooding Syria aiding the FSA that they were committing war crimes…War crimes which the United States continually denied, even though alternative and mainstream press have been covering it. America funds known terrorists who rape, torture, and kill…Obama wins a nobel peace prize while he funds terrorists raping and torturing innocent people. This president is a total scum bag and a disgusting human being, why anyone has been fooled by this asshole is beyond me, he is a tyrant, and I do not use that word loosely.
A medical official confirmed the casualty figures. Both officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they are not authorized to talk to the media.
Wednesday’s bombings came amid a massive military operation in Iraq’s western desert as authorities try to hunt down insurgents who have stepped up attacks across Iraq in the past months, sending violence to levels not seen since 2008.
The Christmas Day attacks brought the total number of people killed so far this month in Iraq to 441. According to United Nations estimates, more than 8,000 people have been killed since the start of the year.
BANGUI, Central African Republic (AP) — Thousands of Christian civilians sought refuge at an airport guarded by French soldiers Friday, fleeing from the mostly Muslim ex-rebels with machetes and guns who rule the country a day after the worst violence to hit the chaotic capital in nine months.
When several French helicopters landed at the airport, people sang with joy as they banged on plastic buckets and waved rags into the air in celebration.
Outside the barbed wire fences of the airport, bodies lay decomposing along the roads in a capital too dangerous for many to collect the corpses. Thursday’s clashes left at least 280 dead, according to national radio, and have raised fears that waves of retaliatory attacks could soon follow.
“They are slaughtering us like chickens,” said Appolinaire Donoboy, a Christian whose family remained in hiding.
France had pledged to increase its presence in its former colony well before Christian militias attacked the capital at dawn Thursday. The arrival of additional French troops and equipment came as the capital teetered on the brink of total anarchy and represented the greatest hope for many Central Africans.
About 1,000 French forces were expected to be on the ground by Friday evening, a French defense official said on condition of anonymity because he wasn’t authorized to speak publicly on the matter.