Jihadi logic is simple: not only do attacks on Christians during their greatest religious holidays make a symbolic point;
On Sunday, January 27, Islamic militants bombed a Catholic cathedral during Mass. At least 20 people were killed and 111 wounded.
On Sunday, January 27, Islamic militants bombed a Catholic cathedral during Mass in the Philippines. At least 20 people were killed and 111 wounded.
This isn’t about Facebook. It’s about freedom.
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Two young masked men entered the pharmacy and dragged my father outside. They told him to kneel in the street.
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A Muslim man set a Christian woman on fire because she refused to convert to Islam and marry him.
They are a power play. And given the disastrous failures of the “Resistance’s” foreign policies, it is clear that the outcome of this power struggle is something to which no one can be indifferent.
The controversial president of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte, known for his strongman politics and inflammatory statements from admitting to killing people to joking about rape, will land in Israel on Sunday evening for a four-day official visit.
Hananya Naftali tells the little-known story of how the Philippines saved 1,200 Jews from the Nazi death camps in World War II.
The celebration was dubbed a “day of jubilation.”