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Aaron Goerner (Bible-Quran)
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Remember to pray for Pakistan.

"Pakistan on Thursday took a TV host off the air over incitement, after he said five human rights activists who recently went missing and other liberal Pakistanis should be killed for blasphemy and sedition, officials said.

The state media regulator said that Amir Liaqat, a self-styled religious scholar, could no longer appear on the pro-military BOL TV, where he hosted a daily program, or any other local broadcast."

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"The end of the Muslim Brotherhood regime in Egypt meant big changes. But just not for the country’s beleaguered Christians."

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Pray for Pakistan as five men were recently convicted for their part in the vicious mob killing of a Christian husband and wife two years ago. Pray for the Christian couple's four orphaned children.

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Five ways persecution has backfired in Iran.

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Below is a clip from a CNN Presidential Town Hall (9/28/2016) with President Obama explaining why he won't use the phrase "radical Islamic terrorism."

Much of the confusion about labeling certain brands of terrorism is a failure to understand that "religion" and "worldview" are synonymous:
—Secularism is a “religion/worldview”
—Humanism is a “religion/worldview”
—Islam is a “religion/worldview”
—Christianity is a “religion/worldview”
—Terrorists (Christian, Muslim, Atheists) have a “religion/worldview”

All of us—including President Obama, political parties, nations and individuals—are “religious” because all have beliefs about life and death; meaning and purpose; good and evil; justice and injustice; good laws and bad laws; God; etc.

It should be obvious that the overwhelming vast majority of Muslims do not hold to a worldview of terror and killing. They are great human beings. Less obvious is that secularism and humanism can be just as brutal as other worldviews of “radical terrorism” (e.g. abortion).

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This is freedom?

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"For the past decade, journalist Mindy Belz has returned again and again to the Middle East, following Iraqi Christians fleeing from rape, murder, kidnapping, and suicide bombing. Belz brings the stark reality of this escalating genocide to light, sharing the stories of real-life Christians who refuse to abandon their faith—together with the hope that still lives, even in the face of terror."

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“Islam has no future here because Han Chinese will never give up eating pork.” Nevertheless, as this article points out, Islam is strong among some of China’s ethnic minorities, particularly the Hui and Uighur. In fact, it is estimated that there are upwards of 21 million Muslims in China today.

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Pray for Egypt.
#egypt  
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