Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Gates of Vienna News Feed 4/24/2012

Gates of Vienna News Feed 4/24/2012A Muslim mob in the Sudanese capital Khartoum burned down a Catholic church and its adjoining school. The church was reportedly used mainly by worshippers from South Sudan.

In other news, during March inflation-adjusted income in Italy fell by 2.1% over the same month last year, the greatest drop in 17 years.

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Anonymous said...

- It will happen

Breivik indicates in court today, that there will be more terrorist attacks, following his, as "there are still two individuals the police haven't yet located."

- I wouldn't want to be the police spokesman when the next terror attack happens, because it will happen. There are still two persons in Norway, who will attack, as the police haven't found them, says Breivik.

Anonymous said...

How does it look behind the scenes?
- Who are the bad guys in Syria?

Syria, from a different angle
- What is really going on?

"For all those western politicians, particularly those from the FUKUS-Axis (France, UK, US and Israel) who have been supporting or financing or arming the Syrian "opposition" "activists", for all those media professionals who have been misguiding their readers or viewers by showing only one side of the story, selling the notion that the Syrian government is brutal and is carrying out a unilateral war against repressed civilians, then here is something very unpleasant for you to see: the atrocities carried out by the terrorists you have supported, aided or armed."

Qualis Rex said...

*sigh*. St Josephine Bakhita pray for us.

babs said...

Annon @ 12:13 -
Are you kidding us? You are getting your info from Pravda? BTW, your link doesn't work...

Let me introduce you to a man that I have known for several years:
Ammar Abduhamid is a liberal Syrian pro-democracy activist whose anti-regime activities led to his exile in September of 2005. He currently lives in Silver Spring, Maryland, with his wife, Khawla Yusuf, and their children, Oula (b.1986) and Mouhanad (b. 1990). He is the founder of the Tharwa Foundation and currently works at the Brookings Institute.

When the uprising started in Syria last year I had many email exchanges with Ammar. He has assured me that he has a team ready to go that will bring democracy to Syria.

The very idea that you would believe anything about Syria written in Pravda is laughable.

You can follow Ammar at syrianrevolutiondigest.blogspot.com