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Letter to America, Seventeen Years Later

Seventeen years ago, only three weeks after the unprecedented Sept. 11 terrorist attack on the U.S., which took more than 3,000 innocent lives, I shared the following letter, which I wrote from Croatia at that time, with a group of … Continue reading

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Letter to My American Friends

“A great and powerful wind tore the mountains apart and shattered the rocks before the Lord, but the Lord was not in the wind. After the wind there was and earthquake, but the Lord was not in the earthquake. After … Continue reading

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They Died Praying

On Thursday, 2nd April 2015, only a few days short of Easter, a group of Islamist terrorists from Somalia, with Kenyan connections, slaughtered 150 unsuspecting students. It seemed at first that the students at the Garissa University in Garissa, Kenya … Continue reading

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Defeating the Evil of Human Trafficking

Marko Stupar is a member of the leadership teams of EUS, Serbia (IFES Serbia) and the Renewing Our Minds Initiative in Southeast Europe. He is also a vocal activist against human trafficking in Serbia and the Balkans (Southeast Europe). In … Continue reading

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Dying They Prayed “Ya Rabbi Yasua”

You saw the picture. Maybe you watched the video too. Or maybe you avoided paying attention because the sight was too violent? Here is the picture. A group of Coptic Christians from Egypt, dressed in the orange prisoner costumes are … Continue reading

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Are we Honest?

It was a moving thing to see so many international political dignitaries joining the two million strong crowd that gathered in Paris, France last Saturday to demonstrate their support for free speech, and their strong condemnation of terrorism. If I … Continue reading

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God Has Nothing To Do With It

Whether one approves of the publishing philosophy of Charile Hedbo, a French satirical magazine or not, no person of sound mind could ever justify the act of brazen terrorism that took place in Paris, France on Wednesday, January 7. The … Continue reading

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Will Feeding the Homeless Become a Crime?

The 90-year-old Arnold Abbott keeps on defying the law that restricts people of Fort Lauderdale, Florida from feeding their homeless neighbors. On October 22 the city passed a regulation that criminalized feeding the homeless at certain public locations. Should the … Continue reading

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Letter to My American Friends Written in 2001

The very character of Jesus speaks powerfully against any jihad or holy war, including those with the Christian overtones. Continue reading

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Killing Them Softly

I am not trying to undermine the seriousness of the crime committed by Clayton Lockett, who died in Oklahoma yesterday of a heart attack after his execution was ‘botched’. His execution reminds me of the execution of Angel Nieves Diaz … Continue reading

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