***In US News***
On Immigration -And Hazelton PA – Tucker Carlson Tonight – Demographic
Changes In America – On YouTube
Florida Man Allegedly Shouts ‘Allah Akbar,’ Shoots Wife, Knifes Children, Sets House On Fire > On Alex Jones’ Infowars
Holy Cross Retires ‘Knight’ Mascot Due to Concerns Over Links to Christian Violence in the Crusades | Breitbart
Teen convert to Islam murders friend at sleepover for offending Muslim faith | News | LifeSite
***Journals Analysis Of The Crisis***
Whose Side Are They On? – By William Kilpatrick On Crisis Magazine
As I’ve often observed, if Islam ever succeeds in subjugating America it won’t be primarily through force of arms, but through cultural jihad (aka stealth jihad).
Death of Democracy? – Part I – By Denis MacEoin -On The Gladstone Institute- International Policy Council
Watch – Robert Spencer Video: Why Muslim Persecution of Christians Has Escalated – Robert Spencer on Vimeo (After The Video Was Removed From You Tube)
Watch The Glazov Gang News Special : Terror of Islamic Hell. – On YouTube
Facebook: Championing Blasphemy Laws – Gatestone Institute International Policy Council
***Turkish March Towards A Sharia Law And A Ruler Over A Regional State Of Islam ***
Turkey’s President Erdogan Threatens to Expand Military Offensive Beyond Kurdish Town of Afrin > On Alex Jones’ Infowars
Muslim tourist from Turkey stabs Israeli security guard at Lion’s Gate in Jerusalem
ISIS Infiltrating Europe with Middle Eastern Refugees – On CMTV
Horst Seehofer: Islam does not belong to Germany, says new minister – BBC News
Watch Gloria TV Video
Lord Pearson is a life peer who has stood up many times in the House of Lords to question the government on its policies and attitudes towards Islam.
Lord Pearson in Parliament “Can we talk about Islam?” – On gloria.tv
British Woman Who Fought Against Islamic State in Syria ‘Killed by Turkish Air Strike’ | On Breitbart
Breaking – France – Islamists Invade and Desecrate Basilica of Saint-Denis – On EP
Islamic Inspired Legislation In The French Socialist Republic
France to lower legal age of sexual consent age to 15 years old – BBC News
Le Pen: ‘All I Want Is The Survival Of My Country | The Daily Caller
France Is Allowing Itself To Be Taken Over By Islamic Terrorism – On gloria.tv
Islam – This One Video Debunks PM’s Claim There Are Zero ‘No-Go Zones’ in Sweden » Alex Jones’ Infowars
Sweden: Mosque that applied to broadcast call to prayer has asked Allah to “destroy the Jews” – On Robert Spencer Site
***Dubai And Saudi Arabia News***
Dubai ‘princess’ disappears after posting chilling ‘last’ video | New York Post
Trump tells Saudi crown prince US has ‘zero tolerance’ for terrorist funding
Saudi Arabia: Critics slam human trafficking of Moroccan ′maids for sale′ | Middle East| News and analysis of events in the Arab world | DW | 28.02.2018
How Kushner forged a bond with the Saudi crown prince – San Antonio
Pope meets Middle East Muslim official, denies Islam-terror link
OIC head thanks Francis for stance on Palestine, Rohingya !
***From Recent Archives***
Roman Catholic Syncretism Attempts Of Catholics With Muslims In Asia In 2017
The Commission for Dialogue and Ecumenism organized a workshop, attended by Catholics, Hindus and Muslims. “Politicians often work only for their own benefit.” “Christians must create more interfaith seminars to reduce religious fanaticism in Bangladesh”
Khulna, Islamic leader promises protection to Christians and Hindus
KILLING STATUES: Christophobic Mobocracy in America – The Remnant Underground TV – Via YouTube
Mali Church leader voices alarm as Islamists attack parishes | CatholicHerald.co.uk
Pew Research Center study from 2017 projects Muslim population in America will double by 2050
Islam on Track to Overtake Christianity as World’s No. 1 Religion | LifeZette
Jesuit Islamic Scholar: Islam Not a Religion of Peace
Facebook and Twitter censor Jihad Watch, block thousands from reading it
Bishop Vorderholzer Says, “Islam is Not Compatible With the West” On EP
The USCCB continues to pretend that it is not all about preventing a cultural islamicization of the west
Response from U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops on Care for Migrants and Refugees
The Failure of Blessed Urban II’s Italian Launching of the Crusades – On Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites
Monument of Bl. Pope Urban II at Châtillon-sur-Marne, France. Photo by Nelson Minar
From the letter to the Hebrews 6:9-20 The fidelity of God is our hope
Beloved, even though we speak in this way, we are persuaded of better things in your regard, things pointing to your salvation. God is not unjust; he will not forget your work and the love you have shown him by your service, past and present, to his holy people. Our desire is that each of you show the same zeal to the end, fully assured of that for which you hope. Do not grow lazy, but imitate those who, through faith and patience, are inheriting the promises. When God made his promise to Abraham, he swore by himself, having no one greater to swear by, and said, “I will indeed bless you, and multiply you.” And so, after patient waiting, Abraham obtained what God had promised.
Men swear by someone greater than themselves; an oath gives firmness to a promise and puts an end to all argument. God, wishing to give the heirs of his promise even clearer evidence that his purpose would not change, guaranteed it by oath, so that, by two things that are unchangeable, in which he could not lie, we who have taken refuge in him might be strongly encouraged to seize the hope which is placed before us. Like a sure and firm anchor, that hope extends beyond the veil through which Jesus, our forerunner, has entered on our behalf, being made high priest forever according to the order of Melchizedek.
From a commentary on the psalms by Saint Augustine, bishop Jesus Christ prays for us and in us and is the object of our prayers
God could give no greater gift to men than to make his Word, through whom he created all things, their head and to join them to him as his members, so that the Word might be both Son of God and son of man, one God with the Father, and one man with all men. The result is that when we speak with God in prayer we do not separate the Son from him, and when the body of the Son prays it does not separate its head from itself: it is the one Savior of his body, our Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of God, who prays for us and in us and is himself the object of our prayers.
He prays for us as our priest, he prays in us as our head, he is the object of our prayers as our God.
Let us then recognize both our voice in his, and his voice in ours. When something is said, especially in prophecy, about the Lord Jesus Christ that seems to belong to a condition of lowliness unworthy of God, we must not hesitate to ascribe this condition to one who did not hesitate to unite himself with us. Every creature is his servant, for it was through him that every creature came to be.
We contemplate his glory and divinity when we listen to these words: In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was in the beginning with God. All things were made through him, and without him nothing was made. Here we gaze on the divinity of the Son of God, something supremely great and surpassing all the greatness of his creatures. Yet in other parts of Scripture we hear him as one sighing, praying, giving praise and thanks.
We hesitate to attribute these words to him because our minds are slow to come down to his humble level when we have just been contemplating him in his divinity. It is as though we were doing him an injustice in acknowledging in a man the words of one with whom we spoke when we prayed to God; we are usually at a loss and try to change the meaning. Yet our minds find nothing in Scripture that does not go back to him, nothing that will allow us to stray from him.
Our thoughts must then be awakened to keep their vigil of faith. We must realize that the one whom we were contemplating a short time before in his nature as God took to himself the nature of a servant; he was made in the likeness of men and found to be a man like others; he humbled himself by being obedient even to accepting death; as he hung on the cross he made the psalmist’s words his own: My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?
We pray to him as God, he prays for us as a servant. In the first case he is the Creator, in the second a creature. Himself unchanged, he took to himself our created nature in order to change it, and made us one man with himself, head and body. We pray then to him, through him, in him, and we speak along with him and he along with us.