Vanità di vanità

 

No prison, but a bigger fine, for Algerian Christian

Under 2006 law, talking about the gospel with Muslims is illegal
February 18 (World Watch Monitor) — A court in Algeria has thrown out a prison sentence, but has increased a fine, on a man convicted of trying to convert a Muslim to Christianity.

Ibouène Mohamed was sentenced in July 2012 to one year in prison and a fine of 50,000 Algerian dinars after he was accused by a co-worker of attempting to convert him to Christianity, a charge that Mohamed denied.

The verdict and penalty were affirmed by an appeals court on Jan. 23. On Wednesday, the prison sentence was overturned by a further appeals court in Béchar in northwest Algeria, but the fine was doubled to 100,000 dinars, or about US $1,300.

“We are profoundly upset by the verdict,’’ Mustapha Krim, president of the Protestant Church of Algeria, told World Watch Monitor. ‘‘It is absolutely unfair to condemn a young man to a prison sentence just because he had a talk with his co-worker.’’

Originally from the more Christian northern region of Algeria, Mohamed is employed in a multinational company in the western city of Tindouf.

Algeria passed a law in 2006 regulating the public expression of religions other than Islam. It permits courts to sentence Christians to a maximum five years in prison for preaching the gospel to a Muslim.

Since the law was adopted, several Christians have been sentenced to suspended prison terms and fined.

In 2008, Christian teacher Habiba Kouider was charged under the 2006 law for illegal possession of bibles. Her trial drew widespread media attention and rebukes from the European Parliament and human-rights watchdogs such as Amnesty International. The case is still pending.

In May 2011, the governor of the north-east province of Béjaïa invoked the 2006 law to order the closure of seven protestant churches accused of operating ‘’illegally.”

‘‘This law is unacceptable and must be removed,’’ Krim said.

Algeria is ranked No. 29 in the 2013 World Watch List of the 50 countries where it is most difficult to be a Christian. The list pressure on Christians is increasing, due primarly to Islamization of the region in the wake of the two-year-old Arab Spring.

The World Watch List is published annually by Open Doors International, a worldwide ministry to persecuted Christians.


Vanità di vanità[ Vanità di vanità ] [DESTROY INTO HELL: REBELS TO BURN] I am the death: and: harbor crown, Son I am of all of you(SINNERS) lady and mistress ... and so are cruel, they are so strong, and lasts,  do not stop, your walls: gainst ME. I am the death, and port crown, I do not: all of you: lady and mistress.. I am your despair ...  and, in front of my scythe, you will have to bow the head,  and of 'dark death up to go. You're the guest of honor of the dance, which, we demons play for you, laying the scythe, and dance round and round:
the course of a dance, and then another, again again ..
an time you were lady, but, now, you're no longer an lady. lol. You're a sewer..  but, poor Lazarus, now, he is in paradise






























 [[ 666 ROTHSCHILD IMF SAID ME: "THEY DO NOT DESERVE THE FREEDOM, learn again to make the slaves!" I said to him, "ok! you can kill them all" ]] Attack on Indian revival meeting sends Christians underground. Feb 21 2013. Hindutva elements beat women and children; pastor’s location unknown. As police looked on, militants attacked a Christian church in central India earlier this month, causing severe injuries to some and sending the pastor into hiding, according to witnesses. The assault took place during the second day of a Feb. 7-9 revival meeting at India Christian Assembly of God Church in the city of Rajnandgaon, about 72 kilometers west of Raipur, the capital of the mostly rural, and overwhelmingly Hindu, state of Chhattisgarh. The revival meeting included a graduation ceremony of 14 students who attended a short  bible-training program.

[[ 666 ROTHSCHILD IMF SAID ME: "THEY DO NOT DESERVE THE FREEDOM, learn again to make the slaves!" I said to him, "ok! you can kill them all" ]] Around 300 Christians had gathered to witness the ceremony and attend the revival meeting, coming from the neighboring states of Maharashtra, West Bengal, Orissa, and Madhya Pradesh. “Everything went well on the first day of the meeting until the afternoon of the second day,” a witness told World Watch Monitor. The witness asked not to be named in order to avoid retribution from the attackers. At about 3 p.m., a group of more than 30 young men disrupted the meeting and started to interrogate the pastor, Thomas Abraham, and other church leaders, who protested the interruption. The witness said the intruders were from several Hindu nationalist groups, including Bajrang Dal, Shiv Sena, and Dharma Sena.

[[ 666 ROTHSCHILD IMF SAID ME: "THEY DO NOT DESERVE THE FREEDOM, learn again to make the slaves!" I said to him, "ok! you can kill them all" ]] “They started to manhandle and beat people, tear Bibles, abused the God of Christians and strode over children,” the witness said. More attackers joined in, their faces covered, and armed with sticks and iron rods. Men, women and children were beaten. Church property and vehicles were damaged. “There was chaos and Christians started to flee for their lives in whichever direction they could,” the witness said. Police were summoned, but they did not intervene and “played the role of mere spectators,” the witness told World Watch Monitor.

[[ 666 ROTHSCHILD IMF SAID ME: "THEY DO NOT DESERVE THE FREEDOM, learn again to make the slaves!" I said to him, "ok! you can kill them all" ]] Attacks continued until 6 p.m., the witness said. Some Christians, from Maharashtra and Orissa, suffered injuries behind the ear and to the eye from being struck with iron rods. They were admitted to a nearby hospital for treatment, though later they left the hospital without informing the authorities.
February 21 (World Watch Monitor

Attack on Indian revival meeting sends Christians underground

Hindutva elements beat women and children; pastor’s location unknown
 

As police looked on, militants attacked a Christian church in central India earlier this month, causing severe injuries to some and sending the pastor into hiding, according to witnesses.

The assault took place during the second day of a Feb. 7-9 revival meeting at India Christian Assembly of God Church in the city of Rajnandgaon, about 72 kilometers west of Raipur, the capital of the mostly rural, and overwhelmingly Hindu, state of Chhattisgarh.

The revival meeting included a graduation ceremony of 14 students who attended a short  bible-training program. Around 300 Christians had gathered to witness the ceremony and attend the revival meeting, coming from the neighboring states of Maharashtra, West Bengal, Orissa, and Madhya Pradesh.

“Everything went well on the first day of the meeting until the afternoon of the second day,” a witness told World Watch Monitor. The witness asked not to be named in order to avoid retribution from the attackers.

At about 3 p.m., a group of more than 30 young men disrupted the meeting and started to interrogate the pastor, Thomas Abraham, and other church leaders, who protested the interruption.

The witness said the intruders were from several Hindu nationalist groups, including Bajrang Dal, Shiv Sena, and Dharma Sena.

“They started to manhandle and beat people, tear Bibles, abused the God of Christians and strode over children,” the witness said. More attackers joined in, their faces covered, and armed with sticks and iron rods. Men, women and children were beaten. Church property and vehicles were damaged.

“There was chaos and Christians started to flee for their lives in whichever direction they could,” the witness said.

Police were summoned, but they did not intervene and “played the role of mere spectators,” the witness told World Watch Monitor.

Attacks continued until 6 p.m., the witness said. Some Christians, from Maharashtra and Orissa, suffered injuries behind the ear and to the eye from being struck with iron rods. They were admitted to a nearby hospital for treatment, though later they left the hospital without informing the authorities.