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Islam’s genocide against Christians ensues. “The Crescent Must be Above the Cross”

Raymond Ibrahim, In September 2016, a group of escaped ISIS sex slaves finally revealed the true fate of Kayla Mueller  — the 26-year-old American aid worker in Syria whom ISIS had reported dead more than a year ago. Her former fellow captives said Mueller had “refused to deny Jesus Christ despite being repeatedly raped and

Investigators Urge Extending New Search for Missing Malaysian Flight #MH370

Investigators searching for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 have recommended extending the search by 25,000 sq km (9,650 sq miles), to an area further north in the Indian Ocean, after conceding for the first time they were probably looking in the wrong place. Flight MH370 disappeared in March 2014 with 239 passengers and crew on board,

Trump Is Bringing the 1990s Back to Markets

Donald Trump’s election as U.S. president is driving global markets to levels not seen in nearly two decades — but in completely different directions. And the “polarization’” of emerging and developed markets is all part of “Trump reflation,” argues Divya Devesh, a foreign-exchange strategist at Standard Chartered Plc in Singapore. In the post-Trump era, emerging

Islam’s ongoing hate for and war on the Christian Cross

Raymond Ibrahim, ‘Break the Cross!’ Muhammad Commands It. What more evidence is needed to prove that Islam is at war with Christianity than its well documented hatred for the quintessential symbol of Christianity: the Cross?   This recently occurred to me as I was surfing Arabic language videos and websites discussing Christianity—only to encounter one

Malaysia says debris found in Mauritius is from missing Flight MH370

Malaysia said on Friday that a piece of plane debris discovered in Mauritius was from missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, which disappeared in March 2014 with 239 passengers and crew on board. The Boeing 777 disappeared on its way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, sparking a two-year search has turned up few leads. Analysis by