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May 29, 2014
Daniel 11:41 – He shall enter also into the glorious land, and many countries shall be overthrown:
Zechariah 13:8 – And it shall come to pass, that in all the land, saith the Lord, two parts therein shall be cut off and die; but the third shall be left therein.
Revelation 17:16-18 – And the ten horns which thou sawest upon the beast, these shall hate the whore, and shall make her desolate and naked, and shall eat her flesh, and burn her with fire. [17] For God hath put in their hearts to fulfil his will, and to agree, and give their kingdom unto the beast, until the words of God shall be fulfilled. [18] And the woman which thou sawest is that great city, which reigneth over the kings of the earth.
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Muslim militants storm church, kill 30 in Central African Republic
By Rob Holmes
Posted May 29, 2014, 10:28 a.m.
Another priest at the scene, Rev. Paul Emile Nzale, confirmed about 30 people were killed in the attack.
An AP reporter counted at least 20 bodies at one city hospital, where they were taken because the morgue was closed. A second hospital confirmed another three bodies.
The church attack is blamed on Muslim fighters whose Seleka coalition was ousted from political power about five months ago. The brutal Muslim rebel regime seized power by force in March 2013.
Such Boko Haram-style violence—storming a house of worship—has been rare in CAR. Catholic churches have made themselves sanctuaries for Christian and Muslim civilians since the latest period of bloodshed erupted in December.
The media have characterized the CAR crisis as ethnic cleansing—a battle fueled by mutually harbored religious animosity. Local church leaders say it is a political armed hijacking of religious sentiments. Now a refugee in Chad, Mahamat Khalil, 25, shares the view taken by many Muslims who have left CAR this year: The conflict flared because Christians were jealous since “90 percent of the economy is run by Muslims,” he said. But that simplistic explanation ignores the context of Islamic violence before, during, and after the Seleka regime. Certainly fear and anger escalated over Seleka tactics: In most Seleka rampages—still occurring—Muslim civilians have been spared as rebels raped and killed Christians and looted their homes.
Khalil, a Chadian and son of a former transporter in Bangui, saw a turning point for Muslims in December: Operation Sangaris soldiers from France and UN-backed, African-led peacekeepers arrived to help stem violence, and the city’s Muslim minority began leaving.
Khalil made it to Chad in January, just after the Seleka were forced from power and Christian militiamen began retaliating in tit-for-tat violence in Bangui. Following this week’s church attack, Christian fighters began putting up blockades on roads around Bangui to prevent the perpetrators from escaping.
Interim President Catherine Samba Panza’s transitional government has been tasked with organizing elections by February 2015. But a viable voting process could prove impossible because of the ongoing violence, and because Seleka rebels destroyed scores of voting lists as they ransacked town after town across the country.
The CAR crisis has displaced nearly 1 million people. Up to 100,000 have sheltered on the grounds of the Bangui airport over the past six months, guarded by French and other European peacekeepers. Since May 11, CAR’s northern border with Chad has been closed to non-Chadians by Chadian presidential order. But the UN estimates nearly 100,000 refugees already live in camps in southern Chad, along with thousands more Chadian returnees airlifted since December to the Chadian capital, N’djamena.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Begin Excerpt 2 from YNet News
May 27, 2014
Rabbis: Europe must take tougher stance against anti-Semitism
General director of European Jewish Association says condemnations against attack at Jewish museum in Brussels are ‘nothing but a way to cleanse one’s conscience.’
Kobi Nachshoni
The chief rabbi of Brussels, Albert Gigi, says local police estimates that Saturday’s attack at the Belgian capital’s Jewish museum could have been criminally motivated were not genuine and were only aimed at calming things down on the eve of the Belgian and European Parliament elections.
Four people were killed in the shooting at the museum’s lobby, including a couple from Tel Aviv: Emanuel and Miriam Riva. A third casualty was a French volunteer at the museum, a woman in her 60s. Belgium’s Interior Minister Joelle Milquet said following the shooting, “It’s still too early to confirm whether it’s a terrorist or an anti-Semitic attack. All lines of investigation are still open.”
“I find it hard to believe that the murder was not an anti-Semitic attack,” said Rabbi Gigi, who also serves as the representative of the Conference of European Rabbis in the European Union institutions in Brussels.
“We are waiting for an official statement from the authorities on what happened there, and whether they have laid their hands on the despicable murderers.”
Rabbi Gigi added, “We are entering a tough period in Europe in general and in Brussels in particular, and we expect the authorities to address anti-Semitic phenomena, even if they are expressed in words, like a terror attack on Jews. There is no room for tolerance and mercy.”
‘Predictable attack’
Rabbi Menachem Margolin, the Brussels-based general director of the European Jewish Association (EJA), said the attack was predictable and that the condemnations were “nothing but a way to cleanse one’s conscience,” as anti-Semitism was raising its head in almost all of Belgium and throughout the EU member states.
“We in the midst of elections for the EU Parliament, and the overwhelming predictions as to the rise of fascist and anti-Semitic forces are staggering,” Rabbi Margolin said Sunday. “It seems that Europe has not yet realized that democracies have to fend against this surge, with much more resolve.
“Those that do not bother to eradicate these anti-Semitic lesions within themselves, those that exercise understanding and forgiveness to such terror attacks because of narrow political interests, will end up being victimized by the same nationalist anti-Semites,” he added.
The EJA general director recently called on all EU member states to establish a pan-European taskforce in order to annihilate anti-Semitism, saying it should act decisively both in the security and enforcement level as well as in education.
The Conference of European Rabbis called the attack “a terrorist act for the purpose of intimidation in the capital of Europe on the day of the election of the European government, and the murderers’ message is clear: There is no room for Jews in Europe.”
The organization said in a statement that the rise in the power of anti-Semitic parties and the tolerance towards any type of anti-Semitism – whether it is expressed in anti-Israel sentiments or in restrictions on the Jewish religion – must stop.
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