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IHRD

January 27th is International Holocaust Remembrance Day. The UN chose this date because January 27th, 1945 is the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp.

Unfortunately, in the 69 years since, hatred against Christians and Jews has become fashionable again. In predominantly Christian countries Christians are now being branded intolerant, narrow-minded, radical, and dangerous, labels far more appropriate for their accusers. Many challenge Israel’s right to defend itself from nuclear annihilation and act as if they should just sit there patiently waiting for whatever genocidal radicals want to launch at them. Atrocities against Jews and Christians can be waved off while crimes against other groups make international headlines. The true scope of what is happening has been cruelly narrowed by the mainstream media. (more…)

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Gobble Tov

From Zazzle.com

If you haven’t already heard, there’s a new holiday in town this year– so feel free to wish someone a Happy Thanksgivukkah. Thanksgiving and the first day of Hanukkah are happening simultaneously this year.

According to Mike Evans of the Jerusalem Prayer Team, this hasn’t happened since the nineteenth century and won’t happen again for about 77,000 years. So don’t waste this golden opportunity to celebrate the Jewish festival of lights and indulge in a feast of thankfulness (while remembering those who don’t have enough to eat). (more…)

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Stand with Israel

Because I believe in freedom

Because I believe in democratic republics

Because I believe in the rights of women and children

Because I don’t believe in supporting terrorism, madmen, hatred, bigotry, dictators, bullies, or anyone calling for an entire race of people to be wiped from the face of the earth (more…)

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