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November 30, 2015
[The] man of sin [shall] be revealed, the son of perdition, who opposeth and exalteth himself above all that is called God, or that is worshipped, so that he as God sitteth in the temple of God, shewing himself that he is God. (2 Thessalonians 2:3-4 KJV)
Jesus saith, "I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me." (John 14:6 KJV)
For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved. (Romans 10:13 KJV)
"The only way you can destroy the caliphate is with a ground component," said Graham who is seeking his party's presidential nomination. "The aerial campaign is not turning the tide of battle."McCain, chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, recently proposed intervention in Syria by a European and Arab ground force backed by 10,000 U.S. military advisers and trainers.
“I had an opportunity to talk to many of the Syrian refugees and ask them, ‘What is your supreme desire?’ And it was pretty uniform: They want to go back home,” Carson said on ABC’s “This Week” Sunday. “I was a little bit surprised with the answer, because it wasn’t what we’re hearing a lot. We’re hearing that they all want to come here to the United States. And that’s not what they want. They want to go back home.”
“Their true desire is to be resettled in Syria,” Carson said on CNN’s “State of the Union.”
“But you know, they are satisfied to be in the refugee camps if the refugee camps are adequately funded. Recognize that in these camps, they have schools. They have recreational facilities that are really quite nice. And they are putting in all kinds of things that make life more tolerable.”
“There’s so many people who think that the ideal for everybody is to come to America,” he continued. “But that is not the ideal for everybody. And we need to be looking at mechanisms that already exist.”
“It seems like everybody in the international community is spending more time saying, ‘How can we bring refugees here?’ rather than, ‘How can we support a facility that is already in place that the refugees are finding perfectly fine when it’s adequately funded?’” Carson said on CBS’ “Face The Nation.”
“If you do that, you solve that problem without exposing the American people to a population that could be infiltrated with terrorists who want to destroy us,” he said on ABC. “If you can eliminate the possibility of terrorists infiltrating them and wanting to destroy us, you have a different argument. But I don’t see that being eliminated.”
“I don’t know whether there were or not,” he replied. “But I do know that the ISIS terrorists have said that if we bring refugees, that they would infiltrate them. And why wouldn’t they?”
“If there is a rabid dog running around your neighborhood, you’re probably not going to assume something good about that dog, and you’re probably gonna put your children out of the way,” Carson said. “Doesn’t mean that you hate all dogs by any stretch of the imagination.”
“The Syrians and the people here completely understood what I was saying,” Carson said on NBC’s “Meet The Press” Sunday.“ “It’s only the news media in our country that thinks that you’re calling Syrians dogs. They understand here that we’re talking about the jihadists, the Islamic terrorists. And it’s very obvious to most of them. The reception is quite warm. So maybe they can teach us a little bit about how to interpret language.”
We have to state with full regret that vile groups such as DAESH are the spawn of such ill-fated pairings w/ imported cultures. #CommonWorry— Khamenei.ir (@khamenei_ir) November 29, 2015
No doubt, 1.5 billion Muslims also abhor the perpetrators and those responsible for these calamities. #Letter4U #ParisAttack— Khamenei.ir (@khamenei_ir) November 29, 2015
"In their name, we call for a drastic reduction of carbon emissions and for the rich countries to help the poorer ones facing climatic changes," said Brazilian cardinal Claudio Hummes.
"The time has come. Let us pray and act for climate justice," he said to huge applause from the crowd.
"Those who went to fight in Syria are disobedient," said a senior Shia cleric who runs the office of one of the top four Marjiya in Najaf."Shia crescent"
"The tension between the two Marjiiya already existed a long time ago, but now it has an impact on the Iraqi position towards the Syria crisis," a senior Shia cleric with links to Marjiiya in Najaf said on condition of anonymity.The Shia-led government in Baghdad says it takes no sides in the civil war, but the flow of Iraqi militiamen across the border into Syria has compromised that official position.
"If both Marjiiya had a unified position (toward Syria), we would witness a position of (Iraqi) government support for the Syrian regime".
"I am following my Marjiiya. My spiritual leader has said fighting in Syria is a legitimate duty. I do not pay attention to what others say," said Ali, a former Mehdi army militant who was packing his bag to travel from Iraq to Syria.A high-ranking Shia cleric who runs the office of one of the four top Marjiiya in Najaf said the protection of Shia shrines in Syria was used as a pretext by Iran to galvanise Shias into action.
"No one has the right to stop me. I am defending my religion, my Imam's daughter Sayyida Zeinab's shrine."
"We have a big project in Iraq aimed at spreading the principles of Velayet e-Faqih and the young are our target," a high-ranking Shia leader who works under Khamenei's auspices said on condition of anonymity.
"We are not looking to establish an Islamic State in Iraq, but at least we want to create revolutionary entities that would be ready to fight to save the Shia project".
"I am here today because of a politically-motivated trial, which is devoid of justice and law and which is conducted with falsified and fabricated documents," he said.The charges against Sik appeared absurd from the start. He had dedicated much of his professional life to investigating the very structures Ergenekon represented, along with their various human rights abuses. According to those that support the government line, Ergenekon represents the military "deep state," which has served as the self-appointed guardian of Turkey’s secular identity since the republic’s founding. Democratically-elected governments that met with the military’s disapproval were ousted from power in 1960, 1971, 1980, and 1997.
"What Nedim [Sener, another journalist on trial] and I experienced was meant to intimidate other people from the media who were opposed to the Cemaat," he wrote.While Sik supported previous investigations into the Turkish military’s covert influence over the country’s civilian leadership, he said the Ergenekon trial — which has seen the government push back against the armed services — has become an "illusion" and an excuse for mass arrests.
"The Ergenekon investigations are the most important part of allowing the Cemaat to take power in the country," he wrote. "I must say that the deep state is still intact. Just the owner has changed. What I mean by this ownership … is composed of the coalition of AKP and the Cemaat."If the government’s goal in arresting Sik was to squelch his research, it failed miserably. While Sik’s book was initially banned, it was posted online soon after his arrest, most likely by friends who had copies of the unfinished manuscript. Later, it was published by a group of journalists and intellectuals under the title 000 Book — the file name of one of the saved manuscripts of the book that police found on Sik’s home computer. It currently has prominent placement in several bookstores along Istanbul’s central Istiklal shopping street and at the city’s airport.
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