If you had any idea the scope of the people who don’t want this information out it would blow your mind. We have shared this information before, however if you have family in a battleground …
WND, by Paul Bremmer, Sept. 10, 2016: This Sunday Americans mark the 15th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. It will be a day of solemn remembrance, as most Americans now living still remember that horrible day. But has the United States learned all the lessons it should have learned from the […]
WND, by Paul Bremmer, Sept. 10, 2016: This Sunday Americans mark the 15th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. It will be a day of solemn remembrance, as most Americans now l…
Cristiano Ronaldo is back, and Barcelona lost at home. In Italy, Juve look destined for another title.
All in for the Caliphate? CounterJihad, by Bruce Cornibe, Sept. 7, 2016: The Muslim Brotherhood and the Islamic State (ISIS) share things in common – one being the major driving force for their respective groups, which is Sharia law. Although they are rivals, it would make sense for the Brotherhood to be at least sympathetic to […]
Well said Jean Sasson. God bless you my sister:)
When I first arrived in Saudi Arabia on September 7, 1978, Saudi women were struggling to obtain the right to drive, as well as other freedoms. Seeing the enormous changes happening in that desert kingdom, I felt certain that a new day was coming, and that soon Saudi women would soon be allowed to drive, as well as gain many other freedoms taken for granted by women all over the world. (Saudi Arabia is the only country in the world that does not allow women behind the wheel of an automobile.) Although over the following 12 years when I lived in Riyadh, I lived to see many changes come to Saudi, those changes were not what I expected. Instead, the rules against women tightened. This happened in part due to political turmoil in Iran as well as an attack upon the Holy Mosque in Mecca. The Saudi rulers (led by King Khalid) were horrified to…
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This horrific story just wiped the smile right off my face. Until the entire world reacts against governments who have no respect for women, such attacks will go on and on and on. Her husband should have acid thrown on him to feel for himself how his wife suffered.
Former Pakistani dancing girl commits suicide 12 years after horrific acid attack which left her looking ‘not human’
- Fakhra Younus said ‘My face is a prison’ after attack which melted her nose
- She had undergone 39 separate surgeries to repair damage
- Leapt to her death from sixth floor Rome building earlier this month
- Her ex-husband was charged with attempted murder in 2002 but has since been acquitted
A Pakistani former dancing girl left fighting for life by a ‘horrific’ acid attack has committed suicide a decade after being heavily facially disfigured.
Fakhra Younus, 33, leapt to her death…
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