Tag: Druze

Mar 22

The wickedness of the United Kingdom

The UK Parliament

It is good Christians are gathering for prayer tomorrow in London. Brexit negotiations are at a crucial point. As always, it is the spiritual dimension of the EU which is vital to bear in mind. This link has all the short but (I hope) informative videos I made two years ago about the Tower of Babel, …

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Apr 07

Missile strike follows Idlib ‘gas attack’

US destroyers launch a missile strike

President Trump has launched a missile strike against Syrian airfields.  The pretext is the alleged release of chemical weapons in the town of Khan Sheikhun the rebel-held Syrian Idlib province on Tuesday. According to the BBC, the Pentagon said 59 Tomahawk missiles were fired from Navy destroyers USS Porter and USS Ross.  They say they targeted ‘aircraft, …

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Jan 05

Boris, Help Rebuild Syria!

‘O hush the noise, ye men of strife, And hear the angels sing’. (From the carol: ‘It came upon the Midnight Clear’) We thank God for the liberation of Aleppo last month by the Syrian Government, supported as they were by Russia and Iran (and opposed by Boris Johnson and the British Government), and for …

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Oct 06

Syria – Sense and Compassion

The Russian air strikes in Syria have set fur flying in Westminster.  But despite the strutting ministers, some people are speaking with sense and compassion, among them former Archbishop of Canterbury Dr George Carey and Crispin Blunt, a little-known MP who chairs one of the most influential select committees in the House of Commons. Firstly, …

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Sep 18

Assad essential to UK security

Professor Eugene Rogan

The head of Britain’s Security Service has said that the ‘situation in Syria’ affects the threat of terrorism in the UK. Speaking on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme on 17th September 2015, MI5 Director General Andrew Parker said terrorism is ‘a threat which is continuing to grow largely because of the situation in Syria and how that affects our …

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