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Saturday, 21 September 2013

Palliwood in Syria. More lies, more lies.

The excellent blogger Cranmer has a long piece today on the lies of the Jihadists and the Catholic Nun who is exposing the truth.

Mother Agnes Mariam el-Salib is a Roman Catholic nun who has lived and worked in Syria for 20 years. She is Mother Superior of St James' Monastery in Qara, and has compiled a comprehensive, compelling and persuasive report (download HERE) into the photographs and videos coming out of Syria being used by President Obama, David Cameron and Fran├žois Hollande to justify punitive action against President Assad and his forces for the alleged use of chemical weapons. 

Quote and link from Cranmer. The report takes a little while to download but serious reporters need to read it. If you are having problems downloading the .pdf file in Adobe, I suggest opening it with Sumatra . I don't make any money on this, it just worked better for this file. Or you can view it below:

Try ignoring any warning by Microsoft and viewing the document full screen.


 These are real bodies that are being used to fake different scenes. The lack of respect suggests that these children are victims of the propagandists.

Barnabas Fund reports on the work it is doing in Maaloula here

A quote from Barnabas Fund:

Systematically terrorised
The stories they told about what has been happening to our Syrian brothers and sisters are in many cases too disturbing to share. Kidnapping, rape and murder have become the norm.
The Christians feel that they are being deliberately terrorised; that the horrific methods used to kill Christians are intended to frighten them into fleeing the country with their families, thus ridding Syria of Christians.
One Christian leader said:

This is a collective threat against the Christians through attacking their regions in Maaloula, Aleppo, Homs, anywhere, everywhere; an attempt to destroy the very first Christian memory, the oldest Christian heritage.
Yet while the rebels ruthlessly attack Christian buildings and communities, taking their possessions, dignity and even their very lives in some cases, they cannot destroy their faith, which church leaders report is stronger than ever before. I was told of how Christians are meeting daily to pray, clinging to the hope they have in the Lord, and that many people are attending church services and Bible studies in Aleppo, eager to hear the Word of God. 

Christian families collect their aid packages from Barnabas


  1. btw, I've just seen this, featuring Raymond Ibrahim talking about his new book, "Crucified Again," concerning Islamist persecution of Christians. Very apt in view of the horrible events of recent days, in Kenya and Pakistan.

  2. Another loosely related article:

  3. One more!