The whole truth about Vatopedi

An issue of national importance which has been capturing the attention of the whole country for decades as well as the various Greek ministries and the Greek national security authorities, has become a matter of internal political squabbling, of investigative committees and of unrestrained chit-chat because of ‘additional external factors’. The consequences of such furor will possibly be felt by the entire nation for years to come. read more… Διαβάστε τη συνέχεια του άρθρου »

Afghanistan: Training Ground for War on Russia – NATO Trains Finland, Sweden For Conflict With Russia

By Rick Rozoff

A Swedish newspaper reported on July 24 that approximately 50 troops from the country serving under NATO in the so-called International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) had engaged in a fierce firefight in Northern Afghanistan and had killed three and wounded two attackers.

The report detailed that the Swedish troops were traveling in armored vehicles and «later received reinforcements from several soldiers in a Combat Vehicle 90.» [1]

The world has become so inured to war around the world and seemingly without end that Swedish soldiers engaging in deadly combat as part of a belligerent force for the first time since the early 1800s – and that in another continent thousands of kilometers from their homeland – has passed virtually without notice. Διαβάστε τη συνέχεια του άρθρου »

The Other War (The ongoing war against the Christian Church)

New York, NY

6/18/2009

The Orthodox Christian Advocacy Institute (OCAI) researches, investigates, and reports incidents involving the persecution of the Orthodox Christian Church. They focus on contemporary events in locations throughout the world, wherever persecution of the Orthodox Church exists and present this information to the Christian community, human rights groups, and governmental organizations.

An article compiled by the OCAI addressing the persecution of Orthodox Christians can be read below.

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The Other War

By D. Hunter Haynes

The ongoing war against the Christian Church is gaining momentum throughout the world. According to the International Bulletin of Missionary Research, 176,000 Christians will suffer martyrdom this year–an average of 480 per day, and the number is expected to climb to 210,000 by 2025. These figures do not include the living, who have been arrested, tortured, or otherwise persecuted for their Faith. Διαβάστε τη συνέχεια του άρθρου »