Month: October 2011

Dangers of Halloween

Halloween exposes people to ‘sadism, sexual violence, torture’   Source/Credit: : Wednesday, October 26, 2011 , by B.Borg You may think it’s simply a spot of trick-or-treating but according to the Church’s Theological Commission, Halloween “runs contrary to the central belief of Christian eschatology”. As a Church, we are warning parents of Halloween’s […]

Israel and Palestine – Exchange of prisoners

Is one Israeli worth 1,000 Palestinians? Source/Credit:  / Wednesday, October 26, 2011 , by Abraham-B.Yehoshua The celebrations in Israel over the release of the kidnapped soldier Gilad Shalit come after the Israeli government concluded that diplomatic rarity, an agreement with Hamas. It is as if the government had brought back an Israeli […]

What’s a flat tax?

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Step aside 9-9-9. A new flat tax proposal is coming to town. On Tuesday, Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry will propose an economic growth package that includes a flat tax. “It starts with scrapping the three million words of the current tax code, and starting over […]

UNESCO to recognize Palestine

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization set to vote on Palestinian membership in organization as part of general conference in Paris Ronen Medzini The Palestinian bid for statehood may have been postponed to November but the coming days may see progress for the PA’s campaign. The United Nations Educational, […]

Apostasy and UN Declaration of Human Rights

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is a document to help and support mankind. And all those countries who have signed this declaration are duty-bound, morally and legally, to abide to all articles, clauses and regulations stipulated in this declaration. The very first article of this declaration speaks that ‘all […]

New government sworn in – Jordan

AMMAN (JT) – Prime Minister Awn Khasawneh and his Cabinet were sworn in on Monday before His Majesty King Abdullah, becoming the 94th government since 1921 and the ninth since the King ascended the Throne in 1999. The Cabinet held its first meeting later yesterday, chaired by the prime minister, […]