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Non-Hindu Religious Activity Banned in Some Indian Villages

NEW DELHI (Morning Star News) – Church leaders in India have asked national and Chhattisgarh state officials to reverse a ban on non-Hindu religious activity that more than 50 villages have reportedly adopted. The head of the Religious Liberty Commission of the Evangelical Fellowship of India (EFI) wrote to Union and Chhattisgarh officials on July 10 […]

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‘Bloods’ Gang Threatens to Kill New Jersey Police Until National Guard Called

The Bloods have vowed to kill more Jersey City cops to avenge the thug the police shot dead this week after he executed a rookie officer, The New York Post has learned. The violent street gang has threatened to “kill a Jersey City cop and not stop until the National Guard is called out,” a […]

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Governor Signs Bill to Help Save Unborn Babies Diagnosed with Down Syndrome

HARRISBURG – The governor of Pennsylvania has signed a bill into law that aims to help save the lives of Down Syndrome babies who would otherwise be aborted. The Down Syndrome Prenatal Education Act, otherwise known as “Chloe’s Law,” was drafted through the efforts of the Kondrich family of St. Clair, Pennsylvania. In 2003, Kurt and […]

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IRS Settles with Atheists, Agrees to Crack Down on Churches for ‘Electioneering’

WASHINGTON – The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has reached a settlement with a prominent atheist organization, agreeing to crack down churches and religious groups for infringements of its prohibition against  ‘electioneering.’ As previously reported, the Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF), headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin, sued the IRS in 2012, asserting that many non-profit religious organizations have […]

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Georgia County Revises Zoning Ban on Small Churches Following Lawsuit

ATLANTA – Officials with a county in Georgia have revised a zoning ordinance that banned small churches in response to a lawsuit filed by a prominent Christian organization. “A place of worship shall be located on a minimum of three acres dedicated solely for the place of worship or on its own recorded lot of […]

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Obama Refuses to Add Religious Exemption to Homosexual Employment Mandate

WASHINGTON – Barack Obama has refused to include a religious exemption in an executive order that he plans to sign today, which mandates that federal contractors hire homosexual and transgender persons. According to White House representatives, Obama will sign the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) on Monday without any provisions for religious entities. The order prohibits federal contractors […]

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‘Send an Ambulance’: Father Beats Homosexual Man Caught Raping 11-Year-Old

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The father of an 11-year-old boy recently beat a homosexual man senseless before calling police when he allegedly found the man in the act of sexually molesting his son. The father, who has not been named, arrived home to find that his son’s 18-year-old babysitter, Raymond Frolander, was in bed with […]

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Divided Court Declares Oklahoma Same-Sex ‘Marriage’ Ban Unconstitutional

DENVER – An appeals court in Colorado has upheld a lower court opinion that declared Oklahoma’s same-sex ‘marriage’ ban unconstitutional, but not without dissent from one of the judges on the panel, who asserts that the court has no right right to redefine marriage. As previously reported, in January, a federal judge appointed by then-President Bill […]

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Police Watch Idly as Business Owner Steals Pro-Life Signs from Public Sidewalk

JACKSON, Miss. – Police in Mississippi watched idly this week as a business owner stole pro-life signs that were displayed on the public sidewalk during an awareness outreach, according to video footage from a Christian ministry. The Ohio-based group Created Equal, which travels the country to educate citizens on the reality of abortion, visited Jackson, […]

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California County Commends Christian Pregnancy Center Despite ACLU Threats

SAN ANDREAS, Calif. – A county board of supervisors in California has voted to uphold a resolution commending a local Christian pregnancy center despite threats from a prominent church-state separation group to file a lawsuit over the matter. The Calaveras County Board of Supervisors originally approved the measure applauding the ministry Doors of Hope in […]

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